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Carrie Chi Lough

Carrie resides in Denver, Colorado with her other half and their puppy, Irwin. Her interests have led her through a series of peculiar jobs, ranging from tutoring students on probation to being an axe-throwing instructor. She is always searching for the best brunch restaurants and the darkest grimdark books.

REVIEW: Legacy of Ghosts by Alicia Wanstall-Burke

Lidan and Ranoth dramatically return in Legacy of Ghosts, the second installment of the Coraidic Sagas trilogy. Four years has passed since the events in Blood of Heirs with Lidan and Ran’s worst fears...

REVIEW: String Follow by Simon Jacobs

There is a quiet horror influencing the youth of Adena, Ohio. A mysterious force that doesn’t poison their young hearts but rather distorts their desires into something sinister. Simon Jacobs delivers an oddly curious...

REVIEW: Temple of the Hyena by Mark Brendan

Unclaimed treasures remain hidden deep within the desert of Egypt. Riches even tomb robbers dare not plunder due to its famed curse. It waits undisturbed until one band of desperate military men acquire its...

REVIEW: Papa Lucy and The Boneman by Jason Fischer

Papa Lucy and The Boneman by Jason Fischer is a novel built on grunge and violence. He depicts a multi-dimensional world equally nightmarish as it is wondrous. His characters wretched, but fanatical. If you...

REVIEW: Dead Silence by S. A. Barnes

It’s been twenty years since six hundred and fifty people vanished on the very first and only luxury space cruiser, the Aurora. In one of the biggest space disasters in human history, an enormous...

REVIEW: Unity by Elly Bangs

Imagine if humans could perfectly understand one another. What if science opened the possibility for us to transcend the need for language, creating true empathy? What implications would exist if technology could synthesize a...

REVIEW: This Thing Between Us by Gus Moreno

Not always does a book perfectly embody a fixed emotion, especially one as complicated as grief. Gus Moreno’s latest novel This Thing Between Us depicts loss with such rawness and genuinity, it emits off...

REVIEW: Supremacy’s Shadow by T.E Bakutis

T.E Bakutis delivers a violently graphic, snarky, and gloriously imaginative tale. Like throwing Locke Lamora into Cyberpunk 2077, Supremacy’s Shadow is grim snark mayhem. Hayden Cross has mourned his wife’s tragic death for the...

REVIEW: Dark Oak by Jacob Sannox

Slaying the Dark Lord did not bring peace. Without a common enemy to unite them, the sworn fealty among men fractures. Powerful beings, considered myths in living memory, have awoken. Dark Oak by Jacob...

REVIEW: The Offset by Calder Szewczak

In humanity’s desperate attempt to control overpopulation and stifle procreation, a drastic policy called The Offset is implemented. On this dying planet, having a child requires the greatest sacrifice and their child must live...