January is here and so is winter! Living in NE Indiana, we are no stranger to snow. Luckily the last few winters have been mild compared to my first one here. The twins had 27 snow days to make up! It was insane, to say the least, but it made me appreciate curling up with a warm latte and a good book.
January 1 | Bloodletter: The Hemato Pages by C. E. Lutze | Static Age Books | Horror | Last year, Brielyn led a normal life in Los Angeles as a tattoo artist. Now, thanks to her estranged father, she’s a vampire with a lust for blood.
January 1 | Taiping Tales of Terror by Julya Oui | Penguin Random House | Malaysian horror collection Thirteen boys retell tales of terror one night around the campfire. But as the session draws to a close, they realize they started out with only twelve.
January 1 | Scream to the Shadows by Tunku Halim | Penguin Random House | Malaysian horror collection | Unconfined to a single theme, this new collection of twenty short stories by Halim offers five distinct worlds - the paranormal mysteries from 'The occult words', with its dark settings reveal supernatural existences in the characteristic Halim style.
January 5 | The Thirteenth Koyote by Kristopher Triana | Death's Head Press | Splatter Western | Gunfights, ghouls, and graverobbing. #8 in Death's Head Press Splatter Western series.
*Mini-synopsis are taken from synopsis by publisher*