Release Date: Available Now Amor has a knack for writing relationship horror. It’s a signature style. I have only read this and Dear Laura, but her work is recognizable. For me, it’s like listening to a favorite musician play; even if they change genre or theme you can recognize their playing. Back to relationship horror:Continue reading “[Review] – Till the Score is Paid”
I recently finished reading “Queer Fear” by Michael Rowe, and it left me in my feelings quite a bit. This book was originally published in 2000: a mere 30 or so years after the stonewall riots, and 20ish from the start of the AIDS epidemic. Being gay 20 years ago was nothing like it was today, justContinue reading “[Pride In Horror Month] – “Queer Fear” Book Review”
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The Intro An introduction may hardly be necessary – considering the whirlwind of success Gemma Amor saw in 2019 – but an introduction will come, nevertheless. Last year, I discovered a large number of independent writers worthy of a bestseller’s list, Gemma Amor being one of my ultimate favorites. I read her first story collection,Continue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Gemma Amor . Part I”