Ladies of Horror Fiction announce 2020 award winners

The 2020 Ladies of Horror Fiction Awards were announced on July 27th, and Tender Is the Flesh by Argentine author Agustina Bazterrica won Best Novel. The highly acclaimed book had 1,412 ratings on Amazon as of July 27th averaging 4.4 stars (out of 5) and has received worldwide praise. Vogue called Tender Is the Flesh “horrific …

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One-Sentence Reviews: My 2nd Quarter 2021 Reads

(Editor’s Note: One of my favorite columns! I’m always amazed at how many reviews Mrs. Bettis packs in her One-Sentence Reviews feature.)

Priscilla Bettis

These are the books I read in April, May, and June along with a one-sentence review of each. (And what’s with today’s feature image?) Alpha by author or editor:

The Encampment by the Gorge & Blood Memory by Zachary Ashford is a Short Sharp Shocks book with two stories set in Australia that include folk horror, politics, crocodiles, and high stakes. KU.

Even if you don’t like apocalypse stories, Nightfall’s artsy cover by Daniele Serra is worth drooling over.

Nightfall by Daniel Barnett. Barnett manages to make lyrical prose sound masculine to suit the tough SOB protagonist in this apocalyptic novel, the first in a series. KU.

The Corn Witch by Christopher Beck. This novelette in the Short Sharp Shocks series (love this series) features a witch as scary as Bradbury’s dust witch even if the prose isn’t as polished as the master’s. KU.

The Sound of Brilliance ed by…

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