The Siren Call! Outrush by Errin Stevens – Book Review #51 + Giveaway

Her spirits lifted. She felt as if she'd been sitting in an overheated sauna for too long and someone had propped open a window to let in cool, outside air. The oppresiveness cooking her steamed away bit by bit. It was replaced by something tolerable, something like peace. For those who didn't know, Errin Stevens... Continue Reading →

A Raven’s Revenge by Linda Bloodworth – #IndieBlogHop

Synopsis ***WARNING: This book contains violence and sexual situations. Not recommended for those under 18. *** Hell hath no fury like an angel scorned. Justice St. Michaels is on a mission from God to avenge her parents' death, even if it means hunting Seliki to the depths of Hell. Justice and her powerful friends won't... Continue Reading →

Spiders, Snakes & Sorcery! Harry Potter & The Chamber Of Secrets Illustrated Edition (Paperback) by J K Rowling & illustrated by Jim Kay – Book Review #48

Many thanks to Jonathan Ball Publishers for sending me a review copy! * SPOILER ALERT * SPOILER ALERT * SPOILER ALERT * What can I possibly say about this wonderful phenomenon that is Harry Potter and the magical Wizarding World that hasn't already been said? The most amazing thing about rereading a book (or a... Continue Reading →

Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Hello there readers and film watchers! Meg here and I have returned with a little piece on horror films and specifically the classic Rosemary's Baby. Enjoy. FILM: Title: Rosemary's Baby Date released: 1968 Director: Roman Polanski Writers: Ira Levin (novel); Roman Polanski (screenplay) Considered one of the most ill-fated films in history, it all begins... Continue Reading →

Full Throttle (2019) – Joe Hill

Hello there readers of Mr Pink Ink and a Happy New Year to you all! This is my first post on here in months and I must apologize profusely for the delay. No time for explanations and excuses - onward and upwards and I hope you enjoy my review of this excellently, deliciously spooky collection... Continue Reading →

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