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Review for Horror Hotel

Review for Horror Hotel

Horror Hotel by Victoria Fulton, Faith McClaren, Ghost Hunters, Ghosts, Hotel, Murder, Horror, Social Media, Motel, Sign, Pink, Purple, Yellow“It’s shimmering,” she says, her voice low. “Like the hotel itself isn’t all here at once, all at the same time.”  + “Blood drips down the elevator doors and pools over the tile floor of the lobby. The doors open, and it’s raining blood, staining the carpet and mirrored walls inside the elevator car.”

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Review for Vacancy

Review for Vacancy

Vacancy by K.R. Alexander, Horror, Children's Book, Mystery, Ghosts, Scary, Hotel, Dare, Bullying, Visions, Loss, Mourning, Hotel,“Inside, the room is empty. And I know then that it’s the only empty room in the entire hotel. And I also know what the strange sensation is. The hotel is hungry. The hotel has a vacancy, and tomorrow night it plans on filling it.”

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October Horror Mystery Month Fest ~ Haunted Houses and Spooky Locations, Be Scared! ~ Day 16: Owl Eyes Motel by Barbara Avon

October Horror Mystery Month Fest ~ Haunted Houses and Spooky Locations, Be Scared! ~ Day 16: Owl Eyes Motel by Barbara Avon

Owl Eyes Motel, Spooky, Heaven/Hell, Short Book, Short Stories, WTF
Location: The beautiful Owl Eyes Motel, what kind of stay will you experience?
Top 10 Books July 2021

Top 10 Books July 2021

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Weekly Quote for Week 29-2021 ~ Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

Weekly Quote for Week 29-2021 ~ Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow, Fantasy, Children's Book, Friendship, Family, Mystery, Magic, Girl, Umbrella, Jessica Townsend“Hmm. It’s a scary shadow, you say?”
“They’re all scary. Even if you make a nice one, like a kitten, it’ll turn into a man-eating tiger or something. It’s like they’re trying to be scary.”
“That makes sense.”
Morrigan was surprised. “Does it?”
“Shadows are shadows, Miss Crow.” His eyes reflected the moonlight. “They want to be dark.”