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If you’ve found our site, welcome and come on in.

We love horror, fantasy & SF. Quite simply, we want to share our love of books and all things genre with you the reader to make your day a light brighter.

The main contributors to the blog are myself Yvonne Davies and Theresa Derwin. So before we go any further let me introduce us.

Theresa writes humorous fiction including SF, Urban Fantasy & Horror. She has an eleven anthology acceptances, and has her own anthology Monsters Anonymous which came out in 2012.  She also writes a number of book reviews and is an active member of the online Zombie Facebook Group Moody’s Survivors, in honour of Brit Author David Moody Last of the Living. She has also stood for Secretary for the Birmingham Science Fiction Group (BSFG) BSFG Home Page. She has loved horror, fantasy & SF all her life, thanks to her father who raised her on 50s Sci-Fi Universal Monsters, tango & popcorn. Her love of the bizarre, (including her Dad) remains constant, to this day. She also owes a great debt to Rog Peyton from the BSFG who introduced her to alternative fiction at the tender the age of 14. Follow her on Twitter @BarbarellaFem or Facebook Theresa Derwin.

Now on to me. I work full time in the Civil Service and believe or not Theresa used to be my boss when I lived in Birmingham. I now live in Bridlington, a quiet costal town in Yorkshire. I am a mom of 2 teenagers so most weeks they are discussing the zombie apocalypse. I have always loved reading and was brought up with Stephen King and Shaun Hutson. Since buying a Kindle I have ventured into the Indie world and to be honest I love it. I have found so many good authors, which got me into writing book reviews.

I hope you enjoy our website and feel free to follow me on Twitter @YvonneRDav and Facebook Yvonne Davies

Now sit back and browse our site and if you like any of the reviews then buy the book. Please remember to always review your read, as this gets the authors noticed.