Pharmaceutical rep Lexi Mazur is distraught when her boyfriend Steve dumps her. Accusing him of cheating on her, he immediately expresses distaste about her current behaviors, including her increased consumption of a pharmaceutical drug she should be selling to doctors, not imbibing herself. The breakup throws Lexi into a pit of despair. Engaging in obsessive, stalking behavior, she begins madly watching episodes of a reality show and showing up where she knows the show will be filmed so that she can stalk one of the main characters. When Lexi is ridiculed by this character, she sets out to destroy her. All the while, Lexi increases her pill intake. She also realizes that she is being stalked. As time passes and Lexi’s obsession with the reality series drama grows, her stalker ups his game. But, she isn’t completely sure whether she is really being stalked or her pills are altering her perception of reality. Lexi is in grave danger, but she must figure out if her enemy is another person or appearing from within herself. … More “Stalker Stalked” by Lee Matthew Goldberg
The prologue is enough to know “Cassia” by DC Mallery is going to keep you up at night, both for its haunting writing and its salacious plot! Sometimes it’s not just the patients in the mental hospitals that have gone insane, the doctors and staff may be just as predisposed given the individuals they surround themselves with in their workplace… … More “Cassia” by DC Mallery
Today Reader Views talks with G.R. Morris about his new philosophical sci-fi horror, Tomorrow’s End!
#reading #authorinterview #books #scifi #horror #philosophy #readerviews … More Author Interview – Reader Views Talks with G.R. Morris – Author of “Tomorrow’s End”
“Pig,” is a fascinating psychological thriller that involves depravity that goes beyond the scope of a typical imagination. … More “Pig” by Nancy Williams
There are those who think writers have to be at least a bit maniacal in order to pen stories, seeing as that they live with a cavalcade of characters, plotlines, and locations swimming around in their heads at all times. “A Cabin in the Woods” is one book that proves this thought is an actual fact. … More “A Cabin in the Woods” by Marek Zahorec