43 | Sci-Fi | “Resistant” by Rachael Sparks with Interview!
Do you like science? How about kick-a** female writers? Or maybe sci-fi written by a real life scientist who is also a great writer?
42 | Fantasy | “Deepest Blue” by Mindy Tarquini with Interview!
Sandra & Scott go to a fantasy land they thought only Shakespeare could dream up.
40 | Horror | “Hark! The Herald Angels Scream” by Blumhouse Books
This week the Genre Junkie’s are getting hecka festive. We read Hark! The Herald Angels Scream; a horror short collection full of spine-tinglers. Grab a warm beverage and a toasty blanket… to hide under.
39 | Fantasy | “Select” and “Select Few” by Marit Weisenberg with Interview!
Join us as we discuss “Select” and “Select Few”, two “new adult” contemporary fantasy novels. And even more exciting — we interview the author, Marit Weisenberg!
37 | Horror | “The Forgotten Island” by David Sodergren
Talk about a vacation from hell! We couldn’t accept that October was over, so we decided to start November off with one more horror read. We travel to David Sodergren’s (@paperbacksandpugs) The Forgotten Island and were met with pure nightmare fuel….
34 | Horror | “The Hunger” by Alma Katsu & More!
It’s here! October! Horror month! The most magical season of all! We had the chance to preview two short stories by Troy Diffenderfer from his upcoming rock song inspired collection, White Noise. We then discuss the historical horror Donner-Party re-imagining, The…
33 | Horror/Fantasy | “The Good Demon” by Jimmy Cajoleas
Sandra & Scott announce their October horror TBR! As a nice little appetizer for the month of horror to come, the Genre Junkies read & discuss The Good Demon by Jimmy Cajoleas.
32 | Fantasy | “Two Dark Reigns” by Kendare Blake
SPECIAL BONUS EPISODE! We are breaking all the rules and decided we couldn’t wait to talk about this book any longer. Join us (Sandra & Scott), plus returning guest Amanda as we discuss “Two Dark Reigns”, the third book of Kendare…
31 | Horror | “The Cabin at the End of the World” by Paul Tremblay
Is there a better way to end the summer than with a family trip to an utterly isolated cabin?