48 | Horror | “Creatures of Want and Ruin” by Molly Tanzer
We are proud to showcase female horror authors this month! We kick things off with Molly Tanzer’s Creature’s of Want & Ruin. Demons and Diabolists during the Great Depression? What could go wrong?
47 | Fantasy | The Folk of Air Series – “The Cruel Prince”, “The Lost Sisters”, and “The Wicked King” by Holly Black
Special guest Amanda returns to the show so she and Sandra and gush about the newest series by the Queen of Faerie: Holly Black!
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….
35 | Horror | “Haunted” by Chuck Palahniuk
Chuck Palahniuk’s Haunted is a disgusting, depraved and horrifying collection of short stories wrapped together by an even more disturbing meta-plot. So of course, Sandra and returning guest Jen decide to take it on!
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…
30 | Interview with Kendare Blake
Happy one-year anniversary, Genre Junkies! Our “journalistic integrity” is right out the window when Sandra and Scott get to fawn over Kendare Blake, author of the Three Dark Crown series and the newest installment: Two Dark Reigns.
23 | Interview with B.A. Williamson, Author of “The Marvelous Adventures of Gwendolyn Gray”
Sandra, Scott (and Stitches) had the privilege of chatting with author B.A Williamson about Genre Junkies pick, “The Marvelous Adventures of Gwendolyn Gray.” Pour yourself a cup of tea, coffee, whisky or whatever you drink to relax – and enjoy! To…
22 | Fantasy | “The Marvelous Adventures of Gwendolyn Gray” by B.A. Williamson
To say that we were charmed “The Marvelous Adventures of Gwendolyn Gray” would be an understatement. Author B.A. Williamson’s new middle-reader novel draws comparisons to Harry Potter, A Wrinkle in Time, The Princess Bride and more! We’re not crying, you’re crying….
21 | Sci-Fi | “Annihilation” & The Southern Reach Trilogy by Jeff Vandermeer
Special guest Amanda takes us on a field trip to Area X. Some of us hated it. Some of us loved it. And Scott loses his g*damned mind. Here’s the whole Southern Reach trilogy by Jeff Vandermeer. Spoiler free until the…
20 | Horror | “Birdbox” by Josh Malerman
Amy, founder of TheBloodlust.net, joins Sandra and Scott to discuss the terrifying novel “Bird Box” by Josh Malerman – soon to be a Netflix produced motion picture! How would you survive in a world where to see is to die?
19 | Sci-Fi | “Head On” by John Scalzi
We said the we wanted to get a better feel for John Scalzi, so what better opportunity than with his upcoming novel, “Head On”? Listen in to see if Sandra and Scott’s opinion of the acclaimed science fiction author has changed!…
18 | Horror | “House of Leaves” by Mark Z. Danielewski
We have special guest, actress and author Kelly Hitman, join Sandra and Scott to discuss a novel so original and strange that nobody really knows how to classify it. But it’s a worthy read and let us tell you why you should…