Always on the lookout for a new thriller-suspense novel? Like to try new-to-you authors? Then sit back and pour a cup of coffee, and let me tell you about two excellent authors I recently discovered.
You may have heard the terms “gothic horror” tossed around in book-related circles. But have you ever wondered what the terms actually mean?
What’s the last great thriller book you read? Did you leave a review of it on Amazon, Goodreads, or another popular site?
I’ve been reading some really great thriller books recently: a gothic-inspired novel set in Morocco, a camp-based suspense novel full of family drama, and a domestic thriller.
Ahhh, there’s nothing like a good thrift shop to make the world rosy-colored again. For my birthday recently, I took the day off work and indulged in a good, old-fashioned (literally!) thrifting trip.
Thrillers and reading slumps. If you’re passionate about thriller books or reading in general, then chances are you’ve experienced a reading slump a time or two in your life.
Do you ever pick up a thriller novel and just know you’re going to love it? That’s what happened to me recently. I was browsing at the library looking for a copy of Jane Harper’s, The Lost Man. I’m a big fan of Ms. Harper’s, as you might remember from this post and this Thriller Book Recommendation segment.