What’s The Short Story Morning Glory? On Children of The Revolution by Maureen Johnson

I think I will stick with What’s The Short Story Morning Glory as a title for the time being. Also will be playing with the format of this feature. As usual, this week’s short story is from Zombies Vs. Unicorns. Short Story Title: Children of the Revolution Author: Maureen Johnson Nutshell Plot: On a whim, […]

What’s The SHORT Story Morning Glory: A Thousand Flowers by Margo Lanagan

For now, I am going to stick with the title What’s The SHORT Story Morning Glory as I like it even though it is kind of long. This weekend’s short story, as per the last few weeks, comes from the anthology Zombies Vs. Unicorns. A Thousand Flowers by Margo Lanagan seems to be universally unloved […]

What’s The SHORT Story, Morning Glory?: On Bougainvillea by Carrie Ryan

As you can certainly see, I am still experimenting with a name for this feature. I’m quite excited to write about this week’s short story. Continuing with the short stories from Zombies Vs. Unicorns, I read Bougainvillea by Carrie Ryan. Holy hell, it was awesome. Okay, so I’ve read reviews of Zombies Vs. Unicorns where […]

Short Story Screamers: Purity Test by Naomi Novik

H’okay, so I still have no clue what kind of a name to use for the weekend short story reviews that I shall be posting, as I have seen Short Story Sunday/Saturday on other blogs and I’m not about to be a name stealer. Hellz to the no. So, bear with me as you will […]

YASpooktacular: The Darkness part 13

I’m sure you fabulous YA Fans have been following YASpooktacular, a wonderful event hosted by Danielle and Khelsea. ¬†YASpooktacular features two scary stories, written in 13 parts by various YA authors. I am hosting part 13 of The Darkness. This part was written by Heather Brewer, whom you can read a little bit about after […]

Scary Short Story Sunday: Love Will Tear Us Apart by Alaya Dawn Johnson

Continuing with the Zombies vs. Unicorns Anthology, and my participation in the Short Story Peril section of the (R)eaders (I)mbibing (P)eril challenge, this Sunday I read Love Will Tear Us Apart by Alaya Dawn Johnson. The introduction by the editors, Holly Black and Justine Larbaleister goes over the different types of zombies. We learn that […]