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Distortion by Gautam Malkani

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. They give me no money, nor do they in any way influence my thoughts – those are 100% my own for better or worse. Edition: Kindle ebook Synopsis (From Net Galley): Meet Dillon: a high-functioning fuck-up and carer for... Continue Reading →

Hex by Rebecca Dinerstein

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Recommendations: Dark/Creepy/Horror LGBTQ+ Books!

Check out this list of LGBTQ creepies!

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Hi everyone!

I’m a chicken and don’t tend to read that much horror, but I really wanted to share some LGBTQ+ creepy books for this Halloween season!

I haven’t read all of these, but I will mark the ones I have read with my rating & review, if applicable. I can’t actually vouch for the horror/creepy/dark aspects of the books I haven’t read, but all of them are marked as horror on Goodreads and a lot of people recommended these to me on Twitter when I asked for LGBTQ+ horror!

I’ve rounded it up to a nice unlucky number 13, perfect for the season 😉



381394091) Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand

My rating: 5 stars
Click here to read my full review

Goodreads synopsis:

Who are the Sawkill Girls?

Marion: the new girl. Awkward and plain, steady and dependable. Weighed down by tragedy and hungry for love she’s sure she’ll never find.

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