Since I’ve fallen off of doing regular wrap-ups, let’s go ahead and talk about what little I’ve read to catch up.
Paperbacks from Hell by Grady Hendrix (My Rating: 5/5) This is a non-fiction book chronicling the horror paperback boom that began in the late 70s and went on until it imploded in on itself in the 90s. I’m a big fan of horror, as you all have probably been able to tell based on what I cover in my blog, so this exhaustive researching of forgotten paperbacks was right up my street. I adored this. There’s enough fact to make me feel like I’m learning a lot, but also a ton of humor that makes this a quick, fun read. Even if you’re not fascinated by this time in publishing history, this book is a blast. Please check it out.