Shadows will breathe

Shadows will breathe
"Careful. Evil has a way of making friends with the good and dragging them into the darkness." ~ Dr. Al Robbins


The Night Lights Book Club 

Greetings, my Creepsters and fellow book nerds.
Welcome to the Night Lights Book Club!!! 
(I thought if I included a lot of emojis it would better explain the importance of this group. 🤓) 

February 2018

Hello, Creepsters!
For the month of February, 
Simone St. James is in the spotlight with her 2012 novel

This is a great story to curl up with on a long night or over the weekend.
I know you will want to read it all in one sitting, 
so make sure you have some time before you open it.
And when you do, get ready to indulge yourself into another world filled with ghosts and mystery and even a little bit of love for all you romantics out there.
This is one haunting read - 
it actually says so in the title, so you know it's for real 😉 -
and it earns our highest rating here at Night Lights: 



Happy New Year, Creepsters!!!

January 2018

Don't judge this video by the expression on my face.
It's a good one, I swear it.

The Night Lights Book Club has announced Meet Meredith as it’s evil read for January 2018.

Here's what to expect...

Meredith is crazy.  She hears voices, sees ghosts and talks to the shadows.  
Sidney is a self-reliant bartender who’s just trying to make payments on her new car.  
When Meredith stumbles into the bar and into Sidney’s life, the two form an unlikely alliance necessary to battle the ghosts that haunt Meredith’s world.
Join them for an intoxicating tale of spirits and retribution.

I wrote this story, Creepsters and I am very proud of it,
that's why it's receiving the highest rating here at Night Lights:

I hope you love it too.

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About the author...

Deevious is a horror writer and the creative mind behind the popular site, 
Night Lights Cast Shadows.  
She is a book nerd; a travel junkie; and a nightmare survivor.



December 2017

A Christmas Carol is a timeless piece of literature that does not disappoint.
The language is enchanting;
The story line is impeccable;
The characters are unforgettable.
(And the ghosts are cool as shit.)

Charles Dickens was definitely a writer for all times and all ages.
Enjoy this holiday season and spend some time revisiting some old friends in this haunting read.
(Or at least check out the movie.)

My rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ 
(because its Charles fucking Dickens, that's why)



November 2017

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman is the perfect pick for November.  
Coming off the Halloween high that so many of us enjoy, 
this book will keep that euphoria going strong.
This read is haunting and magical.
You will get lost in the spirit world that Gaiman so cleverly has composed, and 
- hopefully - 
you will treasure your walk with the characters that he has so intricately created.
It is a spooktacular read and is receiving the highest mark from us here at Night Lights:
I hope you love it, Creepsters.



October 2017
Scary shit I'm talking about here 😉

The Tell-Tale Heart is the perfect short story for October. 
It is a great pick, full of darkness and guilt.
And it gets the highest rating at the club: ❤❤❤❤❤
Are there any Poe fans out there?
Do you agree with my rating?
Have you read it?
What is your favorite work by Poe?
Check out the full story, why this one made the cut, and subscribe to get all of our Book Club picks... 



September 2017

This month, I have picked 

for The Night Lights Book Club.
This book is clever and crazy and I just couldn't get enough of it.
I love the point of view that Kepnes uses to tell her tale;
I love the detail of the story;
I love the raw, psychotic honesty of its characters.
This is a real page turner, Creepsters.
It's like nothing I have ever read before.
Read it.
If you're twisted, like me, you will absolutely love it.

My rating for this book gets 5 outta 5:  ❤❤❤❤❤



August 2017 
(Love that facial expression.)  

My pick for August is from the master of horror, Stephen King.
I am a huge fan of his work (not his biggest fan, for that role has already been taken)
and out of all of his books I decided to start with Mr. Mercedes.  
I am only half way through this novel 
but am already recommending it because it's got a hold on me.
I will - no doubt - update this post when I finish the book and rate it accordingly.

UPDATE:  This book gets 5 outta 5: ❤❤❤❤❤
Because it's Stephen-fucking-King, Creepsters 
and he always gets a 5 out of 5 here at Night Lights Cast Shadows.
(And it's also a really good detective novel.)
This is actually part of a trilogy, so if you like it, check out Finder's Keepers and End of Watch.
I'm guessing they're just as good.  They are also on my list of must-reads for the season.


July 2017

  The Girl With All The Gifts

The legendary M. R. Carey is my pick for July.  
This novel captured my attention in the book store 
(thanks for the nudge, Kim) 
and it captivated me from the first word until its last. 
They have recently made this into a movie so you can always check that out too.

My rating for this masterpiece?  It is nothing short of = ðŸ–¤ðŸ–¤ðŸ–¤ðŸ–¤ðŸ–¤ 



June 2017 

For June, I have chosen this gem by Iain Reid.
It is his debut novel and is extremely well done.
It will intrigue you and scare you and scar you.

Expect it to leave an impression.

My rating?  I'm Thinking of Ending Things =🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤 



May 2017

Daughters Unto Devils

For the month of May, I have chosen this dark read by Amy Lukavics ~  "Daughters Unto Devils".
This book came up in conversation with a friend (Thank you, Jessica) and I told her I would check it out.  Well, I am ever so grateful for her suggestion because it is fantastic.  
It is dark and disturbing and a great debut novel for Author Amy.  If you can make out the tag line written by Cat Winters, it says "Imagine Stephen King writing "Little House on the Prairie") 😳 Wtf?!?!  Well, this intrigued me even more to read it.  
So, Creepsters, find the time and check it out.  I would LOVE to know what you think of it and if you were - maybe - a little frightened by it?  A bit disturbed?  Did you find it unnerving? Unsettling?  Would you recommend it to a friend? And just how many dark hearts would you give this read? 

My rating?  "Daughters Unto Devils" = 🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤 



Suggested Short Stories: 

Nightmare #34 - All good evil things must come to an end.

Nightmare #177 - Every town has its own secrets to bury.

Nightmare #44 - Once the sun goes down, they come out to feed.


Need some more darkness in your life?
Check out all of my Nightmares.

Thank you for stopping by, my Creepsters.