Saturday Screams #44 ~ Maze Of Souls & Nibble Nibble Crunch

Posted: January 6, 2018 in horror, Paranormal or fantasy
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Welcome to my Saturday Screams where I share books that, well, make you scream!

I’ve got some good ones from Willow Rose and J. L. Bryan.


Nibble Nibble Crunch

by Willow Rose


Genre: Horror


My Review

This was a fast fun story. A little girl making snow angels comes across a cute little snowman. But soon, he’s not so cute anymore.

Leave it to Willow to put a fun, nasty little spin on such an innocent thing as a cute snowman. As the warning says: you’ll never look at a snowman the same way again.

And even though I quickly figured out where this story was going, it was still fun getting there.

4 Stars



Warning: After reading this story you’ll never be able to look at a snowman the same way again.

In the beginning she thought it was sweet, this snowman who emerged as if from nowhere, but soon the six-year old Emma realizes that this snowman is different … very different.

NIBBLE, NIBBLE, CRUNCH is a horror novella from Willow Rose, author of the International Bestselling horror-series starring the Danish reporter Rebekka Franck. It is not for the faint at heart.

NIBBLE, NIBBLE, CRUNCH is also included in Willow Rose’s short-story collection called Horror-stories from Denmark.

This ebook also includes an excerpt from her novel One, Two … He is coming for you the first book in her Rebekka Franck-series.



Maze Of Souls

Ellie Jordan: Ghost Trapper #6

by J. L. Bryan


Genre: Horror / Paranormal


My Review

I’ve been reading this series from the beginning and the author always keeps his character’s genuine, the scares, well…scary, the suspense at the max and the fun stuff in all the right places.

It’s almost Halloween and Ellie Jordan has a new case. It seems ghosts are threatening the owners and visitors at Pine Hollow Farm. It’s an important time at the farm. They expect record numbers to come for the haunted hayrides, the corn maze, and many other fun events. But restless spirits are putting a damper on things, causing the owners to cancel the big holiday bash.

Ellie is called in when the ghosts start to threaten the family and enter their home. She’s going to need all her skills to trap multiple ghosts. And they aren’t going quietly into the night.

The author really writes Ellie as genuine. She’s scared stiff a lot of the time but still makes a stand against the ghosts. Often getting knocked on her butt. And her assistant, Stacey. You can always count on her snark to lighten the bleakest of moments.

I knew this was going to be scary good. I drew on memories of when I was young and our family used to visit a farm like this. I thought it was fun but also got scared pretty good when we went on the hayride. It’s dark in those woods. There were some super creepy ghosts for Ellie and her snarky sidekick, Stacey , to deal with. As I got deeper into the book, Halloween drew closer and the suspense grew. The holiday is the time of year for ghosts. They’re free to roam and there are so many at the farm. As bad as the ghosts already were, I hated to think what was in store for everyone once Halloween night arrived.

Every time I read a new Ellie Jordan book I cross my fingers, hoping it will be as good as the last one. The author made me a happy camper as I loved this book. If you haven’t had a chance to start this series, you really should. There’s plenty of hauntings and scares to keep any horror fan happy.

5  Stars



It’s October, and down at newly opened Pine Hollow Farm, the ghosts are running wild!. This “genuine” old-time family farm offers a big heap of fun fall activities. You can drink cider fresh from the orchard, enter a pumpkin-carving contest, and explore the five-acre corn maze. At night, if you aren’t too scared, join the haunted hayride through the woods, featuring a genuine eighteenth-century cemetery. According to local legend, the ghost of a horseman has ridden the old dirt road through the woods for nearly two centuries, menacing travelers. Hayriders beware! Then the real ghosts start to come out, threatening visitors to the farm and the family who live there. Paranormal detective Ellie Jordan travels out to the remote farm to root out the dangerous spirits. Ellie and her assistant Stacey must move fast, because the night is coming when all ghosts will be at full strength and free to roam-the night of Halloween.

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  1. I like the cover of the second book though I DNFed a couple by this author…I better give the poor soul a break and NOT read it! Like the sound of scary snowmen…

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I love the Ellie Jordan series. They’re a lot of fun, have some scary parts, and not focused on romance. Nibble Nibble Crunch was a short but fun one. A wee bit gory too. LOL

  2. Greg Hill says:

    I have a feeling he’s not a very nice snow creature? :)

  3. Daniela Ark says:

    wow maze of Souls sounds fantastic! I’m craving a good ghost story. I had to grin at the “you’ll never look at a snowman the same way again.” though

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I love the Ellie Jordan series. I just finished the nest one, Lullaby, and halfway through the one after that, The Keeper. One more to go then and I’ll have read all of them. Yeah, the snowmen story was gory fun. LOL

  4. I loved nibble nibble crunch but haven’t read ellie’s.