Monday, February 28, 2022

February 2022: Monthly Recap

February is a big month in the books for our team in terms of celebrations! Black History Month, the Lunar New Year, and Library Lovers Day all fall in February, and we had a blast boosting, sharing, and talking about books by Black & Asian authors especially. If you missed any of our posts, announcements, or reviews, you can find them all listed below!

News and Announcements

February 2022 LOHF New Releases

Each month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team posts all of the books we are aware of that will be releasing during that month.

March Women in Horror Month Readathon Announcement

We’re celebrating WiHM in March – join us, and let us know what you’ll be reading from our big list of recommendations!

March 2022 LOHF Readalong Selection

Our Discord poll votes have spoken! See which book won as next month’s LOHF group read.


What We’ve Been Reading #120

What We’ve Been Reading #121

Special Topics and Guest Posts

Past women in horror month #LOHFreadathon suggestions graphic

Celebrating Black History Month: Previous LOHF Readalong Books We’ve Loved by Black Authors

We rounded up a big list of some of our favorite books written by Black women from the monthly #LOHFReadalong recommendations & book choices, including a section of recommendations featuring our past Women in Horror Month readathon picks.

Celebrating Black History Month: Novel & Novella Spotlight

We’re highlighting some of our favorite books by Black women writing in the horror genre; have you already added these titles to your bookshelves? Come see what the team has to say!

Celebrating Black History Month: YA & Middle Grad Spotlight

We support horror lovers at all ages! For some of our younger readers (or adult fans of younger genres), we’ve rounded up a great list of some spooky books written by Black women that are suitable for horror’s smallest fans.

YA / MG Spotlight: February 2022

Check out the books that were released in February, as well as what our team has been reading and reviewing in the YA / MG age groups.

If You Liked That, Try This: Horror Book Recs Written by Black Women

The formula is simple: “if you like this non-horror book genre, try this horror book.” Although this list of recommendations is for everyone, it may be particularly helpful for those of you who love to read horror with elements of other popular genres.


Cassie is one of our core team members, and maintains our site interviews with authors and creating monthly themed content.

Find her online at her blog, Twitter as @ctrlaltcassie, or over at her Etsy store, where she sells clothing, coloring & activity books, bookmarks, art prints, DIY craft kits, & more!

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