Voodoo Heart hits Best Of Lists for 2020


THE RECEPTION FOR Voodoo Heart since it came out in October 2020 has been gratifying, to say the least! It started with a great review from BookList, published by the American Library Association, and has ended up on several “best of” lists since.

It’s gotten some great reviews on GoodReads and maintained a 4.3 Star average on Amazon. And book bloggers have created all sorts of really cool “book porn” images of the novel on social media. I’ve collected some of the Best Of mentions and book art here!

Best Of 2020 Mentions

Marie’s Book Nook Retreat blog reviewed Voodoo Heart and then listed it on the Top 25 Reads of 2020 list. Marie was really active in 2020 promoting Voodoo Heart and some of my other books on her blog and social media, and I really appreciated her support!

Janine Pipe included Voodoo Heart in her Top Ten Books released in 2020 AND read in 2020 vlog on YouTube. In her blog review of the novel, she gave it five stars and said, “I bloody loved it!”

Kendall Reviews put Voodoo Heart on its Christmas Gift Guide in December 2020.

I love the idea of “voodoo for Christmas!”

Aiden Merchant listed Voodoo Heart as on of his Top 10 of 2020 (Novels + Novellas) in his Best Reads of 2020 Blog. In his review of the novel he said it “blends crime and horror seamlessly” and “has a strong grasp on suspense.”

Voodoo Heart was voted into the Top 25 of this Listopia list of Best Horror of 2020 on Goodreads.

A Voodoo Heart Social Media Gallery!

One of the interesting trends in the past couple years to me has been some of the arty images bloggers create to spotlight the books they’re reading. I call it book porn, because some of the images really try to make the books look “sexy”! Here are some of the ones I saw for Voodoo Heart over the past three months. I’ve really appreciated the artistry and creativity of so many of these!

Thanks to everyone who has supported Voodoo Heart thus far, and helped new readers discover the novel!

About John Everson

John Everson is a Bram Stoker Award-winning horror author with more than 100 published short stories and 14 novels of horror and dark fantasy currently in print. His first novel, Covenant, won the Bram Stoker Award for a First Novel in 2005. His sixth novel, NightWhere, was a Bram Stoker Finalist in 2013. Its sequel, The Night Mother, was released in June 2023.

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