8 Horror Audiobooks To Soundtrack Your Halloween Weekend via Bustle

I love seeing ARE YOU SLEEPING on Bustle’s list of audiobooks for Halloween! Check it out!

The Big Listen

A few weeks ago, I visited the WAMU 88.5 office and chatted with Lauren Ober of the Big Listen about ARE YOU SLEEPING. Check out the resulting episode here!

Library Journal Starred Review

Have you seen the *starred review* that ARE YOU SLEEPING got from Library Journal?

Verdict Barber weaves a twisty tale that will grip readers as they follow Josie confronting a past she finally cannot escape. Highly recommended for fans of the podcast Serial and authors such as Ruth Ware and Paula Hawkins.

Read the full review here!

Q&A on Women Writers, Women’s Books

I’m so delighted to have a Q&A up on Women Writers, Women’s Books today! Thanks so much to MM Finck for interviewing me!

10 Books That Will Keep You Up Past Your Bedtime

Have you read the list of the 10 Books That Will Keep You Up Past Your Bedtime that I wrote for Publishers Weekly? It has some of my favorite books on it, like We Have Always Lived in the Castle, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, and You!

XOXO After Darkcast

I  chatted with the ladies of XOXO After Dark for their podcast, and the episode is live now! Give it a listen!

Bookreporter.com Review

Thrilled to see this review of Are You Sleeping on Bookreporter!

ARE YOU SLEEPING, reels the reader in and keeps us wondering until the very end…dives into the complexities of relationships, and the value of love and connection, especially in the face of tragedy and despair.

PopSugar Books to Read in August

I’m so jazzed to see Are You Sleeping on PopSugar’s list of 10 Incredible Books You Should Read This August!

Crime by the Book Q&A

I answered some questions for the Crime by the Book blog! Head over there to read about how I decided to write Are You Sleeping and to find out what my favorite podcasts are. (Then stick around and read some of her other book reviews because her recommendations are always spot-on!)

Lit Hub Essay

I wrote an essay on whether the internet’s obsession with true crime can lead to real-life justice for Lit Hub. In it, I talk about my obsession with “Serial” and other true crime stories.