Say hello to the newest Team Members!

Say hello to the newest Team Members!


After our recent call for some help with the reviews, Confessions are very proud to be able to introduce you to three new members of the team that you should be seeing rather a lot of from now on.

There is still a possibility of more people coming on board but we wanted you to meet the new girls so that we can start getting their reviews live on the site!

So, without further ado, meet the newbies!


Aspen DeLainey



As a child of much precocity, I escaped into books very early. Any book, any story, regardless of age-suitability due to parental refusal to censor.

At about six, I started to critique the stories, encouraged by my father who, many times, sat with me and discussed the merits and faults / inconsistencies of these books. I also decided I could write them better in some instances, or at least of my own ideas.

Now having read thousands of books, and having had a few of my own published, along with some short stories, I feel I can do justice to an author within the critique boundaries. Hope you agree.

Website under construction.


Elaine Pascale



Elaine Pascale has been writing her entire life.

She lives on Cape Cod with her husband, son and daughter. Her writing has been published in magazines and anthologies.

She is the author of the soon to be released Blood Lights, and If Nothing Else, Eve, We’ve Enjoyed the Fruit.

Elaine enjoys a robust full moon, chocolate, and collecting cats.

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Kimberly is a lifelong fan of books within the horror genre, and especially those with a supernatural, or atmospheric “feel” to them. 

In addition to caring for her own family (both flesh, and fur children), she is an avid reviewer, BETA reader, and even writes the occasional story.

She is a strong advocate for promoting both new, and emerging authors whenever possible.

On average, she reads and reviews over two hundred books / anthologies a year.

Kimberly also reviews at the wonderful Horror After Dark.


There are still some openings if you are a reviewer and fancy coming to work at Confessions, or if you know someone who would be interested, let them know.

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