Photo courtesy of http://www.goodreads.com Under the Overpass by J.E. Muzaurieta Sr. Is truly a unique journey into the lives of people society turns a blind eye to. Every character written within the pages feels real, and connections and sympathy soon … Continue reading Gritty, Profound, and Heartbreaking…
Photo courtesy of Candace Nola In the Chapbook Exactly the Wrong Things three authors put their twist on how they would expand on the story starting with the same introductory segment. Franklin E. Wales, Joseph M. Monks, and Candace Nola … Continue reading Triptych of Terror!
Photo courtesy of http://www.goodreads.com Donn, TX 1978 by Eric Butler is probably the most intense, gory, and intricate installments to the series thus far. Donn 1978 brings back many characters that have already been established, but this series is so … Continue reading Donn, TX is Getting Darker!
Photo courtesy of http://www.goodreads.com For those in the horror/book community that are unaware Mort Stone is revered by many for his amazing reviews. So when he informed me he was making his maiden voyage into writing a story I was … Continue reading The Best Short Story I Have Read This Year!
Photo courtesy of http://www.goodreads.com Den of the Wererats by Terry Miller is an excellent debut novella. Miller can tell a great tale, and retain a nice writing style and flow. I went into this story somewhat blind. Other than the … Continue reading A New Take on Changeling Creature Horror
Photos courtesy of Daemon Manx, James G. Carlson, and Brandy Carroll Hacked in Two by James G. Carlson and Daemon Manx is two tales, one spun by each author. The first entry is James’s contribution titled Red Falls. The second … Continue reading Two Authors, Two Stories, One Book!