…and that’s when I saw a bright light,” Mr. Fresco said with the excitement of a man reborn. That’s when I stopped listening. I knew what would come next. Feelings of intense joy. Seeing departed friends. God says it’s too … Continue reading What The Dead See
The Festering Ones by S.H. Cooper begins with nine year old, Faith, accompanying her father to their family’s cabin in the woods for a hunting trip. What is meant to be a bonding experience between father and daughter quickly becomes a traumatic, life-changing … Continue reading Book Review for The Festering Ones by S.H. Cooper
Before you start reading, I strongly suggest checking out the links below. The Four Horsemen of the Mental Health Apocalypse Darkly Dwelling Gravy Let The Guilt Go Alright, you’re all caught up now, right? As you can see, things weren’t … Continue reading Gravy Uprising
Now available on Amazon! Horror d’Oeuvres – Unjust Desserts Vol. 3 is the last entry in the Horror d’Oeuvres trilogy. All royalties generated are donated to Scares That Care!, an approved 501(c)(3) charity which fights the REAL MONSTERS of childhood … Continue reading Horror d’Oeuvres – Unjust Desserts Vol.3 Now Available!
The Wraith Within offers a wide variety of stories touching upon the horror, fantasy, and thriller genres. However, the main focus of the collection is horror. Go into this collection, expecting to read disturbing material and situations. As with many … Continue reading Book Review for The Wraith Within by Grant Hinton
Since removing my work from Reddit two months ago, I’ve been busy at work on putting together my first short story collection. I’ve settled on being a clique and making the first book thirteen stories and more than likely following … Continue reading Progress Report #1
Author Matt Shuck opens Safety in Numbers with a series of connected stories titled Encounters with the Beast. This set of stories follows the character of Hank Miller through various stages of his life where he experiences strange and horrifying … Continue reading Book Review for Safety in Numbers by Matt Shuck