Jack Ketchum’s short story collection, Peaceable Kingdom, showcase’s the master of horror’s ability to write more than just brutality, blood, and guts. Peaceable Kingdom has stories which invoke a wide variety of emotions including fear, disgust, humor, and of course, … Continue reading Book Review for Peaceable Kingdom by Jack Ketchum
As we drive through America, we are often lured to venture from the familiar and into the unknown.This collection encourages you to do the same. To ride alongside your favorite horror authors as they take you on a trip you will never forget. There is no turning back. From new legends to old familiar haunts, the stories held within this tome will make you question whether anywhere is safe. Over 30 authors have crafted the most authentic and horrifying representation of each state. Not a single dark road will be left untraveled. You will never want to leave home again. … Continue reading Wrong Roads Anthology Now Available!
In Altered Carbon, we are introduced into a bleak 25th century where humanity has spread to the stars, technology has advanced leaps and bounds due to the discovery of advanced Martian technology, and most importantly, human consciousness can be downloaded … Continue reading Book Review for Broken Angels by Richard K. Morgan
After getting hooked on Joe Abercrombie’s Shattered Seas trilogy, I decided to go further down the rabbit hole and picked up The Blade Itself, the first book in the First Law Trilogy. Getting hooked on the fantastic characters and worldbuilding, … Continue reading Book Review for The Last Argument of Kings by Joe Abercrombie
Here we go again! The terrifying tales contained within this tome certainly do not fit within the realm of the ordinary set of courses. In our previous anthology, Bite-Sized Tales of Terror, we set the table with micro and flash … Continue reading Horror d’Oeuvres Vol. 2 – It Came from the Snack Bar!
John is a successful author, but unfortunately, after many years of alcoholism, he is dying. However, he has one last horrifying tale to tell. The Promises We Make in December is a gritty coming-of-age story in which John recounts the … Continue reading Book Review for “The Promises We Make in December” by T.W. Grim
Michael Wright is consumed with guilt over his finances. He cannot afford to support his family. His home equity line is tapped. His credit cards are maxed. His car is falling apart. Most importantly, his daughter has a terminal illness … Continue reading Book Review for “Pay Up and Die” by Chuck Buda