On an otherwise typical morning, the President of the United States appears on national television and tells the world there is a meteor on a collision course with the Earth. At the end of the broadcast, the President commits suicide. … Continue reading Last Day by Bryan Smith Book Review
Paul Tremblay’s long awaited and much anticipated follow-up to “Disappearance at Devil’s Rock” and “A Head Full of Ghosts” certainly lived up to the hype and delivered another ambiguous ending for readers to decide if the supernatural forces at work … Continue reading The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay Book Review
When The Stars Fall by T.W. Grim is a masterful novel about the darker side of human nature when confronted with inevitable doom. Mark, our protagonist (but truly an anti-hero) is thrust into an unthinkable situation while at work at his plant. A truck crashes through the front gate, and its driver is carrying an alien parasite capable of overtaking its host and shape-shifting into nightmarish creatures. This sets off a chain of events involving government conspiracies and results in the confinement of various strong personalities within the plant under threat of immediate execution if they attempt to escape. This … Continue reading When The Stars Fall by T.W. Grim Book Review
Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan My rating: 4 of 5 stars After blowing through the Netflix series, I couldn’t stand the thought of having to wait for another season. As always, as soon as I found out there was … Continue reading Altered Carbon Book Review
Bryan Smith follows up 68 Kill with Chip about a month after his escape from Tennessee hiding away in a seedy hotel in Florida. Having stayed out of trouble for a little while, Chip is living peacefully until he is once again dragged into a world of chaos, violence, and depravity. Of course, as a staple of Smith’s writing, the chaos comes in the form of a woman who is incredibly beautiful but also happens to be insane. Chip goes from tranquil existence to evading the police, encountering redneck psychos in the wild, and having to get his hands … Continue reading Bryan Smith’s 68 Kill Part 2 Book Review
Available now on the Amazon Store, Alphabet Soup: Horror Stories for the Tormented Soul is an interconnected anthology of 27 stories featuring a letter from the alphabet. “H is for Hegemonic” is my contribution to this excellent book and several other stories branch off into exploring more of my mythos. If you downloaded a Advanced Reader Copy, please leave a review on Amazon listing for the story so we can shoot this baby to the top. If you haven’t read this yet for only .99 cents, you can join in on the fun! Buy Your Copy Now! Continue reading Alphabet Soup: Horror Stories for the Tormented Soul is now available on Kindle!