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
Overall, 21st Century Dead like many other anthologies I’ve read turns out to be another mixed bag. Some stories are great, many of them are okay, and then there are some real stinkers in the pile. What this anthology does RIGHT is branch out from the classical zombie tales of George A. Romero or the current dominant property of The Walking Dead. It tinkers with the zombie genre to show how much more can be done with these creatures who are often used as cannon fodder. 21st Century Dead is a good book for this. If you are looking for more … Continue reading Book Review: 21st Century Dead (Zombie Anthology)
Nearly one year in the making, Horror d’Oeuvres – Bite-Sized Tales of Terror is now available on Kindle and in Paperback. Horror d’Oeuvres marks the debut of several promising horror authors from Reddit’s /r/ShortScaryStories and /r/NoSleep as well as my own foray into the world of editing and publishing on Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP). While this collection doesn’t contain any stories written by me, I had a hand in selecting, editing, and giving the final approval for publication on each story in this collection. It’s been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life! All royalties generated from the sales of Horror … Continue reading Horror d’Oeuvres – Bite-Sized Tales of Terror!
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