Review: The Graveyard Book

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman My rating: 5 of 5 stars I don’t know how he does it, that Neil Gaiman fellow. He is truly a master of modern fantasy, particularly the kind that is intended for the young but perfectly enjoyable by the old. THE GRAVEYARD BOOK and the adventures of its protagonist are part “The Jungle Book,” part Harry Potter...

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HORRIFIC HISTORY from Hazardous Press set for April 19th Release

The forthcoming anthology from Hazardous Press is a history themed horror book that includes many great authors. Tales of terror set in different places all over the world and in different time periods are sure to have you sleeping with the light on. I’ll link to Christian Larsen’s site for a preview of the cover and a look at the table of contents!...

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Review: Lost Girl of the Lake

Lost Girl of the Lake by Joe McKinney My rating: 3 of 5 stars This novella by Joe MicKinney is a refreshing coming-of-age story with some elements of horror mixed in. I thought his characterization of rural east Texas and race relations during the 50s and 60s was pretty bewitching and with his flair for language, it certainly brought to mind Joe R. Lansdale....

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Review: Thirty Miles South of Dry County

Thirty Miles South Of Dry County by Kealan Patrick Burke My rating: 3 of 5 stars This novella is a finalist for long fiction in this year’s Bram Stoker Awards and is a pitch perfect example of understated, creepy horror. Burke does a great job of capturing that sense of dread so prized in this type of story. Written in the first person point-of-view, the...

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