Horror readers will know what I’m talking about here. Ever read a book that brings you back to the beginning, when you were first dedicating hours at a time to one book and letting it seep into your regular life like a cloying, sickly sweet incense?
Yeah. This book did that for me. It reminded me why I started reading horror in the first place, and brought me back to childhood, when I could more easily suspend disbelief and let a monster rampage through my mind like a mad horseman. Continue reading “NOS4A2 [Book Review]”
I love horror. No, really, I love it. Despite never having written a horror novel, I can honestly say that horror is in my top three favorite genres of books and movies.
Horror is kind of my thing.
That’s why my wife bought this book for me. That, and because she’s awesome. And this book didn’t disappoint. Continue reading “Vuckovic’s Horror Miscellany [Book Review]”
The minute I saw this cover, I knew I had to read the story. How cool is that hand reaching out of the puddle on the sidewalk? Continue reading “Jump back into the superstition of childhood in A. Renee Hunt’s ebook thrill, Puddle. [Book Review]”
I’m one of those readers who likes a lot of different genres, so when I find two of my favorites smashed into one book, I nearly always have to take a peek at the story. That’s what happened with the book I’m reviewing today. I saw it was horror… then realized it was lesbian fiction, as well, and knew it was a story I needed in my life.
Ghosts, trauma, and a sexy lesbian contractor? Count me in! I went into this book looking for a great mix of two genres, and I was not disappointed. Continue reading “Grieving mother seeks solace, finds a mystery that turns into pure horror in By the Dark of Her Eyes. [Book Review]”
I love learning about new authors, so earlier this year I put out a call to a couple of writing groups on Facebook asking for authors to interview. I got a monumental reply, and I’m finally making my way through them all.
This is one of the authors whose works stuck out to me. I love old school horror, and I learned through this interview that this guy definitely does, too.
Welcome, Frank! Sell yourself to us in a paragraph.
Frank Martin is a prose and comic writer that always enjoys exploring new genres and mediums. He has an urban fantasy anthology series, Modern Testament, currently published by Insane Comics. His debut horror novel, Skin Deep/Ordinary Monsters, was also recently released with Burning Willow Press. Frank lives in New York with his wife and two kids.
Continue reading “Going down the horror section with Frank Martin. [Interview]”