“We sing the song that pierces the Universe and bring the world to its knees” An unholy melding of Books of Blood era Clive Barker and the cosmic terrors of H.P. Lovecraft, with a style and vision all her own, Hailey Piper’s The Worm and His Kings is a nightmarish novella that will linger with […]
I’ve said this during other reviews, but the short story form is my favorite length of fiction, particularly in the horror genre. The problem with releasing this form as a standalone story in digital, is the fact rise in self-publishing platforms have allowed for the devaluation of all literature. How does an author price a […]
FEARLESS! Aron Beauregard’s Dark Assembly brings together six short stories of absolute depravity. This is one of those books you should judge by the cover—if it doesn’t appeal to you, you can go back to start and not collect $200…you won’t be able to handle it. And, if you are unfamiliar with this author, there […]
Slaughter Box by Carver Pike is a self-published novel, another entry into the Diablo Snuff series. This is my first story by Pike and I am so glad I read it. Even though I haven’t read any of the others in the series, this book works as a stand-alone, but I also want to delve […]
Adam Bender has successfully delivered a hilarious futuristic vision that mirrors our current political and social upheaval in his latest book, Utopia PR.
Bigfoot Gone Wild! With a title like The Easton Falls Massacre: Bigfoot’s Revenge and a cover that sports only a bloody footprint and a screaming face, I was expecting something good and lurid with this book and while I was far from disappointed on that front, what I actually got was something even better. Henry […]
The Breakfast Club meets Nightmare When I review a new book, I like to try and pick two films to compare it to, to give you a ballpark idea of what to expect from it, and to provide a quick and easy reference to gauge whether it’s something you want to read. I don’t do […]
Yellow: Gone are the days when you could throw out this ‘offensive’ word at somebody… Yip, it went the same route as Yosemite Sam’s “lily-livered, bow-legged varmints” and calling Eric Cartman a “fat f*ck.” Do you remember a time when you could have called a politician an abydocomist, Miley Cyrus a bedswerver, a Kardashian cumberworld, […]