{Book Review} Cricket Hunters by Jeremy Hepler

Pages: 271 Publisher: Silver Shamrock Publishing Published: September 1, 2019 I've read several of Jeremy Hepler's stories. I read his Bram Stoker Award-nominated The Boulevard Monster, which delivered on numerous fronts. Hepler had already set the bar extremely high for his sophomore effort. I can safely say Cricket Hunters goes above and beyond almost everything I've … Continue reading {Book Review} Cricket Hunters by Jeremy Hepler

{Book Review} Echoes From The Macabre by Daphne du Maurier

This was my first soiree with Daphne du Maurier, and let me tell you, it was a very good evening. She doesn't use cheap thrills to entertain readers. Her agile word play is most excellent on the eyes. It really does make for a quick read. Echoes From The Macabre is filled to the brim … Continue reading {Book Review} Echoes From The Macabre by Daphne du Maurier

{Leisure Time with Glenn Rolfe} The Resurrectionist by Wrath James White

LEISURE TIME w/ GLENN ROLFE Episode Three:  THE RESURECTIONIST by Wrath James White    Welcome to Leisure Time.  I’m your host, Glenn Rolfe.  While I should be hard at work writing a new short story or finishing a novella or a new novel…instead, I’m here with you sharing my thoughts and love for my favorite line of horror books ever.  … Continue reading {Leisure Time with Glenn Rolfe} The Resurrectionist by Wrath James White

{Book Review} A Season In Hell by Kenneth W. Cain

There's nothing like the smell of fresh cut grass on the diamond in Spring. Buying peanuts and crackerjacks. Cheering for the home team. You know it's your team's year to win the pennant. And there's nothing like the seventh inning stretch. A Season In Hell touches on all the things I love about America's pastime. … Continue reading {Book Review} A Season In Hell by Kenneth W. Cain

{Guest Interview} Joanna Koch Chats With Gregor Xane

Today there is a treat for you, or a trick depending how you look at it! Joanna Koch, author in the first volume of In Darkness, Delight: Masters of Midnightanthology from Corpus Press has interviewed Gregor Xane, author in the second volume of In Darkness, Delight: Creatures of the Nightanthology. Madness ensures. Read on…. at … Continue reading {Guest Interview} Joanna Koch Chats With Gregor Xane

Tabitha and Stephen King Turn Their Home Into Archive and Writers’ Retreat

  Earlier this week, the Bangor City Council approved Tabitha and Stephen King's request to rezone their Victorian castle-like mansion for use as a nonprofit. The spooky couple can now turn their home into an archive and writers' retreat. Behind the wrought iron gate with winged serpents and monstrosities stands two houses. One of the … Continue reading Tabitha and Stephen King Turn Their Home Into Archive and Writers’ Retreat

{Leisure Time with Glenn Rolfe} The Backwoods by Edward Lee

  LEISURE TIME with GLENN ROLFE: THE BACKWOODS by Edward Lee   Hey, hey, hey! Welcome to the second edition of Leisure Time with Glenn Rolfe. I’m your host, Glenn, and this time, we’re checking out THE BACKWOODS from splatterpunk master, EDWARD LEE. If you haven’t read Ed’s work yet, you are missing out on … Continue reading {Leisure Time with Glenn Rolfe} The Backwoods by Edward Lee

{Book Review} Shallow Waters Vol. 1: A Flash Fiction Anthology

Shallow Waters Vol. 1 is a cool anthology out of Crystal Lake Publishing. They have been producing some great stuff from some really great authors over the past couple of years. Crystal Lake Publishing started posting monthly writing prompt challenges. The flash pieces that fill this anthology were considered the best of the bunch. I … Continue reading {Book Review} Shallow Waters Vol. 1: A Flash Fiction Anthology