One of Us: A Tribute to Frank Michaels Errington Review

Genre: Horror Length: 618 Pages Publisher: Bloodshot books Release date: November 27, 2020 Synopsis: The horror community lost Frank Michaels Errington in May of 2019, and his absence has been thoroughly felt by all who were lucky enough to interact with him. Kind, gracious, inclusive, and just an all-around nice man, Frank made a large … More One of Us: A Tribute to Frank Michaels Errington Review

Dark Stars: New Tales of Darkest Horror Review

Genre: Horror Length: 368 Pages Publisher: Nightfire Release date: March 22, 2022 Synopsis: Within these pages you’ll find tales of dead men walking, an insidious secret summer fling, an island harboring unspeakable power, and a dark hallway that beckons. You’ll encounter terrible monsters―both human and supernatural―and be forever changed. The stories in Dark Stars run … More Dark Stars: New Tales of Darkest Horror Review

Robert E. Dunn – The Sound of Distant Engines Review

Genre: Occult Horror Length: 166 Pages Publisher: Silver Shamrock Publishing Release date: November 2, 2020 Synopsis: First Sergeant, Colin Matheson a hero and the poster boy for a new kind of warfare in America’s endless Middle East conflicts when he is photographed using a smart rifle to kill from miles away. A lifetime later, he … More Robert E. Dunn – The Sound of Distant Engines Review

BP Gregory – Vu Ja De: Collected Short Stories Review

Genre: Horror Length: 79 Pages Release date: December 3, 2020 Synopsis: A scorned lover delves beneath the earth one final time. A war criminal waiting out his old age in an apartment. Three corporate citizens become lost in the woods and they are so terribly hungry. Enjoy BP Gregory’s latest horror, sci fi and urban … More BP Gregory – Vu Ja De: Collected Short Stories Review

Jonathan Janz – The Raven Review

Genre: Horror Length: 262 Pages Publisher: FLAME TREE PRESS Release date: September 8, 2020 Synopsis: Fearing that mankind is heading toward nuclear extinction, a group of geneticists unleash a plot to save the world. They’ve discovered that mythological creatures such as werewolves, vampires, witches, and satyrs were once real, and that these monstrous genetic strands … More Jonathan Janz – The Raven Review