Joe Hart – Something Came Through Review

Genre: Horror Length: 223 Pages Publisher: Black Spine Books Release date: October 29, 2019 Synopsis: Fear is a place, and to get there it’s as easy as looking in the mirror. Wall Street Journal bestselling author Joe Hart returns to the horror arena with his second collection of twisted and unsettling tales featuring monstrosities of … More Joe Hart – Something Came Through Review

Adam Howe & James Newman – Scapegoat Review

Genre: Horror Length: 215 Pages Publisher: Honey Badger Press Release date: October 5, 2018 Synopsis: March 29, 1987… For metalheads Mike Rawson, Lonnie Deveroux, and Pork Chop, an RV road trip to Wrestlemania III becomes a one-way ticket to hell. While delivering an illegal shipment of counterfeit wrestling merchandise, an ill-fated shortcut through the Kentucky backwoods … More Adam Howe & James Newman – Scapegoat Review

Lucy A. Snyder – Garden of Eldritch Delights Review

Genre: Speculative Fiction Length: 184 Pages Publisher:  Raw Dog Screaming Press Release date: October 18, 2018 Synopsis: Master short story author Lucy A. Snyder is back with a dozen chilling, thought-provoking tales of Lovecraftian horror, dark science fiction, and weird fantasy. Her previous two collections received Bram Stoker Awards and this one offers the same high-caliber, trope-twisting prose. … More Lucy A. Snyder – Garden of Eldritch Delights Review

Spotlight – Doorbells at Dusk Interview with Curtis Lawson

Curtis Lawson, Author Contributor to Doorbells at Dusk Anthology How does your story in Doorbells at Dusk tie-in with Halloween? CL: My story takes place on Halloween night, where a troubled young man seeks out the truth of his heritage on the night when the veil between worlds is at its thinnest. Give readers a … More Spotlight – Doorbells at Dusk Interview with Curtis Lawson