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

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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

Jason Parent – What Hides Within Review

Review copy provided in exchange for an honest review. A murdered child, a talking spider and an odd roommate all come together in What Hide Within. The book was a mixed bag, and hit and miss for me on several points. There were a lot of characters in this book, normally that isn’t an issue, but many didn’t feel significant in the … More Jason Parent – What Hides Within Review

Jason Parent – Wrathbone and Other Stories Review

Review copy provided as part of the Wrathbone and Other Stories blog tour. Wrathbone and other stories is a quick and engaging read. The title story is very well written and I really enjoyed where the story took me. Was it a slow slide into madness for General Henry Wrathbone or was madness there all … More Jason Parent – Wrathbone and Other Stories Review