Book Review: For When The Veil Drops by West Pigeon Press

Title: For When The Veil Drops Authors: A.A. Garrison, Paul L. Bates, Bryan Brown, Robin Wyatt Dunn, J.R. Hamantaschen, Christian Larsen, B.V. Lawson, Samuel Minier, Nick Medina, Doug Murano, Joshua Clark Orkin, Yarrow Paisley, Lydia Peever, Michael Trudeau, and Michael Wehunt Genre: Short Story Collection, Anthology, Dark Fiction Age Group: Adult Rating: 4 stars Purchase: […]

Book Review: Hair Side, Flesh Side by Helen Marshall

Title: Hair Side, Flesh Side Author: Helen Marshall Genre: Dark Fiction, Anthology, Short Story Collection Age Group: Adult (18+) Rating: 3 stars Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. A child receives the body of Saint Lucia of Syracuse for her seventh birthday. A rebelling angel rewrites the Book of […]

Book Review: Shades: Eight Tales of Terror by D. Nathan Hilliard

Title: Shades: Eight Tales of Terror Author: D. Nathan Hilliard Genre: Ghosts, Horror, Short Story Collection Publisher: Amazon Publication Date: March 18th, 2012 Goodreads | B&N | Amazon (Paperback) | Amazon (Kindle) Review copy provided by the author in exchange for honest review. Here there be ghosts… Within these pages lurks a cast of phantoms […]

Book Review: You Shall Never Know Security by J.R. Hamantaschen

You Shall Never Know Security is a horror short story collection by author J.R. Hamantaschen. I’m a big fan of horror novels, as you may or may not know. I’m especially fond of ghosts, but I’ll take anything as long as it gives me chills. Zombies and gore fests aren’t always my preferences, but I enjoy them once in a while. J.R. Hamantaschen’s collection is unique in that it dares to venture outside the box of what’s considered normal and reasonable for the horror genre. It tells us creepy stories about parasites residing in the protagonist’s brain, companies coming up with plans to catch sexual offenders by using androids, people searching for portals to other dimensions, and much more. The collection is very diverse, but one thing remains the same throughout all the stories: they’re scary.

Book Review Hellbound and Giveaway

Title: Hellbound Author: Su Halfwerk Genre: Horror, Short Story Collection Publication Date: February 2012 Publisher: Double-Dragon Publishing Rating: 4 Author’s Website | Book Trailer | Author’s Blog | Facebook Buy from: Publisher | Amazon | B&N One-way ticket to Hell. Bart is a greedy morgue attendant with money on his mind. He gets more than […]