[REVIEW] Savage Island – by Brian Moreland

SAVAGE ISLAND by Brian Moreland 3.75 out of 5.0 stars Publisher: Silver Shamrock Publishing Genre Tags: Island Horror, Isolation, Predators, Eco-Horror Tomb of Gods, Brian Moreland’s most recent novel, was one of my favorite reads in 2020. As such, I was excited when this novella was announced. Two friends go on vacation, one to heal…

[REVIEW] Red X – by David Demchuk

RED X by David Demchuk 3.75 out of 5.0 stars Publisher: Strange Light Genre Tags: Horror, Monsters, Queer Horror, Queer Lit This is a difficult book to review. On one hand, there are so many things I love about it: the mystery, the queer representation, the unsettling sequences, the mystical and fantastical creatures, the numerous…

MILK TEETH Synopsis and Preview

Originally posted on Snow-Capped Press:
Milk Teeth releases October 20th in paperback and digital. Andrew Post is also the author of Mondo Crimson, Chop Shop, Aftertaste, and more. SYNOPSIS Sephorina?Breathland would do anything for her family. She’d even trick men into coming home with her so her kinfolk can kill them and drink their blood.…

[REVIEW] August’s Eyes – by Glenn Rolfe

3.75 out of 5 ** THIS REVIEW CONTAINS MINOR SPOILERS ** This is my second novel by Rolfe. I had a similar experience with August’s Eyes as I did with Until Summer Comes Around. There’s a strong flow of events, mostly even pacing, and characters marred in drama. All of that is good. For the…

[REVIEW] Ride or Die – by James Newman

About half way, this story goes from revenge vandalism to devilish face-off at the drop of a hat. Things get dangerous and creepy with little warning, and when the action starts up, it doesn’t really let up until the end. My score mostly reflects my interest in this type of horror. Though I love stories…