[REVIEW] Coffin Shadows – by Glen Krisch and Mark Steensland

While new to Krisch, I got a taste of Steensland through the 2019 favorite, In the Scrape (which was a fantastic coming-of-age drama). In some ways, Coffin Shadows reminds me of that story. It’s not scary, but instead relies on the dramatic over scenes of terror. Janet has a past she has tried to forget…

[REVIEW] Perish (Jack Harper, Book 2) – by L. C. Barlow

PERISH (JACK HARPER, BOOK TWO) By L. C. Barlow Published by California Coldblood (An Imprint of Rare Bird Books) Read my review of book one, Pivot, here. Perish marks the second entry in Barlow’s Jack Harper series, a predetermined trilogy that has quickly proven to be as contemplative and intelligent as it is darkly fantastical and…

[REVIEW] Jagged Edges & Moving Parts – by Pete Mesling

JAGGED EDGES & MOVING PARTS By Pete Mesling Published by Other Kingdoms Publishing In its description, Jagged Edges & Moving Parts is said to consist of “tales of terror” that “deliver suspense” with a “consistent literary voice.” While I agree there is a literary voice found throughout Mesling’s writing – that may, in fact, be…

[REVIEW] Ceremony of Ashes – by Jayson Robert Ducharme

CEREMONY OF ASHES – BY JAYSON ROBERT DUCHARME Ducharme’s reissue of Alessa’s Melody has been promoted a lot on social media lately, catching my eye. So, I decided to check out his work on Amazon, seeing as I hadn’t yet read his writing. Ceremony of Ashes was my top result and only $0.99 for the novella in Kindle format….