[REVIEW] Communion by Steve Stred

I remember reading Ritual at its release and thinking it had a different vibe from Steve’s other work I’d read. Though he’s proven time and again he has the ability to go dark, Ritual was more graphic and gratitious. Though I’m not usually up for that kind of horror, I enjoyed the novella and slight deviation for Steve. In…

[REVIEW] Cricket Hunters by Jeremy Hepler

That was a hell of a finale! The last quarter of this novel is especially good, with the suspense and mystery hyped up and over. I don’t think I’ve ever quite read a book like Cricket Hunters; it’s not only well-written, but unique. Blending genres with ease (drama, coming-of-age, crime/horror, magic), this story features relateable characters,…

[REVIEW] Black Bubbles – by Kelli Owen

This review follows the Poltergeist Press reissue. — It seems like most readers (that I follow) agree that collections are often hit or miss, due to how many stories included you liked or disliked. I’m on this page; it’s not easy for me to love a collection, because usually there’s a handful of stories I…

Get this Limited Release Before It’s Gone! (Nineteen Omnibus)

My 2019 omnibus – appropriately titled, Nineteen – will no longer be in production or listed for sale (with the exception of maybe some third-party sellers who got a copy) after May 2020. This collection features all of Dead as Soon as Born and Kill for Them (with the exception of screenplays and previews), as…

ANOTHER UPDATE FROM QUARANTINE

Written 4/13/20 For the past week, I’ve been contemplating the execution of my release schedule altogether. I’ve had one for months (with all of 2020 mapped out), but it’s already been changed a couple times. The main reason for this was discussed in my previous update – the world is a strange place right now,…