[REVIEW] Subcutanean – by Aaron A. Reed

This review initially appeared on http://www.deadheadreviews.com alongside an interview with the author. It’s not hard to catch a reader’s attention when you say no two copies of your book are alike. Fresh-on-the-scene author Aaron A. Reed shows his game designing background with Subcutanean, a suspenseful novel littered with changing areas of text. This isn’t a CYOA…

[REVIEW] Coleridge – by Tom Deady

*3 out of 5* Upon receiving a physical copy of this novella, I decided I would give Coleridge a second read (having felt quite a bit of confusion the first time through, several months back with the e-ARC). I rolled on through it over the last twenty-four hours, and I think I did enjoy it more this…

[REVIEW] The Buck Stops Here – by Sean Seebach

*3.5 out of 5* Alan Baxter’s The Roo started a humorous creature feature series of sorts this year, but so far his has been the best entry. That being said, Sean Seebach’s contribution is way better than Stephanie Rabig’s Playing Possum, which was incredibly boring and soft for a horror novella. The Buck Stops Here,…