[REVIEW] From Death Reborn – by Kenneth W. Cain

FROM DEATH REBORN – by Kenneth W. Cain Publisher: Silver Shamrock Publishing Available: April 2021 Verdict: 4.25 out of 5.0 Overview: (Courtesy of Goodreads listing) In the spaces between Heaven and Hell there is the un-life, a place where all beings are but pieces on a chessboard. Influenced by greed and power and love, each…

[REVIEW] A Dark and Secret Place – by Jen Williams

A DARK AND SECRET PLACE – BY JEN WILLIAMS Published by Crooked Lane Books / Available June 2021 Verdict: 4 out of 5 ~ Overview: Heather’s mother has committed suicide. More baffling are the letters Heather has discovered upon her return home; letters of continued contact between her mother and the serial killer called the…

[NEWS] Live Panel w/ Eerie River Publishing

I will be chatting live with @JaninePipe28 , @readsvicarious , and Eerie River Publishing this coming Saturday, April 17! (usernames are Twitter handles) Join us as we talk indie horror, authors, reviews, and how they got into the business! Q & A’s will happen! Watch it here! (this post altered from original Twitter update from…

[REVIEW] Electric Midnight: Dog Eat Dog – by Andrew Post

ELECTRIC MIDNIGHT: DOG EAT DOG – by Andrew Post Published by Andrew Post / Available March 2021 Verdict: 5 out of 5 ~ Overview: It’s the “turn of the century,” 1999, in Detroit. A mafia stash house is hit by a rival family. Hitmen are contracted on both sides. Dog Eat Dog is the first…

[REVIEW] The Flashlighters – by Daniel Barnett

THE FLASHLIGHTERS (Nightmareland Chronicles, Book #4) By Daniel Barnett Self-Published Available January 2021 You know, at this point, I feel like it’s safe to say Daniel Barnett is the new Stephen King. His writing is complex, yet approachable. His characters are driven and complete with rich backgrounds and dramatic stories to reveal. His settings are…

[REVIEW] Come Forth in Thaw – by Jayson Robert Ducharme

COME FORTH IN THAW By Jayson Robert Ducharme Self-Published Available February 2021 Being a parent (and one that suffers from depression and anxiety), this novella pulled the floor out from under me several times. For this story, Ducharme has created a fictional (American) version of the Suicide Forest from Japan. A mother has gone there…