[FREE E-BOOK] Following the Dead Tracks – A Short Story

For those who do not yet know, I have started reissuing my releases this year through my publicity imprint, Snow-Capped Press. I recently assigned a Lead Editor to my team, and she has been helping me with revising everything. Though this specific story isn’t a reissue, the following information still applies to its availability as…

[FREE E-BOOK] Wild Minds – A Short Story

For those who do not yet know, I have started reissuing my releases this year through my publicity imprint, Snow-Capped Press. I recently assigned a Lead Editor to my team, and she has been helping me with revising everything. “Wild Minds” was released last year as a Kindle single, and also appeared in the Dead…

[REVIEW] Tomb of Gods – by Brian Moreland

*4.5 out of 5* When I first heard about Tomb of Gods, I thought it would like Indiana Jones or The Mummy. While part of this book does hold such influence, it also takes you places never expected. In fact, the final quarter of this novel will turn your world upside down and dangle you…

[REVIEW] Until Summer Comes Around – by Glenn Rolfe

*3.5 out of 5* I’ve been meaning to read Glenn Rolfe for a while now, so when Flame Tree presented this ARC as a coming-of-age horror story, I decided the time was now. I didn’t know it was about vampires prior to reading the book, otherwise I may not have signed up for it. Vampires…

[REVIEW] The Wise Friend – by Ramsey Campbell

*4 out of 5* I’d heard his name, but never read Ramsey Campbell prior to The Wide Friend. This unique and intriguing novel caught my interest enough that I will continue picking up Campbell books along my journeys. This story felt less like horror and more like mystery, for me. And I’m fine with that….

[REVIEW] Kind Nepenthe – by Matthew V. Brockmeyer

This review originally appeared on Kendall Reviews in 2019. *4.5 out of 5* “Rebecca thought she’d find a hippie paradise when she moved to the desolate back hills of Humboldt County. A place to commune with nature and teach her five-year-old daughter how to live off the land. Instead she discovered a nightmare.” Kind Nepenthe…