[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] The Malan Witch – by Catherine Cavendish

THE MALAN WITCH By Catherine Cavendish Published by Silver Shamrock Publishing I’ve been seeing the Cavendish name here and there for the last two years now (thanks to my interest in Flame Tree Press), but this is my first time reading anything more from her than a short story. The Malan Witch is a novella…

[REVIEW] Slaves to Gravity – by Wesley Southard and Somer Canon

SLAVES TO GRAVITY By Wesley Southard and Somer Canon Published by Silver Shamrock Publishing What if you discovered you could fly? That would be pretty useful, right? You could go anywhere for a lot cheaper and without so much frustration. You could see the world. Now, what if there was a cost? Something watches you,…

[REVIEW] Curse of the Pigman – by Asher Ellis

CURSE OF THE PIGMAN By Asher Ellis Published by Silver Shamrock Publishing I went into Curse of the Pigman without any knowledge of its blurbs or synopsis – that’s how much I trust Silver Shamrock. I will excitedly start reading any of their titles without knowing a damn thing about them. So, here’s what I…