Review: Geddy’s Moon by John Mulhall
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Book Review: Geddy’s Moon by John Mulhall

Wow! Ok, I am not just excited about the total gem of a book called Geddy’s Moon. I am even more excited because I have found an amazing talent in a brand-new-to-me author named John Mulhall and can’t believe this is his debut novel. Yay! A fabulous new author to read! Oh, this…

Without by E.E. Borton
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Book Review: Without by E.E. Borton

Without, by E.E. Borton in a touching, thought-provoking post-apocalyptic tale. I finished this book several days ago and I am still thinking about the characters I’ve read about in this story. It is a fabulous read! The author has a gift, that’s for sure. He made me feel something for…

Shades Eight Tales of Terror by D Nathan Hilliard
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Book Review: Shades: Eight Tales of Terror by D. Nathan Hilliard

“Shades: Eight Tales of Terror” has a classic theme: ghost stories. As the author points out in the introduction, true, good-old-fashioned ghost stories have fallen by the wayside. Now, the horror section is often filled with books about vampires, zombies, and disturbingly creative serial killers—and all of those things are…

Review: Best New Zombie Tales, Vol. 1, James Roy Daley, Editor
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Book Review: Best New Zombie Tales, Vol. 1, James Roy Daley, Editor

There’s wicked zombie goodness right here in this book, and it’s a must-read if you’re a zombie fan like I am. Seriously, don’t miss it; it belongs in every zombie fan’s collection. Each one of these tales is a horrific, well-written treat! There are nineteen (yes, 19!) short stories in…

The Subway Collection by Billie Sue Mosiman
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Book Review: The Subway Collection by Billie Sue Mosiman

Short stories really have a chance to shine in the horror genre, and the gems in Billie Sue Mosiman’s The Subway Collection do not disappoint—the four tales are atmospheric, surprising, and pack a visceral punch! In “Dark Reality,” Mosiman immediately sets the small-town scene with both description and the narrator’s…

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Book Review: Carnival of Cryptids Anthology by Matt Posner

Carnival of Cryptids Anthology by Matt Posner “Carnival of Cryptids,” is a horror anthology that captures, as one carnie in the book puts it, the “mystery and majesty of the world”—as well as this reader’s imagination! The book begins in the first person, with a child of indeterminate age demanding…

the endlands vol i by vincent hobbes
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Book Review: The Endlands (Vol I) by Vincent Hobbes

“The Endlands” is the first volume in a short horror story anthology featuring seventeen stories by twelve different authors. Many of the stories have a strong “Twilight Zone” feel, with unexpected endings and twists that will definitely shock you. This is a group of well-written little gems! The first story,…