• Author Interviews

    Author Interview – Bill Braddock

    Bill Braddock, Author of Brew  “BREW is a keg of dark fun and Braddock pops the thing like a shook-up bottle of Bud.  It’s got brains and it’s got heart.  The late Richard Laymon would have loved this one.  Me?  I gulped it right down, with no hangover in the morning.” – Jack Ketchum, four-time Stoker Award winner and author of The Girl Next Door and The Lost  ~ Welcome, Bill! I haven’t seen you around before. Can you give us a little background info? Who are you? Where are you from? What do you do?   Hi, and thanks for having me. I live just outside Philadelphia in West Chester, PA,…

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    400 Days of Oppression by Wrath James White

    Price Drop $1.99 Better grab it quick! Natasha has met the man of her dreams, and there is nothing she wouldn’t do to please him. Kenyatta has taught Natasha about herself, given her a sense of safety she has never felt before, and shown her a whole new world of sexual experiences. Now she must learn the hardest part of love: understanding. To help Natasha overcome her white-trash upbringing and understand African heritage, Kenyatta offers her a wager. A very real and dangerous wager, but one worth taking. Can Natasha’s love endure 400 Days of Oppression? Buy Now on Amazon

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    Review – Clown Tear Junkies by Douglas Hackle

    Clown Tear Junkies by Douglas Hackle  4 out of 5 Stars Blurb:  Within the whacked-out worlds of these twisted tales, only one thing remains the same: Everything is better when laced with the tears of a clown… When a sexually adventurous couple decides to spice things up by bringing bees into the mix, they learn it’s never wise to dial 811 in case of an emergency. A deadbeat dad gains employment as a lady-in-waiting in a fairytale bromance where every character looks exactly like someone else from John Carpenter’s The Thing. The unknowing victim of a cruel prank, a simpleton spends his entire life waiting on a park bench for…

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    Review of Leviathan by Tim Curran

    Published by Severed Press Genres: Horror This novella was a blast! Johnny Horowitz needed to take a vacation. As a full fledged member of the paparazzi, (or as he likes to think of himself, a photo journalist), he was well known by the glitterati and hated by all of them. As such, he was advised by his boss that a forced vacation begins now. Johnny heads to a deserted beach with his camera and his beer and was relaxing quite nicely. Until he found something on the beach. Something that looked like bones. Human bones. And so begins Johnny’s fascination with this particular beach and its secrets. And boy…they are…

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    Author Interview – Ryan C Thomas

    Ryan Thomas works as an editor in San Diego, California. You can catch him on the road with his musical act, Cash’d Out. When he is not writing or rocking out, he is at home with his wife and two dogs watching really bad B-movies or reading comic books. Ryan is the author of The Summer I Died, Hissers, and Born to Bleed amongst numerous others. He was recently good enough to sit across a computer screen from Ravenous Reads and answer some not so random questions. —– So, let’s start general: How did you become a writer? Was it a life long dream, or something you kind of fell…