• Author Interviews

    Author Interview – John Everson

    John Everson is a staunch advocate for the culinary joys of the jalapeno and an unabashed fan of 1970s European horror cinema. He is also the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of seven novels, including the erotic horror tour de force of NightWhere and the occult / urban legend mystery of The Pumpkin Man. Other novels include Covenant, Sacrifice, The 13th and his latest, the spider-driven Violet Eyes. His tales have been translated into Polish, French and German and optioned for potential film development. His short stories have been gathered in a handful of collections, including the Cage of Bones & Other Deadly Obsessions and Needles & Sins. A 10th anniversary edition of his Vigilantes of Love was reissued in 2013.…

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    Review of Infernal Machines by Will Millar

      The sins of the past haunt the present in this engaging tale of small town evils. Combines coming of age with horror, mystery, action/thriller and a retro 80s feel into a nicely layered novel that will appeal to a wide range of readers. Will Millar is an author to watch. 4 out of 5 stars Purchase on Amazon

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    Author Interview – Stephen Kozeniewski

    Stephen Kozeniewski lives with his wife and two cats in Pennsylvania, the birthplace of the modern zombie. He was born to the soothing strains of “Boogie With Stu” even though The Who are far superior to Zep, for reasons that he doesn’t even really want to get into right now. During his time as a Field Artillery officer, he served for three years in Oklahoma and one in Iraq, where due to what he assumes was a clerical error, he was awarded the Bronze Star. The depiction of addiction in his fiction is strongly informed by the three years he spent working at a substance abuse clinic, an experience which also ensures…

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    Review – Don’t Need No Water by Evans Light

    Don’t Need No Water by Evans Light My rating: 4 of 5 stars Iverson knows his love Sissy didn’t kill herself, that the town’s sheriff and his friends hurt her. Iverson and his brothers set out to make things right. Blinded by his vengeance, Iverson becomes just as bad as the monsters he’s been putting down. A quick, hard-hitting read. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Recommended~ Purchase on Amazon

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    Review – Thrall by Mary SanGiovanni

    Thrall by Mary SanGiovanni My rating: 5 of 5 stars Blurb: The last thing Jesse Coaglan ever wanted to do was return to his hometown of Thrall, New Jersey. Tucked away in the wilds of the northwestern corner of the state, Thrall has always been a very strange place to live. The town was a poison that affected people’s minds, their souls, their bodies, and their perspectives. So Jesse abandoned his friends and the one woman he loved, and left everything behind. — Seven years later, Jesse has found a reason to return — a reason that, in spite of his best attempts otherwise, he can’t ignore. His old love,…