• Book Reviews,  Guest Reviews

    {Guest Review by Mario Guslandi} The Haunted Tropics: Caribbean Ghost Stories

    by Martin Munro (Editor) on October 6, 2015 Genres: Horror Pages: 228 Buy on Amazon Goodreads "This book brings together some of the region's leading contemporary authors, from the anglophone, francophone and hispanophone Caribbean, as well as the United States and Canada, and constitutes a unique, transcultural anthology in which living authors evoke the dead, the undead and the dying, the ghosts that haunt their experiences and their works as modern writers of the Caribbean"-- ***The content of this review/article does not reflect the official opinion of Horror After Dark or its Team Members. Responsibility for the information and views expressed in this review/article [therein] lies entirely with the author(s)…

  • Book Reviews,  Guest Reviews

    {Guest Review by Glen Donaldson} The Carpathian Assignment by Chip Wagar

    Format: eBook Buy on Amazon ***The content of this review/article does not reflect the official opinion of Horror After Dark or its Team Members. Responsibility for the information and views expressed in this review/article [therein] lies entirely with the author(s) who submitted the work. HAD~   Dracula has always been top of the food chain as far as vampires go. Irish novelist and short story writer Bram Stoker took six years to write the original novel titled “Dracula” back in the 1890’s. The literary tradition of the vampire had of course been established some seventy-five years before Stoker’s book by John Polidori’s (friend of ‘Frankenstein’ creator Mary Shelly) “The Vampyre”.…

  • Author Interviews,  Guest Reviews

    Author Spotlight: Eric A. Shelman {Winter of Zombie Blog Tour 2014}

              Your name.    What the hell do you need my name for?  Are you from the guv’ment?   Okay.  Better that people know it.  Eric A. Shelman.  And no … the “A” isn’t for Asshole.  (It’s for Asswipe.)     Why zombies?  People seem to like zombies.  Some people ONLY read zombies.  That kinda baffles me, but to each their own.   As a reader, though, I read everything King and Koontz and Follett (okay, not horror but GREAT) write, and it does not matter one shit-whit to me whether it’s about a rabid dog, a crazed book reviewer, a dome over a town, a hired assassin,…