{Book Review} Dark Screams: Volume Six by Brian James Freeman (Editor) and Richard Chizmar (Editor)

Thanks to Brian James Freeman, Richard Chizmar, NetGalley, and Hydra for the advanced reader copy! This is a solid short-story anthology! (Note: Goodreads says it is a collection, but it is not! A collection is short-stories from only one author, which can be themed.) This anthology includes short stories by Stephen King, Lisa Morton, Nell … Continue reading {Book Review} Dark Screams: Volume Six by Brian James Freeman (Editor) and Richard Chizmar (Editor)

{Book Review} Just Add Water by Hunter Shea

I would like to thank Hunter Shea,ย Lyrical Underground, and NetGalley for the advance reader copy! I didn't know what to expect when I started reading this book. I only knew two things: I loved the cover and I've heard great things about Hunter Shea's work. Just Add Water is old school horror! I'm talking old, … Continue reading {Book Review} Just Add Water by Hunter Shea

{Book Review} Apartment 14F: An Oriental Ghost Story by C.M. Saunders

Jerry leaves London for Beijing to teach English. Everything seems to be going smooth, ย but his predecessor mysteriously disappeared. He moves into his predecessor'sย old apartment, which is 14F. Jerry begins having strange dreams about a ghost in his apartment. He starts hearing things. The lights in his apartment flicker from time to time. Sometimes the … Continue reading {Book Review} Apartment 14F: An Oriental Ghost Story by C.M. Saunders

{Book Review} The Hematophages by Stephen Kozeniewski

Stephen Kozeniewski hasn't just crafted a great book, he has crafted a futuristic world! The Hematophages is about Paige Ambroziak, a doctoral student who has lived her whole life on the planet Yloft. She is considered a "station bunny," and she has never been to deep space. She is offered the job of a lifetime, … Continue reading {Book Review} The Hematophages by Stephen Kozeniewski

{Book Review} Unseemly by Jason Parent

Peter Callum is an archaeologist (grave robber) who is lured out to Dungarradh by Dervish (his former business partner). Dungarradh is a small Scottish island with a huge secret. Peter Callum finds himself over his head in the local folklore. What he finds in Dungarradh is more than he bargained for. His teammate goes missing. … Continue reading {Book Review} Unseemly by Jason Parent

{Book Review} Flowers In A Dumpster by Mark Allan Gunnells

Flowers In A Dumpster is an instant classic! I had never heard of Mark Allan Gunnells before reading this short story collection. If Clive Barker suggests this book, you know it is worth a read. This book is comprised of 17 stories that will terrify you and make you laugh. I have never seen a … Continue reading {Book Review} Flowers In A Dumpster by Mark Allan Gunnells

{Book Review} The Halloween Children by Brian James Freeman and Norman Prentiss

Brian James Freeman and Norman Prentiss have concocted a great story! This book is set at Stillbrook Apartments, which are quiet and affordable. The main characters are the handyman, his wife, and his two children. Everything is normal and the neighbors are friendly. As Halloween quickly approaches, strange things begin to happen around the apartment … Continue reading {Book Review} The Halloween Children by Brian James Freeman and Norman Prentiss

{Book Review} In Sunlight or In Shadow by Lawrence Block

In Sunlight or In Shadow is made up of 17 authors and edited by Lawrence Block. This short story collection is inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper. Each story in this book is uniquely different, which makes this book enjoyable. The authors who collaborated on this project span the genres. These stories are hit … Continue reading {Book Review} In Sunlight or In Shadow by Lawrence Block