Monthly Archives: September 2016

KIDS by Paul M. Feeney (Book Review)

KIDS by Paul M. Feeney (Dark Minds Press) This was the first time I’ve read anything by Paul M. Feeney. KIDS, as it says on the packet – the cover shows a girl with a bloody knife – is a … Continue reading

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NIGHTMARE REALITY by Kyle Lybeck (Book Review)

NIGHTMARE REALITY by Kyle Lybeck This is Kyle’s second collection but it is my first experience reading his work.  Given the accolades I had heard from others and the blurbs that grace it, I was expecting a dripping bouquet of … Continue reading

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THE TERMINAL by Amber Fallon (Book Review)

THE TERMINAL by Amber Fallon (Fresh Pulp Press) Dirk Bradley isn’t really looking forward to the holidays. His boyfriend has badgered him into a spontaneous visit to the parents who all but abandoned him finding out his sexual proclivity.  This … Continue reading

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OF FOSTER HOMES AND FLIES by Chad Lutzke (Book Review)

OF FOSTER HOMES AND FLIES by Chad Lutzke (Scary Carpet) Sometimes things happen that will throw a boy’s life into chaos. When these things include your surviving parent passing away unexpectedly, a boy may be forced to make decisions that … Continue reading

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LOST SIGNALS: An anthology (Book Review)

LOST SIGNALS: An anthology (Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing) Have you ever heard those late night radio shows that revolve around crackpot conspiracy theories, aliens, teleportation, spirits, and just about anything that puts a speculative spin on this often time mundane … Continue reading

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