Monthly Archives: November 2016

CRAWLERS by Ray Garton (Book Review)

CRAWLERS by Ray Garton (RGB Publishing) Ray Garton returns to Mt. Crag in this sci-fi fused horror novella that will make you think twice the next time you have to buy flowers for your wife.  Garton’s return to the sleepy … Continue reading

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PERVERSE HUMANITY by Kyle Lybeck (Book Review)

PERVERSE HUMANITY by Kyle Lybeck This is Kyle Lybeck’s debut collection (I read and reviewed his most recent a few months ago) and this is a much more violent creature than his newer one.  Lybeck came out with a super-soaker … Continue reading

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CHASING GHOSTS by Glenn Rolfe (Book Review)

CHASING GHOSTS by Glenn Rolfe (Sinister Grin Press) Naples, Maine is a small town like any other. Except for beneath the idyllic New England beauty and folksiness, there is something sinister lurking.  The Cobbs were a feeble and unsettling clan … Continue reading

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JUDGING BOOKS BY THEIR COVERS by Robert Essig, with Evans Light.

  JUDGING BOOKS BY THEIR COVERS (and Some Words with Evans Light) by Robert Essig We’re told not to judge a book by its cover, as if publishers purposely place unrepresentative covers on books just to grab the consumer’s attention. … Continue reading

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SPOORLOOS – The Hill (Music Review)

SPOORLOOS  – The Hill album Spoorloos is a solo project written/recorded and performed by Thuringwethil ( Larissa Elaine Glasser) She is an academic librarian, a writer of dark fantasy and horror fiction, and is co-founder of the Witching Metal band, … Continue reading

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