Hunter Shea has definitely become one of my favorite authors. Prior to last year, I had never read any of his works. I started at the beginning of 2014 with his fantastic novella, The Waiting (Samhain Publishing). I followed that with Sinister Entity (Samhain Publishing) and then with his Pinnacle debut, The Montauk Monster. TheContinue reading “REVIEW: Island of the Forbidden by Hunter Shea”
The preliminary ballot for this years Bram Stoker nominees came out this week and I was happy to find out that two books that I’m included in have made that list. This doesn’t mean either will make it through to the final ballot, but it is still pretty cool. In the non-fiction catagory: Horror 101:Continue reading “Preliminary Stoker Nomination News and More”
First off, I want to thank everyone who has purchased, read, reviewed, or shared my debut novella, Abram’s Bridge. It has certainly been an exciting couple of weeks since its release. I am extremely proud of this story, and judging by the flood of reviews, so are you guys, so thanks! My newest review cameContinue reading “UPDATES: Ascension Agenda, Becoming, Things We Fear, plus reviews, interviews, and Cons”
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Glenn Rolfe “The Haunted Halls” Review.
Hell yes! Samhain Horror unleashes new Hunter Shea, new Jonathan Janz, and new Russell James all on the same DAY! January 6, 2015. I’ve read Russell James’s Dreamwalker (Awesome! My interview with Russell will be up on iHorror.com on Wednesday, my review will follow next week). I just started Hunter’s Island of the Forbidden (so far,Continue reading “We’re on the Eve of Destruction: January Horror from Samhain Horror…Cool as Hell”
A few years ago, just as I started writing, I saw Brian Keene blog a list of what he read that year. There were 100 titles. My jaw dropped. I couldn’t believe that that was possible. I always hoped to read between 12 and and 24…. This yea, I set my goal on Goodreads forContinue reading “What I read in 2014 –I Aimed for 45 books, but ended up reading 82!”