book review, horror, indie April

The Dead Witch by R M Callahan

Written by a husband and wife team, this series of three books concerns the adventures of Pumpkin Spice - Spice to her friends - a Maine Coon cat who protects her town of Kingsport from evil that tries to destroy it. This is the second book in the series, and it is very closely connected… Continue reading The Dead Witch by R M Callahan

book review, horror, short story

Agoraphobia by Rami Ungar

A new horror short from the Master of Fear. Peyton hasn’t left his house in years. Now a hurricane is besieging his property, but is the ferocity of nature enough to drive him from his home? Ungar managed to pack a lot into this short story. I really emphasized with Peyton. I loved the reasons… Continue reading Agoraphobia by Rami Ungar

book review, horror, women in horror

The Bone Weaver’s Orchard by Sarah Read

After his mother’s death, Charley Winslow is sent to Old Cross School for boys in North Yorkshire, far from his home in South Africa. Set in 1926, this is an old fashioned, stiff upper lip England where the gardener has to sleep in a shed because of being mixed race, and the headmaster rules the… Continue reading The Bone Weaver’s Orchard by Sarah Read

horror, indie April

7th Hell Series Discounted

To celebrate Easter and #IndieApril, you can get 7 Days in Hell, the first book in the 7th Hell series, FREE for the next few days. Get 7 Days in Hell You can also get 7 Weeks in Hell, the second book in the 7th Hell series, discounted on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. Get 7 Weeks… Continue reading 7th Hell Series Discounted

book review, horror, indie April

The Siren and the Spectre by Jonathan Janz

David Caine, renowned sceptic, agrees to spend a month in the most haunted house in Virginia and write a book about it. Unfortunately, his writing isn’t going well. Could it be the proximity to a location from his youth that is dredging up painful memories? Perhaps it’s the sexually aggressive neighbors who abuse their children… Continue reading The Siren and the Spectre by Jonathan Janz