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New Release: Gateway to Mars by H.E Wilburson

In 1945, a lone astronaut survives a devastating calamity while journeying to the moon. 184 years later, in an alternate dimension that never suffered the Martian invasion of 1906, Martian colonists discover bizarre human remains, and remnants of a book with a dire warning: the Martians are coming. I’m a huge fan of the first… Continue reading New Release: Gateway to Mars by H.E Wilburson

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ARC review: The Nightmare Man by J.H. Markert

Ben Bookman’s latest horror novel has just been released when the murders start. Detective Mills is convinced that the brutal killings are connected to the novelist in the same way as all the weird crimes that plague his small town of Crooked Tree - the Bookman’s dark family secret, somehow linked to a room in… Continue reading ARC review: The Nightmare Man by J.H. Markert

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New Release: Adventures in 1887

I love the concept of this anthology series. Each volume covers a year in the life of New Albion, an island off New York where ordinary humans and magical folk coexist. It’s a shared world series of anthologies, the world designed by the authors in cooperation before they wrote their stories. The stories in Adventures… Continue reading New Release: Adventures in 1887

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ARC review: Motherthing by Ainslie Hogarth

Abby spirals after her ‘normal’, reliable husband becomes depressed following his mother’s suicide. First of all I want to mention how much I love the book cover. It’s so retro and delicious, and I love how it references key aspects of the book. I wouldn’t call this a horror book, in the traditional sense, even… Continue reading ARC review: Motherthing by Ainslie Hogarth

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Oblivion Black by Christa Wojciechowski

After over dosing on heroine, Ona leaves New York City to live with her aunt in the appropriately named quiet town of New Hope. Early into her recovery she lands a job as an assistant to a talented sculptor with a troubled past. As Ona grows closer to her boss, has she substituted one addiction… Continue reading Oblivion Black by Christa Wojciechowski