book review, fiction, horror

June in Review

June has been a months of highs and lows. I released 7 Weeks in Hell, which got to #6 on Amazon.co.uk horror comedy bestseller list. Littlest pup passed away this month. Book Launch Nestled between counties Limerick and Cork in Southern Ireland, something evil lurks in the place of High Death. When Vicky’s boss offers… Continue reading June in Review

book review, fiction

Will Shakespeare Die? By Gordon James

There is more things in heaven and earth, dear reader, than are dreamt of in a play writes imagination. It seems simple enough. Kit’s writing a play about Shakespeare’s life, Roz is directing it, Thom is starring. Back in Tudor times, the bard wonders about his legacy carrying on into the future. But nothing is… Continue reading Will Shakespeare Die? By Gordon James

book review, fiction, short story

Random man By Layden Robinson

I’m not sure what kind of wine inspired the stories in this collection, which manage to hit on some truths while staying true to their random nature. First up is Freddy Fudtucker, a brief description of the life of a dude who held up two fingers to everything. Who doesn’t love a story that features… Continue reading Random man By Layden Robinson

book review, fiction, thriller

Rabbit Hole by Jon Richter

Full of hot topics such as true crime podcasts and white collar boxing, Rabbit Hole is the perfect book for anyone who wants to know. After losing her job, journalist Elaine Napier starts The Frozen Files, a true crime podcast investigating real life cold cases. First up is the five year old disappearance of a… Continue reading Rabbit Hole by Jon Richter

fantasy, fiction, horror, writing

Half Way Through 2020

I can’t believe we are at the half way point of the year already. Soon will be the Summer Solstice, and after that the days will be growing shorter once more and winter will be on its way. I couldn’t have predicted the things that have happened in the last six months, but it isn’t… Continue reading Half Way Through 2020