book review, horror

Poisonous by Tommy B Smith

Body horror, a new take on vampirism and a circus are some of the delights in this fast paced novella. Set over several decades in the city of St. Charles, the setting for Smith’s prequel of sorts, The Mourner’s Cradle, Poisonous reintroduces the painted face man and reveals his nefarious plot. A strange child is… Continue reading Poisonous by Tommy B Smith

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, horror, science fiction

Leech by Ellie Douglas

1000 years in the future and humanity has solved faster than light travel, instantaneous interstellar communication, and are looking to colonize a distant planet. Haven’t cured stupidity though. John is leader of a team exploring the earth like planet, Sol. After a meteor shower, he picks up one of the rocks to take back to… Continue reading Leech by Ellie Douglas

book review, fantasy, horror, young adult

Unbreakable By Kami Garcia

Move over Sam and Dean Winchester, there’s a new set of demon hunting brothers in town, and this time they’re twins. 17 year old Kennedy Waters has an eidetic memory and is a skilled artist, but is in every other way totally unremarkable. Apart from the fact that she’s a member of a centuries old… Continue reading Unbreakable By Kami Garcia

book review, horror, science fiction, thriller

Earthcore by Scott Sigler

Miners find more than they bargained for when they go deeper under the earth than man has ever ventured before, in this science fiction action thriller by Scott Sigler. Modern day prospector, Sonny McGuinness, thinks his ship has come in when he makes a major find in the Wah Wah mountains of Utah. When Connell… Continue reading Earthcore by Scott Sigler