book review, fantasy, humor, Tyche books

The Witch’s Diary by Rebecca Brae

After some unwise drunken spell casting leaves initiate witch, Hester Digitalis Wishbone, without her magic, she finds herself in a desperate search for a job that can accommodate her unusual position and give her the necessary work experience to qualify as an Adept Witch. This book was such a joy to read. I loved all… Continue reading The Witch’s Diary by Rebecca Brae

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Psycho Hose Beast From Outer Space by C D Gallant-King

From the title, I expected a fun, goofy 1950s science fiction B movie of a book about hose shaped aliens. Instead, it’s a fun adventure set in 1992 about a group of friends in a quiet Newfoundland town. Had I known before I read the book that hose beast was a derogatory name for a… Continue reading Psycho Hose Beast From Outer Space by C D Gallant-King

book review, horror, humor, short story, women in horror

Psycho Gets Her Man by Camille Picott

The second outing for stoner chums, Santa Claus and Rudolph, sees them journey to Ancient Greece. After unleashing the zombie apocalypse, Nick and Rudy seek to escape being eaten by using a time machine to travel back to before the zombies arrived. Nick takes a fancy to the first young woman they meet, but it… Continue reading Psycho Gets Her Man by Camille Picott

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Short Fiction by Joel Spriggs

I love Joel Spriggs’s blend of humor and horror, and these three short stories were winners with me. A young man contemplates suicide after being stood up for a date, but can a mischievous spirit change his mind? Despite its dark theme, I found this short story uplifting. Spriggs handles the subject matter well, making… Continue reading Short Fiction by Joel Spriggs

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31 Days of Horror: Twisted Grin by Evan Starkman

Funny, gross and imaginative, this is a strong collection of short stories from Evan Starkman. Un-supernatural starts the collection with a light tone. It is the story of Ben, whose kindness and non violent ways is threatening his vampirism. I had to turn off my over analytical mind to fully enjoy this story. The whys… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Twisted Grin by Evan Starkman