book review, horror, indie April

Red Virus by Camille Picott

Welcome to the 1980s and the height of the Cold War. The Cecchina family are a lovely Italian American family living in California, trying to make ends meet by running hunting trips on their two hundred acre property. Their daily worries concern apple prices (their main work is farming apples) and whether the kids get… Continue reading Red Virus by Camille Picott

book review, horror, indie April

DeadMeat Day 7 by Nick Clausen

It’s been one full week since the zombie apocalypse started, and the series continues to go from strength to strength. The book focuses on Dan, who is journeying back to ground zero to see if he can stop the zombies, and Iver, who is trying to survive on an island that is slowly being overrun… Continue reading DeadMeat Day 7 by Nick Clausen

book review, horror, indie April, poetry, short story

Sometime After Midnight by River J Hopkins

This collection of 22 poems and stories was written between 2004 to 2017 during some of the author’s darkest times with depression. I believe the author is also a song writer, and there is a lovely rhythm to her poetry that would make a lot of her poems great lyrics. There are six short stories… Continue reading Sometime After Midnight by River J Hopkins

book review, horror, indie April

Savage by Dan Soule

On the streets of present day Whitechapel, murders reminiscent of Jack the Ripper have caught the attention of Kenny, detective with a difference. Math prodigy, Dylan, wants to keep his head down and study hard, but his mother’s pimp has other plans for him. Perhaps the mysterious men in Number 25 Gallows Court can help… Continue reading Savage by Dan Soule

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