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31 Days of Horror: Diggum by Isaac Thorne

Everyone has a a story to tell, and some are more surprising than others. Personal tragedy led Diggum to take on any job he could get, which happened to be digging graves. His hatred for God soon has him acting out his own brand of revenge against the Almighty. Told with laconic sincerity, the author… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Diggum by Isaac Thorne

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31 Days of Horror: Monster Within by Joel Spriggs

Face death and on that day, as Sun Tzu says, you will finally meet the man. On his way home from school, a fifth grader is attacked by a human monster. What will he do to survive? Desperate times call for desperate measures. While this is a horror short story, there are still Sprigg’s touches… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Monster Within 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

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31 Days of Horror: Behind by William F Aicher

The seventh installment of Aicher’s Creepy Little Bedtime Story series delivers as promised. Single mother, Vanessa, longs for the brief moments she has to herself at the end of the day after her young son, Asa, has gone to bed. However, things never go as smoothly as we’d like. It’s difficult to review this chilling… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Behind by William F Aicher

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31 Days of Horror: Bleak Precision by Greg Chapman

Eight exquisite horror stories and one essay on horror, illustrated by the author’s own stunning artwork, make this collection by 2 time Bram Stoker Award nominee a book you don’t want to miss. Taking point for this collection is Kakaphony, about the nightmare of hearing voices and the dark path it can lead you down… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Bleak Precision by Greg Chapman