ARC review, book review, horror

31 Days of Horror: The Portal by Russell James

Released today from Flame Tree Press, a dark tale about the devil seeking to open a door to hell on the quiet island of Stone Harbor. Every three hundred years, Satan has a chance to open a hell mouth on the island of Stone Harbor. His attempt failed in the eighteenth century, but you can’t… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: The Portal by Russell James

book review, horror, short story

31 Days of Horror: Grandma Drinks Blood by Justin Boote

How well do you know your granny? This fun horror short will have you questioning everyone. Chris has to stay with his grandmother while his mother is away, but it’s been a while since he’s seen her and old age hasn’t been kind. Will Chris survive the discovery why Grandma drinks blood? I enjoyed this… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Grandma Drinks Blood by Justin Boote

book review, horror, humor, short story

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

book review, horror, short story

31 Days Of Horror: The Cucumber Man by Darren Gallagher

They recommend humans eat five servings of fruit and vegetables a day, but have you ever considered what the vegetables think about that? It seemed a simple task for Jude to make a tuna and cucumber sandwich for her hungry husband, but when the cucumber started to fight back, Jude’s day got much more complicated.… Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror: The Cucumber Man by Darren Gallagher

book review, horror, science fiction, short story

31 Days of Horror: The Infinity Order by Ben McQueeney

Time travel is a tricksy beast, as Rai finds out in this fun short story from Ben McQueeney. Rai wakes in a dungeon without memory of who he is or why he is there. He soon discovers his mission - to save humanity - but will he succeed? I enjoy the author’s writing style, so… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: The Infinity Order by Ben McQueeney