book review, horror

31 Days of Horror: Hellward by James Sale

As Tolkien sought to write a modern English mythology, so Sale seeks to write a Divine Comedy for our time. Inspired by the author’s real life suffering and near death experience while undergoing treatment for cancer, Sale uses Dante as his guide through the 12 wards of hell. Written in the Italian style of a… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Hellward by James Sale

book review, horror, poetry, women in horror

31 Days of Horror: White Noise by Rhonda Parrish

A collection of zombie poems - incredible - and it’s even better than it sounds! This slim volume comprises twenty poems, all themed around zombies. The poems are diverse in their scope. Some are like a complete zombie story in a few words. Poems such as Slippery When Wet, Maybe Not, The Hardest Promise I… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: White Noise by Rhonda Parrish

book review, poetry

Bleeding Orchid by Ruth Anne Garcia

A personal collection of poems that is sure to have a strong emotional impact on anyone who has experienced a major illness. The book contains 55 poems, themed around the three categories of Diagnosis, Sickness and Surgeries, and Remission and Beyond. Each poem is a heartfelt, personal outpouring of the author’s soul as she shares… Continue reading Bleeding Orchid by Ruth Anne Garcia