book review, horror, short story

The Encampment by the Gorge & Blood Memory by Zachary Ashford

Two thrilling horror stories comprise book #30 of the Short Sharp Shocks! Series. In The Encampment by the Gorge, a group of workers building a road through an uninhabited area of Australia seek those responsible for killing the site’s guard dogs. I may be biased to Ashford’s writing, as I am a fan of everything… Continue reading The Encampment by the Gorge & Blood Memory by Zachary Ashford

book review, horror, humor, short story

Waste Not by Rhonda Parrish

Zombie stories don’t get much better than this, with Rhonda Parrish’s three funny takes on the genre. Waste Not is the most familiar zombie story of the book, with a family trying to survive on their homestead. I loved the characters, and the ending was good, creepy fun. Feeders is a view of the zombie… Continue reading Waste Not by Rhonda Parrish

book review, horror, science fiction, short story

The Chihuahua Centipede by Nicholas Gray

Happy Hatchday to my PA Everyone needs some killer giant centipede science fiction horror in their life. Eight years after a horrific car accident that changed his life, Cade lives a simple existence working at a deep drill oil mine. The day starts out as normal, driving to work with his best friend, Ricardo, but… Continue reading The Chihuahua Centipede by Nicholas Gray

fiction, horror, short story, writing

They’re Coming To Get You by Iseult Murphy

Nina saw the overturned boat first, caught up in the weeds near the side of the lake, and then the dozen dead bodies sprawled naked on the shore. Dad had brought her to the park to feed the ducks, but he’d forgotten the bread, and now he sat on the bench glued to his phone.… Continue reading They’re Coming To Get You by Iseult Murphy

fiction, horror

Read This You Must!

If you are not already following Weave A Web blog, you really should start. It is full of interesting things, and a wonderful story is posted every day. Today’s post is extra special. Little did I know, that in the second half of 2020, I was being watched keenly and closely by an intelligence greater… Continue reading Read This You Must!