I was doubtful when I picked up Khost for review. I’d never read a military horror novel before, though I’ve always been a big fan of the first two Alien movies. The Alien movies are military science fiction, so I thought that perhaps the two genres would be similar. They were.Continue
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Just reviewed Deadly Offer, by Caroline B. Cooney. (READ MORE)
Althea craves popularity. She wants to be a cheerleader - swooned over by all the jocks and the envy of all the girls. When, against custom, she…Continue
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I just reviewed Wanted!, by Caroline B Cooney (READ MORE).
When Ally gets a phone call from her dad asking her to grab a couple of discs and drive (without a license!) in his corvette to "the place where she gets ice cream,"…Continue
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I just reviewed Warm Bodies, by Isaac Marion (READ MORE).
R is an above-average-intelligence zombie (he can speak 4-6 syllable sentences!) who is living a doll-drum life in an abandoned airplane - but his un-life…Continue
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British couple, Michael and Emily Torrance lived perfect lives, he was a writer of horror
fiction getting paid for his hobby, and Emily was immersed in her life as a teacher. Their
world was complete when Emily fell pregnant and their family was set to…
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I stayed up late the other night to watch American Horror Story. I shouldn't have, really. I've been setting aside late nights as writing time. My…
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If you like vampire stories, please check out my short story 'Twinned With Darkness'. It's a great quick read for fans of…Continue
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Bill Swears calls himself a service brat. He was born in Great Falls, Montana. He’s lived in England, Iran, Germany, and nine states. Bill flew military helicopters for twenty-two years, seven in the Army and fifteen in the Coast Guard. He sold his first short story while he was a Coast Guard rescue helicopter pilot, and immediately began writing a book. He finished that manuscript ten years later, after retiring from active duty.…Continue
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I used my Facebook friends to critique many different designs. I did all the work and this was the final design everybody chose. "Shocking Press Publications" is my publisher. At this time I'm just doing Kindle, but I was #85 for Spine Chilling Horror.
Here is a large version of the Cover.…Continue
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A Satan Carol by spiritual horror author Alan Steven Kessler combines elements of the macabre and parody/satire to explore the concepts of free will and evil. Not having read in this horror subcategory before, I was intrigued when I received a copy of this ebook for review.
The story begins in 1848…Continue
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Pleased to announce Hellfire Publishing picked my short horror story 'Old Looshi' for their 'Hellfire Book Of Beltane Anthology', but what makes this so special is the proceeds for the anthology go to St. Jude's Children's Hospital!
A great book for a great cause!
The benefit anthology will be available April 30th, the day marking Hellfire opening their…Continue
Added by Nishi Serrano on March 13, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Edited by Kathryn Ptacek.
Published by Tor Horror, 1990.
The second volume of Women of Darkness continues in the same vein as the first book. The 18 stories are mostly modern (for 1990), and feature stories by Nina Hoffman, Kiel Stuart, Yvonne Navarro, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and Jean Paiva, for starters. For the most part,…
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Review: Women of Darkness
Published by Tor Horror, 1988.
Women of Darkness is an anthology that was published in 1988. It is a collection of 20 stories of horror and dark fantasy from feminist perspectives. Women of Darkness features stories by Melanie Tem, Tanith Lee, Nancy V. Berberick, and Lisa Tuttle, among…Continue
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