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Book Review: Terovolas – Author Edward M. Erdelac


Terovolas Author: Edward M. Erdelac Abraham Van Helsing has been commissioned to return the ashes of one Quincey Morris to his next of kin in Sorefoot Texas. In midst of his journey he stumbles across a bizarre sequence of events. Cadavers are turning up in frequency and intensity. He encounters an unusual ranch comprised of statuesque Norwegian ranchers that may ...

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JournalStone Publishing Announces Its 3rd Annual 2013 Horror Writing Contest


JournalStone Publishing (JSP) President, Christopher C. Payne is pleased to announce the commencement of its third annual Horror Writing Contest. The contest is open to all authors. Submission Requirements: Submissions must be at least 75,000 words or more in length (no exceptions) and must be sent in a Microsoft Word document in Times New Roman 11-point font, single line spacing ...

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Book Review: Twice Shy – Author Patrick Freivald


TWICE SHY By: Patrick Freivald JournalStone Publishing JournalStone Publishing strikes again with hot commodity, Patrick Freivald and Twice Shy. In Ohneka Falls, Ani Romero is a teenage zombie, a carrier of the Z virus struggling to cope with a forbidden secret and survive within human civilization. Twice Shy is an expose of teen angst, cliques and struggles against alienation and ...

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JournalStone Publishing Announces New “Double Down” Book Series


JournalStone Publishing President, Christopher C. Payne is pleased to announce an exciting new, ongoing series of titles JournalStone Publishing will be releasing, premiering in 2013 under the “Double Down” series moniker. The Double Down Series of books will pair an acclaimed author with a gifted, fresh, cutting-edge author selected by the eminent author. Each book will contain an original novella ...

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Book Review: Craving – Author Kristina Meister


CRAVING THE APOCALYPTIC SERIES By Kristina Meister JournalStone Publishing The publishing house becoming increasingly known for fresh, imaginative and inspiring contemporary horror JournalStone strikes once again with Kristina Meister’s Craving. Lily Pierce boards a plane across the country to settle the affairs of her estranged, deceased sister Eva. Strange circumstances begin to unfold while talking with investigating officer Unger. Ever ...

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Jeffrey Wilson’s ‘The Donors’ Arrives per JournalStone


JournalStone Publishing President, Christopher C. Payne is pleased to announce the imminent release of Jeffrey Wilson’s novel, The Donors, which will go on sale on June 29th. An evil force is at work at the Hospital where Nathan is recovering from injuries he received at the hands of his Mom’s abusive ex-boyfriend. Demonic looking men with pale faces and glowing ...

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Book Review: The Demon of Renaissance Drive – Author Elizabeth Reuter


DEMON OF RENAISSANCE DRIVE By Elizabeth Reuter Annabelle a succubus nestled comfortably in the confines of eternal damnation is bored and restless. Her primary role is to deliver a multitude of incubus unto the Lord of Darkness. Gestation ordinarily lasts twenty four hours. Feeling a constant void she longs to experience the emotions of a mortal and devises a plan ...

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Book Review: The Pentacle Pendant – Author Stephen M DeBock


THE PENTACLE PENDANT By: Stephen M DeBock Claire Delaney, a stunning blonde vixen that can best be envisioned as a sort of Charlize Theron type is vacationing in the Caribbean. A tourist approaches her in standard tropical manner and the two volley back and forth witty and whimsical flirts. They agree to meet later for a midnight swim and hopefully ...

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Book Review: The Traiteurs Ring – Author Jeffrey Wilson


THE TRAITEUR’S RING In all honesty I’d initially approached The Traiteur’s Ring with the same enthusiasm as a hippy in the late sixties regarded the Vietnam War. We’re faced with so many every day real horrors in 21st century living one may argue such grisly turmoil has no place within our fictional escapes. Wilson captures this statue of realism exploiting ...

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