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Book Review: Iron Butterflies Rust – Author Lee Thompson

Iron Butterflies Rust by Lee Thompson (Delirium Books) Hardcover Digital Edition Three years after Frank Gunn’s wife pulled his service pistol at the local carnival and set events in motion that stained everyone involved with an eight-year-old boy’s blood, Frank’s life has fallen apart around him—he is on voluntary leave from the police department, the media has made him look …

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Book Review: The Sasha Strange Chronicles – Author K.H. Koehler

Planet Of The Dinosaurs Victorian teen and intrepid inventor Sasha Strange found the doorway…to danger! Just days before she’s to be married to the odious Lord Quinn, Sasha’s latest experimental device backfires and opens a dimensional gateway between our world and a prehistoric planet. What’s worse, it transports not just Sasha, but Sasha’s childhood friend Toby and the unforgivably arrogant …

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Book Review: Martyrs and Monsters – Author Rober Dunbar

Martyrs & Monsters by Robert Dunbar (Uninvited Books) Robert Dunbar’s writing never fails to impress me.  “The Pines”, “The Shore” and “Willey” are all examples of what dark literature can be in the hands of a writer who understands the darkness that lies within all of us and who understands that humanity is  frail, perplexing and unpredictable. Robert’s short story …

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Changing Technologies: Can Your Characters Keep Up? – Author Ronald Malfi

Changing Technologies: Can Your Characters Keep Up? by Ronald Malfi Undoubtedly, there has been countless discussions among writers, publishers, and bibliophiles alike prompted by the Rise of the Ebook. (I put this in caps and imagine the font not unlike those old Planet of the Apes theatrical posters.) While I have my own opinion on the matter, much like anyone …

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John Everson’s NightWhere Released

NightWhere: leave your inhibitions (and your soul) at the door John Everson’s sixth novel (and first for the new Samhain Publishing imprint) has just been released in e-book form, and for those familiar with Everson’s past erotic horror work (released on the now-defunct Leisure Books imprint), get ready – this one trumps them all. One reader recently tweeted, “NightWhere: what …

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Book Review: The Red Empire – Author Joe McKinney

The Red Empire by Joe McKinney Bad Moon Books Hell to Pay The Red Empire is the U.S. Army’s secret weapon against insurgents the world over. A gigantic colony of inch long, super-intelligent fire ants, The Red Empire is capable of fighting any enemy, no matter where they’re hiding. But when the military transport tasked with delivering this weapon washes …

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Martyrs and Monsters by Robert Dunbar on E-Book

Martyrs & Monsters by Robert Dunbar Uninvited Books Mr. Dunbar’s critically acclaimed collection now available for your reading pleasure on E-Book. This is one you don’t want to miss. “A masterpiece.” Dark Scribe Magazine “Substantial amounts of panache and poetic insight.” Cemetery Dance Magazine “Sure to satisfy lovers of both horror and literary fiction.” Shroud Magazine

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