“Just enough for a drop or two at a time, no more. And how you were tied just right so that the water would hit your forehead dead center each and every time. Of course, as Knuckles told it, the first two hundred drops never did much more than annoy the hell out of you.… Continue reading Review: The Second Coming: A Horror Short Story by Griffin Hayes
“Inside it was as I’d left it, hollow and draped in blue-black shadows like oil paintings of bruises. With more courage than I could claim in daylight or sobriety, I peeked over the back of the sofa and found no one there.” The Grief Frequency by Kealan Patrick Burke is a gripping story of pain,… Continue reading Review: The Grief Frequency by Kealan Patrick Burke
That’s right, The Sirens Call is out! For those of you that have no idea what I am talking about, The Sirens Call is the eZine put together by the lovely ladies over at Sirens Call Publications. I just got my contributor copy via email a few minutes ago and after skimming through and reading some of… Continue reading Have You Seen The Sirens Call Yet??
Women of the Living Dead is here!! Open Casket Press certainly does not waste time putting together an anthology and getting it out to the masses. What does that mean for you? You get great content all that much sooner! Available now on Amazon is Women of the Living Dead, an anthology made up entirely… Continue reading Release: Women of the Living Dead
“Ben cocked his head to the left as he looked at his reflection in her sunglasses. “I look fucked up,” he mumbled.” If you’ve ever wanted to read a story that artistically melds the world of boxing with the subterfuge of a robbery then Time of the Season by William Butler is the book for… Continue reading Review: Time of the Season by William Butler