A Taste of Blood Wine – Guest Book Review The copy on the front definitely captures a lot about this book. “Throbs with lush romanticism,” says The Times. That’s a perfect description right there.
Author: Joseph Stone Title: Criminal Beware Genre: Horror / Mystery / Dark Fantasy This novel provides a detailed start to a paranormal series that explores the idea of werewolves against the backdrop of 1920s San Diego and the speakeasy environment.
Title: Incarnata Author: Brandon Faircloth Genre: Horror Incarnata is a collection of seventeen short horror stories which begin as standalone stories, and in the second half of the book start to tie together. The stories revolve around another realm called Incarnata, the portal used to cross over to it, the monsters who live… Read More Editorial Review – Incarnata
Title: My Uncle Makes Dolls to Replace Souls in Hell Author: Brandon Faircloth Genre: Horror In My Uncle Makes Dolls to Replace Souls in Hell, Cora discovers the disturbing reality about her estranged uncle Teddy’s life (and death). Teddy has left Cora a massive inheritance, but only under the condition that she read… Read More Editorial Review – My Uncle Makes Dolls to Replace Souls in Hell
Title: You Saw Something You Shouldn’t Have Author: Brandon Faircloth Genre: Horror You receive a text from an unknown sender early in the morning and it says: You saw something you shouldn’t have. Also the title of the book, this tale of a mysterious creature taunting a man as everything and everyone in… Read More Editorial Review – You Saw Something You Shouldn’t Have
Title: The Outsiders: Book One Author: Brandon Faircloth Genre: Science Fiction / Thriller When Jason witnesses his grandfather hauling a woman’s lifeless body into the backyard under the cover of night, he is understandably concerned. After confronting his grandfather the next morning at breakfast, Jason is pulled into increasingly elaborate justifications for murder… Read More Editorial Review – The Outsiders
The first time I had to put Douglas L. Wilson’s Affinity’s Window down because I was too scared was on page 51. If you think that sounds like it’s not very far into the novel, that’s because it isn’t. The sun was going down, the back of my neck had begun to prickle, and I… Read More Affinity’s Window – Book Review