Posts Tagged ‘books’

News – Publication Date Announced for Supernatural Thriller Nightscape: Cynopolis

Imperiad Entertainment has announced that the next highly anticipated installment in the Nightscape series of supernatural thrillers will be published on October 20, 2015. Titled Nightscape: Cynopolis, the book by David W. Edwards will be released in paperback, e-book and audio formats. The book will be sold via Amazon and other online retailers as well [...]

News – Lucidity, A Thrilling New Novel by Ray S. Kent, is Now Available!

Walk if you dare the razor’s edge between sleep and waking, dreams and nightmares… Heaven and Hell. Book One of the Lucidity Series by Ray S. Kent is now available! Click past the break for where to order and more info!

News – Horror Author Anthony Crowley to Have a Book Launch at the Museum of Witchcraft

A quick update on horror author Anthony Crowley, a prolific writer of Gothic horror and a really nice guy. He will have a book launch at the Museum of Witchraft (which sounds so very wicked, but in a good way!) in October, we will have more info coming soon. Until then, you might want to [...]

News – Dream Works to Develop Michael Crichton’s Micro

A bit of sci-fi news for all our horror fans: Blending elements of this summer’s massive hit Jurassic World with the size-changing special effects fun of Marvel’s upcoming Ant-Man, DreamWorks Studios has just announced that they have acquired the film rights to the Michael Crichton novel Micro. Frank Marshall is on board to produce, with [...]

News – King of the Bastards by Brian Keene and Steven Shrewsbury Available Now for Pre-Order

King of the Bastards by Brian Keene and Steven Shrewsbury, is now available for pre-order from Apex Publishing. King of the Bastards is a sword and sorcery/horror novel that brings together characters and mythos from both Shrewsbury and Keene’s popular novels. All preorders receive an exclusive 40% off discount code for another Apex product, and [...]

Book Review – The Way of All Flesh by Tim Waggoner

Review by Frank Errington: From his fitting dedication to “John Russo, Father of the Living Dead,” right through to the unexpected ending, Tim Waggoner weaves a zombie tale like none other. The Way of All Flesh tells the story of David Croft, a father, ex-husband, twin and, oh yes, he’s a zombie.

News – Anthony Crowley Hosts ‘Crowley’s Crypt’ in the Latest Issue of Haunted After Dark Magazine

Anthony Crowley is one of the most prolific and talented authors of dark prose and poetry. His latest endeavor is Crowley’s Crypt which is featured in the latest issue of Haunted After Dark Magazine, and guess what it is free! You can find out how to get your After Dark Magazine and find out more [...]

Book Review – R/T/M by Sean Douglas

Review by Frank Errington: R/T/M stands for Rape/Torture/Murder and it’s all there and much of it is horribly disgusting. I ask myself, “Why would you even choose to read something so morally reprehensible?” The fact that I even have such conversations with myself may answer that question. It all started when writer Kit Power gave [...]

Book Review – Vigilantes Of Love by John Everson

Review by Angela C.: The 10th anniversary edition of Vigilantes of Love, John Everson’s second book-length collection of tales of short fantasy and the macabre, includes a new preface by the author and six additional stories not present in the original release!

Book Review – Project Maigo by Jeremy Robinson

Review by Angela C.: BOSTON IS IN RUINS Jon Hudson, head of the Department of Homeland Security’s Fusion Center – Paranormal division, is haunted by Boston’s destruction at the hands of Nemesis, a three-hundred-foot tall monster with the heart of a murdered little girl, Maigo. In the time since Boston fell and Nemesis retreated to [...]