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!
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Interview by Angela Crawford: When you sit down to read a book, you want it to carry you away. With John Everson that’s exactly what you get. After getting lost in a few of John’s books I had to know more about him. So sit back and let me introduce you ( or re-introduce ) [...]
Review by Angela C.: Their bites are more than deadly… The small town near the Everglades was supposed to offer Rachel and her son a fresh start. Instead it offered the start of a nightmare, when an unknown breed of flies migrated through the area, leaving painful bites in their wake. The media warned people [...]
It’s Sunday night, and I’ve just finished a “two-night stand” signing copies of my novel THE PUMPKIN MAN at the Barnes & Noble across from Cincinnati – at Newport, KY on the Levee. It’s an awesome store and I always enjoy spending a few hours there (I’ve done the five-hour drive down there from my [...]
John Everson has a flair for starting a story down one path and then just when we know where it is going and how it will end, he turns it around and reminds us that life is unpredictable. VIGILANTES OF LOVE is a collection of fifteen well written stories that range from fantasy to [...]