Sunday, April 26, 2015

SILLY BUNNY - BY NINA D'ARCANGELA - IS THIS WEEK'S SCARY SUNDAY TALE!

Be vewwy, vewwy quiet. The Damned are hunting wabbits... SILLY BUNNY http://wp.me/p2iKoL-No is this week's newest ‪#‎horror‬ ‪#‎fiction‬ by Nina D'Arcangela on Pen of the Damned.
 
Oh, what a lovely selection this year! Such cute little bunnies. Each with a cherubic face: round rosy cheeks, tiny pink lips, glistening wide eyes. I don’t know where to begin… I suppose I’ll just...
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Silly Bunny, by Nina D'Arcangela, is this week's Scary Sunday tale! I have included a morsel, pun intended, for your enjoyment. However, meanie that I am, I leave the story hanging. But all is not lost. Merely go to the link above and read Nina's story in its entirety. While you're there, read more of her stories at the Pen Of The Damned website. You won't be sorry.
 
 
Blaze McRob
 

SILLY BUNNY

Oh, what a lovely selection this year! Such cute little bunnies. Each with a cherubic face: round rosy cheeks, tiny pink lips, glistening wide eyes. I don’t know where to begin… I suppose I’ll just pluck one at random – what fun this will be.
They seem to grow uncomfortable when I try to coax the first one toward me. I don’t want to frighten them; don’t they know how I love my precious bunnies? I suppose the fidgeting and jostling should be expected as my impatience drives me to grab the first boy and drag him forward. Calming myself, I reach back in time and recall my grandmother’s instructions from when I myself was a youth.
“Everyone knows you start with the eyes. Nibbling them off the face is the first step. Then the ears. Yes, the ears. You begin on the right, taking small bites until you reach the crown – but don’t crack it! Breaching the skull at this point would be unforgivable!” She would say with mock exaggeration. Giggling, we would begin peeling back the foil wrapper together. “Next, it’s the legs. Nibble, nibble, nibble! Once you reach the torso, it’s time for a final sugary treat – the bow tie. When I was a girl, I ate all the parts off my bunnies first, and then I would line up their leftover bodies to be devoured later!” She would always tickle me when she reached this part of the story . .  .

Thursday, April 23, 2015

MAGGIE - OFFICAIL MOVIE TRAILER


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I watched an interview this morning with Arnold Schwarzenegger and the director of the movie Maggie. Yes, I'm a huge Arnold fan, but this movie is special, I believe. Look at the trailer and tell me if you think so too. I'll be in Atlanta next month for the Horror Writers Association Convention, but when it's all over I'll be visiting the theater and watching this with my date. Large popcorn with extra butter!
Blaze McRob

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

MIDNIGHT RAVEN: THE MOON SERIES BOOK 2 - BY BECCA BOUCHER - ROCKS!






http://www.amazon.com/Midnight-Raven-Moon-Book-2-ebook/dp/B00UCU25F6/ref=sr_1_1_twi_1_kin?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1429760300&sr=1-1&keywords=midnight+raven


Midnight Raven: The Moon Series Book 2, by Becca Boucher, is a great read! Take my word for it. For those of you who don't know it, Becca Boucher got my Award for Author Of 2014 for her super military/romance /paranormal story The Shadow Soldier. So, my friends, you know she is a great author.


Blaze McRob


Book Description

March 20, 2015
Kat Brennan was a loner. Trust no one, and don’t let anyone in, was the mantra she lived her life by. The few times she had, it ended badly. Now alone and bitter she’s facing the consequences of her actions. Until one night a chance encounter with a raven sets into motion a range of events, and desires, she thought she had buried long ago.

Cace Matthews was a successful doctor to the outside world. He seemingly had it all, good looks, a fast paced career, and a prestigious new job. But no one knew the real Cace. The shifter who searched for the truth, the end to the curse that had been placed on his family.

When the two cross paths it leads to discovery and passion.

Can Kat accept her true lineage and the magic that surrounds her? More importantly, can she let go of decades old resentments and let herself find true love? Can Cace bridge the gap between family commitments, and the desire to be himself, all while navigating his true feelings for Kat? And will they both live to see midnight?

Adult themes and content 18+ 

Editorial Reviews

About the Author

Rebecca Boucher was born and raised in Worcester Massachusetts. Her father instilled an early love of reading and encouraged her when she started to write. Rebecca earned a degree in Criminal Justice from Quinsigamond Community College, but her love has always been writing. After the birth of her first child, she moved to a quiet little town on the edge of Worcester County, in the heart of Central Massachusetts. Living there has inspired her to write most of her current projects. In fact, local readers might recognize some of her locations. Currently, Rebecca is a freelance writer and blogger. Her first novel, Hunting The Moon (The Moon Series) debuted December 2013 from Write More Publications. She has also authored three short stories and one novella, The Shadow Soldier. When she is not writing, Rebecca is the mother to two boys, ages 12 and 14. Two of Rebecca’s favorite causes are Autism Awareness and Veteran’s causes. All proceeds of her book, The Shadow Soldier, have been donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. 

5.0 out of 5 stars Book 2 of the Moon Series March 19, 2015
Format:Paperback
Midnight Raven is book 2 in the Moon Series. I was thrilled when I got the chance to read this before it was published, in exchange for an honest review. In the beginning, I tried really hard not to like Kat. Didn't end up that way, I grew very fond of all of these well thought out characters. The story was well developed and I loved every minute of it. I've gotta hand it off to her though, she went against the norm and ended up with an amazing book. I definitely recommend this book to everyone!

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5.0 out of 5 stars Totally Rocked ! March 24, 2015
By Pixie
Format:Kindle Edition
Midnight Raven By Becca Boucher
Synopsis :
Kat Brennan was a loner. Trust no one, and don’t let anyone in, was the mantra she lived her life by. The few times she had, it ended badly. Now alone and bitter she’s facing the consequences of her actions. Until one night a chance encounter with a raven sets into motion a range of events, and desires, she thought she had buried long ago.

Cace Matthews was a successful doctor to the outside world. He seemingly had it all, good looks, a fast paced career, and a prestigious new job. But no one knew the real Cace. The shifter who searched for the truth, the end to the curse that had been placed on his family.

When the two cross paths it leads to discovery and passion.

Can Kat accept her true lineage and the magic that surrounds her? More importantly, can she let go of decades old resentments and let herself find true love? Can Cace bridge the gap between family commitments, and the desire to be himself, all while navigating his true feelings for Kat? And will they both live to see midnight?
My Review:
Midnight Raven by Becca Boucher . WOW ! First let me say it is the second book in The Moon series , which I did NOT realize so that tells you this book can stand alone , HOWEVER I WILL be reading the first installment "Hunting The Moon" . That being said , I LOVED this story of Kat and Cace, Kat is a loner and honestly I didn't like her in the beginning she was cold and sometimes just mean. Cace was sweet and loving, and fun , both have issues! Kat lost everything and everyone due to some bad decisions in her life, and she doesn't know it but has a gift and Cace ? well he has a special 'gift" he is a shape shifter and a chance encounter with Kat one evening as he was shifted into his Raven form changes the Destiny for both . They are both in danger from an evil presence who wants what each of them possess. Ms Boucher tells their story in such a way that you come to love everyone in their little circle and you want to root for each of them. Kat's discovery of her "gift" is in my opinion one of the turning points of the book and their lives. The way she embraces it and learns her craft . There are plot twists that will leave you reeling, a budding love story and an ending that totally shocked me and I felt true grief as one of the beloved characters loses their life. (not telling who just one of the four main people) . I Give this book 5 Ravens VERY WELL Done Ms Boucher!!

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

DARKNESS CHASING LIGHT - BY ROBERT W. WALKER IS OUT!

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V2I1QUW/ref=cm_sw_r_fa_dp_aCKnvb00VKVMD


Darkness Chasing Light by Robert W. Walker is now out! Go read the sample section of this great collection and you will be able to read the first story in its entirety. Such lovely, nasty, psychological horror. The book description says it's Twilight Zone in its styling. Add in some Hitchcock as well.

Don't miss this one!


Blaze McRob


Book Description

March 21, 2015 12 - 12 8 - 12
A 3rd collection of tales from the crypt of Robert W. Walker. Hauntings, banshees, incubi, nightmares, phobias, cyborg disease, hit men, serial killers, vampires, and more. The range of these 10 stories is wide and inclusive of many genres. Each story packs a one-two punch and will leave the reader questioning what it means to be human from A Snitch in Time to Human Error and Bed Bait & Beyond, these tales skewer what we think we know and supplant it with what we should have known from sentence one to end. From House of Voices to the choices each character makes in the dark, there is a search for the light, but light does not always come and seldom in the exact expectation of the characters or the readers for that matter. If you liked One Step Beyond or The Twilight Zone, if you like O'Henry endings, you will appreciate Walker's twisting ride on a book of stories that take flight into the darker regions of the human heart and soul.

Monday, April 20, 2015

STATE OF HORROR: ILLINOIS - AUDIO BOOK EDITION POST WITH DELLA WEST!

 
 
AUDIO BOOK: State of Horror: Illinois RELEASE: February 2015 TODAY’S AUTHOR FEATURE: Della West STORY: "Chicago Mike" Charon Coin Press: What do you...
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Della West talks with Margaret L. Colton and Jerry E. Benns about her audio book experience while reading State Of Horror: Illinois. Charon Coin Press did a great job with this audio book. Go to the link above and get Della's take on audio books.
 
 
Blaze McRob
 

Saturday, April 18, 2015

MICHELE GARBER - WOMAN IN HORROR!










http://www.amazon.com/Michele-Garber/e/B003WRGVMY

http://michelegarber.com./

https://www.facebook.com/Michele.Garber.Writer?fref=ts



Michele Garber is my Woman In Horror today! Michelle writes some great Splatterpunk. Wikipedia says "Splatterpunk refers to a movement within horror fiction distinguished by its graphic, often gory, depiction of violence and "hyperintensive horror with no limits."It is regarded as a revolt against the "traditional, meekly suggestive horror story". Splatterpunk has been defined as a "literary genre characterised by graphically described scenes of an extremely gory nature."

I guess one could say that this is true. No mamby-pamby stuff is included in Splatterpunk. I feel it certainly has a place in horror. Horror should not be limited to specific styles of writing. There is room for everything within our great genre. Truth be known, I even have a co-authored collection coming out this year which certainly fits in with what I just described.


Clive Barker, Jack Ketchum, Poppy Z. Brite, Joe R. Lansdale, and Richard Layman write in this sub-genre. Michele is in great company here and holds her own very well.

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I shamelessly stole this from http://michelegarber.com/?page_id=2  because I feel it describes Michele as I could never do. I hope she doesn't splatter me.

"First thing you should know about Michele–she doesn’t like third-person biographies. She prefers, or rather I prefer, to speak directly to you, my Fearless Reader!
When I read bios, I often think of the Little Prince, the title character of one of my most favorite books. Grown-ups love figures, and facts, and because I masquerade as an adult much of the time, I can give those to you.
I grew up in northern Indiana, studied psychology for quite a long time and earned degrees with impressive titles, acquiring an equally impressive amount of debt along the way. I also acquired a lovely husband, a cat, and a wonderful extended family, so I guess we can call that even. I live and work on the outskirts of St. Louis, a pretty cool town despite its reputation as “dangerous.” My work can be found in the War of the Worlds: Frontlines anthology by Northern Frights Publishing, Interpretations by Columbia Art League, and in Splatterlands: Reawakening the Splatterpunk Revolution by Grey Matter Press. I’ve written a novel and am searching for an agent to take me on as I write another.
But I’d rather tell you that I prefer tulips to roses most of the time, like falling asleep to the sounds of a gentle rain, and am a cheese junkie. That I love writing and yet sometimes fear it, because it feels not like taking off my clothes, but like taking off my skin, my veins and muscles laid bare for everyone to see. That I routinely look up phrases like “getting your Mac on” to see exactly where the heck it came from, to most people’s amusement. The important stuff, in other words.
And if this isn’t enough of “me” for you, just read my work–you’ll get to know me. That much I can promise you. Thanks for journeying with me, Fearless Reader, through the dark and the light. I hope you enjoy the ride."

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Amazon Bio:

 Michele Garber grew up in northern Indiana, which should not be held entirely accountable for the products of her imagination. She earned her master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and although quite close to finishing her doctorate, decided to take her own advice for a change and pursue her true and secret dream of being a writer. Her first published short story, "Tequila Sunset," appeared in the WAR OF THE WORLDS: FRONTLINES anthology by Northern Frights Publishing. You can also read her work in SPLATTERLANDS: REAWAKENING THE SPLATTERPUNK REVOLUTION by Grey Matter Press and THE GROTESQUERIE by Mocha Memoirs Press. Find out more about her at www.michelegarber.com.

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To the books!



Splatterlands: Reawakening the Splatterpunk Revolution



Book Description

October 2, 2013
WARNING! THIS BOOK IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART OR WEAK OF STOMACH. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO READ THIS BOOK IF YOU'RE NOT READY TO CHALLENGE YOUR CONCEPT OF TERROR OR IF YOU'RE UNWILLING TO QUESTION WHAT YOU BELIEVE IS THE DEFINITION OF HORROR.

Almost three decades ago, a literary movement forever changed the landscape of the horror industry. SPLATTERLANDS is a collection of personal, intelligent and subversive horror with a point. This illustrated volume of dark fiction honors the truly revolutionary efforts of some of the most brilliant writers of all time with an all-new collection of visceral, disturbing and thought-provoking work from a diverse group of modern minds.

Exploring concepts that include serial murder, betrayal, religious fanaticism, physical abuse, societal corruption, greed, mental instability, sexual assault and more, SPLATTERLANDS delivers on the promise of the original Splatterpunk movement with this collection of honest, intelligent, ground-breaking and hyper-intensive horror.

FEATURING:

HEIRLOOM by Michael Laimo
After the death of her mother, Father is all Lucienne’s got. But she’s in competition for his affection with an antique rifle. Soon her admiration for the weapon becomes far greater than she imagined.

VIOLENCE FOR FUN AND PROFIT by Gregory L. Norris
Economic collapse hurts everyone, except the greedy. For one newly-homeless it’s a time to discover all-new talents. And they open doors to vicious and profitable opportunities.

EMPTY by A.A. Garrison
Navigating the streets of a tortured, future city, a devoted wife will stop at nothing to help her husband regain his faith in religion. But, from the faithless, questionable gods require a dire payment.

AMPUTATIONS IN THE KEY OF D by Jack Maddox
Danny is a rock star and charlatan. After a routine surgery changes his life, he discovers there’s far more painful methods of finding one’s true talent.

HOUSESITTING by Ray Garton
A suburban housewife agrees to housesit for her neighbors when a routine visit to feed the pets changes her world forever. She soon realizes the definition of a horrifying secret.

DIS by Michele Garber
Things aren’t going well for Dr. Tony Weiss. He can’t deal with his patients or his quadriplegic wife. Then there is the demon that escapes from his nightmares and enters his waking world.

DWELLERS by Paul M. Collrin
During a fateful trip into the desert to evangelize to a congregation of drug-addicted souls, a would-be prophet opens the schism between Heaven and Hell. He and his atheist partner soon become participants in terrifying battle over religion.

PARTY GUESTS by Chad Stroup
On the outside, Geoffrey seems like most young men. Some might say he’s the life of the party. But on the inside he’s very different. And he’ll take you on a horrifying journey into mania that you won’t soon forget.

THE VISCERA OF WORSHIP by Allen Griffin
Inherent in all of us is the desire to belong. Searching for his place in the world, one man takes steps down a path into true darkness to find his ultimate purpose.

THE DEFILED by Christine Morgan
On the run from their enemies, a group of vicious thieves and rapists seek refuge within a community of swamp dwellers. It isn’t long before they realize their safety is anything but certain.

THE ARTIST by James S. Dorr
There are countless mediums for an artist to choose in which to ply their trade. Vince is drawn to the unusual--creating masterpieces from slabs of meat. After all, isn’t art intended to be shared?

A LETTER TO MY EX by J. Michael Major
While on a trip to Paris there’s a dire change of plans for divorced Alan and his nine-year-old daughter. It’s only then that Alan pens the horrifying letter no parent wants to receive.

DEVIL RIDES SHOTGUN by Eric Del Carlo
Joaquim Abito is a burned out cop who’s seen all the horrors that humanity has to offer. Desperate to solve the difficult case of grisly murders, he enlists some help. But it’s help that’s that's frighteningly expensive.
 
 

Editorial Reviews

Review

"Grey Matter Press delivers with a delightfully disturbing anthology that will render you speechless. I can honestly say as a fan of horror for some thirty plus years I have never read anything quite like this anthology and regret not a moment of it." -- Dave Gammon, HORRORNEWS.NET

"Screams terror in degrees you've never thought you'd read in print; at least not in a single anthology! These stories take you to the very precipice of your comfort level and without mercy, push you over the edge!" -- HELLNOTES

"(This) new horror anthology from Grey Matter Press (is) both interesting and imaginative. (The) Splatterpunk genre gets new life with the collection of horror stories." -- PLAY WITH DEATH

"A growing band of horror fans believe that the purpose of this much-maligned genre is to push boundaries, if not smash them down with a sturdy axe. And this collection endeavours to do just that, exploring such controversial themes as religious fanaticism, physical and mental abuse, societal corruption and good old-fashioned serial killers." -- Christian Saunders, MORPHEUS TALES

"The stories in SPLATTERLANDS reinvent splatterpunk by adding the thing it once lacked...meat. Pun intended. These are well written works with interesting characters and PLOTS. A few were tough for me to get through because of the subject matter, but the writing itself kept me reading, even when I wanted to turn my head away in horror." -- Alicia Banks, HORROR NEWS NETWORK

"SPLATTERLANDS is a heck of a collection and one you should check out... These stories are full of things many people would find reprehensible and even blasphemous. If you can look past that, however, you're in for the ride of your life." -- HELLNOTES

From the Author

PRAISE FOR GREY MATTER PRESS:
"In less than two years, Grey Matter Press has managed to establish itself as one of the premiere purveyors of horror fiction currently in existence via both a series of killer anthologies--SPLATTERLANDS (2013), OMINOUS REALITIES (2013), EQUILIBRIUM OVERTURNED (2014)--and John F.D. Taff's harrowing novella collection THE END IN ALL BEGINNINGS (2014)." - FANGORIA



5.0 out of 5 stars Embrace the darkest corners of horror October 30, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
As a fan of the two Splatterpunks short-story horror books, edited by Paul Sammon, from the 1990s, I was intrigued to learn on Twitter about the Splatterlands book. This new book is a collection of 13 short-stories that seek to resurrect the "splatterpunk" theme, to offer numerous disturbing, graphic, gory, and extreme horror tales. However, it is meant to be more than torture porn, intended to tell intriguing stories as well. Overall, it succeeds in its purpose, though these are not stories for the faint of heart or weak of stomach. They reach into your soul with a icy, steel claw and twist.

Of the collection, some of my favorites include:

Housesitting by Ray Garton: When you snoop, sometimes you see things you wish you could forget.
The Viscera of Worship by Allen Griffin: An eerie, graphic tale that reminds me of the fiendish works of Clive Barker.
The Defiled by Christine Morgan: A tale of ravaging Vikings who pay an ultimate price for trespassing into the wrong area.
A Letter To My Ex by J.Michael Major: Maybe the most disturbing story in the collection, the revenge of a scorned husband.

Horror should push boundaries and these tales take several giant steps past that threshold.



5.0 out of 5 stars Solid and terrifying February 21, 2014
By Melen
Format:Kindle Edition
Usually when I read anthologies there's a story or two that I don't like. Not so with Splatterlands!

DEVIL RIDES SHOTGUN by Eric Del Carlo was my favorite out of this collection. It's a story about a cop who is willing to pay a high price for some help catching a particularly nasty killer (or artist?). Short stories tend to always leave me wanting more, due to the length, but this short was very satisfying.

THE DEFILED by Christine Morgan was disgusting in all it's glory. Easily my second favorite.

If you like reading authors such as Bentley Little, you'll like this. It's very graphic at points, which is the point really, but just a warning if you have a queasy stomach.
 
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Well, my friends, this is one hell-of-a book! There are no punches held back. Boundaries are pushed aside and nothing is held sacred. In short: this anthology is a must read!

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War of the Worlds: Frontlines ( Wells Unleashed Book 1 )


Book Description

August 29, 2010
War of the Worlds: Frontlines is an anthology inspired by the classic HG Wells novel The War of the Worlds. For this collection, we asked for stories that revolved around aliens and human beings in conflict. As we put it, "...we realize that wars between man and alien could be fought on many fronts, and in many ways. Feel free to send stories that span time, space, and genres." What we have put together is a collection of stories that are touching, amazing, and horrific (sometimes all at once!).

War of the Worlds: Frontlines contains 23 stories by some of the small press's more established authors, including 2010 Stoker nominated Edward Morris, Anthony, Darrel, and Pushcart finalist James S. Dorr, and Writers of the Future winner Brent Knowles (3rd quarter, 2009). Additionally, prolific horror writer Eric S. Brown, the "King of the Zombies" was graceful enough to write a forward for the anthology, as his mash-up novel War of the Worlds plus Blood, Guts, and Zombies (Coscom Entertainment) was recently picked up by Simon and Shuster for national distribution.

Back cover text:

No one would have believed that in the last years of the nineteenth century that this world was being watched... These words marked the beginning of H.G. Well's classic science fiction novel The War of the Worlds...and marked the end of man's child-like belief that we are alone in the universe. Published in 1898, The War of the Worlds is one of the greatest works of science fiction ever written, and it cemented H.G. Wells' legacy as a founding father of science fiction. A 1938 radio play by Orson Welles caused mass panic when it hit the airwaves, and frankly we haven't been able to trust aliens ever since.
Here now, are bold new visions of Alien and Human conflicts on many different fronts, including: A man scours a distant world searching for something right under his nose...Two children terrorized by their own mother find an unlikely saviour...Giant war machines find love and more at the end of the world...A harmless looking birthday gift is really a portal to humanity's doom...

War of the Worlds: Frontlines contains stories by:

Michael Scott Bricker, Camilla Alexa, Vincent L. Scarsella, Sheila Crosby, Gerard Daniel Houarner, David Steffen, Mark Onspaugh, Bruce Golden, RJ Sevin, Kristen Lee Knapp, Harper hull, Auston Habershaw, Brent Knowles, Michele Garber, Gary Cuba, Michael Penkas, JW Schnarr & John Sunseri, Mike Baretta, Edward Morris, Jodi Lee, Victorya, James S. Dorr and Davin Ireland.



4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Collection Fitting Homage to HG Wells September 6, 2010
By Vance
Format:Paperback
This is a group of well-written interesting stories tied together by the idea of alien invasion. Meant to honor the tradition of Wells' War of the World, most of the stories in this collection deliver. Michael Scott Bricker opens with a wistful view of post-Martian invasion in his story, "After Welles." "Weird Fruits," by Camilla Alexa is a frightening view of doppels taking over human counterparts reminescent of the body snatchers genre. Vincent L. Scarsella's "Killers," presents a horrific world in which humans are on the run from extraterrestial conquerers and their "killers" - humans put to work in killing their own kind in order to remain alive - with a surprise, chilling ending. "The Virus of Memory," by Gerard Daniel Houarner is another subtle, chilling tale about aliens known as "swarms." Other notable stories include accomplished sci-fi author, Bruce Golden's "Common Time," about an alien musician, "Usher" by Davin Ireland, and many others to make this anthology well worth it's purchase price. Hats off to editor JW Schnarr for another entertaining collection. 
 
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Stuff But... January 10, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Moat of the stories in this book are very good and very enjoyable but, IMHO, very few of them seemed to have anything in common with "The War Of The Worlds". So, I think they missed the mark in that respect but otherwise it's an excellent collection of sci-fi short stories that you'll enjoy. Check it out. 
 
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I love science fiction tales, so this is a great read for me. I'm not exactly one to believe visitors from outer space will be looking out for our best interests either. Read this great collection and see if you don't agree with me.
 
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The Grotesquerie


Book Description

February 2, 2014
Twenty-two short horror stories written by women are here on display for your enjoyment or your perverse fascination. Within these pages, beauty becomes deadly, innocence kills, and karma is a harsh mistress.

The Grotesquerie is now open...



5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent April 28, 2014
By Rreader
Format:Paperback
The Grotesquerie is a fine example of how women authors can leave you with chills on your skin and your spine a tingle. Oh, and you better leave a nightlight burning. ;) 
 
5.0 out of 5 stars Great stories August 4, 2014
By Kim
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Original writers. Quick fun reads.
 
4.0 out of 5 stars Great creepy stuff! November 11, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
The variety of horror in this anthology is fun. Some stories subtly lead you into darkness until you realize things are going south, others push you in right away. I'm not a big horror reader and these tales are why. I'll need to get over the creeps before I sample more! 
 
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Well, I believe we have to agree that Michele is rather eclectic with her great horror stories. That is the mark of a great author.

Today is Michel's birthday. Happy birthday, Michele!

Michele Garber is a Woman In Horror!


Blaze McRob








Splatterlands: Reawakening the Splatterpunk Revolution by Michael Laimo, Ray Garton, Gregory L. Norris and J. Michael Major (Oct 2, 2013)

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THE PRIVATE SECTOR - A GREAT NEW RELEASE BY LEIGH M. LANE!







http://www.amazon.com/Private-Sector-Leigh-M-Lane/dp/0692393420/ref=sr_1_1_twi_1_pap?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1429378389&sr=1-1&keywords=private+sector+leigh+lane

The Private Sector, by Leigh M. Lane, has been released! Everything Leigh writes is great, so this novel has to be super. The very concept of the book says it must be read. With all that is happening in the world today, the true life horror element creeps in. Could this actually occur? Hmmn. Read her great book and find out.


Blaze McRob




 New release from Eldritch Press!

The world of corporate greed runs rampant after the government collapses, leaving police, fire, and social services in the hands of the wealthy. Debtor prisons for the lower and middle classes overflow and quarantine camps have filled to capacity, turning the streets into a personal battleground for terrorists fighting against a world headed toward ruin as resources run dry and civilization becomes ruled by The Private Sector.

“A versatile literary maestro, Lane’s characters breathe, her language sings, and her plotting is nothing short of remarkable. You owe it to yourself to give her a read, no matter what kind of fiction you like. You’ll love her work. I promise.” –Trent Zelazny, Nightmare Award-winning author of Fractal Despondency and Butterfly Potion

“In the tradition of 1984, Leigh M. Lane delivers a terrifying vision of the future—a horrific future that may not be so distant after all….” –Lisa Mannetti, Stoker Award-Winning author of The Gentling Box and Deathwatch

Friday, April 17, 2015

THE WAY OF AH-TZENUL - BY KEVIN LUCIA - IS NOW OUT!

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00W8LT6J0


The Way Of Ah-Tzenul, by Kevin Lucia is up and running! Kevin is a great author. Don't miss out on this super read. I didn't.


Blaze McRob


Book Description

April 16, 2015
Today in Clifton Heights, a farmer desperate to improve on last year's poor crops discovers a box of old books at the landfill, and among them an ancient journal offering planting advice not found in any Farmer's Almanac known to modern man...

"Kevin Lucia's writing is both scary and smart, a lethal cocktail that makes for mesmerizing storytelling." -- Tosca Lee, New York Times Bestselling Author of Demon: A Memoir

"Lucia is a true craftsman of the horror story, with a fine sense of the genre's best traditions." --Norman Prentiss, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Invisible Fences and The Fleshless Man

"Lucia writes tales that stick with you, that are memorable. And believe me, they are the best kind." -- Bram Stoker Award Winning Author, USA Today Bestseller Tom Monteleone
 
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From Kevin Lucia:
 
 
  June 5th, THROUGH A MIRROR DARKLY will release from Crystal Lake Publishing. In it, Kevin Ellison, new owner of Arcane Delights, receives a mysterious box full of books. One of them is an old journal entitled THE WAY OF AH-TZENUL. Luckily, he doesn't read it. Others, however, have not been so fortunate....
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Thursday, April 16, 2015

DARK TALES FROM THE DEN - BY DONA FOX - IS OUT FOR YOUR READING PLEASURE!

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Dark Tales from the Den is Dona Fox's latest book and it is a great one! Seventeen twisted, dark, and demonic stories to whet your taste for horror. Dona is a Woman In Horror, and you will see why when you read this fantastic book. She is a master at the craft.

This is a must read! All of her books and stories are must reads!


Blaze McRob


Book Description

April 11, 2015
Find within seventeen unsettling tales that will ooze under your skin, cozy little tales that twist slowly strange and violent-delightfully dark. There’s a mean doll, a box full of bones-and newspaper clippings, a bank robbery gone horribly wrong-for almost everyone. Daddy’s last train, and the train Uncle Frank catches again and again, a haunted carousel that sparks up the night, an alien abduction, a meeting with the evil Lilith. Foxes. A girl you wouldn't want to meet in a bar-if you value your ink, a drug of the future with certain finality about it. Many graves dug, barns to die in, and ghosts and more ghosts. Seep into this book.
 
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 Amazon Bio:
 
 Dona Fox writes short stories and poetry - horror and dark fantasy infused with bits of science fiction. Dona was born on a rainy day in Portland, Oregon and spent her childhood on the ferris wheel in Oaks Park just over the Sellwood Bridge. From there she went to Seattle, Washington where she hung out in the semi-famous Last Exit on Brooklyn and the infamous Hideout Bar. Specters from the Northwest's forests, Portland's bridges and Seattle's Pike and Pine streets may creep into her dark tales.

Visiting for the first time and want some suggestions?

Everybody's favorite story seems to be "Grace at the End" which you will find in Memento Mori, another favorite is "The Hero" which is in We Are Dust and Shadow and a real sleeper, if you can handle it, is "Taking Ink" which is hidden in Serial Killers Quattuor. Happy Reading!
 
 

 

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

TANYA NEHMELMAN - WOMAN IN HORROR!

Tanya Nehmelman will bring her story, “Pandemonium” to life in the upcoming Paying the Ferryman. She is today’s second focus for Women in Horror Month. Get to know our feature author and look for her stories in the upcoming anthology.








http://charoncoinpress.com/2015/03/01/women-in-horror-month-feature-tanya-nehmelman/

Hit the link above and read a great interview between Tanya Nehmelman, Margaret L. Colton, and Jerry E. Benns, at Charon Coin Press. What can I say other than the fact that this is a great Q&A. Don't be reading my drabble. Hit the link above and read what's going on with the cool folks in horror.

Tanya Nehmelman is a Woman In Horror!


Blaze McRob

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

BOOKS A MEDIA - CHECK THEM OUT!

https://www.facebook.com/booksamedia?fref=ts&ref=br_tf

http://booksamedia.com/

Elizabeth Kilbride, a friend of mine who just happens to be a friend of many of my friends as well, has started up a new company called Books A Media. Elizabeth is a young lady who has always been on the side of our veterans. That speaks to me big time.


In Elizabeth's words:

"Welcome to BooksAMedia. We're more than just promoting digital media, we're all about promoting the individual creative artisan. Visit our website and click the join now button to see our amazing store. This store was designed to help artisan's sell their work to their fan base through a unique capability that will help brand them as an artisan. Check it out."

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For non-profits:


We are excited to offer Non Profits a free store in order to help raise awareness and necessary funds. Books A Media doesn't charge them for uploading anything, in fact, we want to help them conduct their auctions, without excess fees. Viable Non profits can use the store to sell up to 5 items, and we'll help promote them. This is one way we can give back to those in need. Join us, share our link, and let's start raising those funds to help our veterans, our brothers and sisters who are struggling."

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This new company is not just for authors. It is for artists of all kinds. Check it out on both Facebook and the website. I have provided the links above.

As far as authors are concerned, I believe it is important to put your eggs in many baskets. This new innovative place is definitely one of them.

I believe Books A Media could be a good fit for many of us.


Blaze McRob 

Monday, April 13, 2015

B.E. SCULLY - WOMAN IN HORROR!





http://www.amazon.com/B.E.-Scully/e/B0052MMUUY/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1

https://www.facebook.com/pages/BE-Scully/163546080383489

http://www.bescully.com/




 B. E. Scully is my Woman In Horror today! B.E. has written a number of super scary tales in pure Gothic style. She can also spin a story of horror in other than strict Gothic fashion, as is evidenced in her latest novel The Eye That Blinds.


Last year I stated that B.E. Scully writes better horror tales than Stephen King. Yes, it is my opinion, but I believe it to be true. Read some of her stories and see if you don't agree with me. I still agree with what I said.

 The Enter At Your Own Risk series that B.E. and Alex Scully are doing such a super job with at Firbolg Publishing is fantastic. I even have stories in two of them now. The premise behind this is to blend the works of Gothic Masters from the past, such as the great Edgar Allan Poe, with the great Gothic Masters of today. Firbolg does a super job at blending the stories. Every book has a different theme, and every one is flawless. Were it not for Firbolg, I probably would have not written any Gothic Horror. Now, I love it!

Make sure to go to B.E.'s website   http://www.bescully.com/. She has some very interesting goodies over there!

Amazon bio:

B.E. Scully lives in a haunted red house that lacks a foundation in the misty woods of Oregon with a variety of human and animal companions. Scully is the author of the critically acclaimed gothic thriller Verland: the Transformation, the short story collection The Knife and the Wound It Deals, and numerous short stories, poems, and articles. Her latest novella, The Eye That Blinds, will be released by DarkFuse Publishing in 2015. In addition, her young adult novel The Tower of Together will also be released in 2015 by Eldritch Press. Published work, interviews, and odd scribblings can be found at bescully.com.

Time to talk books:





The Eye That Blinds


Book Description

March 17, 2015
The Internet—it’s everywhere and nowhere, full of everybody and nobody. And sometimes, it’s downright deadly.

When three college friends graduate with plans to conquer the world, they find out that the world has its own plans to conquer them. As their supposed “real” lives spiral further out of control, they retreat into the one place where they still reign—the online kingdom of fantasy and masquerade.

But after a seemingly random accident puts a pair of old-school detectives on their trail, the trio’s tangled web of lies and deception threatens to unravel into consequences more real than any of them could have imagined.
 

Format:Kindle Edition
This was an interesting novella that i could very easily picture really happening. This was the first time I've read B. E. Scully, but would happily read more. I read this in one sitting. A tale about how online culture can drive someone mad. highly recommended.



By J.W
Format:Kindle Edition
The Eye That Blinds by B. E. Scully, was received from the publisher in exchange for this honest review. That being said and out of the way, this is the first I have read or heard of this author and I will be anxiously awaiting more. The novella flowed very nicely, there was no skimming, no boring lengthy dialogue exchanges and I saw the ending coming about 85% into the novella. Side note: Isnt it amazing that many of us now talk about % into the book instead of pages read due to digital books? Anyway if you are interested in cyber security or want others to maybe take note of what they put on the Internet, this book would be a fun way to hopefully cause awareness for people. I gave the novella Four stars just because it was such a quick read, I did not want to inflate my Five star givings, though this novella was close to getting Five stars anyway. This book is more a crime novel than horror, just in case you are thinking it is horror. Darkfuse is Dark Fiction, not horror, per se.

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This great book is a bit of a departure for B.E. in that it is not pure Gothic horror. Yet, she has written the same great tale she always does. I am very impressed with this change in style. It is not easy to pull it off, but B.E. has done a great job.

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Verland: The Transformation

Book Description

June 7, 2011
True crime writer Elle Bramasol is drawn into a macabre mystery when incarcerated Hollywood producer Eliot Kingman asks her to write a book about his case. As she delves deeper into Kingman’s murder conviction, she discovers that he possesses a centuries old diary written by an elusive vampire named Verland. Uncovering the transformative secrets held within the diary’s pages, Elle is drawn deeper into both Kingman’s deadly schemes and Verland’s dark world of shadows. When the two finally collide, the stage is set for a climactic battle over mankind’s ultimate prize: eternal triumph over death. But will the Holy Grail of immortality turn out to be the cruelest curse of all?

Exploring the allure of the shadowy places between life and death, between fantasy and reality, and the ultimate power of belief, Verland: The Transformation is a gothic-inspired tour de force, a brooding return to the roots of the vampire genre that goes for the throat from page one until the final, bone-chilling climax.


Editorial Reviews

Review

ForeWord Clarion Review
Following the death of her beloved mother, author Elle Bramasol struggles to make meaning of her life. Instead, she gets pulled into a deadly web when Hollywood producer Eliot Kingman calls upon her from prison to pen a manuscript about his murder conviction. She soon discovers that the story Kingman wants her to write intertwines with the diary of an ancient vampire named Verland. Upon reading Verland’s diary, she goes from skeptic to believer, but she’ll be lucky to uncover the truth and stay alive at the same time.
Verland’s diary entries let the reader into the evolving soul of a brooding bloodsucker. The author departs from the current trend of sexy vampires, instead using old lore to create a unique brand of monster all her own. Scully asks readers to ponder if vampires are indeed villains, and why humans are both fascinated by and fearful of death.
Verland: The Transformation is a meditation upon mortality: a thinking reader’s vampire novel. Even so, there exists enough creepiness to satisfy people who just love a good scare. The author excels at describing settings, and the vivid details about the otherworldly locations add to the overall spookiness of the book. Scully breathes life into places as diverse as bloody Prussian battlefields, 1930s Mayan villages, and present-day Los Angeles.
B.E. Scully deftly mixes philosophy, suspense, and humor to create a juicy new twist on the vampire legend. Verland: The Transformation will forever transform your view of vampires
--Jill Allen
Robert Dunbar, author of The Pines and Willy
--- A subtle book, full of quietly tense moments and deeply philosophical themes
--- Couched in a deceptively simple noir detective format, it has already inspired ardent admiration among its numerous fans
--- A rich novel and - though thoroughly satisfying - full of unresolved plot points enough for a dozen sequels
--- Do yourself a favor and grab this one immediately

About the Author

B.E. Scully lives in the woods of Oregon with a variety of human and animal companions.


5.0 out of 5 stars Exquisite. December 19, 2012
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While visiting the finer antique stores, most of us can't help but eventually run our fingers along the beautifully honed furniture, the intricate inlays and carvings, and wonder, "Why has such craftsmanship gone the way of the dinosaurs?" Thankfully, after reading B.E. Scully's "Verland: The Transformation," I was reminded that such skills aren't extinct; that there do indeed still exist artisans who triumph in their trade, and settle for nothing less than excellence. I was especially impressed upon learning that Verland is the author's debut novel, and this bit of trivia still intrigues me. The prose here is nothing short of brilliant; the characters and their relative dialogue all so effortlessly authentic, some of them distanced by more than a century. And the storyline itself veers off into a weighty excursion; that is, B.E. Scully's masterfully slow descent into the deeper significances of death. And, consequently, life. It is there where she weaves the philosophical into an underlying tapestry, not to really show itself until much later. And then it just wavers there, customarily indistinct, never completely whole. After all, the answer to that question remains doggedly elusive. But the author has most cleverly, and most satisfyingly, given us something to at least glimpse. And to ponder. Verland is, in a word, exquisite. 
 
 
5.0 out of 5 stars More! January 14, 2013
Format:Paperback
The vampire subgenre has always been prone to blockbusters: Dracula, Interview with the Vampire, `Salem's Lot, the Twilight chronicles. But there are other works, obscure some of them, perhaps, but hallowed by discriminating readers. Novels like The Vampire Tapestry and Fevre Dream or They Thirst - all titles to conjure with. The true aficionado of the genre will speak of them with a catch in the voice and an uncanny glow in the eye. B.E. Scully's "VERLAND: The Transformation" has unquestionably stormed their battlements and in record time. A subtle book, full of quietly tense moments and deeply philosophical themes, all couched in a deceptively simple noir detective format, it has already inspired ardent admiration among its numerous fans. (There's even a Blair Witch aspect. Is it fiction? Is it?) This is a rich novel and - though thoroughly satisfying - full of unresolved plot points enough for a dozen sequels. I can't wait. Do yourself a favor and grab this one immediately.
 
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This is the first book of hers I had the pleasure of reading. Not only is it well written, but B.E. tells a different Vampire tale. Yes, it has all the horror present in any Vampire book worth its salt, but the unique twists and turns she adds are hers alone. From beginning to end, the shadows surrounding you will be whispering in your ears telling you what is happening only to have new shadows kick the old ones away and change your perception again. And, it's always for the better. Heh, heh. Blaze loves it when the shadows speak to me.
 
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Enter At Your Own Risk: Dark Muses, Spoken Silences
 

Book Description

September 29, 2013
Some of the most enduring masterpieces of Gothic fiction are as intriguing for the stories they don’t tell as for those they do. The voices hidden in the wall of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Black Cat;” the secrets buried beneath the earth of Sleepy Hollow in Washington Irving’s legendary Headless Horseman tale; the dreams of a monster and an ancient book with a life of its own in H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Call of Cthulhu;” and stories that reveal Polidori’s hypnotic, archetypal Vampyre as far more than what he first appears to be. In Firbolg Publishing’s third volume in the Enter at Your Own Risk series, ten modern storytellers reimagine the mysterious characters lurking within four classics of Gothic literature. As you read the original stories, a sinister whisper drifts in on a cold chill. But there are other voices beneath the whisper. You can hear them crawling out of the growing darkness. Then the whispers become a scream...

With an introduction from acclaimed author Gary Braunbeck, Dark Muses, Spoken Silences invites you into the hidden shadows of four of the most famous dark fiction tales ever told.

Are you brave enough to enter?


"Highly recommended"
Gene O’Neill
Author of Taste of Tenderloin and The Confessions of St. Zach

“Audacious, innovative, shocking – a kaleidoscope (where all the colors are dark).”
Robert Dunbar
Author of The Pines and Willy

"I am blown away by the beauty, terror and imagination of this brilliant book."
Sandy DeLuca
Author of Manhattan Grimoire and Hell’s Door



5.0 out of 5 stars Keeps to the classical gothic concept of unnerving readers February 18, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

You have to give mad props (ok, so I have a teenager and a pre-teen living at home… I’m bound to pick up some of their language here and there…LOL) to any author who takes on the monumental task of rewriting a classic. This book is a series of classic short stories followed up by a modern day retelling with a twist. The new stories are told from a different characters point of view. It’s not the first time I’ve come across an anthology like this, but I have to say this is the best one I’ve come across!

The classics contained are some of my favorite gothic pieces of all time and I was a little leery about someone messing with them. Poe, Washington Irving, Lovecraft and Polidori. I guess I am one of those people that subscribes to “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”… but I was pleasantly surprised with the group of authors and their imaginative retellings. The integrity of the stories were kept intact and really just put you right back into the story, but looking at it from another angle. They kept to the classical gothic concept of unnerving readers; it’s more about getting inside your head than being gory and distasteful.

All of the authors that contributed to this anthology are “new to me” authors (even though most of them have been doing this for years) and I will definitely be checking out some of their other works.

This anthology deserves 5 stars! Kudos to the editor (Dr. Alex Scully) for compiling such an amazing group of authors! If you love classic gothic horror stories, you most certainly will not be disappointed with the modern day retelling within this book.
 

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Anthology December 8, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
Having read Enter at Your Own Risk: Old Masters, New Voices I was psyched to discover this second anthology from the same talented stable of hot new authors. Gothic classics including Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and H.P. Lovecraft's classic The Call of Cthulhu are cleverly reimagined and given a contemporary new coat of paint. For lovers of the originals or for readers just looking for a rich sampling of great writing, this anthology is highly recommended. At the current Kindle price it's a bargain. I am off now to download the third collection of stories by this talented writing powerhouse of authors, Enter at Your Own Risk: Fires and Phantoms
 
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This a classic mix of Old Gothic Masters and New Gothic masters. B.E.'s tale The Tigre is written in her flawless Gothic styling. It cannot be beaten.

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B.E. is at the top of her game and will remain there for a long time.

B.E. Scully is a Woman In Horror!


Blaze McRob











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