Christopher Stanley’s little collection of shorties is everything you’d expect. Super dark stories that draw you in, making you hope for the best but knowing that happy ending just isn’t coming. There are three bite-sized doses of horror here, and… Read More ›
The Mind’s Plague; FREE on Kindle for the Next FIVE DAYS!
Greetings, one and all. My short story collection, The Mind’s Plague and Other Bites of Brutality, is f-f-f-freeeee for the next five days!! That means if you have a Kindle or even just the Kindle app, with just a couple… Read More ›
Book Review – Ration by Cody T. Luff
I’ve read dystopian stories in the past, and they’re all pretty desolate places to immerse yourself in (duh!). But I don’t think I’ve ever read one so downright depressing as Ration. This isn’t a complaint, though. Set (I assume) in… Read More ›
Prepare Your Souls for The Mind’s Plague
Hello there. To those of you who’ve semi-followed me on this blog for a bit, you’re maybe aware that in January I released my debut novella, An Army of Skin. The handful of reviews I’ve had have been extremely humbling… Read More ›
Book Review – The Watcher by Charles Maclean
This book is going to stay with me for a while. Try as I may, I don’t think I’ll ever work it out. But am I really supposed to? This review teeters on spoilery, but knowing a little about the… Read More ›
An Army of Skin, Free on Kindle for this Weekend!!!
Hello there, my lovelies. The Easter spirit (is that a thing?) has infected my mind like a chocolate plague and I’m pleased to announce that my debut horror novella, An Army of Skin, is free for this weekend! If you… Read More ›
Book Review – Sectioned by Astrid Addams
Sectioned, as you may gather from the title, is about a mental institution. But instead of this being the tale of a young woman experiencing the hardships of a life being locked up with a load of crazies, it details… Read More ›
Book Review – Broken on the Inside by Phil Sloman
The five excellent short stories on offer here all follow a similar theme; insanity. Characters who are ‘on the verge’ are always fascinating to me. A protagonist or antagonist who’s mental state makes them unpredictable is always a great hook,… Read More ›