Look Out For … You Will Love What You Have Killed by Kevin Lambert

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“Early buzz says this dark, comedic novel about supernatural revenge and retribution is one you don’t want to miss.”  Chicoutimi, Quebec can be a dangerous place, especially for children. Faldistoire knows this. His grandfather thinks he’s a ghost. His mother reads tarot, and uses the occult to conjure storm clouds to dispense her particular kind …

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Book Review: Murmur by Patrick Freivald

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“Maintaining a dark and gritty atmosphere for a whole book while managing to develop a romance between two strong characters and allowing it to flourish is no mean feat … it makes for one sexy, intriguing, and bloody tale.” Patrick Freivald is the four-time Bram Stoker Award nominated author of books such as Blood List …

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TIH 357: Paul Tremblay on Survivor Song, Pandemics, and Film Adaptations

TIH 357 Paul Tremblay on Survivor Song, Pandemics, and Film Adaptations

In this podcast Paul Tremblay talks about Survivor Song, pandemics, film adaptations, and much more. About Paul Tremblay Paul Tremblay has won the Bram Stoker, British Fantasy, and This Is Horror awards and is the author of Survivor Song, Growing Things, The Cabin at the End of the World, Disappearance at Devil’s Rock, A Head …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 27 July 2020

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Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week so you don’t have to.  Without further ado: Bloody Disgusting put R. L. Stine’s early YA Babysitter novel series under the microscope LitReactor evaluates fifteen popular myths about trad and self publishing The Horror Tree feature a …

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Book Review: Stations of Shadow by J. Daniel Stone

Stations of Shadow by J. Daniel Stone

“Based on the experience of reading his latest art, there are surely few people more qualified to deliver jet black poetic tales from the shadowy streets of the Big Apple than J. Daniel Stone.”   Born and raised in New York City, it stands to reason that author J. Daniel Stone would choose to set …

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News Round-up Week Ending 24 July 2020

Graveyard Smash

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week … Graveyard Smash, the second volume in Kandisha Press’ Women of Horror anthology series available now Step through the prettiest cemetery gates you’ve ever seen and experience tombstone raves and widow’s dances, Japanese snow-spirits, Aztec bruja and …

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TOD 077 Quarantine Readings: John Langan and Brooke Warra

In this podcast The Outer Dark presents Quarantine Readings by John Langan and Brooke Warra, plus Gordon B White reviews Children of the Fang by John Langan. The interviews were recorded on Tuesday July 14, and Reviews from The Weird was recorded on Thursday July 16, 2020.  Show Notes The seventh installment of The Outer …

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TIH 356: Todd Keisling on the Influence of Albert Camus, Hobbyist to Professional Writer Mindset, and Fan Connection in COVID-19 Climate

TIH 356 Todd Keisling on the Influence of Albert Camus, Hobbyist to Professional Writer Mindset, and Fan Connection in Covid-19 Climate

In this podcast Todd Keisling talks about the influence of Albert Camus, switching your mindset from hobbyist to professional writer, connecting with fans in the age of COVID-19, and much more. About Todd Keisling Todd Keisling is a writer and designer of the horrific and strange. He is an author of several books, including Devil’s …

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Look Out For … Recall Night by Alan Baxter

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“With his latest release, Baxter returns to his Eli Carver character with a new supernatural tale, providing an excellent place to start the series as well as a continuation for those eager for the next installment.” After a period of self-imposed exile in Canada, Eli Carver makes his return to the US to start his …

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TIH 355: Todd Keisling on Devil’s Creek, Growing up in South Eastern Kentucky, and Religion

TIH 355 Todd Keisling on Devil’s Creek, Growing up in South Eastern Kentucky, and Religion

In this podcast Todd Keisling talks about Devil’s Creek, growing up in South Eastern Kentucky, religion, and much more. About Todd Keisling Todd Keisling is a writer and designer of the horrific and strange. He is an author of several books, including Devil’s Creek, The Final Reconciliation, and Ugly Little Things: Collected Horrors, among other …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 20 July 2020

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Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week so you don’t have to.  Without further ado: Spoilers: Bloody Disgusting feature an at times difficult analysis of new horror film, Relic‘s portrayal of dementia Tor Nightfire suggest five books covering the topic of cursed films Horror DNA …

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News Round-up Week Ending 17 July 2020

Worst Laid Plans

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week … New charity anthology, Diabolica Britannica, available now Diabolica Britannica is a collection of 14 dark tales from the dark isles. Edited by Keith Anthony Baird, and featuring stories by genre titans Adam L G Nevill and Tim …

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TOD 076 Scarlett R. Algee: Flashes of Blood and Brutality

In this podcast Anya Martin interviews Scarlett R. Algee about her debut collection Bleedthrough and Other Small Horrors (Cold War Radio Press) and editing Trepidatio Publishing, Journalstone’s Weird fiction imprint which seeks “diverse stories from diverse authors.” The interview was recorded on Monday July 6, 2020. Show Notes In this podcast Anya Martin interviews Scarlett …

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TIH 354: Danielle Trussoni on Fiction vs. Nonfiction, Writing Routine, and Horror Writing Tips

TIH 354 Danielle Trussoni on Fiction vs. Nonfiction, Writing Routine, and Horror Writing Tips

In this podcast Danielle Trussoni talks about the differences between writing fiction and nonfiction, her writing routine, horror writing tips, and much more.  About Danielle Trussoni Danielle Anne Trussoni is a New York Times, USA Today, and Sunday Times Top 10 bestselling novelist. She has been a Pulitzer Prize in Fiction jurist, and writes the …

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Look Out For … Belle Vue by C.S. Alleyne

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“Using a real-life apartment building with a torrid and disturbing history as a starting point, Alleyne’s debut novel blends contemporary and historical fiction with a heavy dose of the occult.” When Alex Palmer’s girlfriend Claire buys an apartment in Belle Vue Manor, he can’t believe his luck. A history student, Alex lives for things such …

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