Midnight in the Graveyard, ed. by Kenneth W. Cain

Around three months ago, I saw a notice of the upcoming anthology, Midnight in the Graveyard, from Silver Shamrock Press.  The book featured a highly talented group of contemporary horror authors, including Kealan Patrick Burke, Elizabeth Massie, Chad Lutzke, Catherine Cavendish, and many others.  I marked it on my calendar and began counting the days…

Prey

Dustin pulled over and hit the brakes.  His car, a rusted out but still functional ’78 Olds Cutlass Supreme, screeched to a halt.  He wasted no time getting out of his safety belt.  The girl turned her head to look at him as she darted across the lawn of an old house with faded green…

Interview With Elizabeth Massie

Elizabeth Massie is a two-time Bram Stoker Award-winning and Scribe Award-winning author of novels, short fiction, media-tie ins, and nonfiction. Her novels and collections include Sineater, Hell Gate, Desper Hollow, Wire Mesh Mothers, Homeplace, Afraid, Naked on the Edge, Dark Shadows: Dreams of the Dark (co-authored with Mark Rainey), Versailles, The Tudors: King Takes Queen,…

Second Lives, by P.D. Cacek

I recently stepped into the world of book reviewing for the first time, and have enjoyed many good books.  It played out that Flame Tree Press was the publisher whose books I read the most of.  The Dark Game, Black Wings, and The Haunting of Henderson Close were all great stories, and I’m thankful Flame…

Martial Arts Mayhem in Old Chinatown

The Girl with Ghost Eyes by M.H. Boroson Review by S.D. Vassallo I really enjoyed this novel!  It’s a fun mix of martial arts action, Chinese folklore and mythology, fantasy, and a little bit of horror thrown in for good measure.  M.H. Boroson grabs the reader’s attention and keeps it throughout the book.  The action…