Category: Horror

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,…

Black Wings

I just finished reading Black Wings by Megan Hart, and I have to say it was a damned good read.  The premise is one I’ve seen before; genius kid turns evil and cooks up a wicked scheme of some sort or other.  However, while the overall theme might not be original, I thought Hart did…

Mayan Blue: A Bloody Good Tale

         2018, book-wise, has been an interesting year for me.  I’ve ‘discovered’ lots of new authors and novels I hadn’t heard of before.  As far as horror fiction went, in the past my reading largely consisted of the old stuff, by Lovecraft, Poe, Bierce, Bloch, Blackwood, and other like authors.  My knowledge of contemporary authors…