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3 Book Recommendations For The Horror Fan (Issue #3)

Its been a while since this “Literature” tab got used and I thought it was high time to change that. For whatever reason, I’ve been having trouble finishing books, even books that I am really into. However, I would like to change that. Today we’re

Dead Space: Catalyst Book Review

Year 2012 Author B.K. Evenson Summary The year is 2294 and the fate of humanity exists on the edge of a knife. In the hopes of saving humanity, EarthGov has begun experimenting with an ancient alien artifact they can not hope to comprehend. Known as

3 Book Recommendations For The Horror Fan Issue #2

For me, there’s nothing better than a good horror story. Horror is a genre with a terrific literary history, with humanity telling stories to terrify since its inception. I’ve sought out and read my share of great horror. Here are a few that left me

3 Book Recommendations For The Horror Fan Issue #1

While my time in the Army was coming to a close, I felt a real drawback to books and writing. Something was happening to me on an unconscious level; the need to write was slowly beginning to reemerge. Looking back at my kindle purchases from

The Throne of Bones: Ghouls Are Underutilized And Underrated

Year 1997 Author Brian McNaughton Summary A collection of horror-fantasy stories set in a decadent world where the humans are just as repulsive as the monsters who dwell in the shadows. Writer, Alan Rodgers, describes the book as follows: Imagine what Tolkien’s Lord of the

Wytches(Comic Book Review)

Synopsis The Rooks family moves to a remote town in the hopes of escaping the shadow of a tragedy, but an ancient evil stirs within the woods just out of town. WYTCHES. They are watching and they are waiting… Review My father is a huge

Lost Gods (Book Review)

Synopsis Chet Moran is a scrub who desires to turn over a new leaf once his young bride tells him of the impending birth of their child. Together, they run away to a place Chet believes to be a safe haven, but soon find themselves

Food For The Dead: On The Trail of New England's Vampires (Book Review)

         Nellie L.   Daughter of George B. & Ellen Vaughn       Died Mar. 31,1889,       in the 19 year of her age          I AM WAITING          AND WATCHING FOR YOU Food For The Dead is a nonfiction book about the real life recorded cases of “vampirism”