Smutty Sundays

Reading Richard Laymon Back in the 1970’s, my cousin and his wife lived in a run-down trailer in a rural part of the upper county where I would sometimes babysit their kids. My cousin’s wife, a dead ringer for Michelle Pfeiffer with enviable Farrah hair, loved to read, her taste leaning toward the sleaziest horrorContinue reading “Smutty Sundays”

Pure Joy Straight from Hell

Paperbacks From Hell – Book Review It was with great anticipation that I pre-ordered Paperbacks From Hell by Grady Hendrix after seeing it mentioned on one of my favorite blogs Too Much Horror Fiction (webmaster Will Errickson writes the afterword and provided a lot of the spectacular cover art from his personal collection). I dedicatedContinue reading “Pure Joy Straight from Hell”

Indie Horror Review #5

Blue Meat Blues by Joshua McGrath In my quest for finding indie (self-published) horror novels to review, I consulted a list on Goodreads and deliberately chose the book with the least reviews and the weirdest cover–I’ve always had a soft spot for the underdog. I checked out the author’s profile page and see that hisContinue reading “Indie Horror Review #5”

Space Wedding

“Caw! Caw!” Esmeralda screeched in a whoosh of flapping rainbow feathers, retreating to a dark corner of the embattled shuttle. “If that damn bird doesn’t can it I’ll…” “You’ll what?” Lester shot a lethal glance across the bridge at Cabe. Cabe wrenched the throttle out of a near spin. The altitude indicator flashed with redContinue reading “Space Wedding”

Indie Horror Fiction Review #1

Sickness in Hell by Tarl Warwick While spinning down the post-election rabbit hole (yes, I voted for Hillary), I decided to take a trip to the dark side of underground news. A search for the term alt-right led me to a young, youtube philosopher, one Styxhexenhammer666, and despite disagreeing with some of what he spoutsContinue reading “Indie Horror Fiction Review #1”