And Speaking of Rachel Gray…

What To Do When You Meet Cthulhu: A Guide To Surviving The Cthulhu Mythos has received a wonderful write up in the San Francisco Book Review. According to critic Glenn Dallas: it’s a “guidebook so desperately needed to navigate the highways and byways of sanity-shattering terror he [Lovecraft] introduced to the world.” And thankfully, […]

Rosemary’s Baby Revisited (The Rosemary Effect) by Sidney Williams

Classics of the horror genre, while offering wonderfully chilling reading experiences, also provide lessons for writers of all genres.

I became interested in Rosemary’s Baby perhaps because Ira Levin’s work illustrates for novelists how to deliver detail while keeping a story moving. Be warned if you’re somehow unaware of the twist ending, spoilers lie ahead.


Book Review: Fathom


By Cherie Priest

Tor Hardcover/384 pages


ISBN: 9780765318404

Release Date: December 2008

Recently Cherie Priest’s book The Boneshaker has received a lot of attention. Many genre fans have read and enjoyed their copy only to be left with a sense of “now what?”

Why not give another of Priest’s works a try? […]

Book Review: The Girls with Games of Blood

The Girls with Games of Blood

By Alex Bledsoe

Tor /Trade Paperback, 304 pages

$14.99 US/$17.99 CAN

ISBN 978-0-7653-6161-5

Release date: July 2010

Alex Bledsoe’s 2009 novel Blood Groove is perhaps one of the most over-looked and most under-appreciated vampire novels of the last ten years. The sequel to that novel, The Girls with […]