The Place Between Worlds & Other Stories is the fifth collection of short horror stories from P.J. Blakey-Novis. From the frozen landscapes of Antarctica to deep beneath the North Atlantic, through dreamlike forests and rips in time, these short stories will take you beyond the familiarity of our world, into the place between. Includes theContinue reading “Review – The Place Between Worlds & Other Stories”
The Vegas Rift Review: A Delightful Slice of Cosmic Horror.
“Whatever you do, do not listen. Ignore that pull, the need to escape from drudgeries of life and find peace and solitude within nature. It is not the cool breeze and the scent of pine that whispers your name. No, these things within the forest will rip out your heart and devour your soul. YouContinue reading “Review – It Calls From The Forest by Eerie River Publishing”
“Imagine if you will, a world where our history pages have been smudged, ever so slightly. A world where places and people sort of, well… differ from our current reality. Our history books suggest the Titanic sank during her maiden voyage and that Nikola Tesla has no place on the mantle of great inventors, butContinue reading “Review – Wardenclyffe by Gregg Cunningham”
Today’s review is Forgotten Ones: Drabbles of Myth and Legend. It’s available now and comes highly recommended. Order it here.
Mark Anthony Smith, who was interviewed back in March (which can be found here), released his debut novella ‘We Can Order The Same or Taste Each Other’s’ this week. Serialised over at InkPantry, you can read the review below…