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Patreons of Horror by The Book Dad

Patreons of Horror by The Book Dad

There are a few things you can do as a fan of horror fiction that will help support authors and indie publishers. Leave a review (even just a few words goes a long way), share on social media, sign up for newsletters, and check out other platforms like Patreon. 


Patreon is a space where creative minds can share their craft with fans for a fair monthly patronage. I've taken the time to outline some of my favorite Patreons of horror that I think fans will want to explore. 


Glenn Rolfe 


Kallie's Review- THE CONQUEROR WORMS by Brian Keene

Kallie's Review- THE CONQUEROR WORMS by Brian Keene

What if it started raining, and then it never stopped? 

 

Ever.

 

Teddy has to figure out how to survive because that is exactly what happens in The Conqueror Worms. While Teddy is trying to figure out the current state of the world, Kevin is doing the same hundreds of miles away. When both stories collide, we watch elderly widower Teddy and brave young Kevin, around Teddy’s mountain home as they try to figure out what to do in a post-apocalyptic world being swallowed by floods and other...


Consuming with Kallie & Kami-STORM

Consuming with Kallie & Kami-STORM

Hey guys and gals, Kallie here! Kami and I are back at it again, giving you those great food and drink recipes you've been searching for. Since this month’s Night Worm’s package theme was A Storm is Coming, Kami and I decided to theme our recipes accordingly. We thought about how you hideout from a storm in a storm shelter and what you might have access to in that type of location.


The featured authors in this package were Jonathan Janz and Brian Keene. So we...


Matt's Review of THE COMPLEX by Brian Keene

Matt's Review of THE COMPLEX by Brian Keene

The Pine Village Apartment Complex is not a happy place. Built in the 1980s, the structure is beginning to crumble. The carpet needs replaced, the paint is peeling, the wood on the playground is rotting, and there is a pest problem. It’s a dump, but for the people that live there, it’s home. The residents are quite diverse; there’s the single mom, the stoners, the weirdo, the veteran, the old cat lady, the newlyweds, and others just struggling to get by. One night, the sounds of crawling roaches and trash eating...


John's Review- Dead Sea by Brian Keene

John's Review- Dead Sea by Brian Keene

Let me start this review off with something I’m embarrassed to admit. It’s 2019 and I’ve JUST read my first Brian Keene novel. He’d Been on my TBR for some time, I just didn’t know where to start. I received quite a few recommendations of Ghoul, however, I already knew I’d love it so I decided to go for one Mr. Keene himself recommended to me on Twitter. Dead Sea.
Dead Sea follows Lamar Reed as he attempts to survive hell on earth, this particular hell...