Our January 2019 package (only our 2nd package ever) included a novella by Chad Lutzke titled, STIRRING THE SHEETS.
Review from Night Worms rep, Rachel "Shades of Orange"
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.
Filling the Soul Hole
Part 1: Sorrow
As an avid reader of horror, you may worry that you have been desensitized towards certain deeply felt emotions. You’ve read it all. Guts festoon the trees of your dreamscapes. You’ve made a cozy nest for the hideous monsters lurking in your basement. Any small children that cross your path are likely demon-possessed. Yeah, yeah, yeah, you’ve seen it all. You worry that you have lost the ability to empathize. You have an empty spot in the center of your heart where your soul used to be. You...
ZERO LIVES REMAINING by Adam Cesare
As a kid, I have memories of a place called DG’s arcade. I was born in the late ’80s, so I didn’t have much time with the arcade scene before the bells tolled upon it; Zero Lives remaining is a horrifying homage to those wonderful establishments.
I picked up Zero Lives Remaining in hopes of a nostalgia-filled experience, and thankfully, that’s exactly what Adam Cesare delivered. ZLR differs from Cesare’s previous nostalgia-fest in that it’s not set in the past, rather it’s set...
Night Worms Interview with Author John Boden:
JB: ready when you are.
NW: Let me just tell you that sometimes this app is hard to tell when someone is busy typing so when you're officially done answering a question, can you type (end) at the bottom?
JB: sure thing END
NW: hahaha ohhhh man, you're gonna be a live wire aren't ya?
that's a question!
JB: Maybe. Probably. It's a gamble.