If you would have asked me a year ago what some of my favorite collections of short stories were, I probably would have laughed and assumed you were making fun of my short attention span. I am not sure what sparked my prejudice against any and all short stories/novellas. I had always just been under the impression that if a book was under 300 pages, I was going to find some...
BOOK REVIEW: Side by Side Reviews of WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE by Aaron Dries and Mark Allan Gunnells
Title: WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE
Author: Aaron Dries & Mark Allan Gunnells
Publisher: Crystal Lake Publishing
WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE follows Emily as she just tries to hold it together. She is a single mother living in post-infection Chicago. She just wants to go to work, do her job, and make a good life for her daughter. She works as a hospice worker in a government-run facility where the recently infected can come and live out their...
Author: J. W. Ocker
Felix Allsey is a cocky travel writer. He is a skeptic that writes about the haunted places that he visits. He convinces the owner of the Rotterdam Mansion, or Rotter House, to let him stay there with no contact with the outside world for 13 nights. He is convinced that this book will put him on the best seller’s list. When his best friend, Thomas, joins him for the 13-night project, things start going wrong. Felix...
What is a Night Worms Book Party? Basically, the Night Worms Review Team is made up of some very creative individuals so every Book Party will probably look different but for Hunter Shea's book SLASH, here's what it looked like:
- The whole team got a physical ARC
- We all posted on social media when we got it (exposure)
- We organized a weekend to post it in our feed (exposure)
- Mother Horror interviewed Hunter Shea (read it here)
- A postcard of the cover/synopsis was included in our package
- Today is our "One Line Review" post!
Fans of Dino horror rejoice, Tim Meyer’s short novel, Primal Terra, is here and it just may have the bite you’re looking for.
The book hits the ground running. A police chase gone wrong leads Carla Scarletta to a portal that seems to lead millions of years into the past. All isn’t as it seems with the setting though. I won’t dig too far into, I’ll let you read that yourself. Primal Terra actually reads like a genre blend of Action-horror and sci-fi. For the most part, this blend works...