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Side by Side Review: DEAD DAUGHTERS by Tim Meyer

Side by Side Review: DEAD DAUGHTERS by Tim Meyer

Title: Dead Daughters
Author: Tim Meyer
Publisher: Poltergeist Press

 

Matt's Review:

When Dead Daughters opens, we meet Drew Lowery on his birthday. His wife, Eve, has thrown him a surprise party. As the party ends, he looks in the mailbox. Among the junk mail and bills is an envelope with no stamp or address, and inside that envelope is a polaroid of his murdered daughter. Only, it can’t be her; she’s sleeping in her bedroom. When...


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 


Friday Feels- March 6th, 2020

Friday Feels- March 6th, 2020

Happy Friday Night Worms! Let me ask you a few questions. How do you feel about ghosts? How about pirates? What about sea monsters? Do you like them? If you answered yes to these questions then LORDS OF THE DEEP by Tim Meyer and Patrick Lacey is for you. This book flies by and is flooded with creativity and fun. It’s a solid book with a very Hopper-like cop. At least, I pictured him like Hopper *swoon* Pick this book up if you want an amazing read that is sure to entertain....


5 Books That Broke My Reading Slump or (How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Horror)

5 Books That Broke My Reading Slump or (How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Horror)

5 Books That Broke My Reading Slump 

or (How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Horror)


All my life, I've been a reader. Some of my earliest memories are of my mom reading Hardy Boys books to me before bed. As a teenager, I devoured Michael Crichton and Clive Cussler's adventure books. In my 20s, I started to read books that I thought I was supposed to read, even if I sometimes didn't enjoy them. As my 20s progressed into my 30s, I began to read...


3 Older Titles You Might Have Missed But Need to Read!

3 Older Titles You Might Have Missed But Need to Read!

John's Review of The Devil Crept In by Ania Ahlborn (2017)

As usual, I’m late to the party, but I showed up, I’m finally here. The Devil Crept In is my first Ania Ahlborn book, and it sure as hell won't be my last. Something about this book has been calling me, I don’t know why. Maybe it’s the simple, yet creepy cover. Everyone tells me I should read Brother. Like the stray animals fleeing to the woods of Deer Valley,...