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Exclusive Night Worms Cover Reveal: Survivor Song by Paul Tremblay

Exclusive Night Worms Cover Reveal: Survivor Song by Paul Tremblay

Here at Night Worms, we make an effort to celebrate Horror on a daily basis. Horror is our happy place, after all. Something we get incredibly excited about is a highly anticipated book release from a favorite author. Part of the fun is getting that first look at the cover. We were over the moon to learn that we would get to share, for the first time ever, the world's first look at Paul Tremblay's new book, Survivor Song. Now, let's all gawk at it for a moment and then we...


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,...


Anthology Smackdown! ECHOES vs. HEX LIFE by Beth Griffith

Anthology Smackdown! ECHOES vs. HEX LIFE by Beth Griffith

Anthology Smackdown! “Echoes” vs. “Hex Life” 

I have recently finished two highly anticipated new-release anthologies, “Echoes” and “Hex Life”. I wanted to write an article comparing them based on my drastically different experiences with each book. Before the actual smackdown starts, let’s learn a little more about each competitor. 

“Echoes”, edited by Ellen Datlow, is an anthology of ghost stories. There are thirty stories compiled, totaling in at an impressive 781 pages. Ellen Datlow is known for her popular annual “Best Horror of the Year” anthologies, plus she has...


Black Friday Feels- November 29th, 2019

Black Friday Feels- November 29th, 2019

Happy Black Friday Night Worms! I hope you all are having a lovely and safe holiday season so far. This week I knew I needed to pick a special book, you know, it being Black Friday and all. So I did some research on the history of Black Friday in the hopes that there would be some kind of black magic lore associated with it that I could pair with a cool book. I was massively disappointed when I found out today is called Black Friday because a long time ago in Philadelphia, the police...


Werewolf Wednesday! John's Review of BLOOD AND RAIN by Glenn Rolfe

Werewolf Wednesday! John's Review of BLOOD AND RAIN by Glenn Rolfe

Title: Blood and Rain
Author: Glenn Rolfe
Publisher: Poltergeist Press
Cover Designer: Rooster Republic/Don Noble 
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I’ll be honest, I was skeptical about going into Blood and Rain. I had never read a Glenn Rolfe novel and I’m not big on werewolves in any medium. Not that I don’t like them, I just haven’t cared much one way or the other. The Poltergeist Press reissue of this novel is what led me here, as I’m a fan of the publisher. 

I’m now a fan of...