THINGS TO COME IN 2019

I asked for and received several new books for my birthday in late November and Christmas. Most of these will likely be featured in some manner this year. Some of them will get full reviews, others will offer up a story or two to an article. Below I’ll list them along with a few brief […]

Read More THINGS TO COME IN 2019

MARK JUSTICE REMEMBERED

I was saddened to hear Mark Justice passed away suddenly this week. Although I never met him in person, I communicated with him regularly over the years via Facebook, email and message boards. When I sold my first short story, Mark was the one I reached out to for advice on what to write for […]

Read More MARK JUSTICE REMEMBERED

APPALACHIAN WINTER HAUNTINGS REVIEW

Appalachian Winter Hauntings is a collection of  eleven holiday-themed short stories all centered around the Appalachian Mountains. Edited by Michael Knost and Mark Justice, it was originally published by Woodland Press in 2009. These tales tend toward the somber side with most of the primary characters dealing with heavy loss. All are well written and […]

Read More APPALACHIAN WINTER HAUNTINGS REVIEW

HORROR DELVE’S SECOND ANNUAL HALLOWEEN READING LIST

Hope everyone’s enjoying October’s monthlong trek toward Halloween. The leaves have started changing color, lurid specters have escaped their basement storage box dungeons to mingle among the living again, and Horror Delve’s Second Annual Halloween Reading List has emerged from the darkness. The stories on this list aren’t necessarily set during Halloween, but they are […]

Read More HORROR DELVE’S SECOND ANNUAL HALLOWEEN READING LIST