Book review: Never Day by Carlton Mellick III

Available from Amazon "For almost 20 years, Carlton Mellick III has been writing some of the strangest and most compelling novels the bizarro fiction genre has to offer. Described as one of the top 40 science-fiction writers under the age of 40 by The Guardian and "one of the most original novelists working today" by horror legend... Continue Reading →


Book Review: All Hail the House Gods by Andrew James Stone

Available from Amazon "A joy-ride of a read, Stone has created a compelling morality tale that's moral lies somewhere in tomorrow's déjà vu. Funny, sad, stunning in its imaginative realization, Andrew J. Stone's new novel is as topical, timely, and telling as a Freudian slip." —Laura Lee Bahr, author of Haunt and Angel Meat "Andrew... Continue Reading →

Progress report: Week ending 10th June 2018

Currently reading: Sheet Music to my Acoustic Nightmare by Stephanie M. Wytovich This week I finished reading Duluth, which was a very interesting read. I think I'll have to spend a little time putting my thoughts into a review sooner or later because Gore Vidal sure packed a lot into that book. I'm loving Wytovich's... Continue Reading →

Book review: Heathenish by Kelby Losack

Available from Amazon "I have this dream where I’m floating in outer space, sniffing stardust off the rings of Saturn, and Helene—one of Saturn’s sixty-something moons—hangs over my head, its surface cracking in a horizontal line and splitting open like a mouth with sharp rocks for teeth. The noise Helene makes when she inhales is... Continue Reading →

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