High Strange Horror: Weird Tales of Paranoia and the Damned – Jonathan Raab (Ed.) – Review

“The cover art is gorgeous, the editing top-notch, and the anthology has so many stories that stand out for a variety of reasons, not least because of the variety and high level of quality on display…”

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The Front: Berlin or Bust – Craig DiLouie – Review

“…a blood-spattered, memorable and above-all deeply enjoyable title that serves as a rare example of how to do military horror right…”

Tempest Outpost – Brad Harmer-Barnes – Review

“Taken as a whole, Tempest Outpost is hugely enjoyable, a fast-paced and tense action thriller that features some great writing, memorable characters and some imaginative creatures that are creepy as hell as they hunt their unfortunate prey…”

Trade Yer Coffin for a Gun – Mer Whinery – Review

” When everything is considered together – the brilliant cover art, excellent copy-editing and internal layout, the fantastic writing, plotting and characterisation provided by Whinery – I have no hesitation in calling this one of the best ‘Weird West’ novels that I’ve ever read…”

Burning Sky – Weston Ochse – Review

“Burning Sky is a fantastic novel that I enjoyed every minute of reading – engagingly written, sharply plotted and laced with both cosmic horrors and the entirely human-made horrors of modern war. I firmly believe that it represents the pinnacle of the military horror genre, and will be difficult, if not impossible, to surpass…”

Terror in 16-Bits – Jonathan Raab (Ed.) – Review

“It’s a deeply enjoyable anthology, with some fantastic cover art, and I’m a Good Person, I Mean Well, and I Deserve Better by J.R. Hamantaschen and The Drunkard’s Dream by Orrin Grey are the two star stories of the anthology; they are both brutal, haunting pieces of horror fiction, both deeply personal in their own ways, even transgressive at times, and these two alone justify purchasing the anthology.”