What an exquisitely strange type of horror. Shaw has created something delightfully strange and haunting with this novella - as it starts off with two halves of a corpse waking up together in a morgue. They don't know why or how, or what has happened to them - all they know is that they've only... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Dorylaeum by Bryan R. Saye
The second book in The Crusader Chronicles book and what a sequel it is! When I read Saye's first book in the series, Storm of War, I remember being surprised by how captivating the story way. Being an archaeologist by profession, I often find that I don't enjoy historical fiction and mysteries as much as... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Frozen in Time – The Fate of The Franklin Expedition by Owen Beattie
The horrifying truth about a most terrifying historical event - the loss of the 129 men of the Franklin Expedition who perished in the Canadian Arctic in 1848. I don't read enough non-fiction, unfortunately. I always end up loving it when I do, and I try to always intersperse my reading with a few books... Continue Reading →
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The third book in my crime thriller series, The Columbus Archives is on the horizon - and to celebrate that, I'm giving everyone a chance to catch up with my second book, A State of Despair! A State of Despair is a fast-paced, high-octane crime thriller about a drug raid that goes horribly wrong and... Continue Reading →
At The Gate Is Here!
At The Gate Is Out Now!
At The Gate Is Going On Tour
There's less than a week left until At The Gate is released and to get everyone in the mood for the scariest book they'll read all fall, R&R Book Tours is taking my book on a tour! Head over to R&R Book Tours (http://rrbooktours.com) to get the full overview, see the official blurb, and get... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Gerald’s Game by Stephen King
In many ways this is the scariest King book I've ever read. The plot of Gerald's Game is simple: Jessie and Gerald Burlingame go away for the weekend to their cabin in the woods. During some raunchy foreplay where Jessie gets handcuffed to the bed, Gerald dies from a heart attack. You know how it... Continue Reading →
Book Review: The Harvest by Sara Clancy
A gruesomely terrifying piece of horror - and I loved every bit of it! I picked this up on a whim and boy am I glad I trust my whims - this book is absolutely terrifying straight out of the gate. The premise is simple: four old families are cursed forever by a dead witch,... Continue Reading →
Book Review: 61 Hours by Lee Child
My first Jack Reacher book - and my new favorite action hero! I'm not sure how I never read a Lee Child book before, but it was about damn time, because Jack Reacher is right up my alley! If you've been living under a rock like me, Jack Reacher is an ex-military loner who has... Continue Reading →
5 Reasons to Work on Multiple Projects – The Benefits of Divided Attention
Let me ask you a question - do you work on multiple creative projects at the same time, or do you have a sole focus from start to finish? A friend of mine asked me this question recently, and we realized we're in completely different camps on the matter. I'm definitely in the former. Currently... Continue Reading →