Month: August 2016

BTB Storytellers is coming soon…

I love the 90s, and one of the reasons for this is the great music that was around.  VH1 Storytellers is a show produced in the United States by the VH1 network and features some of today’s finest musical talent in an intimate setting where the artists perform some of their songs live, but more importantly…

Book review: Aimee Bancroft and The Singularity Storm – Daniel Marc Chant

What happens when Daniel Marc Chant leaves horror behind (temporarily, of course), and ventures into the cosmic void that is science-fiction! Well, if you like your science-fiction pulpy, filled with underwater cities and aquafolk (new word there, people!), then I am pleased to report that Mr Chant has come up trumps with this novella that…

Book review: Marked – Stuart Park

It isn’t very often that a book (particularly a novella) leaves me gazumped with what to say about it, but Stuart Park has done that here with ‘Marked’ – his debut offering through the Sinister Horror Company. ‘Marked’ is certainly a dark read. It follows a couple who lose their daughter whilst at the beach…

Interview: Stephen Kozeniewski (pronounced “causin’ ooze key”)

Stephen Kozeniewski (pronounced “causin’ ooze key”) has a great name. He also writes great books and has one of the best Facebook author pages on the slightly annoying social media site where he consistently challenges you by posing some very serious questions. His books include “Braineater Jones”, “Billy and the Cloneasaurus” , “The Ghoul Archipelago”,…

Feature: Lamplight Magazine.

I thought that it was about time I brought your attention to a great little magazine that I subscribe to that I feel not enough people know about. ‘Lamplight’ is a quarterly magazine of dark fiction that has featured some of the very best writers around and will continue to do so for a long…