Category: BTB Storytellers

BTB Storytellers episode 13: Nathan Robinson talks STARERS

Released back in 2012 by Severed Press, ‘Starers’ saw author Nat Robinson take an ordinary family and put them into an extraordinary situation where complete strangers and neighbors stand outside of the Keene house simply staring at them. Weird huh? very cool though. ‘Starers’ is a fast-paced and darkly humorous book that typifies Robinson’s writing style…

BTB Storytellers LOST SIGNALS part II

Day 2 and some more insights into this great horror anthology. Yours for today only 99c at Amazon. Today I have contributions from Betty Rocksteady, Joshua Chaplinsky, Paul Michael Anderson and Michael Paul Gonzalez. As yesterday I have included each of the stories with their accompanying artwork from Luke Spooner. Desert of Wounded Frequencies by Betty Rocksteady…

BTB Storytellers LOST SIGNALS

Right now, until Sunday, this fine anthology of horror from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing is only 99c at Amazon! I was lucky enough to get the inside scoop from some of the writers on their stories and you can read them below. I have also attached the Luke Spooner artwork that accompanies each story in the anthology. I…

BTB Storytellers episode 10: Erik Hofstatter talks RARE BREEDS

  Originally from the Czech Republic but now residing in the UK, Erik Hofstatter is a writer whose work continues to impress. I really enjoyed his short story collection ‘Amaranthine & Other Stories’, released earlier this year (you can read my review here) and his recently released novella ‘Rare Breeds’ through Dark Silo Press is one of…

BTB Storytellers episode 9: Lindsey Beth Goddard talks ASHES OF ANOTHER LIFE

I thought I’d throw a couple of Storytellers episodes at you this weekend seen as it is rapidly approaching Halloween. The first of which is a spotlight on Lindsey Beth Goddard and her most recent release through Omnium Gatherum called ‘Ashes of another Life’, an emotionally haunting tale that is perfect for this time of year (I…

BTBStorytellers episode 8: Daniel Marc Chant talks BURNING HOUSE

The final piece of the Sinister Horror Company is Daniel Marc Chant; a writer whose work knows no boundaries. Chant has dabbled with demonic cats ‘Mr Robispierre’, underwater worlds ‘Aimee Bancroft and the Singularity Storm’ and Lovecraftian survival horror ‘Maldicion’. His most recent release is the short fiction collection ‘Into Fear’ which is lurking on…