For WIH month, Calvin Demmer asked Christa Carmen a few questions. I have the privilege of posting the interview today. Thanks to Calvin for setting this interview up and thanks to Christa for the great answers! I was going to post this earlier in the week but life got in the way. I’ve since started the latest issue of Unnerving Magazine in which Christa has … Continue reading Guest interview: Enter the Red Room.
There is nothing like a good book excerpt to whet the appetite and today I have the pleasure of bringing you a chapter from the forthcoming novella, Broken Shells, by Michael Patrick Hicks. I will be reviewing this book in February as part of the Confessions of a Reviewer blog tour. In the meantime, feast your eyes upon this. THREE BEING IN THE DEALERSHIP … Continue reading Exclusive excerpt: Broken Shells by Mickael Patrick Hicks
The Blog and the Kindle (a love story?) By Eddie Generous, Founder/Editor of Unnerving I’d been quietly roaming around indie horror long before I created Unnerving. Watching people get in and fit in, seeing people succeed and fail (too often flailing angrily on social media, calling out others, claiming trash, claiming discrimination), and I’ve noticed one trait that immediately pops a budding … Continue reading Guest post: Eddie Generous on how to make friends and influence people.
I hadn’t really given a lot of thought to what goes into making a novel until about halfway into my time in San Francisco State University’s MFA Creative Writing program. In the fall of 2010, I had the good fortune to take a class on novel writing from Dodie Bellamy (The Letters of Mina Harker). At that point, I was writing short fiction almost … Continue reading Guest post: Christopher Charman talks novel writing and talking animals!
I’m a big fan of Michael Patrick Hicks and I’ve been really looking forward to his latest novel, Mass Hysteria, which is released today! Just check out the synopsis and then read this great guest post from Michael about the books inspiration then make sure you pick up a copy. I’ve already read great reviews about this one and I cannot wait to dig … Continue reading Guest post: Michael Patrick Hicks – Mass Hysteria
Today I have a guest post from Robert J. Duperre. His latest book, Soultaker (Knights Eternal) has recently been released through Ragnarok Publications and the cover art alone screams ‘READ ME!’ In this post, Robert talks about the books creation and how patience is one of the greatest virtues a writer can hold. Thank you very much to Robert for stopping by with this insightful … Continue reading Guest post: Robert J. Duperre talks SOULTAKER (Knights Eternal)
JOVIENNE: A horrific car accident put Jovienne in a coma. When she awakened months later, she learned that her family had died in the crash…and that she had been altered. Raised by a stranger who trained her to use her new quintanumin abilities, she excels at every lesson and longs for her mentor to become much more. But after completing her final test — a death-match against a demon — she is transformed … Continue reading Guest post: Words and Music – Linda Robertson
Last year I read one hell of a fun book in Stone Work by Dominic Stabile. It had everything: electric pacing, monsters, a bad-ass mercenary lead in Stone and an intriguing world in which he roams. Sometimes you come across something that just kicks your ass and that is exactly what Stone Work did. I truly believe that this book and the recently released sequel, … Continue reading Book excerpts from Dominic Stabile: Stone Work and Stone Wall
Today, I am handing over the reigns to somebody else for this review of ‘We Came Back’ by Patrick Lacey. This review is by my friend Curtis Freeman. He is a fellow horror fiction lover and you should stop by his blog at Cedarhollowhorrorreviews for heaps of cool book reviews and interviews. A quick word about this book before I hand you over to Mr Freeman. … Continue reading Guest book review: We Came Back – Patrick Lacey
Today I have a guest post from author, Tarn Richardson. The second book in his ‘Darkest Hand Trilogy’ is released on the 14th March. Tarn talks about the Catholic Inquisition and Werewolves! Were these savage beasts a product of ex-communication from the Catholic faith? Read on and draw your own conclusions. I always appreciate guest posts, so thanks to Tarn for this great essay! Make … Continue reading Guest post: Tarn Richardson talks Werewolves and the Catholic Inquisition!!