Book review: Body Art – Kristopher Triana

First of all, I must tip my hat to the gang at Blood Bound Books for the fantastic presentation of this novel. The cover is classic VHS, 80s style and I love it. It captures the feel of the book perfectly. Kristopher Triana’s ‘Body Art’ is an absolute smutfest! Porn superstar Kandi Hart is still plying her…

Book review: Pretty, Pretty Princess – Shane McKenzie

Shane McKenzie strikes me as the type of writer not afraid of experimentation. In the past few months he has gone from hardcore horror with ‘Monster’s Don’t Cry’ to this bizarre little number ‘Pretty, Pretty, Princess’, recently published by Blood Bound Books. I think it is one of those books you will either like or dislike…

Guest post: John McNee talks about the value of crap horror!

I love it when writers whose work I have enjoyed chip in with a guest post. Today, John McNee, author of ‘Prince of Nightmares’ (Blood Bound Books) which I reviewed here talks about Shaun Hutson and crap horror, in general, highlighting the value it provided him as an aspiring writer. John is the author of the…

Book review: Mercy – T. Fox Dunham

I knew this wasn’t going to be an easy read when I became aware of Dunham’s own battle with cancer and how this book was written as a kind of metaphoric representation of his own struggles and journeys into the darkness. The cover art also paints a grim picture, but this is a very good…

Book review: Prince of Nightmares – John McNee

No. This book ‘Prince of Nightmares’ is not a Donald Trump biography, but is in fact a disturbing tale about a haunted hotel that steers clear of becoming ‘run of the mill’ by the way in which McNee graphically describes certain scenes/dreams/visions inside of the book. The story follows the journey of Victor Terversham –…