Unnerving issue #5 gets off to an immense start with Glug Glug by Aaron J. Householder and the sinister Red Room by Christa Carmen. Whilst only short, Householder’s tale is a fun, throwback style horror story that put a huge smile on my face and one that I felt was a little reminiscent of Stephen King. Christa Carmen’s Red Room is a different beast … Continue reading Magazine review: Unnerving Magazine #5
He may not be as well-known as Stephen King but Salford’s finest horror writer, Gary Buller, was only too pleased to stop by Grim Reader Reviews to answer a few questions about writing and life. I hope you will check out Gary’s stuff. His collection, Mechanisms of Despair, shows huge promise and contains some fab tales. Check out my review here. Money raised from this … Continue reading Interview: Gary Buller steps up to the plate.
Don’t despair, Gary Buller is here! Gary Buller first appeared on my book radar when reading the Monsters Exist anthology. His story, Wicked Congregation, really stood out for me due to its originality, and it did so inside a book that featured other great stories. It was perhaps a no-brainer that I decided to pick up his recently released short story collection, Mechanisms of … Continue reading Book review: Mechanisms of Despair – Gary Buller
I set the bar very high for anthologies. Why? because I’ve read some incredible books over the past 18 months and in these were some incredible short stories. Monsters Exist features a number of writers that I am acquainted with, though I never let this get in the way of me posting my honest opinion. I much prefer a themed anthology rather than one that … Continue reading Book review: Monsters Exist – Anthology