Book review: Flora & Jim – BP Gregory

  It took me a little while to warm to Flora & Jim by BP Gregory (haha!). The world has transformed into a cold and grim frozen wasteland, one in which Jim mopes about scavenging for food with his daughter, Flora, all the while desperately searching for the “other father”. Make no mistake, dear reader, BP…

Book review: Rabid Heart – Jeremy Wagner

  I’ll be honest, zombies ain’t really my thing. They used to be, but I got really tired of them and I generally avoid zombie stories like the plague (haha). This changed when Jeremy Wagner sent me a copy of his new novel, Rabid Heart. I opened that bad boy up and revelled in the…

Book review: Mycophoria – Tom G H Adams

  One of the authors responsible for getting me into reading horror fiction was James Herbert. His classic pulpy horror novel The Rats is still a book I look back on fondly. I loved the ridiculousness of it all, the action, the blood and guts, its fantastic stuff! Tom Adams’ Mycophoria has a real James Herbert vibe to…

Book review: HALO: The Fall of Reach – Eric Nylund

  As a MASSIVE fan of the HALO franchise, it’s perhaps surprising that it has taken me this long to get into the books. Maybe it’s because I’m not a huge sci-fi reader. Regardless, I decided to take the leap into space and join the Master Chief and his team of Spartan badasses on their mission…

Guest Post: Glenn Rolfe – Am I Demon?

      “Demonology 101” By Glenn Rolfe   In my new book, The Window, we have a father and son, and their friends, coming face-to-face with a demonic couple trapped in Purgatory. While my demons aren’t your Exorcist type of demon, they do have bad intentions which indeed involve possession. I didn’t set out to…

Scapegoat – Adam Howe & James Newman.

    If nostalgia-infused horror is your bag, Adam Howe and James Newman’s new book, Scapegoat might just be for you. The book will be released on October 5th through Honey Badger Press with pre-orders starting September 27th. Heavy metal, cults, horror, Adam Howe and James Newman. You can be sure to Count the Grim…

Book excerpt: Michaelbrent Collings unleashes Predators.

Michaelbrent Collings is an internationally bestselling author, multiple Bram Stoker Award Finalist, and one of the top indie horror writers in the US. He hopes someday to develop superpowers and maybe get a cool robot arm.   Today I have an exclusive excerpt from Michaelbrent Collings’ latest book, Predators. Enjoy!   Predators by Michaelbrent Collings…

Book review: Bird Box – Josh Malerman

  Bird Box is a great book and that’s all you really need to know. I bought this for my Kindle a while back but my review queue prevented me from reading it. I’ve been disappointed by a few recently hyped books, so naturally, I approached this one with caution. Any lingering thoughts that Bird…

Book review: Frostbite – dave Jeffery

  It was nearing the end of winter and the Grim Reader was in desperate need of some action-packed nonsense, Severed Press style! Along came Frostbite by Dave Jeffery. Frostbite came across as exactly the sort of book I was looking for. A group of hardened ex-special ops are sent on a mission to find the son…

Book review: The Cabin at the End of the World – Paul Tremblay

  For me personally, It’s been a bumpy old road reading Paul Tremblay. I enjoyed A Head Full of Ghosts but failed to finish Disappearance at Devil’s Rock. The reason for me failing to finish it was largely down to the way in which everything was described in excruciating detail…and I mean everything! Unfortunately, The…