Thank you, Ladies of Horror!

There are a lot of women horror writers that are not known to us, and I hope I’ve served a nice variety of authors to check out.  I, myself am excited to have gotten to know these women through the Q&A.  I already have their books tabbed for reading throughout the year.  🙂 I want to personally thank all the ladies that participated in the Women of Horror Q&A and I hope to network with you throughout the year.  A lot of you have inspired me to keep with my writing in the horror genre and that is exactly what … Continue reading Thank you, Ladies of Horror!

Women in Horror Month – K.T. Rose

BIO: K.T. Rose is a horror, thriller, and dark fiction writer from Detroit, Michigan. She posts suspense and horror flash fiction on her blog at kyrobooks.com and is the author of a gruesome, suspenseful short story series titled A Trinity of Wicked Tales and an erotic thriller novel titled When We Swing–An Erotic Thriller. AUTHOR Q&A: When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? KTR: I’ve wanted to write since college. I did technical writing for a while but after starting my career, I got back into reading fiction. Lots of it. Then I took a crack … Continue reading Women in Horror Month – K.T. Rose

The Demon Rolmar by A.V. Griffin

The Demon Rolmar Review: A novella in which demons rule the world and have the right to obliterate planets that aren’t of worthy resources.  The Demon, Rolmar, is set to destroy Earth, claiming it will be an easy destruction because of the way humanity exists on Earth.  He decides to visit the planet and he appears to certain people in various forms.  He causes some destruction while he’s on the planet, along with some other surprises.  However, Rolmar’s mission to destroy Earth becomes conflicted when 2 kids question his reasoning for its annihilation.  Along with the 2 kids, a woman … Continue reading The Demon Rolmar by A.V. Griffin

Escape Claws by Angela Yuriko Smith

Escape Claws Review: It was refreshing to read the descriptive poetry and narrative telling of the many hauntings of the different houses.  I know I would have been terrified, if faced with what the author had to face, but also having questions as to why it was happening.  In hearing what happened to some of the previous owners and the connections to the disturbances, it’s no reason or question why I would want to leave too!  There were images included of the different houses that the author referred to in her narratives. Continue reading Escape Claws by Angela Yuriko Smith