Review of The First Bird: Episode 1 by Greig Beck

I really love getting Advanced Reader Copies of books. That’s how I came to get Greig Beck’s newest story, The First Bird: Episode 1.This story follows reluctant hero and linguist Matt Kearns from Beneath the Dark Iceand Black Mountain.It’s being released in three parts and I’ve never reviewed something split up like this before. Should […]

Review of Don’t Read This Book edited by Chuck Wendig

It’s very rare I’ll say this, but I really don’t feel like talking about the individual stories in Don’t Read This Book.It’s not that I didn’t like them, some of them I did, but it’s not the typical type of book I’d read. The subtitle of this book is 13 Forbidden Tales From The Mad […]

Review of The Extinct by Victor Methos

Sometimes you try out a new author and you wonder where they’ve been all your life. And sometimes you don’t. I really wanted to like The Extinct,I really did. I’ll get into what I didn’t like at the end, but for now, here’s what it’s about. In India, a prehistoric hyena, known as an hyaenodon, […]

Review of Wolf Hunt by Jeff Strand

When two thugs are hired to drive a van from Miami to Tampa, you’d think it would be an easy job. But George and Lou get more than they bargained for in Wolf Hunt.Even though they’re told the man they’re transporting is a werewolf, the two men are skeptical. Until strange things start to happen, […]

Review of Home Improvement: Undead Edition edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner

There’s nothing like a good anthology and Home Improvement: Undead Editioncertainly qualifies as one. Here are some of my favorite stories. If I had a Hammer – Charlaine Harris: Sookie and Sam are helping her best friend Tara and her husband JB with a little home renovation when they discover an old blood covered hammer […]