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Emerian Rich and the ‘Dusk’s Warriors’ Take Over

Fiendish friends, it’s October and it’s time for the Blog Take Over Tour! Today’s offering is from Author and all around Horror Super-Friend, Emerian Rich and her novel, Dusk’s Warriors, the follow up to her smash, Night’s Knights. Once again on … Continue reading

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Active Voices-An Interview with Aaron H. Miner

A look back to the past many times can be a refreshing thing. In the case of indie author, Aaron H. Miner, it’s an educationally entertaining journey as highlighted in his novel, Rosaria of Venice: Book One of the Renaissance … Continue reading

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Active Voices-THE SHIVA SYNDROME

Be prepared…. Alan Joshua’s THE SHIVA SYNDROME isn’t a thriller in the typical sense. And that’s a good thing.  The novel, Joshua’s fiction debut, certainly spares no expense in raising the stakes as the protagonist, former Special Forces operative Beau … Continue reading

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Fear of a Wack Planet: Talking with Bret Alexander Sweet

Sometimes in life, good things DO come to those who wait…. This is the case with the following conversation with author/ educator/ entrepreneur Bret Alexander Sweet. The best conversation in the three year history of the Writer’s Block feature was … Continue reading

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The 7/7 challenge begins!

Hello fellow ghouls, I know it’s been a long time since I’ve hopped on this blog forum, but since I’ve been recruited to lend a hand with the 7/7 Goodreads blog challenge by my fellow author, the most excellent Sandy … Continue reading

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The Three Faces of Fear/Black Sabbath

Imagine it if you will, my fellow ghouls. It’s a typically smoggy, nasty August day in the industrial suburb of Aston, Birmingham UK circa 1969. You are one of four local, knock-around guys who have done the typical late-teens thing … Continue reading

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RETRO Reviews: The Serpent and the Rainbow

In the beginning Ghouls, there was the Zoumbie. The legendary flesh-and-blood inspiration for our modern cinematic motif , creeping through the jungles of Haiti and other Caribbean islands, bringing terror and destruction to those not wise enough to avoid the … Continue reading

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