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Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Crystal Lake Publishing has this cool perk for its Patreon subscribers, for just $5 a month you can read and ..read more
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Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh When reading anything by Jonathan Winn one must be ready to be blown away by his visually descriptive narrative ..read more
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Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Alessandro Manzetti is an author whose poetry I greatly admire. This review steps away from his poetry and ..read more
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Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh If you like reading stories of the battle between good vs. evil along the lines of King’s, The Stand or Swan ..read more
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Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Richard Farren Barber has written plenty of short stories and novellas but never a full-length novel, this is a ..read more
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iHunt: Killing Monsters in the Gig Economy, by David A. Hill Jr., is a comedic horror about a young monster hunter trying to fit into ..read more
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Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Holy cow! I’ve been a fan of Michaelbrent Collings’ books for a long time some I like a bit more than others ..read more
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The Demon of Decay, by Alex C. Gates, is a religious horror about how easy it can be to corrupt someone just from their deepest desires. ..read more
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Don’t Look Away, by William Dalphin, is a horror anthology filled with twisted endings and grotesque plots that strips away the facade of ..read more
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Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Wow, what an awesome story. To think such an innocuous item such as a stuffed animal could have such a tale to ..read more

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