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Interview: Martin Rose, author of Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell

Interview: Martin Rose, author of Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell

Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell, the new horror novel by Martin Rose, will be out next week, and he kindly answered a few of my questions about the book, and more! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a little about Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell, and what inspired you to write it? Thanks. Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell is a hard-boiled detective, zombie, horror … Continue reading

Catching up with Dave Zeltserman, author of The Boy Who Killed Demons

Catching up with Dave Zeltserman, author of The Boy Who Killed Demons

I’m always thrilled to have Dave Zeltserman on the blog, and today he stopped by to talk about his brand new book, The Boy Who Killed Demons! Just in time for Halloween, too! Will you tell us a little about your new book, THE BOY WHO KILLED DEMONS? Demons is written as a journal by a 15 year-old high school student, Henry Dudlow, and it chronicles his struggles to keep … Continue reading

The Lesser Dead by Christopher Buehlman

The Lesser Dead by Christopher Buehlman

The Lesser Dead by Christopher Buehlman (Berkley, Oct. 7th, 2014)-I know what you’re thinking (or might be thinking): ugh, vampires, soooo done to death (sorry about that). But bear with me, here. We’re talking about Christopher Buehlman, author of Those Across the River, The Necromancer’s House, and Between Two Fires. This man has a very solid history of excellence, so when I saw that The Lesser Dead was a vampire … Continue reading

Jon Bassoff, on things that go bump, and his new book, Factory Town

Jon Bassoff, on things that go bump, and his new book, Factory Town

Jon Bassoff’s brand new book, Factory Town, just came out this month from DarkFuse, and he was kind enough to answer a few of my questions about it, and more! I’m very, very excited about Factory Town! Will you tell us more about it? Well, it’s unlike anything I’ve ever written before. My writing tends toward the surreal and the grotesque, but I certainly went a bit overboard with this … Continue reading

We Are Not Good People by Jeff Somers

We Are Not Good People by Jeff Somers

We Are Not Good People by Jeff Somers (Gallery, Oct 7th, 2014)-Warning: I reviewed Trickster a while back, and this is the coverage of book 2 in the Ustari series, which is included in one volume here with Trickster, so there are inevitable spoilers for the first book. If you’re not caught up, feel free to catch my Trickster review. Otherwise, proceed at your own risk! I was blown away … Continue reading

The Wolf in Winter (Charlie Parker #12) by John Connolly

The Wolf in Winter (Charlie Parker #12) by John Connolly

The Wolf in Winter by John Connolly (Emily Bestler, Oct 28th, 2014)-Prosperous, Maine is an interesting little town. The name is a perfect fit, because for ages, they’ve been a town of prosper, and tolerance, and general well-being, and if their little church, the Congregation of Adam Before Eve & Eve Before Adam (brought brick by brick from Northumbria, in England), is a little odd, well, there are always odd … Continue reading

Your weekly round up of ebooks under $5: SFF and Horror

Your weekly round up of ebooks under $5: SFF and Horror

You know the drill! All of these are under $5 and under, but who knows how long they’ll last, so get ‘em while they’re hot! Now, I have a Kindle, so I link to Kindle titles, but if you use another ebook platform, be sure to check those out, because quite often the discounts are universal. Enjoy!

Interview: Christopher Buehlman, author of The Lesser Dead

Interview: Christopher Buehlman, author of The Lesser Dead

As you may know, I read Christopher Buehlman’s Those Across the River and The Necromancer’s House one after another, and LOVED them, so I’m very excited to have him on the blog today to talk about his brand new vamp fest, The Lesser Dead-please give him a warm welcome! I got my copy of The Lesser Dead today, and can’t wait to dig in! Will you tell us a little about … Continue reading

November 2014 Must Reads in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror

November 2014 Must Reads in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror

Here are the  books that I’m especially looking forward to in SFF for November! What are you looking forward to? The Heart Does Not Grow Back by Fred Venturini (Picador-Nov. 4th) Synopsis-EVERY SUPERHERO NEEDS TO START SOMEWHERE… Dale Sampson is used to being a nonperson at his small-town Midwestern high school, picking up the scraps of his charismatic lothario of a best friend, Mack. He comforts himself with the certainty that … Continue reading

The Undying by Ethan Reid

The Undying by Ethan Reid

The Undying by Ethan Reid (Simon451, Oct. 7th, 2014)-The apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic genre is very, very crowded right now, and for good reason. It’s a fascinating setup for a story, but it can make finding good ones hard. I found a good one in The Undying, Ethan Reid’s debut novel, and one of the first books from S&S’s new SFF imprint Simon451. The Undying starts at the end, well, not … Continue reading

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