Book Review of Folk Horror Thriller, “The Reddening” by Adam Neville

The following review was written by Horror author, A.R. Braun. We have not evolved. Old gods and savage murders are still happening in Brickburgh, England. Katrine, a lifestyle journalist, escaped from horrors of the past by moving to a coast. Seaside holidays and the beauty of nature, what could go wrong? Human remains and prehistoricContinue reading “Book Review of Folk Horror Thriller, “The Reddening” by Adam Neville”

🚨🚨BOOKLAUNCH!🚨🚨

Today we launch our first multi-author fiction anthology exploring three disturbing tales about the nature of man and the true nature of what lies inside of him. The cost is only 2.99, so that’s one dollar a story and all of our writers are indie horror authors. Available on all major platforms. Mad Men isContinue reading “🚨🚨BOOKLAUNCH!🚨🚨”

Hereditary: Film Review by Horror Author, A.R. Braun

This is the film that restored my faith in American cinema. Previously, I felt one had to watch a foreign flick for a good scare. Ari Aster is my favorite writer/director, the only American making shocking films right now. And this film WILL scare you. Also important is Toni Collette, who gives a lights-out performance,Continue reading “Hereditary: Film Review by Horror Author, A.R. Braun”

The Manitou by Graham Masterton – Book Review by Horror Writer, A.R. Braun

The Manitou is definitely Graham Masterton’s bread-and-butter, the series being the best books he’s ever written. He went on to write many great novels, a total of 101 in all! In 1976’s The Manitou, based in San Francisco, something is growing on the back of an attractive woman named Karen Tandy’s neck—perceived as a tumor—whichContinue reading “The Manitou by Graham Masterton – Book Review by Horror Writer, A.R. Braun”

Faceless – 100 Word Short Story

She had always wanted to be beautiful. She had read about the power of love and beauty in the nefarious dead-fairy tales of the underworld. This could never be her. Yet, she never gave up. She read voraciously about the fiction of the nether world histories. Summoning a Djin from a rescued incantation, she usedContinue reading “Faceless – 100 Word Short Story”

Don’t Be Scared of Antique Books

Borrowing this lovely list from BookScouter, I thought this would be a good share for those starting out with book collecting – and it totally fits the Halloween theme! If you come across an old book without an ISBN, have no fear, there are many dealers who buy and sell rare books, collectible books, andContinue reading “Don’t Be Scared of Antique Books”

Guy de Maupassant’s Horror Fiction and 10 Quotes

Born August 5, 1850, Guy de Maupassant was a popular 19th-century French writer. He is considered one of the fathers of the modern short story. He wrote more than 300 short stories, six novels, three travel books, and one volume of poetry. It is with Le Gaulois in 1883 that de Maupassant diverted himself from a career asContinue reading “Guy de Maupassant’s Horror Fiction and 10 Quotes”

My Summer TBR: Horror Fun in the Sun!

Who else is getting a little sick of being indoors? I’m not a super outdoorsy person, but I do enjoy the occasional venturing to places outside my home – you know, like the bookstore, the coffee shop, etc. Maybe once a year or so, my boyfriend & I will make a 2 hour drive toContinue reading “My Summer TBR: Horror Fun in the Sun!”