The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty A dark classic written in a bizarrely charming manner. Loved. 5/5 stars
Reading has saved my sanity this quarantine. I read so much for work that I seldom have time to read for pleasure. Or, rather, I seldom make time because I feel like I can’t justify it. It’s a luxury and a joy and isn’t life supposed to be about work, work, work, and pushing yourself beyond your limit? Don’t we … Read More
Reviews are seriously the coolest thing. In fact, they’re one of the absolute best ways that you can support an author. Thank you, Carl, for taking the time to not only read Apocalyptic Montessa, but also to review it. I hope you enjoy the review, my friends. You can read it here.
William Grabowski from The Horror Review took the time to review Detritus in Love. And friends, it makes my heart sing. Please take a second and read it here. <3 If you’d be interested in purchasing your own copy of Detritus, you can do so here. I was privileged enough to read a section from Detritus on the Queen Mary … Read More
It makes me so happy! I’m all giggly inside. You can read that here.
L.A. Barnitz reviewed Pretty Little Dead Girls and it absolutely made my day! You can read it here. I’m delighted to say that PLDG will be re-released in November. We have some treats in store, so enjoy!
The Apocalypse has come to the Sugar Hill mental asylum. He’s the hospital’s newest, and most notorious, patient—a paranoid schizophrenic who sees humanity’s dark side. Luckily he’s in good hands. Dr. Eli Alpert has a talent for healing tortured souls. And his protégé is working on a cure for schizophrenia, a drug that returns patients to their former selves. But … Read More
Bob Milne wrote the most beautiful review for Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love. It was a pleasure to read the words of somebody who understood what I was trying to do with that novel. Please take a second and read the review at Beauty In Ruins. Also, since it’s Valentine’s Day and Apocalyptic Montessa is … Read More
Many of you might be familiar with Sarah Chorn. She’s an influential book reviewer, and also has a wonderful column at SF Signal called Special Needs in Strange Worlds. SNiSW is really worth your time to read. Not only does it discuss diversity in genre literature, but it focuses specifically on special needs. As far as I know, there isn’t … Read More
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