Announcing a Change of Mission

Writing at Hasting's Hardback Café in Farmington, NM, late evening of October 16, 2015 (self-portrait)
Writing at Hasting’s Hardback Café in Farmington, NM, late evening of October 16, 2015 (self-portrait)

After some consideration, I have decided to change the format of this blog from publishing only my own thoughts on the horror genre to that of a magazine printing submitted articles and works of fiction.   I would like to explore the breadth and depth of horror as an art form, but that will never happen so long as I am showcasing only my own works, viewpoints, discoveries, and analyses, for which my other commitments allow little time.   I am doing this for my own education and enlightenment as well as for that of my readership.  Please visit my Submissions page to read the guidelines for what I would like to publish.

31 Days of Halloween: Day 18 Benjamin Kane Ethridge ‘Black and Orange’

Sounds intriguing.

Horror Novel Reviews

The schedule pulled us away from the net again yesterday, but we’ve got another killer recommendation for you on the 18th of October. Today’s pick comes from the talented Benjamin Kane Ethridge, who delivers a serious winner with Black & Orange. You need to check it out!

You can order the book right here. Check out the cover and synopsis below!

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Synopsis: Forget everything you know about Halloween. The stories are distortions. They were created to keep the Church of Midnight hidden from the world. Every October 31st a gateway opens to a hostile land of sacrificial magic and chaos. Since the beginning of civilization the Church of Midnight has attempted to open the gateway and unite with its other half, the Church of Morning. Each year they’ve come closer, waiting for the ideal sacrifice to open the gateway permanently.

This year that sacrifice has come. And only two can…

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