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Brian Keene's "Darkness on the Edge of Town"

Every Brian Keene book I’ve read, according to one reviewer or another, is his best book since The Rising. I don’t think anyone is right or wrong, I just think Keene is one of those authors who just doesn’t have bad books. 474 more words

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Horrornews Takes on THE NIGHTMARE GIRL and Ginger Nuts of Horror Honors Richard Laymon

Hey, friends. How’s that for a straightforward title? I considered typing the entire text of this post in the title, but I figured that’d be pushing it. 262 more words

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Interview with Author/Editor Jeff Burk

I’m psyched to interview Jeff Burk. He’s the author of SHATNERQUAKE, SUPER GIANT MONSTER TIME, and CRIPPLE WOLF, Head Editor of Eraserhead Press’s horror imprint Deadite Press, and enthusiastic collector of DINOSAURS ATTACK trading cards. 1,501 more words

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Earthworm Gods: Selected Scenes from the End of the World - Brian Keene

Earthworm Gods: Selected Scenes from the End of the World is a tribute to Brian Keene’s fans. People paid to have themselves as characters inserted in his Earthworm Gods mythos. 191 more words

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Grab Two of My Books For $2

The Kindle editions of Sick: An Anthology of Illness and Truth in Ruins will be on sale for a limited time. During the next day and a half you can purchase the books at just $.99 each, after which the cost will gradually rise to the regular price over the course of the next week through Amazon’s Kindle Countdown program. 563 more words

Brian Keene 'Dark Hollow' Review

Written by: Matthew J. Barbour

Brian Keene has a knack for telling a diverse array of stories from a wide variety of horror subgenres. While he is best known for his works involving zombies, such as The Rising and Dead Sea. 349 more words

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Earthworm Gods II: Deluge - Brian Keene

Although sequels are rarely as good as the original, Earthworm Gods II: Deluge was close. Keene follows the same format as the first book. The first third takes us back to the flooding mountain in West Virginia where we’re introduced to Henry, who is trapped in the top of a grain silo and escapes to meet up with our survivors from the first Earthworm Gods. 193 more words

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