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Book review:Unearthed - Richard Chizmar, Ray Garton and Brian Keene

What an interesting story concerning these two tales: Chizmar’s intro tells of two stories he wrote many years ago that he recently revisited with the intention of seeing them find an audience. 268 more words

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This past weekend I attended Scares That Care, a benefit horror convention in Williamsburg, Virginia. I’ve put off doing conventions and signings since I started publishing, but this year I decided it was time to get my face out there and from what I’ve heard, there’s no better event than the Scares That Care Weekend. 614 more words

Scares That Care III

Hey, friends. Been awhile since I’ve posted, but then again, well, you know. Your lives are crazy too.

Speaking of crazy (what an awful segue!), we are now in Williamsburg, Virginia for one of our favorite events of the year: the Scares That Care Weekend Convention. 433 more words


Brian Keene and The Buddy System Strikes Again!

The Buddy System strikes again. At first they were only penetrating the small press porno horror scene lead by Jeff Burk and Deadite Press. They sit proudly with hubris on top of the Buddy System pyramid, but now Buddy System henchman… 127 more words


New Brian Keene and Paul Tremblay Novels

Brian Keene’s Pressure and Paul Tremblay’s The Disappearance at Devil’s Rock are both released today. Both horror novels have been published through the Big 5 and both books sound really fucking good. 127 more words


Book Review: Girl on the Glider by Brian Keene

Blurring the lines of fiction and non-fiction, Keene has created a quiet masterpiece with this short novella. Intellectually provocative and deceptively honest, this is the type of writing that’s rarely achieved by an author, where the auteur’s soul (almost) literally bleeds onto the page. 115 more words

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MY Favorite Zombie Books #SummerZombie

Do you have a favorite zombie book or three, the stories that hooked you as a reader or perhaps made you want to write zombie fiction?  462 more words

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