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Mike Thorn "Darkest Hours" Review


Length: 254 Pages

Publisher: Unnerving

Release Date: November 21, 2017

One of the best things about running a blog dedicated to horror fiction – and hell, just being a reader in general – is discovering new writers. 1,447 more words

Guest Post: "Favorite King Book for Every Decade" by Mike Thorn

Today’s post on The Horror Bookshelf comes from Mike Thorn, who released his debut collection Darkest Hours towards the end of 2017 through Unnerving. Thorn’s Darkest Hours is a collection of 16 stories that run the gamut of the various horror sub-genres from bizarro to splatterpunk and everything in between. 1,087 more words

London GB: Relive History In Churchill War Rooms

After all the hoopla at the Academy Awards, it’s comforting for this elderly Navy vet that a couple of World War 2 movies about England were on the list of honorees. 128 more words

As A Home Confides

There have been holes.

Holes in the wall.

Holes to the sky.

Blankets for caressing.

Blankets in which, I could collect my cares.

But within the secrets of dim light…

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31 Days of Horror 2017: Join Mike Thorn in His Darkest Hours

Horror fiction, regardless of how well it is written, often goes exactly where seasoned reader expect it to go. It’s rare that a writer in the horror genre hits us with a perspective or idea that we didn’t see coming. 323 more words

Emptiness Remains

#7 | 31 Poems for August 2017

I write to write yet somehow the emptiness remains.
Because at the end of the day, words are just empty air. 164 more words