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TALES FROM THE LAKE VOL. 2, UNDEAD FLESHCRAVE AND OTHER UPDATES

TALES FROM THE LAKE VOL. 2, UNDEAD FLESHCRAVE AND OTHER UPDATES

This poor old WordPress site gets sadly neglected a lot of the time, but on top of running my author page on Facebook, along with pages for WetWorks, Rejected For Content and Plebs, as well as maintaining a Twitter, Google+, Goodreads and miscellaneous other accounts, it’s probably lucky it gets the attention it does. 1,219 more words

Matthew J. Barbour Breaks Down Jack Ketchum's 'Ladies’ Night' (Review)

Written by: Matthew J. Barbour

Jack Ketchum is a horror writer who needs no introduction. Along with Richard Laymon, and Edward Lee, the man popularized and defined hardcore horror during the 1980s and made it palatable for mass market consumption. 471 more words

Review

Interview: Michael Ling, Director of Edward Lee's The Bighead

Michael Ling is the director of Edward Lee’s The Bighead, a short film based on the novel of the same name. Here is what we here at… 3,530 more words

News

"The Woman" (2011)

By Jerome Reuter

The Woman is a 2011 horror film, based on the Jack Ketchum book of the same name. Adapted to the screen by director Lucky McKee, with the help of Ketchum, it’s visceral tale, and not for the weak at heart. 495 more words

Film

Announcing Writers in Writing Volume 1!

Crystal Lake Publishing presents WRITERS ON WRITING: AN AUTHOR’S GUIDE. Volume 1 coming soon.

Your favorite authors share their secrets in the ultimate guide to becoming and being an author. 160 more words

Writing

Stranglehold Will Get a Strong Hold on You

I just finished reading Stranglehold by Jack Ketchum and I was absolutely floored by the strong writing, great plot, and Ketchum’s ability to just suck the reader into the world he created and have each chapter end with a feeling of dread and despair that forces the reader to read “just one more chapter” before they take a break. 271 more words

Blood, guts, and gory meet character and heart: The Gentle Art of Finding the balance

This week, I started writing a brand new novel. Anyone who has paid attention to me knows that I’m already working on more than four other pieces. 612 more words

Horror