MUTATOR BY GARY FRY

Mutator by Gary Fry and published by DarkFuse is a story of discovery, or finding things concealed in the darkness. James Parry a retired professor moves to a new home in the country along with his instinctive beagle Damian and discovers the idyll he craves after a life of hard…

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WORMS V POTATOES. TWO NEW ANTHOLOGIES FROM KNIGHTWATCH PRESS

When a publisher releases two books, both single word themed that contain stories from competitive writers there’s only one way to review them. It’s Book Battle Royale time folks. Knightwatch Press have released two beautiful anthologies titled Worms and Potatoes. In the red corner sits Worms. It’s the slimmer of…

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TINY WINDOWS INTERVIEW – JAMES EVERINGTON

In this new segment I hope to explore the short form in genre fiction. Everything form anthology reviews to author interviews right down to portmanteau films and TV shows. If it’s short and genre you’ll find it in Tiny Windows. I’m really happy to have James Everington along for the…

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WHITSTABLE BY STEPHEN VOLK

Whitstable may read like Stephen Volk’s billet-doux to Peter Cushing at first, but it’s not long before we discover this is a profound and layered tale of human frailty. A story of a man looking for a meaning to life and a reason to live it. The novella’s setting is an astute choice…

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Lurker by Gary Fry

Gary Fry treads similar territory in Lurker that he visited in his fantastic Novel ‘The Conjuring House’ also published by Dark Fuse. A move to the Moors, an imbalanced relationship and a missing child. Only this time it’s a miscarriage. This novella also journeys into the realm of cosmic horror,…

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CONJURE HOUSE BY GARY FRY

If I had to label Gary Fry’s new novel from Dark Fuse, I’d call it a psychoanalytical horror. That’s because Conjure House embraces big philosophical and psychological ideas that blend together with ancient Lovecraftian motifs. The novel delves deep into theories of psyche and symbolism that create everything in our…

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Future Gone- Alexandar Tomov

Reading ‘Future Gone’ felt like running my fingers over the epitaphs in a cemetery of weathered headstones. I could tell there had been beautiful inscriptions chiselled away with great care and love. Yet I couldn’t help wondering if the rain washed words could have helped me understand the poetry a…

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Holes For Faces by Ramsey Campbell

There exists a land where dinosaurs roam the city streets and real life flickers in monochrome. That’s how my children picture my youth growing up in Liverpool anyhow. It was in that black and white world I discovered a tatty horror anthology in a second hand book shop that would…

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The Adequate Roof Structure Can Aid You in Different Areas

If you have the option of choosing between a traditional and a flat roof for your house, there are some reasons that could lead you to choose either Calgary roofers services. For drainage purposes, appearance or many other factors, you may want to opt for a gable roof, but installing…

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THE NEXT BIG THING

Yep, just as many horror writers have a preference for running-for-fun, death metal and tattoos, as well as fried animal products (Ian Woodhead knows what I’m talking about) I’m striking a blow for lying in bed while stuffing hot cross buns into my big fat gob. And big Steve-Harris style…

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