Daryl Duncan – Legend

Originally posted on Zombie-Kebab-Blog:
Daryl Lewis Duncan. Part time film maker, script writer with Dead On Films. Recently started making book covers in return for some food and likes. Co-authoring several stories with Dawn Cano. Plays guitar and fronts a band called Gypsum Weed who are nowhere near good enough to play live yet. Daryl…

Career highlights ( so far )

Originally posted on WILLIAM MEIKLE:
I was asked elsewhere what I thought my career high point was – and the question floored me for a bit, as it’s not something I’ve sat and thought about. But in this week when I’m feeling a bit low about the closure of Dark Renaissance and struggling to find…

Your New Must Read List

Hi, Kiddies, I hope this finds you well and that you’re all enjoying the same lovely springtime weather that Texas is experiencing. Today, rather than bringing you a review, I wanted to showcase a couple of authors I think everyone needs to read. These guys and gals bust their asses to bring us some phenomenal…

Review: The Scarlett Curse by Toneye Eyenot

  Book Description: Scarlett, bearer of The Sacred Blade Of Profanity for nigh on three hundred years, untouched by linear time, unhindered by the confines of space, nevertheless has grown weary. The ancient dagger, crafted in sorcery over eight thousand years ago, requires the blood of the profane to sustain its power. Scarlett has killed…

Review: Bound by Matt Hickman and Andrew Lennon

Book Description: July 2013, Manchester, UK. A murder investigation team, led by DCI Mark Gunn is assigned to probe into the brutal mutilations of four women found dead from various locations around the city centre. The evidence gathered from the scene of the crimes, and the extreme nature of the women’s deaths indicate that the…

Salvage by Duncan Ralston

Originally posted on UNDEAD REVIEW:
When Lori mysteriously drowns in Chapel Lake, her distraught older brother Owen makes a trek to the lake that killed her, hoping that he can figure out just what his little sister was doing there, but what he uncovers are ghosts from his past, ghosts that may or may not…