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Three Reasons to Read Horror Fiction

  So I was asked the other day why it is that I read horror fiction. It's a fair question, and probably one that resonates with a lot of those that don't find themselves drawn to stories that are quite so dark.  It might even sound like an unpleasant experience...

Forgotten Fiction: Hand of Death

Right now, as you are reading this there are thousands of works of fiction sitting on dusty shelves waiting for our adventurous minds to seek them out.  It is the goal of this little effort of mine to seek out these shuttered tales and see how well they hold up.  Are...

Forgotten Fiction: The Stolen Mind

Right now, as you are reading this there are thousands of works of fiction sitting on dusty shelves waiting for our adventurous minds to seek them out.  It is the goal of this little effort of mine to seek out these shuttered tales and see how well they hold up.  Are...

Forgotten Fiction: Satan’s Phonograph

Right now, as you are reading this there are thousands of works of fiction sitting on dusty shelves waiting for our adventurous minds to seek them out.  It is the goal of this little effort of mine to seek out these shuttered tales and see how well they hold up.  Are...

Forgotten Fiction: The Specter Cuts the Ace

[ezcol_4fifth] Right now, as you are reading this there are thousands of works of fiction sitting on dusty shelves waiting for our adventurous minds to seek them out.  It is the goal of this little effort of mine to seek out these shuttered tales and see how well they...

Forgotten Fiction | Satan’s Bondage

[ezcol_4fifth] Right now, as you are reading this there are thousands of works of fiction sitting on dusty shelves waiting for our adventurous minds to seek them out.  It is the goal of this little effort of mine to seek out these shuttered tales and see how well they...

Adventures in Writing | Subterranean Primer

  Does the underground call to you?  Are you intrigued with dark subterranean spaces?  Well, you should be!  They can be incredibly provocative and interesting settings for a story, at times lending their unique qualities as much to a scene as a character would. ...