Book review: The ADHD Vampire – Matthew Vaughn

  I needed a little nonsense in my reading life, and The ADHD Vampire was my ticket to ride. So, what happens when an age-old evil in the form of Horace Dracul awakens and is set loose on an unsuspecting cruise ship (the U.S.S. Exciter!)? Carnage, sex and flashing light distractions, that’s what! The Exciter…

Book review: Cartoons in the Suicide Forest – Leza Cantoral

Leza Cantoral’s debut collection of bizarre, erotic, weird fiction is as charming as it is filthy. Cantoral weaves together fairy tales and Disney stories, transforming them into sex-filled fantasies dripping with bodily fluids. Her writing both excites and feels fresh, virgin almost. It’s playful without being too sugar-coated and I really enjoyed this little foray…

Book review: Battering the Stem – Bob Freville

‘Battering the Stem’ is a hard-boiled novella the likes of which I haven’t read in some time. Though perhaps not my usual read, I do enjoy dark, crime fiction as a change from my usual diet of horror. Bob Freville is a new author to me but one that I will be keen on reading…