Interview with Thomas S. Flowers

Thomas S. Flowers is a writer who resides in Houston, Texas. His work primarily lurks within the darker regions of fiction. A lover of both film and fiction, Thomas has a very busy blog over at machineman.org. His latest fiction release is ‘Conceiving’, the third book in a series of finely crafted dark fiction tales…

BTB Storytellers Episode 2: Stephen Kozeniewski talks HUNTER OF THE DEAD

I hope you enjoyed last weeks Storyteller episode with Andrew David Barker, talking about his great coming of age novel ‘Dead Leaves’. If you missed it, you can check it out here. This week we fly across the pond to talk with Stephen Kozeniewski. Stephen has a number of novels out through various presses. His books…

Interview: Stephen Kozeniewski (pronounced “causin’ ooze key”)

Stephen Kozeniewski (pronounced “causin’ ooze key”) has a great name. He also writes great books and has one of the best Facebook author pages on the slightly annoying social media site where he consistently challenges you by posing some very serious questions. His books include “Braineater Jones”, “Billy and the Cloneasaurus” , “The Ghoul Archipelago”,…

Book review: Hexagram – Duncan P. Bradshaw

In what sometimes feels like a twisted version of ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ meets ‘Quantum Leap’, Duncan P. Bradshaw’s ‘Hexagram’ is certainly one of the most original horror books that I have come across in 2016. From the opening couple of chapters, featuring a bloody sacrifice, I knew this book was going to…

Interview/Quiz: Duncan P. Bradshaw

  It has been an incredibly busy 12-18 months in the life of writer Duncan P. Bradshaw. Not only is he one third of the Sinister Horror Company – a blossoming horror press based in the U.K. but he now has an impressive catalog of releases to his name. Two zombie novels in the form…

Book Review: Mayan Blue – Michelle Garza & Melissa Lason

‘Mayan Blue’ by the Sisters of Slaughter – Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason is exactly the sort of blood soaked reading experience I was expecting. Having read numerous short stories by the sisters over the last 18 months, I was expecting something dripping with gore and I wasn’t disappointed. The sisters have been plugging away…