Book review: Bed of Crimson Joy – Jasper Bark

For his latest release, ‘Bed of Crimson Joy’, Jasper Bark hops into the bed with Nightwatch Press (see what I did there?!), and once again delivers a short slice of sexed-up horror that features his trademark wit and engaging storytelling.┬áRose and Stanley are a typical elderly couple, merely going through the motions in a dour…

Book Review: Pinprick – Matthew Cash

It has certainly been an interesting journey with regard to the writing outputs of Matthew Cash. A couple of his earlier short works had feet firmly planted in the more extreme end of the horror genre. Then one day I came across ‘Illness’ and ‘Hell and Sebastian’; two stories that showed Mr Cash might have…