Book review: Jack & Jill – Kealan Patrick Burke

  Damn, this is a tough read, but an excellent one. Kealan Patrick Burke delivers the goods once again with this harrowing story about child abuse, the scars the abuse leaves on a person, and how the scars manifest into horrific visions and nightmares. A book needs to grab my attention from the first couple of…

Interview: Armand Rosamilia talks to the Grim Reader

    Today I welcome Armand Rosamilia to beavisthebookhead.com. Armand is a super busy chap and I’m delighted he found time to stop by. He has written over 150 stories which are currently available. He is a podcaster on the Project Entertainment Network….the list goes on. Anyway, enough from me. Here he is.   TGR:…

Guest post: Mark Cassell on his Sussex Horrors

  For as long as I can remember, age, desolation, and imperfection have intrigued me. Through my waking hours, I see the gaps in brickwork, the cracked paint on a windowsill, the frown on someone’s face or even the faint scar along their jawline. It’s not that I see unhappiness everywhere, and of course, nothing…

Interview: DeLani Bartlette on writing

  TGR: Where did your love of reading and writing come from? Sitting in my Papa’s lap at age 3, looking at the big world map behind his desk. He taught me to read with that map and road signs when we would go for a drive – I suppose that’s what gave me the…

Guest interview: Enter the Red Room.

For WIH month, Calvin Demmer asked Christa Carmen a few questions. I have the privilege of posting the interview today. Thanks to Calvin for setting this interview up and thanks to Christa for the great answers! I was going to post this earlier in the week but life got in the way. I’ve since started…

Guest post: Eddie Generous on how to make friends and influence people.

      The Blog and the Kindle (a love story?) By Eddie Generous, Founder/Editor of Unnerving I’d been quietly roaming around indie horror long before I created Unnerving. Watching people get in and fit in, seeing people succeed and fail (too often flailing angrily on social media, calling out others, claiming trash, claiming discrimination),…

Interview: BP Gregory talks puns, writing and edible bugs!

    Today, the Grim Reader welcomes BP Gregory to beavisthebookhead.com. She talks writing, books, puns, influences and more. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your stay.   TGR: Where did your love of reading and writing come from? BG: My folks read to me from day one, but instead of Spot Goes Quantity Surveying Dad…

Interview: Gary Buller steps up to the plate.

  He may not be as well-known as Stephen King but Salford’s finest horror writer, Gary Buller, was only too pleased to stop by Grim Reader Reviews to answer a few questions about writing and life. I hope you will check out Gary’s stuff. His collection, Mechanisms of Despair, shows huge promise and contains some…