Review: SPIFFING by Tim Mendees

Spiffing is a fun little cosmic horror novella about Bertram 'Bertie' Lexington-Brown, a quirky, rich businessman with a fascination for the macabre. Old cursed necklaces, crystals supposedly housing the imprisoned essence of antediluvian demigods, that sort of thing. His latest acquisition is the sarcophagus of an ancient and, up until now, mythological Egyptian priest who... Continue Reading →

Review: THE MOLD FARMER by Rick Claypool

I've read some really great books since deciding to actively delve into the small press world, and Rick Claypool's The Mold Farmer is an imaginatively sinister, outside-the-box, weird little novella I'm super glad I discovered. Pitched as a story of cosmic claustrophobia and workplace survival horror, it's the story of Thorner, an everyday family man... Continue Reading →

Review: THE MIDNIGHT BARGAIN by C. L. Polk

Oh hey, it me, your favourite fantasy period romance fan. Words I thought the world would never hear. But hey, appaz after reading The House In The Cerulean Sea and actually quite enjoying full on steamy post-apocalyptic sci-fi erotic romance Deal With The Devil, C. L. Polk's The Midnight Bargain is the latest romance story... Continue Reading →

Mid-Year Book Check In | 2021

I'm not known for my frequent partaking in book tags, but occasionally one catches my eye and this one looks super fun! Co-created by Ely @ Earl Grey Books and Chami @ Read Like Wildfire. Let's go! Best book you’ve read so far in 2021Ok so if we're being very literal, then it's got to... Continue Reading →

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