Posts Tagged ‘Horror Novel’

Overwinter – David Wellington

Overwinter – David Wellington

Tweet Sorry for not posting anything in a while, I’ve been crazy busy. Started a new job recently and that was eating up my time. Anyways, I wanted to give a shout-out to David Wellington’s newest novel, Overwinter. Now, you may remember that I mentioned this a while back in my review of Frostbite, and […]




An Interview with John Everson

An Interview with John Everson

Tweet I recently had the pleasure of speaking with John Everson, Bram Stoker award-winning author of Covenant, Sacrifice, and The 13th. He was kind enough to talk with me about his writing experiences, his influences, and his new novel, Siren. Q: “Can you tell me a little about yourself? When did you start writing?” A: […]




Top Ten Horror Novels: #’s 5 – 1

Top Ten Horror Novels: #’s 5 – 1

Tweet 5. At the Mountains of Madness – H.P. Lovecraft Lovecraft was a struggling author back in his day, but now, more than 70 years after his death, he is almost a god in the horror world. The man invented Cthulhu, the Old Ones, and countless other nameless horrors, and he has spawned hundreds of […]




The Lake – Richard Laymon

The Lake – Richard Laymon

Tweet      Richard Laymon has been around for a while and as such, he has garnered praise from the horror community, and has had a plethora of works published. Sadly, he died in 2001, and several of his works were published posthumously. The Lake is one such novel, published in 2004. When I read it, […]