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“Guarding the Healer” by Gabriel Beyers

“Guarding the Healer” is a Horror Novel by Gabriel Beyers. Below is a synopsis: When Silas Walker is endowed with the power to heal, he soon discovers that no gift comes without a price. A man possessed by an ancient evil is taunting the healer with photos of victims brutally murdered and marked with the crude image of an angel, and for Silas the slain are growing more familiar. After he is given an ominous warning and an unbearable ultimatum, Silas sets out to draw his enemy away from those he loves, and discover the true purpose of his gift, which leads him inexplicably to a troubled young drifter named Tommy. The Stalker is close on the healer’s trail, bringing with him an army of demons. Silas’s only hope rests in the hands of … Read entire article »

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“I Zombie I” by Jack Wallen

Recently I had the pleasure of interviewing Jack Wallen, the author of “I Zombie I“, as well as a couple of other books, including one that I just happen to be reading at this time. (Watch for the review to be coming up soon.) “I Zombie I” is an apocalyptic horr novel featuring a primary character named Jacob Plummer. When I asked Jack to tell me something about the book, he said the book shows how “finding one’s truest strength often requires a dive into the pits of indescribable turmoil”.   Below is a sample from his book: Chapter 1: It begins The blast ripped through the air, stopping all time and thought. Even from within my hotel room, I felt the concussion deep within my cells. I felt it in my gut, my … Read entire article »

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“Mental Shrillness” by Todd Russell

This time around we have Todd Russell here to discuss his book “Mental Shrillness“, which is a collection of six horror stories. Todd started writing at eight years old and has honed his bizarre style along the likes of Rod Serling, Robert R. McCammon, and Stephen King. “Mental Shrillness”, a collection of horror stories, is his first book.     Now then, for a sample of Todd’s book: Jackie needed body heat. Ben turned up the bath as hot as the tap would go. Her flesh took on a yellowy-white tint and her body had begun to stiffen. “Jackie, don’t go.” Ben whispered, and kissed her firm, cold lips. “Please don’t leave me this way.” The water steamed the bathroom windows and beads of sweat coursed down his forehead to race against his tears. “You … Read entire article »

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