Category: horror

Book Review: INCARNATE, by Josh Stolberg

Looks like INCARNATE is Stolberg’s debut novel. What a way to crash into the thriller genre –full force, full steam! Dr. Kim Patterson is new on the job. As a hospital psychiatric resident her every move is watched. Dedicated to her patients, she is determined to help Scarlett Hascall. Hascall is suffering from Dissociation Identity […]

Welcome to the Crime Scene!

Has it really been a year since my last novel was released?  ABSOLUTE ZERO, November 2017. Yeah, a year. Wow. It’s not that I’ve been slacking. Because I haven’t, but the thing is I almost gave up writing. I know, crazy, right? I have 26 published novels. Why quit? I figured out the problem and […]

Book Review: The Clarity, by Keith Thomas

I received an advance review copy of Keith Thomas’ The Clarity. After reading the back cover synopsis, I bumped it ahead of the book on my To-Be-Read (TBR) pile. And within a few days, finished the book with a sense of “wow, that was not what I expected!” kind of feel. Ashanique is a young […]

Book Review: MEDDLING KIDS, by Edgar Cantero

MEDDLING KIDS is a new novel by Edgar Cantero. This is not your parent’s Scooby-Doo, and yet, this book is perfect for your parents who were fans of Scooby-Doo! Here’s the thing. I had a tough time remembering I wasn’t reading a Scooby-Doo mash-up novel. So even though I was reading names like Peter, Nate, […]

From Zombies to Wizards

In 2012, I signed a contract with Severed Press for a trilogy of zombie novels. To this day, the three books in that saga are still my best selling books. I wrote two more zombie books after the completion of the series. People love zombies. People love horror novels. No way around it. As a […]