R.S. Belcher delivers another narrative that walks the line between everyday life and the surreal world of magic.
Mad Hatters and March Hares carries on with magic of Alice in Wonderland, throwing a few little macabre twists along the way.
The Atrocities is a compelling mystery from beginning to end.
The Night Dahlia author, R.S. Belcher, stops by with a guest post!
There's no blues to be had in this exciting installment of the Mythos War trilogy.
My favorite fucked up punk rocker is back in this stunning conclusion to "The Vicious Circuit."
An unfortunate outcast in the resurgence of the novella.
This sleek, deadly novella makes for perfect summer reading.
Mormama? More like Less-is-mormama, amirite?
Jennifer learns that size isn't everything in this Lovecraftian tale.
A passionately funny and terrifying tour de force from one of the most original authors to take up a pen in recent years.
A perfect nailbiter to get "Stranded" at home with this winter.
This tale of a possessed mirror stumbles into seven years of bad luck.
An incomparable, harrowing, and sometimes ridiculously funny thrill ride from a true master.
Jennifer finds out that Over Your Dead Body is quite lively.
R.S. Belcher brings together a vast array of horror and supernatural elements and somehow turns it all into a very entertaining, action-packed novel in The Brotherhood of the Wheel.
HEX is a book about a town and its witch, and not much else.
The Ballad of Black Tom is the anti-love letter that Lovecraft deserves.
Jennifer discovers that good girls go to Heaven, Bad girls get trapped in sequels.
Jennifer learns that starting in the middle of a series is no one's friend.
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