Pin by Andrew Neiderman

by @Asenath Ah, incest. The Gothic’s favorite taboo, there from the very beginning. Much like the function of incest in the original Gothic novels, the horror in Pin is less focused on the perverse acts themselves than on the ways in which a young woman is forced to exchange one captor for another. Here, teenage… Continue reading Pin by Andrew Neiderman

The Final Reconciliation by Todd Keisling

by Christopher O’Halloran (@BurgleInfernal) Gone are the days of the chonky novel. The thousand-page tome is losing its appeal among readers. People want a nice, quick, story. All action, right now.  The Final Reconciliation pulls that off with no wasted space. BEHIND THE PEN TODD KEISLING was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Superior… Continue reading The Final Reconciliation by Todd Keisling


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