Review of Andrew Cull’s Hope and Walker

Ah, you can't beat a good, old-fashioned ghost story. Not the one where the ghost is terrorising a house, but one where it has a purpose. And that's what Hope and Walker is -- a story with a purpose. Em's father owns a funeral parlour where she grows a fascination with talking to and drawing... Continue Reading →

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Love reading fiction, but just can't take a plunge on a magazine full of writers you may not be aware of? Or would you just like to broaden your horizons and find new writers? Then, we have the magazine, or ezine rather, for you. And the best thing about it? It's completely FREE. Yes, that's... Continue Reading →

A Review of Aphotic Realm’s Classified

Aphotic Realm have been operating for just over a year now, and since then, they have released three issues (including Classified), Mandi Jourdan's Shadows of the Mind, and a new short story collection called Tales from the Realm Vol 1. When it comes to Classified, which is the subject of this review, it shows just what a... Continue Reading →

Zombie War Issue 1 & 2

Authors: Kevin Eastman and Tom Skulan Genres: Action/Horror/Zombies ___________________________________________________________________ There's something to be said when sitting down to tuck into a zombie comic/book, especially one with the undead having the ability to speak and shoot guns. However, with Zombie War, that's where the excitement ends. If there was ever a comic to sum itself up, it's... Continue Reading →

ITCH: A Collection of Short Stories Review

Debut works from writers can be tricky, especially the ones that are self-published. With new technologies, the market has become over-saturated in recent years. However, since releasing his collection of short stories, ITCH, A.A. Medina has gone on to release his novella, Siphon, via Hindered Souls Press, making it an exciting year for him already... Continue Reading →

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