The Face You Wear

Happy Friday. What’s everyone reading? Available today is the new psychological horror thriller The Face You Wear by Faith Pierce. An unknown threat is creeping its way into Jana’s residence in this psychological horror novel. Jana overcame a bleak, poverty-stricken childhood to achieve her version of the American dream. She has her own home, a … Continue reading The Face You Wear

(un)tethered

No throwback this Thursday because we have something new to show you. We have been talking about dark poetry, and House of Stitched’s own M Ennenbach has a new collection out titled (un)tethered. (un)tethered by rationality, adrift on waves of bipolar dissonance, a collection of pining odes to wildflowers and succulent agonies in the grip … Continue reading (un)tethered

Voices

Happy Throwback Thursday. In 2018, Stitched Smile Publications published Voices, a collection by A.J. Brown. The mind is a terrible thing to waste. It is also a terrible place to live. Thoughts, fears, and paranoid thoughts lurk in the shadows, waiting to pounce when you are most vulnerable. Those thoughts whisper words of no escape. … Continue reading Voices

The Nightmare Edition

Happy Friday! What’s everyone reading? We have been discussing anthologies, and today we have a new one for you. Earlier this month, KJK Publishing released The Horror Collection: Nightmare Edition, the 12th anthology in The Horror Collection series. Let’s take a look. Book twelve in The Horror Collection sits at over ninety-thousand words — by far the … Continue reading The Nightmare Edition

Did You Know …?

Happy Monday! It’s time for Did you know. Did you know there’s a StokerVerse? Writers Chris McAuley and Dacre Stoker, the great-grand-nephew of Dracula author Bram Stoker, have teamed up with select artists to create the StokerVerse series of short graphic novels. “Set in the universe of Dracula and other terrors synonymous with the famous … Continue reading Did You Know …?

Conversations with Dead Serial Killers

Happy Saturday. Are you into the serial killer subgenre of horror? Ashley Lister has an interesting take on that in his book Conversations with Dead Serial Killers. “A clown can get away with murder.” -John Wayne Gacy, the killer clown. Derek Turner makes his living as a psychic. But, when he makes his first genuine … Continue reading Conversations with Dead Serial Killers