An Excerpt from John Ajvide Lindqvist’s “Let the Right One In” (Låt den rätte komma in)

    " He stopped when he saw a tear come out of the corner of one of Eli's eyes; no, one in each eye. But it wasn't a tear, since it was dark. The skin in Eli's face started to flush, became pink, red, wine-red, and her hands tightened into fists as the pores … Continue reading An Excerpt from John Ajvide Lindqvist’s “Let the Right One In” (Låt den rätte komma in)

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Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Melissa R. Mendelson @melissmendelson @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction — Spreading the Writer’s Word

The Ladies of Horror Picture-Prompt Writing Challenge! Childish Mistakes by Melissa R. Mendelson There once was a little boy that played in the sand when suddenly a copper coin fell into his hand. As its weight filled his small grasp, there was a wish that he may ask, and he thought of all the death … Continue reading Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Melissa R. Mendelson @melissmendelson @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction — Spreading the Writer’s Word

Book review: Little Black Spots – John F D Taff — Grim Reader Reviews

ANOTHER great review... Glad to see I'm not the only one who enjoys some Little Black Spots.... Click on through and let The Grim Reader hold your hand...   Short story collections are funny beasts…for publishers and authors they can be a tricky sell. I’m not sure why? I love reading short stories as much … Continue reading Book review: Little Black Spots – John F D Taff — Grim Reader Reviews

Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Lydia Prime @LydiaPrime @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction — Spreading the Writer’s Word

The Ladies of Horror Picture-Prompt Writing Challenge! Reborn by Lydia Prime I know we stopped breathing, but now we’re here, standing on all fours. I looked to my friend, a white coat and paws, same as me. I watched as our breath created mist and the leaves fell around us. A new beginning. We raced … Continue reading Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Lydia Prime @LydiaPrime @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction — Spreading the Writer’s Word

THE WINDOW, my birthday, and some sweet ass 99 Cent Deals!

Glenn Rolfe

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“Glenn Rolfe delivers a chilling tale of demonic possession that keeps you
turning pages all night long.”  -Russell James, author of Q Island

“Never gonna look in a mirror or out a window again! The Window is deep and rich…(and) will surely scare your socks off!” – The Haunted Reading Room

My new novel is out tomorrow!  I can’t believe it’s already here.

What kind of demons await you tonight?

For Richie, life’s constant cheap shots are adding up. When he finds something is watching him, he never dreamed that it would show him everything he ever wanted.

When his son, James, comes to stay for the last month of summer, the changes in his father’s behavior come to the forefront. What is his father doing staring into the window in the middle of the night?
Was the fiery spark in the dark real? Or is Jame’s imagination getting the…

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Book review: The Way We Came In – Kelby Losack

Bad decisions abound in this book from the author of “Heathenish”….

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Hot on the heels of the excellent Heathenish, The Way We Came In tells the story of brothers trying to make ends meet after one is released from prison. How do they do this? They both get jobs at the local store packing groceries, right? Wrong! Drugs, poor decisions lie at the centre of this fine tale in which we have twin brothers who will do anything to pay the rent. At around one hours reading, The Way We Came In is a meagre investment of your time but it’s certainly a worthy one, especially if you like gritty fiction. It’s a story of poverty, brotherly love and day-to-day survival at street level.

When I was reading this, I felt as if The Way We Came In was like a literary version of the classic gangsta movie Menace II Society or something along those lines. This is high-quality fiction, folks…

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Guest Post: Glenn Rolfe – Am I Demon?

Glenn’s picks on “possession” books are definitely worth reading…. or listening to.
Happy demonic haunting to everyone. 😉

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“Demonology 101”

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Glenn Rolfe

In my new book, The Window, we have a father and son, and their friends, coming face-to-face with a demonic couple trapped in Purgatory. While my demons aren’t your Exorcist type of demon, they do have bad intentions which indeed involve possession.

I didn’t set out to make a new unique type of demon, and for all I know, I haven’t, but it was a lot of fun constructing these two and their past and the ways they get into my characters heads. I originally called them, Weakness Seekers (I know, generic), but as they began to develop and their backstory started to take shape, I knew they were much more than their victim profile. Domineus and Sanikus. Honestly, their names are probably the result of too many Danzig tunes (is that even possible?) pumping through my headphones, but I knew they couldn’t be your average demons…

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