Monsters Exist Review!

With a healthy four out of five stars, Monsters Exist stands out as a bold and engaging title. Everyone with a Kindle knows that Amazon lets just about anything in, and because of that there is a lot of dumpster stories flooding the Kindle store. Well, Monsters Exist is far from that. But don’t take my word for it, check out this review. 4.0 out … Continue reading Monsters Exist Review!

Krampus Christmas Review!

5.0 out of 5 starsKrampus is Coming! By Reading Books in Bmore on December 7, 2016 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase There are more scares in this anthology than there are kids in Krampus’s basket! Grant Butler begins with a poem that introduces the malicious Krampus, as well as the collection’s themes of despair and retribution. Gary Buller’s “The Present,” the longest tale, shows the … Continue reading Krampus Christmas Review!

Bukkake Brawl Review

Bukkake Brawl written by Made in DNA Chances are the title caught your curiosity, and chances are high that perhaps your curiosity was followed by a moment of shame, maybe even guilt because you know what a bukkake is. However, don’t allow the guilt and shame to cloud your interest. Bukkake Brawl delivers an intense and engaging story of aspiration and revenge set in a dystopian 80’s envision … Continue reading Bukkake Brawl Review

The Bleeder Review

Some stories merely delve into darkness only to pull the reader out from it with some light humor. Others, however, not only descend into the abyss, they thrive in it. Dumping the reader into a dark, brutal, hopeless world so that she has no other choice but to face the fear! Order The Bleeder on Amazon The Bleeder began as a series of short … Continue reading The Bleeder Review

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse Review

Boy scouts customizing weapons to take on hordes of zombies sounds like a great concept. Watching people take on waves of the undead in a manner similar to that of Dead Rising would be great for a fun popcorn flick. Yet, somehow Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse manages to take a should be easy to execute concept and just take a giant diarrhea dump … Continue reading Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse Review

Prime Cuts Graphic Novel Review

Gritty like rough sandpaper, deprived like a German nightclub, Primal Cuts, graphic novel written by John Franklin and Tim Sulka, illustrated by Rob Gutman, tells a disturbing and yet hilarious tale of revenge. Todd Sweeny, released from cosmology prison, sets forth to kill the man responsible for killing his family. He also has a skill like no other, a master of the cut, with his … Continue reading Prime Cuts Graphic Novel Review

Kiss Me Like You Love Me Review

Do remember those moments, when you’re reading through your favorite book, and the author goes on and on about the details of a coat? Looking at you Anne Rice. What would it be like to read a gripping, engrossing story that doesn’t pussy-foot around the point? What about a story that doesn’t have all that cumbersome filler and delivers an entertaining experience from cover to … Continue reading Kiss Me Like You Love Me Review