Friday, June 28, 2013

Weird Tales of Terror Review in Hellnotes

I was delighted to read this wonderful review about my collection WEIRD TALES OF TERROR in Hellnotes . Here's a tiny taste of the beginning. You can click on the link to read the rest.


Sephera Giron

Trade Paperback Edition: CreateSpace; 392 pages; $12.99

eBook: Kindle Edition: Scarlett Publishing; $2.99

Reviewer: William J. Grabowski

Award-winning author Sephera Giron has released a collection of never-before-published fiction: six short stories, including a novel, The Witch’s Field. A hefty work indeed of early excursions into spaces where trauma, insanity, isolation, and sex collide with horror and the occult.

For early work this is well-crafted, potent material. During the read, I kept telling myself: “This stuff is like Joyce Carol Oates as directed by David Cronenberg.” In case you missed it, that’s meant as a compliment.

Read the rest of the review here.

WEIRD TALES OF TERROR is available both in trade paperback and as an ebook.

I would love to hear your thoughts about it.

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