REVIEW: 100 Word Horrors

100 Word Horrors
Published by KJK Publishing

A Drabble is a short form of fiction that is exactly 100 words long (not including the title).

Kevin J. Kennedy has once again brought together the best of the horror world to bring you an anthology that is packed with creepy tales. Between these pages you will find over one hundred drabbles, written by a wealth of talented authors. From the best indie horror authors to Bram Stoker award winners and Amazon top sellers. We have monsters, mayhem and madness. Come join us.

Contains drabbles by, Amy Cross, William F. Nolan, Lisa Morton, Gord Rollo, Michael A. Arnzen, Mark Lukens, Richard Chizmar, Rick Gualtieri, Jeff Strand, Kevin J. Kennedy, P. Mattern, Lee Mountford, Ike Hamill, Michael Bray, Andrew Lennon, Craig Saunders, Matt Hickman, Glenn Rolfe and many more.



I’m in a Facebook horror group and there are many indie and self published authors in it, that is where I was introduced to this book. At first I wasn’t sure about it, I mean how good can a story be if it’s only 100 words long? I was surprised to find these were good stories.
These stories are like tiny glimpses into people’s lives. Short but to the point. There are many that would make great longer stories, some that I would really like to be longer stories. Here is a short list of some of my favorites:
Hide and Seek by Matthew Brockmeyer
Lunchtime by Andrew Lennon
Baby Steps by Michael A. Arnzen
Cold Toes by Georgia Lennon
No More b Mike Duke
Meal for One by Howard Carlyle
Another Tonight? by William F. Nolan

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Review: Florida Man by Mike Baron

Gary Duba’s having a bad day. There’s a snake in his toilet, a rabid raccoon in the yard, and his girl Krystal’s in jail for getting naked at a Waffle House and licking the manager.

Gary’s a redneck living in a trailer by the swamp. But he’s got dreams, big dreams. Every time he tries to get ahead, fate deals him a low blow. But then he gets lucky…

With his best friend, Floyd, Gary sets out to sell his prized Barry Bonds rookie card to raise the five hundred needed for bail. But things always find a way of getting out of hand.



This book made me laugh so much that my sides hurt!

Florida Man has a very solid storyline and great character development. I was unsure about reading it at first because it’s not something I would normally read, but I’m glad I read it.

Definitely keeping an eye on this author!

Blog Tour- Kingdom: Tiber City Blues

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This is my stop during the blog tour for Kingdom: Tiber City Blues by Anderson O’Donnell. This blog tour is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours. The blog tour runs from 16 September till 6 October. See the tour schedule here.

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Kingdom: Tiber City Blues By Anderson O’Donnell Genre: Dystopian Sci-Fi Age category: Adult Release Date: February 2019

Blurb: In a secret laboratory hidden under the desert, a covert bioengineering project—codename “Exodus”—has discovered the gene responsible for the human soul. Somewhere in the neon sprawl outside the nation’s collapsing economic core, a group of renegade monks are on the verge of uncovering a secret that has eluded mankind for centuries. In a glittering tower high above the urban decay, an ascendant U.S. Senator is found dead–an apparent, yet inexplicable, suicide. And in the streets below, a young couple races through an ultra-modern metropolis on the verge of a violent revolution….closing in on the terrible truth behind Exodus–and one man’s dark vision for the future of mankind.

You can find Kingdom: Tiber City Blues on Goodreads You can buy Kingdom: Tiber City Blues here on Amazon What reviewers are saying: “A taut, brilliantly conceived thriller with impeccable pacing bursting with ideas…For fans of noir-laden science fiction in the vein of Philip K. Dick that is in equal measures suspenseful, gripping, darkly funny and philosophically challenging.” (starred review and named a Top Indie Book of the Year) – Kirkus Reviews “There simply aren’t enough stars to communicate the impressiveness of O’Donnell’s work here. He has taken religion, science, politics, theory and philosophy and blended them all together to create what is easily one of the most important books to come out this year.” – Pavarti K. Tyler, Fighting Monkey Press Kingdom is a thrill-a-minute, bio-punk myth that manages to wrestle with the most pressing issues of the new millennium. O’Donnell has crafted a kickass novel of tomorrow night, when the big party gets raided by the monsters we’ve been building for the last half-century. Hip and hellish, wild and weird, Tiber City is the dystopian megalopolis into which we will all soon move–whether we know it or not. – Jack O’Connell, Author of Word Made Flesh and Box Nine

Anderson O'Donnell

About the Author: Obsessed with dystopian fiction and the Clash, Anderson resides with his wife and three children in Collinsville, CT. You can find and contact Anderson O’Donnell here: – GoodreadsAmazon Giveaway There is a tour wide giveaway for the blog tour of Kingdom: Tiber City Blues. One winner will win a prize pack (open international) containing the following items: a signed copy of Kingdom Tiber City Blues, a poster of the cover Kingdom Tiber City Blues, a bottle of whiskey and a copy of The Clash’s “London Calling”. For a chance to win, enter the rafflecopter below: a Rafflecopter giveaway

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This was a very unique read, I really liked the darker dystopian aspects the author used.

The world building and descriptions were incredible, it was a real world that could unfortunately come true. I will say I didn’t really feel anything about the characters.

Overall this is a good book but it seemed rushed.

Review: All The Kings Traitors

Over a thousand years have passed since the first Godstones ripped through the skies and mangled the earth. With their fall came centuries of chaos and destruction, but also immense power.

Power that separates humans from Gods.

Now, in the Kingdom of Azanthea, two adoptive brothers flee from unjust conscription.

A fugitive struggles to truly be free.

A double-crossing warrior must choose where his allegiances lie: with his wife or with his daughter.

A traitorous heir to the Kingdom’s throne roams the lands in search of an army to call his own.

A prodigy in the House of Historian competes in a grueling trial to prove her loyalty.

And one God-King rules over them all.



This is a great start to a series! I was pulled right into this book, the world and characters were very well written. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.

The Krampus

The Krampus

The Krampus (Spine Chillers)
by Nancy Gray
Genre: Horror
Age category: Middle Grade
Release Date: December 12, 2018

Christmas is a time of peace and good dreams, but for Nick it would soon become a nightmare. When he starts skipping classes to hang with the bullies at school, strange things begin to happen.

A horrifying apparition haunts his dreams and tears his Christmas stocking into shreds! Finally, the beast crashes through Nick’s bedroom window, throws him in a sack, and spirits him away to its lair.

Nick finds himself in a world of perpetual twilight where he will have to find his way home before becoming trapped forever, or worse. THE KRAMPUS is hungry, and the oven awaits a fresh meat pie!

You can find The Krampus on Goodreads

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Nancy Gray

About the Author:
Nancy Gray has published a number of works including her young adult fantasy series Blood Rain. Her short story “Chosen” appeared in Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal Author Quest: a Penguin Special from Grosset & Dunlap. Her work also appears in various anthologies.
Nancy Gray has been writing for over ten years. Gray lives in South Carolina with her husband and two daughters. She enjoys books, video games, anime, manga, and horror.

Other Works by Nancy Gray:
Blood Rain
Blood Moon
Blood God
Spine Chillers: The Scarecrow
Spine Chillers: Big Bad Wolf
Spine Chillers: The Beast of Black Pond
Spine Chillers: Empty Eyes
Spine Chillers: The Firefly

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I really liked how the author worked the story about Krampus into this story and kept true to the legends. The pacing was a tad slow at the beginning but picked up. This is a dark story and I think it would be okay for the older middle grade but might be too much for younger middle grade readers.

Overall it was a good read and will definitely get kids into reading horror.

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Review: The Cannibals of Candyland

There exists a race of cannibals who are made out of candy. They live in an underground world filled with lollipop forests and gumdrop goblins. During the day, while you are away at work, they come above ground and prowl our streets for food. Their prey: your children. They lure young boys and girls to them with their sweet scent and bright colorful candy coating, then rip them apart with razor sharp teeth and claws.

When he was a child, Franklin Pierce witnessed the death of his siblings at the hands of a candy woman with pink cotton candy hair. Since that day, the candy people have become his obsession. He has spent his entire life trying to prove that they exist. And after discovering the entrance to the underground world of the candy people, Franklin finds himself venturing into their sugary domain. His mission: capture one of them and bring it back, dead or alive.

Cannibals of Candyland is an erotic horror story for the bizarro reader. Dark, disturbing, and absurd; this isn’t the board game version of candy land you used to play as a kid.



This was a very different and interesting read. This is my first dip into Bizarro fiction and it definitely won’t be my last.

This book gives a very disturbing twist to Candyland!

This book definitely isn’t for everyone, but if you’re looking for something completely different you should check out this book.

Review: Mi Sueno Perfecto

In 2023, floods devastate the Southern United States, and Max Roja may have a cure for the flesh-eating bacteria that follows. He is one of the last healers left in the Americas who knows how to cure disease with the rare coral leaf plant. When Max flees Honduras for the States, he faces off against the cartel. But he also encounters a far bigger enemy, one his father never disclosed. One covert group of men always thirsted to steal the coral leaf. It could change the human genetic order. They will stop at nothing to get it. The floods and the outbreak are only the beginning. One groundbreaking scientist can help. But Max must first make the ultimate decision. He learns the disasters are far worse than an outbreak. What happens next will rock humankind. This science fiction apocalyptic thriller is the prequel novella to the Skin Trials series.



This is a great start to a series! I couldn’t put this book down and can’t wait to find out what happens next!This novella had a lot of action in it that kept me turning the pages. The characters and setting pull you right in. I do like how the author made it so the rich people get what they want no matter what the cost is, which unfortunately seems to be a reality in our world.

Review: The Year of The Knife

Agent -Sully- Sullivan is one of the top cops in the Imperial Bureau of Investigation. A veteran witch of the British Empire who isn’t afraid to use her magical skills to crack a case. But Sully might need more than a good education and raw power to stop the string of grisly murders that have been springing up across the American Colonies. Every one of them marked by the same chilling calling card, a warning in the form of a legion of voices screaming out through the killers’ mouths: -It IS tHe YEAr oF the KNife.-

Sully’s investigation will drag her away from the comforts of home in New Amsterdam, the beautiful but useless hyacinth macaw that used to be her boss, and the loving arms of her undead girlfriend, in a thrilling race against time, demonic forces and a shadowy conspiracy that will do anything to keep its hold on power and ensure that Sully takes their secrets to her grave, as soon as possible.



I enjoyed this book, it’s different than anything I’ve read before. It takes place in an alternative USA where the British still have control. There are tons of paranormal elements that I really liked.

The mystery of who the killer was kept me reading, I had to find out who it was. The twists and turns kept me on my toes and trying to guess what happened next.

Review: Human Flesh

They never caught it

During the winter of 2017, a series of strange occurrences took place in a small town of northern Maine. A rational explanation for what happened has still not been presented. Now, for the first time, all the available written evidence is being released to the public from what is commonly know as the Freyston case.

Human Flesh was originally published in Danish to great reviews, and is now available in English. This dark winter horror story will also satisfy crime lovers, as the plot is told through written evidence in a fictitious murder case. For fans of Hannibal Lecter and Pet Sematary.



Wow!! This book grabbed me from the beginning and refused to let go. I love how it’s told through texts, emails, phone calls, ect… I think having it told that way gives it a more real and creepy feeling to the storyline. I love the backstory of the Wendigo, I don’t recall ever hearing it so it was a great element in the story. This is definitely an author you should check out if you’re a horror lover. Can’t wait to dive into more from Nick Clausen!

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