SHRIEKS AND SHIVERS is “scary and imminently readable”

Amazon reader Wesley Irvin has written a five-star review of SHRIEKS AND SHIVERS, the latest anthology from The Horror Zine to feature a short story of mine.

Now available in Kindle, paperback, and limited edition hardcover.

Now available in Kindle, paperback, and limited edition hardcover.

This is one of those short fiction books that goes far above the usual entertainment bar. It isn’t just a collection of finely written, well-edited, painstakingly sculpted literary pieces so perfectly scribed it takes your breath away. But also has material directly related to the craft (my favorite being John Russo‘s, ‘A word about Zombies’).

In my Kindle version I was also able to tap the writer’s names and go directly to their own websites, or find their publishers and websites internet addresses to read even more. Considering you have such greats as Bentley Little, Ray Garton, William F. Nolan, and Tom Piccirilli floating around with the assorted bodies, boogers and boogy men, that’s a pretty big deal…

Read the rest of the review here. And if you haven’t been initiated yet, SHRIEKS AND SHIVERS features the following terrifying tales:

SHRIEKS AND SHIVERS is now available in Kindle and paperback from Amazon, and limited-edition hardcover from Post Mortem Press. Pick up a copy today, and try to stay warm while the stories chill you to the bone.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.
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