Shine on the Path by Eddie Generous

Issue 4 of Unnerving Magazine

As part of promoting Horror during October, we’ve asked authors to talk about a horror book or author that has made an impact on them. This first entry comes from Eddie Generous, who operates Unnerving Magazine. Shine on the Path
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Bad Movie Recap and Review: Deep Blue Sea

Movie cover for Deep Blue Sea

J.B. Rockwell is at it again. This time, she’s taking on a movie that I – Lilyn – absolutely love. However, I know she’ll treat it with all the respect (heh) it deserves. Enjoy this bad movie recap and review
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Bad Movie Recap & Review: Escape from New York

Movie cover for Escape from New York

Do these posts really need any introduction at this point? You know what to expect and you know you’ll be entertained. I give the floor to JB Rockwell, author of Serengeti, Dark and Stars, and most recently, Hecate. Find her
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On Writing Kid’s Horror by Michael F. Stewart

For our weekly guest post, we have Michael F. Stewart, author of Keep in a Cold, Dark Place joining us. Michael is an old hat at this writing thing, with eleven distinct works on his CV, including 4 graphic novels.
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Bad Movie Recap & Review: Timecop

Movie cover for Timecop

Science? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Science! J.B. Rockwell returns in her next monthly installment of her Bad Movie Recap & Review. This time she’s taking on that spiffing example of the 80s/90s action movie flick: Timecop.  Sit back, relax,
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Flash Gordon: The Bad-Bad Movie with the Good-Good Soundtrack

  J.B. Rockwell, author of the fantastic Serengeti, entertained us all when she did a guest post on Sci-Fi & Scary about Lake Placid: The Reason I Like Bad Movies Summed Up in One Film . In fact, it was
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Blog Tour: Russell, the Author of Gavin on the Setting for His New Book

Why I Chose Chicago as a Setting   From the opening scene to the very end, my new book, GAVIN, transports the reader to the heart of Chicago. Because of this, Gavin’s apartment is situated amongst the towering cityscape and
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Writer’s Block: Tales from the Front Lines

This Sunday’s Guest Post is from Joseph Helmreich.  Joseph reached out to Sci-Fi & Scary a few weeks back, and we were more than happy to feature a piece from him. I think lots of people will appreciate this topic. Enjoy!
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Lake Placid: The Reason I like Bad Movies Summed Up in One Film

Editor’s Note: This is the culmination of several excitable dialogues on Twitter about the gloriousness of bad movies. She’s a solid writer, suitably geeky for me to consider a person I want to spend time knowing, and she loves bad movies.
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All About Book Blog Tours

A book blog tour  “allows authors to professionally promote their work without rearranging their schedule. Each tour stop enables authors to gain new readers and social media fans while reaching a worldwide audience.” (from Sage’s Blog Tours) Book blog tours
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