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Horror Stories






I’m working on a collection of horror stories, which, by the way, for what it’s worth (exactly nothing), were rejected by magazines such as Fantasy and Science Fiction, Clarkesworld, and Black Static.  Nevertheless, these stories will see the light of day, even if … Continue reading




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Romero’s Dead






George Romero is dead.  He pretty much invented the zombie grindhouse flick with his Night of the Living Dead.  The modern zombie story wouldn’t be thriving today without Romero. Zombies were lumbering oafs in the movies like in White Zombie before Night of … Continue reading




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Save 50% on Zombie Apocalypse: The Chad Halverson Series






Save 50% on Amazon Kindle on July 10 on Bryan Cassiday’s horror epic Zombie Apocalypse:  The Chad Halverson Series.  Will Chad Halverson survive long enough to find out what the government is hiding about the zombie apocalypse?




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Kindle Scout campaign for Bryan Cassiday’s new thriller






The Kindle Scout campaign for Bryan Cassiday’s new thriller Force of Impact has launched at Kindle Scout.  Read seven sample chapters for free. Here is the cover image:  




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White Light White Heat–Twin Peaks, episode 8, season 3






Got a light? Got a light? How weird was Twin Peaks episode 8, season 3 last night? The show entitled “White Light White Heat” was following the narrative of Agent Cooper’s doppelgänger and his escape from jail, and then it … Continue reading




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It’s a winner






Bryan Cassiday’s short story “Boxed” was published in the new Darkwater Syndicate anthology Shadows and Teeth Volume Two, which has just won the International Book Award for best horror fiction anthology of 2017.




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Alien: Covenant–I recommend it






I saw Alien:  Covenant. I really like it. How does Ridley Scott sleep at night dreaming this stuff up? Any horror movie that has Wagner’s Entrance of the Gods to Valhalla on its soundtrack has got to be good. And … Continue reading




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Shadows and Teeth Volume Two–a new horror anthology






Bryan Cassiday’s horror story “Boxed” is included in the new anthology Shadows and Teeth Volume Two.  Don’t miss it. Prepare for extreme horror. This unique collection of ten stories features a range of international talent: award-winning authors, masters of horror, rising … Continue reading




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Billions–Season 2, Episode 12 Recap






Chuck may have destroyed Axe, but in the end he has also destroyed himself, though he doesn’t seem to have realized it yet. He threw away $27 million of his and his father’s money just to take down his mortal … Continue reading




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Billions–Season 2, Episode 11 Recap






The plotting in this episode was flawless. It unfolds like a three-dimensional chess game. Just when you think you have it all figured out, the screenwriters pull the rug out from under you with expertly utilized flashback scenes. This is … Continue reading




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