Indie Book Rec’s : Horror

In celebration of #indieApril over on Twitter and because there are some wonderful indie books out there, I’ve put together a series of posts recommending some awesome works I have read over the years.

This post is dedicated to the genre of Horror and here are some books I highly recommend and hold in high regard of the genre.

‘Nocturnal Blood’ (Nocturnal #1) by Villimey Mist

A modern vampire story that takes the reader on a journey of twists and turns…

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‘The Four Before Me’ by E.H. Night

‘While some monsters are born, others are created..’

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‘Don’t Lose Your Head’ by Dave Williams

A twisted, haunting and enjoyable read that dives deep into the shadowy depths of one man’s mind…

Full Review

‘Deification’ by Brooklyn Dean

The intimate description and deep prose will consume you long before the apocalypse…

Full Review

‘Building 51’ by Jennifer L Place

Urban exploration horror filled with tension and some truth…

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‘Fear Farm No Trespassers’ by S.J. Krandall

Immersive page-turning horror stories full of thrills and chills…

Full Review

‘Evil Eye: A Slasher Story’ by April A. Taylor

An unpredictable fast-paced slasher with plenty of twists and tension as the storm unfolds…

Full Review

‘Blood of the Sixth’ by K.R. Rowe

A slow burning tale that twists into the deep shadowy darkness of the unexpected…

Full Review

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Thanks for stopping by and be sure to use #indieApril over on Twitter to show your support for indie authors and their awesome works!

‘Fear Farm No Trespassers’ by S.J. Krandall – Review

Immersive page-turning horror stories full of thrills and chills…

S.J. Krandall delivers a delightfully chilling collection of page turning, fast-paced horror stories that will keep readers on the edge. All of them are linked and have that similar theme of something lurking in the shadows or the feeling of being followed. That sensory type of immersion is what I enjoyed the most – this is the stuff that will keep you up at night or if you are inclined to a good scare, perhaps the opposite.

Good horror takes a lot of work and imagination to balance and you’ll find it here paired with a style of writing that feeds the imagination.

While our imagination is given room to breathe these stories all start out with a slower pace which quickens as they unfold. This tempo makes for a dramatic thrill ride where the stakes unfold each time for different people who all seemingly succumb to similar gruesome ends. Based in countryside that is equal parts beauty and full of mystery that’s lurking for the next victim. Highly enjoyable and recommended for anyone who does enjoy horror with pace and a little blood.

5 Stars – Thank you to the author who provided a free copy in exchange for a review.