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Mountainhead by New Juche REVIEW

Moutainhead is a memoir recounting the time in which the Scottish pseudonymous author lived in the mountains of northern Thailand as an expatriate. He relates his interactions with the local villagers, with the wildlife of the mountain, and…

The Weird by S.C. Burke REVIEW

Disclaimer: S.C. Burke's press, NihilismRevised, has published a story by me in an anthology and will also be publishing a book by me. The stars die. God dies. An arsonist sets fire to the air. A Gunman commits a mass murder, killing his…

MCM London Comic Con May 2018 REVIEW

Last bank holiday weekend (25th-27th May 2018) saw the return of the MCM Comic Con to London's ExCeL Exhibition Centre. MCM is London’s biggest comic con that promised attendees a three-day event filled with gaming, comics, art, anime,…

Leathered by Chris McQueer REVIEW

There is a saying that goes for writers: the first book you write is going to be the easiest to write, but the hardest to publish, while your second book is going to be the hardest to write, but the easiest to publish. It is with this…

5 Books To Warm Your Heart

Sometimes, after a long day, I find myself staring out the window, feeling grumpy and uninspired. The only thing that can get me out of this funk is a book that reminds me that not everything is doom and gloom. We all need an escape from…

The Dalai Camel by CE Rachlin REVIEW

A soul who has had many names throughout his various incarnations has reached a relatively high level of enlightenment. High enough that he's chosen to become the Dalai Camel. He's sent back to Earth to live another life and complete his…