The black Cat anthology
Reviews via Lulu.com
27-Nov-2014I bought the collection for Soul Witch. It’s a well written story that needs to be developed into a novel!
27-Nov-2014I’m usually a fan of straight up monster stories but Soul Witch pulled me in and wouldn’t let go. Very suspenseful with characters you want to see get their’s and a villain/heroine that you want to root for. Excellent book I really recommend for anyone that likes a good scare.
24-Nov-2014This is a great collection. I loved Charles Rutherford’s Soul Witch. It’s a haunting tale of retribution that takes some wonderful twists and turns and resolves in a really satisfying way. Highly recommended.
The Soul That Screamed review (http://ebookwyrm.blogspot.co.uk)
Can’t wait for Dan’s next work to come out!
“The way Michael Aronovitz scares you is that the person he is writing about is you. And I don’t know how he does that. Each story, I’m looking over my shoulder. It’s creepy in the best way. It’s what we come to horror for.”
– Stephen Graham Jones, author of Gospel of Z
“Aronovitz brings his experience as a teacher to the fore in The Voices in Our Heads, both in his protagonists professions and through his own ability to draw the reader into the tale, to make one think and feel.”
– Erin Thorne, author of Behind the Wheel, Diane’s Descent.
“THE VOICES IN OUR HEADS” introduces us to one of the most dynamic and compelling writers in contemporary weird fiction. Michael Aronovitz’s tales are gripping, terrifying, and wide-ranging in tone, style, and manner. Their one unifying trait is their brilliance.”
By Up All Night Horror Fiction Review on May 3, 2014
By Ken Bingham on May 6, 2014
By Wolfgang Brady on February 11, 2008
Quality Eco Horror done right! June 10, 2014
Til I finish the book.very good read.
A review of ‘A Six Gun & the Queen of Light’ from lurid-lit.com
This is a novella contained in a volume of the same name that also includes a poem (The Wicked Widget) also by Mark Slade and a short story (Tribal Death) by Nathan J. D. L. Rowark. All things considered let us first examine the little prizes found in the back of our literary box of cracker jacks.“The Wicked Widget” is a marvelous and amusing little ditty about some wee folks, no not those ‘wee folks’, living underground. The companion art by Ida Astero appears to be Tim Burton inspired as does Mr. Slade’s verse. This was an unexpected and pleasant gem that on its own I hope, will lead to its own headlining adventures someday.In “Tribal Death” Mr. Rowark blends the old west and the supernatural in an action filled tale of lead, gold and greed. This too was a surprising little prize that stands alone as being worth the cost of admission by itself.The hat trick or trifecta is certainly “A Six Gun And The Queen of Light”, a story you certainly will not expect. Welcome to the town of Bedlam and meet the residents and experience some of their ‘hobbies’: shape shifting, Chinese mysticism, were-boars, apparitions and magic all against the backdrop of the post-Civil War wild west.The chapters are short just like a cracker jack, completely addictive and sweet with action in exhilarated jolts. I love the use of ‘the other white meat’ and believe me it is ‘other’ white meat. Like any western this is a battle for justice or good versus evil that will surprise, amaze and not disappoint.This volume is scheduled for release this week and I am telling you, you really can’t wait.Buy this book!
5.0 out of 5 stars
Just the way I like It! 19 Mar 2014
Nightmare Stalkers & Dream Walkers