July 14, 1962

by Jim Graves Little Eva belted out her hit single, ‘The Locomotion’. Bill’s sister always had her portable record player on the front porch on those summer Saturdays, playing her records and dancing along. Bill sat and watched from the porch swing. He liked the music and there was not much else to do thatContinue reading “July 14, 1962”

The Thing Under Henry Parker’s Porch

I am very pleased to announce that my short story, “The Thing Under Henry Parker’s Porch“, has been published and is available now at Dumpster Fire Press. Thank you, Mike Zone. Just click on the link: https://dumpsterfirepress.com/2021/02/03/voices-from-the-fire-jim-graves/

The Snow by Flint Maxwell

“This is how the world ends: with a single snowflake.”-The Snow. I love getting books for Christmas. If you’re looking for a nice Christmas tale, this isnt it. But, if you’re looking for a novel that will keep you guessing and wondering what’s coming next, “The Snow” is one you surely don’t want to miss.Continue reading “The Snow by Flint Maxwell”

All For The Horror

I have been a horror fan since the age of 5. I remember laying on the living room floor, glued to the television. While my mom was doing her housework, I was getting lost in Dark Shadows. For that half hour every weekday, I lived in Collinwood. At the age of 5, Barnabas Collins wasContinue reading “All For The Horror”