Reading, Reviewing and the Morpheus Tales Supplement

I know, I’ve been slacking on the bloggage recently. I’ve been having a great time reading a load of excellent books, but not for the blog, for the October issue of the Morpheus Tales Supplement. As the deadline approaches I’m racing to finish Dead Bad Things by Gary McMahon, whose incredible Pretty Little Dead Things I reviewed a couple of weeks ago. (Go buy the book now, you can’t call yourself a true horror fan until you’ve read it!)

Coming up in the October issue of the FREE Morpheus Tales Supplement are the following reviews:

VAMPIRE WARLORDS By Andy Remic
THE OFFICE OF LOST AND FOUND By Vincent Holland-Keen
FINAL DAYS By Gary Gibson
DARK WAR By Tim Waggoner
DEBRIS By Jo Anderton

THE END OF THE LINE Edited By Jonathan Oliver
HELL’S DOCTOR By Lee F. Jordan
DESDAEMONA By Ben Macallan
COWBOYS & ALIENS By Joan D. Vinge
THE CROWN OF THE CONQUEROR By Gav Thorpe
SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL By Justin Gustainis
AWAKENING By William Horwood
THE CROWN OF THE CONQUEROR By Gav Thorpe
EVILUTION By Shaun Jeffrey

Those first five are mine, and I’ll hopefully be able to squeeze some more in before it’s finally published in October. We’ll also have some great interviews, including the unstoppable Andy Remic and inexhaustible Paul Kane, and a Scream Queen that I haven’t picked out yet!

We’ll squeeze in as much good stuff as we possibly can!

Get your FREE copy of the current issue here:

http://issuu.com/morpheustales/docs/13supplement

Or visit the Morpheus Tales Website for all the back issues: www.morpheustales.com

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