Now that I am ready to present to the world, the series I planned for years to publish, Mrs. Blackwood required changes. As a result, not only does the book gets a new more elaborated book cover, but also new ties to the series as an opening to the story of Lord Impaler. … More Cover Reveal for Mrs. Blackwood a Second Edition
I found multiple accounts of a woman named Phoebe Wise that is reported to walk the road. She was considered bold, outspoken, and unafraid to taken on a man in an argument. She even unintentionally killed her long-term boyfriend during an argument. … More The Ohio Reformatory
In a world where killers hunt under the cover of darkness, Detective Dumas must rely on his steamy partner. While he’s not sure he can trust him to help drag a murderer in the cold hard light of day, Remi must face his unresolved issues from his past. … More Gory and Gore Awaits in The Beast by Dora Esquivel
Drawn into the world of voodoo, she uncovers the shocking truth of her family as she is propelled toward disaster. Now, Amy must return to England and face an adversary who means to destroy everything she holds dear. … More Jane Jordan New Release of Whisht Hall
I sometimes have a habit of letting my own self-doubt hinder my aspirations, but that is something I am working through one day at a time. … More Gothic Bite Magazine Interviewed Rayna Crimson
I wanted to bring in history, facts, and respect. With a quite popular series such as Supernatural among others either televised or written, many folklores, borrowed from various cultures and First Nations are not an exception. However, some forget that sometimes particular creatures are better left undisturbed. … More Folklore of Secrecy
I am a poet and mom of three from Sacramento, California. I love science, especially astrophysics and I often bring that scientific language into my poetry. I like the juxtaposition of visceral imagery and emotion. … More Interview with Michelle Gallagher from Cafe Macabre
That film and a very few others have stood the test of time and scrutiny. The technology for the “fake suit and prosthetics” theory, needed to make a suit of that nature, did not exist in 1967. … More Inerview with Carter Buschardt from THE Bigfoot Field Researcher Organization
In the early years of American history, New England was full of superstitions about the supernatural. The church spread fears of evil which lead to the witch trials so famously diluted in our history books. Vampires were rumored to roam New England’ rural communities by night with reports documented as early as 1793. … More Great New England Vampire Panic
There is something about the State of California, with its sunny beaches, the coast, and its beautiful people, that can be misleading. There’s a darker side to this beautiful state. … More Scorecard Killer
There’s much controversy about the Bell Witch Cave. Some say she is the daughter of an abusive father. Some say she is an outside entity that came to torment the Bell Family. There are even other reports that the Bell Witch was a male slave killed by Bell in the past. … More The Bell Witch
While all over the world, most likely in Nordic places. We are all aware of the legend of Bigfoot otherwise known depending on the location: Sasquatch, Yeti or Abominable Snowman. Otherly put, the existence of a tribe of giant furry animal-like bipeds. … More Is the Swamp Monster Bigfoot?
A Southern California native, Louisa Bacio can’t imagine living far away from the ocean. The multi-published author of paranormal and contemporary erotic romance enjoys writing within all realms – from short stories to full-length novels. … More Louisa Bacio – Best Selling Author Interviewed by Gothic Bite!
My friend Rick introduced me to The Used, thinking I would appreciate their dark philosophical meaning behind their songs.
He knew I was a fan of similar bands such as Pierce the Veil. Falling in Reverse, and Screaming with Sirens, and figured I would enjoy an American rock band, such as The Used. … More The Used – Music Review