While A.D. Wayne accumulated reviews from diverse places such as Amazon, GoodReads, she also has some left on Facebook and from BookBub. Mrs. Blackwood seems to be enjoyed all around! … More Mrs. Blackwood A Five Star Horror Novella
Highly inspired by Hotel Transylvania – The Series, Alexa drew many scenarios, unique from one to the next, based on herself as a vampire. Often referred to the “Grown-up Mavis” Alexa welcomed Jackie’s friendship. … More A.D. Wayne on Zombiepalooza Radio Live This Saturday
What is scary about fruit punch? Well, we got the secret from Bernabé Lavoie that VitaL has a secret ingredient making it unique compared to all other beverages. … More Vital The Scary Drink Coming Soon
To this day we know the name, now let’s introduce the son. The one son who must carry the name of his birth parents to protect the House of Dragon’s sole and last heir. … More There’s Only One House of Dragon
Monsters have a heritage in their history. Either it is from religion or mythology, monsters possess an origin of their own. As an example, the Greeks and Romans saw monsters as divine displeasure. Consequently, they perceived congenital disabilities or malformations as ominous. … More The Horrifying Definition of Monster
How the longer she wears it, the more it conforms to her face and the more real the mask look. Perspiration included. She sets out for revenge but will Carly Beth be able to accept the consequences? … More GOOSEBUMPS! The Haunted Mask
There is evidence of it being used to treat those behaving erratically, and it can be assumed that the behavior can be attributed to mental illness. However, they believed that mental illness was caused by being inhabited by a malicious or evil spirit. … More Trepanning The Horror
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
In Celtic mythology, dragons come in two different shapes. We have the more commonly known with wings and four legs. Then, we have the sea dragon which looks more like a sea serpent. However, it does remain in the dragon family of Celtic mythology. … More An Origin of Dragons
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
It was the summer of 96 or better referred to as “The Summer of Hell.” I can’t help but to blame myself; after all, I’ve watched plenty of horror movies to know all the basic rules, but even then I ignored the most important one. … More The Real Witchcraft
I remember hearing about the Sandman as a child; it wasn’t through the Hans Christian Andersen’s story but through The Chordettes version of Mr. Sandman the song. In fact, in almost every rendition that I have had the pleasure to read or hear since I was introduced to the Sandman, every instance has been innocent, good intent, misunderstood, and complex. … More Bring Me A Dream
Here we are again dear readers and this is a doozy of a book. I have had a few reviews go out of order to match up with a monster of the month and because of that to catch up this month will have two separate reviews. The first is book #8 The Girl Who Cried Monster, from Goosebumps, let us begin. … More GOOSEBUMPS! The Girl Who Cried Monster
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?
The legend of the Swamp Monster is not as old as one would expect. When doing research on the monster itself, thinking mostly to be as old as Bigfoot, to my surprise the very first sighting of the half humanoid half leafy murky wet abominable monster took place in 1963 when a man and his friend were looking down from a plane on a swamp and discovered more than they anticipated. … More Swamp Monster Pt.1
Hello fair travels and welcome to my side of fantasy and whim. I always look for things that fascinate me and for this article I am featuring a lesser known mythical creature. … More The Nickelavee
Gothic Bite Magazine went online last year in March of 2018. There is no exact date as it took us some time to adjust and time to figure things out. We changed the platform, make changes, quite a rocky road! … More Happy Birthday Gothic Bite Magazine!
One of the things I have always loved about makeup is that there are so many ways to use it. Imagine in your head something that you wish to bring forward and try. … More Playing Around! Candy Skull Makeup
Gothic Bite Magazine is happy to wish all of their followers and readers a Happy New Year for 2019! … More Happy New Year!
Hel had a son he named Krampus. Over the years, he became associated with Christmas. Why?
Half goat, half human, all demon. The beast has no problem following people of all ages in the streets reminding them of their evilness. Why? … More The Origins of Krampus
To wish everyone Happy Holidays, Gothic Bite Magazine Presents the Merry Krampus Anthology Vol.1!
Grab your digital copy on Amazon for just $2.97 and get lost in eight different stories from eight wonderful authors! … More Merry Krampus Live on Amazon
When I was a teenager, growing up in a French province in Canada, I was the only one watching Buffy not yet translated.
My obsession with vampires started quite young. One night, when vampires speak to me, a new me was born. … More I’m A Proud Monster
All right, I’m a huge John Carpenter fan, so when I saw I could review one of his films, then I jumped at the chance. … More John Carpenter’s The Thing Review
Gothic Bite Magazine is now opening their gates to all authors who would enjoy sharing their work with the public. We welcome all writers, from the enthusiasts to the professionals.
This week, we are sharing the fantastic work of our author and writer Evilest Gem. Enjoy the obscure story and words!
… More Ghost Story Sunday
The year is 1986. The scene is inside of Her Majesty’s Theatre, as the lights start to dim anticipation builds.
The orchestra has started their warm up notes and there is a hint of small murmurs throughout the crowd as they move restlessly ready for the show to start. It’s The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. … More The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway
I got started on this ghost story simply because it was the first to catch my eye, some of the facts and stories leave a lot to be desired.
But like many folk legends of ghost stories, this one holds some truth, even if at times it is far from fact. So here’s the Ghost Story of Rene Asche Rondolier… … More Ghost Story of Rene Asche Rondolier
There are not many monsters that scares me, however, when it comes to the Sandman I feel quite disturbed.
He comes in your room at night, throws sand into your eyes and makes you believe it’s for good dreams and yet, I used to have night terrors.
To me, growing up, the Sandman was nothing more that a dreadful evil dust merchant. … More Sandman, A Poem
I must admit I read, Kerrelyn Sparks’s How To Marry A Millionaire Vampire a while ago, but I still remember it quite well, and I thought maybe it was time for me to do a review about the first book in the Love At Stake series that I read in two sittings. … More Kerrelyn Sparks How To Marry A Millionaire Vampire Review
When I started doing research on how to become a self-sufficient self-published author, I looked up many blogs and articles.
I made a lot of research as well. Visual is important and so there it is, Mrs. Blackwood — The Book Trailer! … More Mrs. Blackwood — The Book Trailer!
This is going to sound quite a little strange. I went on with it and did a live stream. I do not share pictures of myself on social media.
I do keep my personal life my own and separate it from my professional life. However, Alexa Wayne, the Paranormal Author Says Hello! … More Paranormal Author Says Hello!
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The legend of the Swamp Monster is not as old as one would expect. When doing research on the monster itself, thinking mostly to be as old as Big Foot, to my surprise the very first sighting of the half humanoid half leafy murky wet abominable monster took place…
This month Rev. Dr. Aramond S. VanRahamdalph DD. sat down with our beloved Corinth Noctem Aeternus, for a one on one interview. Rev. Dr. VanRahamdalph.
He is the founder of many Houses inside the Houston Texas community and the founder of Houston’s Council of Community Affairs as well as the Texas and World Council of Community Affairs. … More Vampire Community – Aramond S. VanRahamdalph is Interviewed
We all know the monster that is the werewolf, but what do we really know about the creature itself and its origin?
Don’t worry, Gothic Bite Magazine has you covered! I have done the research and I am positively spooked to let you know that I’ll deliver articles more often than once in a full moon… … More Once In A Full Moon
The Blob monster is not one we necessarily think about when the word monster is spoken. We think about the four original classics: vampires, werewolves, frankenstein and the mummy. However, the monster a blob is could be very dangerous and of nightmarish intentions. … More What About Blob?
I would like to add that there are enough malicious intentions in this world, if you are to use magic and decide to be a witch, please, for your own good be a good and kind one. Magic is not without its price. So, be careful and blessed be. … More Diamond – A Ghoul’s Best Friend
When I was asked by Alexa if I could come up with a Monster of the Month makeup using my progeny as a my model, I had no choice, but to say yes! And so for this month, here is what I have come up with when I decided to turn my little princess into a terrifying, but adorable Spooky Swamp Monster… … More Spooky Swamp Monster!
The legend of the Swamp Monster is not as old as one would expect. When doing research on the monster itself, thinking mostly to be as old as Big Foot, to my surprise the very first sighting of the half humanoid half leafy murky wet abominable monster took place in 1963 when a man and his friend were looking down from a plane on a swamp and discovered more than they anticipated. … More The Swamp Monster