Author Archives: S. Kay Nash

About S. Kay Nash

S. Kay Nash is a writer, editor, and bibliophile. She lives in Texas with a mad scientist and a peaceful contingent of dogs and cats.

Review: Cthulhu Armageddon by C.T. Phipps

C.T. Phipps has a knack for writing entertaining novels with memorable characters and plenty of snark and dry humor. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed his Supervillainy Saga, and since I’m both a post-apoc and horror fiction fan, decided to give Cthulhu Armageddon … Continue reading

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Review: America’s Most Haunted Hotels by Jaime Davis Whitmer

Jamie Davis Whitmer is an author, ghost hunter and traveler. Her book Haunted Asylums, Prisons and Sanatoriums was published in 2013, and this could be considered a sequel, of sorts. She opens the book with practical information on what it … Continue reading

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Killing it Softly: Cover Reveal and Pre-order Sale!

Killing it Softly has a gorgeous cover, and 32 stories, all written by women, that range from shivery to downright terrifying. You can pre-order it now for only 99¢ and that price vanishes on October 31.

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Review: The Secrets of Supervillainy by C. T. Phipps

Book three of the Supervillainy Saga opens with a jump right into the middle of a vicious battle between Gary, er, Merciless: The Supervillain Without Mercy™ and The Left Handed Bokor. Merciless only wants to exchange an insane amount of … Continue reading

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Review of Harsh Gods by Michelle Belanger at Buzzy Mag

My review of book two in the Shadowside series is available at Buzzymag.com

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My Personal Library is an Extension of Myself

I just read an article by Tara Cheesman at Book Riot: SERIOUSLY, LEAVE ME & MY #$%@ BOOKS ALONE. While no one has ever told me to divest myself of books, Ms. Cheesman’s work had me nodding my head in … Continue reading

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What am I up to? Anthologies!

I’m so excited about the work I’ve been doing over the past few months. I’m working with Suzie Wargo Lockhart, who is the managing editor of Killing it Softly, a new anthology of horror fiction written by women and published … Continue reading

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Review: Pride’s Spell by Matt Wallace

If you have not yet read the Sin du Jour series from Matt Wallace, or the short story “Small Wars” at Tor.com, hie thee to your bookseller of choice and get all three books, right now. Pride’s Spell is the third book … Continue reading

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Review: Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay

It’s every parent’s nightmare. The late-night phone call from another set of worried parents: “Did Tommy come home?” His friends stammer out a story that ends with, “we lost Tommy.” If you have children, just the thought of this situation … Continue reading

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Review: The Devouring God by James Kendley

There’s something strange going on in Fukuoka, Japan. Tohru Takuda and his companions, Suzuki and Mori and his wife Yumi, have found work and a small apartment there.  Rumors abound about a killer who leaves behind everything but the bones … Continue reading

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