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Review of Inkarna by Nerine Dorman

“Review of Inkarna by Nerine Dorman with Dark Continents Publishing” by Jay Wilburn   Inkarna by Nerine Dorman with Dark Continents Publishing is a novel born from pain. The art is heightened and the reader is rewarded for this. The South African author provided a voice and a category defying […]

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The Four Rs: Reading, Riting, Revising, and Editing … Wait …

“The Four Rs: Reading, Riting, Revising, and Editing … Wait …” by Jay Wilburn   Why, yes, I am wading into the longstanding “writer must be a reader” discussion. Let’s face it. Stephen King summed it up best in his book On Writing, but that does not mean that a […]

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Anything Goes in Horror … but not really

“Anything Goes in Horror … but not really.” by Jay Wilburn   There is a debate brewing about the definition of horror. Horror is often called a genera with a endless digression of subgenera and cross-genera manifestations. Horror used to have its own section in the brick and mortar book […]

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Review of Prisms by Amy Durrant

  “Review of Prisms by Amy Durrant with Rainstorm Press” by Jay Wilburn   I should have been sleeping, but instead I was reading Prisms by Amy Durrant with Rainstorm Press. I meant to just read a few pages, go to bed, and then pick back up later. Then, I […]

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Review of Nephilim: Genesis of Evil by Renee Pawlish

  “Review of Nephilim: Genesis of Evil  by Renée Pawlish” by Jay Wilburn   Nephilim: Genesis of Evil is a horror novel written by Renée Pawlish with A Llama Press. This story has been available for a few years, but it is a treasure many readers have yet to discover. […]

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If Jay Wilburn Can be a Writer, Anyone Can

  “If Jay Wilburn Can be a Writer, Anyone Can.” by Jay Wilburn   This may seem a little self serving, but hopefully there will be just enough self deprecation to cover any shameless promotion. I try to employ the same tactic in my posts on Facebook and Twitter so […]

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Review of Devil's Island by CM Saunders

  “Review of Devil’s Island by CM Saunders” by Jay Wilburn           Devil’s Island is a suspenseful horror novel written by CM Saunders with Rainstorm Press. It is set in the modern United Kingdom, but has a very dark, classic horror tone in the prose. I […]

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