Shannon Riley

"writer and publisher"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (1 of 1)
Location: Mississippi
Birthday: Feb. 27
In My Own Words:
My poetry, fiction and articles have appeared in over 750 publications worldide including Cemetery Dance, Horror World, Surreal, Strange Horizons and Dark Wisdom. I am author of seven books of fiction and poetry, including Beasts and Yearning for Midnight. Most most of these are available on Amazon Kindle. I also write and record under the name Joan Turner.

I opened the specialty publishing co… Read more

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Books, music, films, current events
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 532,680 - Total Helpful Votes: 1 of 1
The Rising by Brian Keene
The Rising by Brian Keene
5.0 out of 5 stars A New Master of Horror, Dec 29 2003
Brian Keene, author of No Rest for the Wicked, No Rest Redux, Talking Smack, and co-author of 4X4 and The Rise and Fall of Babylon, already has created a loyal following among horror aficionados with his smooth writing style and suspense-filled stories. In The Rising, Keene takes on the challenge of not merely recreating but reinventing an ancient evil from supernatural horror and, through a scientific experiment gone terribly awry, unleashing it on modern civilization.
Apocalyptic in scope, The Rising explores the religious, political, scientific and cultural influences in the world we live in and their significance in a time of national disaster. But more important, this novel… Read more
Red Angel by Andrew Harper
Red Angel by Andrew Harper
5.0 out of 5 stars Angel of Death, Sept. 20 2003
Red Angel
by
Andrew Harper
Program 28, Ward D., Darden State Hospital for Criminal Justice, the Thrill- Kill row as it is called, houses the most dangerous psychopaths incarcerated on the West Coast. But in the Inland Empire area of Southern California around San Pascal, Redlands and Riverside, a killer, known as the Red Angel, continues to elude the authorities, striking again and again in broad daylight, preying upon the most innocent of victims, young children.
In Ward D., one of the patients, Michael Scoleri, who calls himself Abraxas, the true God, claims to be in telepathic communication with the killer. When the young son of a forensic psychiatrist at Darden… Read more
Darkscapes by Steven E. Wedel
Darkscapes by Steven E. Wedel
5.0 out of 5 stars Nightmares from Darkness, Aug. 12 2003
Steven E. Wedel has put together an amazing collection of short fiction for his upcoming book, Darkscapes. Ranging from horror to science fiction to erotica, and even western, these thirty-four tales are ripped from the dark side of this rising young author's imagination and presented here, a venerable feast for the connoisseur of dark suspense.
Many of the stories, written from 1985 to 2001, have been previously published, and some, like "Reunion," the lead story, which won the Best Fiction contest and was published in Short Scary Tales, 2002, have already been recognized as outstanding works in their genre, but some of the stories are new, or newly revised, especially for this… Read more