St Rooster Books: Stranger With Friction 1 & 2

Look at this Fabulous review of Stranger Than Friction issues 1 & 2. My story GIANTS, a tie-in short to my most recent book THE GOD PROVIDES, is featured in issue 2.

Krystle Ratticus

Tim Murr walks the path of most resistance when it comes to DIY publishing. Having debuted his first collection Destroying Lives for Fun and Profit over 25 years ago before founding St Rooster Books. Managed with his wife Stephanie, St Rooster Books regularly releases anthologies and horror novellas. Uplifting writers with a unique flair for horror with e-readers or a print-on-demand service. Remaining loyal to the palpable connection with art, Murr also released the physical magazine, Stranger With Friction. A quarterly publication offering outsider literature for those inspired by horror, comics, and punk rock.

The first few issues offer a variety of regular columns and personal essays. Diving into horror franchises like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and various albums of Black Flag and Alice Cooper. Chris Cavoretto of Werewolves in Siberia, contributes a dissection of punksploitation soundtracks like Repo Man and Return of The Living Dead. SWF also examines…

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My Top Reads of 2020

BELLA’S BOYS made a top 10 list for 2020! Thank you, Voracious Gnome!

The Voracious Gnome

It’s that time of year when we all sit back and reflect on what we read this past year! I don’t know about you, but I am looking forward to 2021! I am hearing about lots of great releases coming, so I have cleared out some shelves for books! It is never easy to pick just 10 books that I felt were really great, but I did. I really enjoyed these books and I think you will too! Go check them out! So here they are in no specific order, my top reads of 2020.

A Murder of Saints- by Chris Miller

Blood Awakening- by Ian Woodhead

Patchwork- by Desiree Byars

Reception- by Kenzie Jennings

The Magpie Coffin- by Wile E. Young

Bella’s Boys- by Thomas R. Clark

Blackwood Estates- by William Holloway

War of Dictates- by John Baltisberger

Cursed- by Richard Schiver

Twisted Mirrors- The Edge of Reflection 1-…

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Bella’s Boys by Thomas R. Clark

This was my favorite review of BELLA’S BOYS, from The Voracious Gnome, of course!

The Voracious Gnome

Corey Collins is a young man who is the lead singer in his local band. While participating in Karaoke at the local dive bar, he meets Bella and is awestruck by her beauty. While he thinks he is putting on the charm to take Bella home, she already has him right where she wants him. Corey is living every man’s dream…a beautiful woman…endless sexual escapades and fantasies….voices in his subconscious..what?! Local Native American legends speak of an evil Demon Snow and Ice Goddess. A massive storm is coming that will drop multiple feet of snow and wreak havoc on the small lake town. The storm has triggered the awakening of the Goddess and it’s time to feed to ensure her survival!

Bella’s Boys is a cosmic creature feature that does not disappoint! Thomas Clark has the skill to build up the suspense, drop in some eroticism, then rip off the…

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Good Boy by Thomas R. Clark

Here’s The Voracious Gnome’s review of GOOD BOY…

The Voracious Gnome

I had no idea what this book was about when I got it. I saw the dog on the front cover and read the title stating it was a survival story. This book is about a dog’s survival after an apocalyptic event. Zombies are in the story, but most of the focus is on the dog which made it really intriguing. The illustrations in the book help a lot with the visualization. They go perfectly with this story.

The world will never be the same again. A deadly pathogen has infected almost every living animal on the planet. The story is told from the perspective of a dog. It is a story of his survival and fight to save his canine family and friends that were other pets in the home. Thomas Clark did a fantastic job getting us to that point of view. He incorporated multiple commands and do’s/don’ts…

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