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Aaron J. French
Aaron J. French is a book editor for JournalStone Publishing and the Editor-in-Chief for Dark Discoveries magazine. He has edited several anthologies, including Songs of the Satyrs, Monk Punk & Shadow of the Unknown Omnibus, and The Gods of H.P. Lovecraft (Winter 2015) from JournalStone... show more



Aaron J. French is a book editor for JournalStone Publishing and the Editor-in-Chief for Dark Discoveries magazine. He has edited several anthologies, including Songs of the Satyrs, Monk Punk & Shadow of the Unknown Omnibus, and The Gods of H.P. Lovecraft (Winter 2015) from JournalStone Publishing, which includes new Mythos work from the biggest names in horror fiction, including Adam Nevill, Laird Barron, Bentley Little, Christopher Golden, Jonathan Maberry, Joe Lansdale, and Seanan McGuire.2014 saw the publication of The Chapman Books, a supernatural thriller collection from Uncanny Books featuring Aaron's novella "The Stain." His single-author collection, Aberrations of Reality, was published by Crowded Quarantine Publications and it is the first book to collect Aaron's fiction focusing on the occult, metaphysics, and the weird. His zombie collection Up From Soil Fresh was published by Hazardous Press in 2013; also in 2013 "The Order," an occult thriller novella about a Lovecraftian secret society, was published in the Dreaming in Darkness collection. Look for Aaron's brand new hard-boiled Lovecraftian novella "The Dream Beings" forthcoming from Samhain Publishing in January of 2016.

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Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 2 years ago
Rating subject to change.Review to come.I finished it! I finally freaking finished it! It only took me months -.-
Michael Patrick Hicks
Michael Patrick Hicks rated it 4 years ago
Aaron J. French is a name that crossed my radar thanks to his involvement as editor of the recently released anthology, The Gods of H.P. Lovecraft. When I got word of his solo release through Samhain's horror division, and gave the synopsis a gander, I knew I had to read it. The premise of The Dream...
carolesrandomlife
carolesrandomlife rated it 4 years ago
This review can also be found at Carole's Random LifeI didn't like this book at all. I am not really sure why I decided to request this one from NetGalley. I might have been on romance overload and this cover looks just spooky enough to grab my attention. The book had a pretty good start with pro...
CarlAlves
CarlAlves rated it 6 years ago
After Death starts off with a cool premise, what happens after a person dies. Sometimes the stories occur immediately after death, sometimes it’s during a much longer time line. There is a mix of big name horror authors and lesser known ones, and overall a really good flow to the anthology. One of t...
Book Professor
Book Professor rated it 6 years ago
How does the pacing of the story feel? When we first received the book, some of us at the book club were expecting for the some of the stories to be slow or uninteresting. We were wrong. Every story is able to captivate the reader even if it doesn't change his or her perception about death. Why woul...
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