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review 2017-10-18 20:05
Five Slices of Halloween Horror – Bad Apples #BadApples
Bad Apples: Five Slices of Halloween Horror - Edward Lorn,Evans Light,Jason Parent,Adam Light,Gregor Xane

Bad Apples is Five Slices of Halloween Horror.


I received and read this book in October of 2014, but…


Bad Apples: Five Slices of Halloween Horror



These unique, gruesome and devilishly delicious stories will have you looking over your shoulder, jumping at every noise and shadow.


Be careful of wandering dark streets at night.


The authors twisted imaginations take horror to the highest levels with  surprise endings and plenty of twists and turns along the way.


Four stars all the way!


The Riggle Twins by Gregor Xane


Pretty gross and devilishly delicious with tricks and treats for the Halloween hater. Do you have a dark house on Halloween, no candy for the treaters? Beware…egging and tping are not the only tricks these children have in store for you. 4 Stars


Pumpkinhead Ted by Evans Light


What they did to Ted is so awful…I can’t tell you. You’ll have to read it for yourself. BUT, he is back, one year later, for payback. OMG. I never saw that coming. Evans Light takes me to a place that smacks me around and makes me scream UNCLE! 4 Stars

Ghost Light Road by Adam Light


Of course, someone saw the light. Of course, what happens next, had to happen. I actually laughed. Dumbasses! Here comes the badness. You think vampires and werewolves are scary, you haven’t met Uncle Jesse’s children…and you really don’t want to. 4 Stars


Easy Pickings by Jason Parent


Beware. What goes around, comes around. Like a cat playing with its prey, I know something is coming…Now…No, now….Uh Oh. 4 Stars


The Scare Rows by Edward Lorn


Children of the Corn and Supernatural on steroids. I didn’t see this story developing the way it did, but I should not have been surprised, with Edward’s twisted imagination. Horror, perverted sex and evil do go together well. I wondered how he would end The Scare Rows and I couldn’t help but laugh when I got there. Corn Whisky…HA HA HA HA HA! Excellent. 5 Stars


I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Bad Apples.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos  4 Stars



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text 2016-10-26 19:59
Grab BAD APPLES 2 for 99¢!

I recently announced (several times at various locations on the internet) that I have a new story in an anthology called Bad Apples 3: Seven Slices of Halloween Horror. Since making this announcement, I came to the realization that folks may not be fully aware that I also have a story in a similarly-titled collection called Bad Apples 2: Six Slices of Halloween Horror. In fact, this collection contains a full-length, extra-meaty novella I wrote called Doctor Proclivity & Professor Propensity. Well, it just so happens that recently I was informed that you may go to Amazon (an online store) and download this piece of fiction--along with 5 additional Halloween tales--all for the absolute lowest price allowed: $0.99!


(This countdown deal runs 10/25/16 - 10/27/16.)

Grab it!



If you like it, you may want to give the original Bad Apples or Bad Apples 3 a try.


Halloween is cool.

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review 2016-10-18 00:00
Bad Apples 3: Seven Slices of Halloween Horror
Bad Apples 3: Seven Slices of Halloween Horror - Edward Lorn,Adam Light,Gregor Xane,Jason Parent,Evans Light,John McNee,Craig Saunders,Mark Matthews I had this one for a while and held onto it so that I could savor the stories later in October. It was a lot harder than it sounds. I am not a very good “waiter.” There’s something about reading in the dark and rainy weather though, so I stuck it out and held off. Glad I did. It was well worth the wait, as I knew it would be. We had a whopping 3 dreary days in a row and even had 2 days of rain, so I ripped into this one while the atmosphere was right. (As I write this, it is 82 degrees and frickin beautiful. F’n California.) I shouldn’t complain, but I am sick of the warm weather and am ready for some cold and rain. I know. California crybaby. Guilty.

Bad Apples 3 is a fitting addition to the BA anthology series. I can’t remember any “bad apples” in any of the series and number 3 is no exception. With several new authors added to the lineup this edition is the biggest and baddest yet. Adam Light, Jason Parent, Edward Lorn, Evans Light, Gregor Xane, and newbies, John McNee, Craig Saunders and Mark Matthews. If you are not reading these guys, then you are missing out. Do yourself a favor and go grab some of their stuff, you won’t regret it. They are all on my “must read” author list.

A Soild 4+ Stars and should be required Halloween reading for all Horror Aficionados.
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text 2016-10-02 16:54
The Riggle Twins: FREE through 10/5/16

Celebrate the Month of Halloween and the existence of Bad Apples 3: Seven Slices of Halloween Horror by reading the very first story from the very first Bad Apples collection for FREE! (10/1/16 - 10/5/16)

Grab it now!

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review 2016-09-26 18:33
Review: Bad Apples 3: Seven Slices of Halloween Horror
Bad Apples 3: Seven Slices of Halloween Horror - Edward Lorn,Adam Light,Gregor Xane,Jason Parent,Evans Light,John McNee,Craig Saunders,Mark Matthews

I received a free copy of Bad Apples 3 in return for an honest review.


The Halloween season would not be complete without the Bad Apples short story collection. I usually save it to read on Halloween night but this year there are a few new contributors so my curiosity got the better of me.


I can honestly say that I enjoyed every story in the collection. Each story was unique and every horror fan can be guaranteed to find something they will enjoy. I restrained from reading them all in one sitting and instead made a point to read one a night, saving them for bedtime so I could read them in the dark and enjoy each individually.


I do have a couple of favourites from the collection but John McNee's Chocolate Covered Eyeball really stood out the most for me. Mostly because the story was very good but also because it brought back fond memories of an old Scottish song that everyone here in Scotland has had sung to them many times as a child. My parents sang it to me and I to my own children. It's been stuck in my head since I first read his story 2 weeks ago and has even wormed it's way into my daughters head. I'm not going to name the song or give away the reference, I'm going to leave that for other readers to discover for themselves. I do find myself cursing John McNee every time it pops into my head now. Once it's in there there's no escape, so readers beware!


Definitely one I would recommend. I've read individual books published by all the authors in this collection so having them all together in this collection makes it a must read for me.




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