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Todd Keisling
Todd Keisling is a writer of horror and speculative fiction, as well as the author of the novels A LIFE TRANSPARENT and THE LIMINAL MAN (a 2013 Indie Book Award Finalist). Born in Kentucky, he now lives with his wife and son somewhere near Reading, Pennsylvania. He still has a day job, he's... show more

Todd Keisling is a writer of horror and speculative fiction, as well as the author of the novels A LIFE TRANSPARENT and THE LIMINAL MAN (a 2013 Indie Book Award Finalist). Born in Kentucky, he now lives with his wife and son somewhere near Reading, Pennsylvania. He still has a day job, he's awkward and weird, and if you were to live next door to him, your grass would probably die.
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Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 2 years ago
4 young rock and rollers from Southeastern Kentucky get in a little bit over their heads, when Johnny the lead singer, takes on a new groupie. The beautiful and mysterious Camilla. She immediately asserts her will over Johnny and the band as they prepare for the release of their groundbreaking first...
IntoTheMacabre
IntoTheMacabre rated it 2 years ago
So, as a fellow metal-head, I feel a kindred spirit with Todd as he unfurls The Final Reconciliation, a story about a journalist who is interviewing Aidan Cross. Cross is an aging guitarist who is institutionalized for going off his nut over the tragic show his band played 30 years ago. Aidan was th...
Scarlet's Web
Scarlet's Web rated it 3 years ago
I was provided with an advanced reading copy of this book. Greetings from Moon Hill is a collection of short stories that are all set within the town of Moon Hill. I liked the idea behind the book, but I really struggled with it. I am now at the 50% mark and I've decided it's time to DNF it. I jus...
Scarlet's Web
Scarlet's Web rated it 5 years ago
Review copy provided by Terry M. West in return for an honest review.I used to spend many a sleepless night on Reddit reading the horror case files and found footage horror stories. Journals of Horror is much the same but in book format, so I was looking forwards to this one. There are so many stori...
The Primroses Were Over
The Primroses Were Over rated it 5 years ago
In the end, I was disappointed with this collection. The frame story was completely awesome. I was not expecting pretty much anything that I read. The following stories, painted as "case files," were almost invariably a letdown. Quite a few of them deviated from theme and were absolutely not beli...
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