Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Recent Reviews of My Work!



Have received a few wonderful reviews in the past couple of days by indie review sites who make the author’s world go ’round!

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THAT WHICH GROWS WILD: 16 TALES OF DARK FICTION

KENDALL REVIEWS -- “That Which Grows Wild by Eric J Guignard collects 16 weird, dark stories with enough variety to make a chocolate box turf itself off a cliff in despair, knowing it could never provide such a tasty selection of treats.

…When you’re four stories deep into a collection and each one gives you the fuzzy feeling of satisfaction, I’d say that’s a pretty strong recommendation, but wait! Guignard isn’t done with you that quickly…

…Just buy it! Quality, variety, terror, sadness, thrills, comedy, creatures… this book really does have it all.”

READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE:



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THAT WHICH GROWS WILD: 16 TALES OF DARK FICTION

A.E. SIRAKI, WRITER & REVIEWS -- “I was excited to read this short story collection by Eric J. Guignard, who is as brilliant a writer as he is an editor…

Guignard also excels at writing historical tales particularly well, such as “Momma,” which I enjoyed. One of the themes of the collection and that ran through this story was of families and desperate situations; how much they’re willing to risk to save each other, and sacrifice.

Overall, Guignard presents an excellent assortment of stories in this volume. Fans of his work should definitely check it out.”

READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE:



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EXPLORING DARK SHORT FICTION #2: A PRIMER TO KAARON WARREN (VOLUME 2)

POSTCARDS FROM A DYING WORLD -- These are beautiful books, they look amazing and the quality of the production is some of the best I have seen by a independent publisher (Dark Moon Books).



… Reading this book you get to know Kaaron Warren comes just as much from her stories as her introduction as you do the interview.

That is the thing, this is a entertaining book, the stories are great. You will learn about the author but as much as it is primer for the author it is also a great education tool for short fiction in general. Editor Eric Guignard is doing exciting stuff with this series and Dark Moon Books in general. He is one of the hardest working folks in the indie horror scene and it is paying off. His name on a book is a mark of quality. This series is just starting but in a few years I suspect these books will help a new generation of authors learn the ropes.”

READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE:



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A WORLD OF HORROR


FANBASE PRESS -- “A World of Horror is an anthological cultural tour in the sacred art of horror that will terrify even the most desensitized scare junkie and force them to sleep with the lights on. Parsed together by Eric J. Guignard, the collection contains delectable choices from South Africa, India, England, Australia, Japan, and many more (even the United States of America)…

…Right now, there aren’t a lot of books that can deliver on the frights like this one, but it also exposes readers to new cultures and ideas, legends and fears – a phenomenal combination that needs to be repeated often.”

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