It seems Dark Bite has entered its new home with a bit of a whimper rather than a bang, so I felt a “coming soon” post was in order. You may have noticed a few small tweaks here and there, but overall, I’ve been working behind the scenes to make way for some great ongoing content I think you’ll all like. Thanks for bearing with me in the meantime.
Over the next month, give or take, you can expect the following:
A review – with bonus interview – with author AJ Brown and his brown bag stories, a series of self-published shorts that should keep you up at least an hour past bedtime.
A review – with bonus interview – with Kit Daven, an author writing out of my own backyard in Ontario, Canada in which we discuss a pair of novelette’s with more to tell than their size would have you believe. Mention is also given to her fantasy trilogy of world-building novels.
A review – with bonus interview (there may be a trend here) – of the forthcoming publication of Night Train by Tom Monteleone, brought to us in partnership with Borderland Press and Gauntlet Press. I’m at the tail end of reading this bad boy, but ‘ll tell you all right now this one’s a killer and you may want to go pre-order t on faith alone. I’m guessing it will sell out fast. Don’t miss it! This will be an exclusive review/interview so stay tuned for that!
A review of Ryan Kruger’s explosive short film, FRIED BARRY! Along with – you guessed it – a bonus interview. This review will first appear over with my good fiends at Hell Notes, but will eventually make its way over here for some extra frying.
My (Your) Mourning Report will also come back, but rather than posting each week on Monday, I’m going to break it down trice weekly into more digestible pieces. Feel this will help create better focus on each section (Fresh Meat, Mad Musings, and Web of Fear). I feel this way, you can skip the days and sections you may not prefer and stick to the ones, if not all, of the ones you enjoy best.
Well friends and fiends, that’s it for all. Please do share this post to your socials and, better yet, subscribe to Dark Bites so you never miss a thing. Plus, it really helps me out and encourages me to keep adding even more great content for you all to enjoy.
Until next time, folks, stay dark…stay hungry.