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SHORT FICTION REVIEW: Ordinary Folk by Kat Heckenbach

Ordinary Folk by Kat Heckenbach

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

The like the idea of a woman struggling to figure out why she has rage issues and a sense of smell for meat that is so advanced that it scares her, but her character was not likable enough, the plot was not surprising enough, the description failed to evoke a sensual connection to the experience, and the climax wasn’t extreme enough for this action/horror story. Also, the overall message of being “ordinary folk” did not really move me or make me feel like reading the story was worth the time. Continue reading

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Coffin Hop Stop #2: Kat Heckenbach

Welcome to my wing of the haunted mansion that is the Coffin Hop Horror Web Tour. Today I have a written interview with Christian Horror and YA Fantasy writer, Kat Heckenbach.

The Prize: 1st Place: A copy of the Monsters! Anthology (paperback or ebook). 2nd Place: Feckless Anthology (Kindle)

How to Win: Comment or Share on this post or in the post I link to. One comment per post, but each share counts as an entry. Facebook, Twitter, and Google + will work. Please tag me in FB and G+ or use #CoffinHop on Twitter. Continue reading

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