Sunday, March 7, 2010

Amazing Online Reads to Check Out

Here there little reaplings, Rhonny here with some cool finds from around the web to share with you. They're all great, all interesting, and best of all, they're all 100% free!

Do you love a good horror story? Then you will love the site Dark Tomorrow. It features two stories in progress, free to read, and make for a wonderful time on the internet. Vampires, Murder, it's all in there. Thom Brannan and Rob Pegler write interesting tales that leave you wanting more, and when each new chapter is written and published, you'll be coming back for seconds!

Maybe you like your stories in short bursts? If so, this is the blog for you. The Wit and Weirdness of Al Bruno III is a blog that posts "5 Second Fiction" bursts of a story to the readers, while also giving suggestions of other great reads you can find. The shorts bursts are scary, funny, amusing, and enjoyable. This blog is definitely worth following!

Do you like comics? Well how about a stop at Ted Dead! This online comic was created by Greg Bogle and Cal Miller (yes THE Cal Miller who wrote the amazing book Het Madden: A Zombie Perspective). It's funny, witty, crudely drawn, and just a barrel of fun! Check this out for sure!

Or perhaps you love more than just horror films? Well Flaming Sneakers Movies Reviews gives you a perspective on all genres of film. It is run by my close college friend, RK, and features guest posts by yours truly! So please stop over and follow this blog, you won't be disappointed!

Well there you have it, some wonderful sites to check out! I hope you find something interesting within all these stops on the internet highway!


Cal Miller said...

Thanks for the Ted Dead nod Rhonny! I am gonna go see The Crazies based on your Flaming Sneakers review!

Rhonny Reaper said...

lol glad you like it but actually RK wrote that review :)

Cal Miller said...

Well I'm not gonna see it then. HA! Just kidding! I think George Romero did the original version of that movie? Previews look cool!

Al Bruno III said...

Thank you for the shout out!