Josh Hancock from Horror Novel Reviews gave Who Spoke on the other Side a 4/5! Which a tad bit better than what The Stone Man and other Weird Tales received, a 3.5/5. The full review can be found below, but here’s an excerpt from the review.
Micah Castle’s Who Spoke on the Other Side has touches of everything that horror fans love: eerie locations, ghastly discoveries, unfathomable creatures, characters embroiled in horrific scenarios, and even a few moments of philosophical insight. This new collection is perfect for fans of H.P. Lovecraft or Karl Edward Wagner–and for anyone who longs to be transported into the ghoulish, ghostly world of the supernatural.
The full review can be found HERE
My second collection of short horror/weird fiction is out now! It features ten original stories filled to the brim with several different kinds of horror: the supernatural, the cosmic, and the weird.
You can purchase it for only $0.99 for the first three days of its released (July 16 – July 19).
Continue reading Who Spoke on the Other Side out now!
My second collection of weird/horror shorts, Who Spoke on the Other Side, will release a week from today!
For the first three days it’ll be set to $0.99 and two separate giveaways will be listed, one on Goodreads and another on Amazon.
While you wait, you can pick up The Stone Man and Other Weird Tales for just $0.99 on Amazon.
Prompt: You’re listening to music on shuffle on your phone as you get to sleep. However, the music mysteriously stops and you hear: “Is he awake?”
Continue reading Writing Prompt #8 — A Pixy’s Hideout
Prompt: You’re a vampire that works in retail so you know who deserves to die.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #7 — Vampiric Retail
Prompt: People have stopped dying. Scientists can’t figure out why. You are a priest who has just graduated from seminary. You find Death terrified and hiding in the darkest corner of creation.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #6 — Death’s The Cure
Crimson Streets was one of the first websites to feature my work, and they have been great to me, even when some of my stories didn’t work for their website.
Moving forward, they have released their first physical magazine, Crimson Streets #1: A Story A Week and Other Tales. It contains detective stories, weird tales, and nearly everything between the two. Moreover, it contains fantastic illustrations. (Also, contains my short story, “Confession.”)
It’s $15.99 USD, but it’s 304 pages long, so you definitely get your money’s worth. Purchase it on Amazon now!
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