The End in All Beginnings continues to generate 5-star reviews…and only five-star reviews. I got two more in the last 24 hours, which brings the total to 20 five-star reviews so far…and I’m expecting another any day because I was given a head’s up.
Go here to read all the reviews, but here’s part of what the last two had to say:
“I have known John for many years. We used to work at the same now deceased magazine publishing company. I knew then he was a good journalist and was writing horror fiction then. I will also admit I was one who did not have a taste for horror. Out of friendship and curiosity, I read The End in All Beginnings. What it did was shock me, scare the hell out me, and let me know what a fine writer John has become. If you like horror, you’re gonna want to read this book.” Barney Davey
“If you have read John Taff before, then the quality of his writing isn’t going to come as a shock, but if you haven’t you may be in for a very pleasant surprise. Whether it’s the back and forth dialog of two young boys on a summer afternoon, or a father trying to hold back time and keep his daughter with him forever, he creates characters that are always a bit strange but quite often honorable. Just remember that while these may be love stories they definitely have a bite.” BirdieTracy.
Thanks and glad you’re all liking the stories in The End in All Beginnings!
Don’t miss The Sunken Cathedral, a standalone novella, also coming from Grey Matter Press in March. Plus I have stories in two of their upcoming 2015 anthologies–“Some Other Day” in Death’s Realm in January and “That Song You Can’t Get Out of Your Head” in Savage Beasts in April.
And, really, in just a day or so, a BIG announcement of the novel variety including potential cover reveals, a contest and a Christmas Day release! Check back!