Congratulations to the winners of our first 2011 Kindle giveaway contest sponsored by Knuckle Supper! Don’t feel bad if you weren’t randomly selected this time around, we’ll be giving away an Amazon Kindle every month in 2011. Check back often for details about our other giveaways. The question was: What was Bait’s sisters name? The…Continue readingKindle Winners for January 2011
Before climbing on top of this mechanical bull of a book, I’d like to say that I have a deep appreciation for reality; which is why I am of two separate minds about the book and the attitude with which is was written (at least partially). On one side of the coin, vampires are fictitious…Continue readingKnuckle Supper, by Drew Stepek
I love my Amazon Kindle. I’ve loaded it up with the classics, and a dozen books I can’t wait to read and a few that I need to review. I want to share my adoration with you, so every month in 2011 we’re going to give one away. This could be the easiest chance you’ll…Continue readingEverybody Gets a Kindle!
This was a big year for vampires; they’ve been everywhere. When 2010 began, vampire fans were enthusiastic, optimistic, and ready for a year of vampire madness. It wasn’t unfounded; the vampire had a lot of potential this year, with so many people ready to gobble up whatever the entertainment industry decided to cook up, as…Continue reading2010: A Year of Vampires
“Yeah, I suppose we’re vampires, but more importantly we’re junkies and gangster motherfuckers.” Knuckle Supper brings horror back to the vampire genre. It tells the story of drug-addicted gangster vampires who tear a man to pieces in the first few pages of the book. It’s a blood-drenched story that reflects the darkness in the human…Continue readingInterview with Drew Stepek on Knuckle Supper