Frances Carden

About Frances

Frances is the author of the horror novella The Mine. She has also been published in Abundant Grace; Magical: An Anthology of Fantasy, Fairy Tales, and other Magical Fiction for Adults; Answers I’ll Accept: True Accounts of Online Dating; 20 Something Magazine; and Wisteria Magazine. She wrote for Epinions.com for eight years. Frances is currently working on a dark fantasy/horror novel called Plague Town.

Frances has a Masters in Fiction Writing from Johns Hopkins  and works as a technical writer during the day, where she attempts to make software exciting.

Frances’ Reviews

Mark of the Christian, The

Mark of the Christian, The

What Love Has to Do With It Author: Francis Schaffer As February approached, the C.S. Lewis Institutes fellows’ study concentrated on ...
Beautiful and Damned, The

Beautiful and Damned, The

"Things are sweeter when they’re lost." Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald Following The Great Gatsby, Scott Fitz Gerald published several more books, ...
Road, The

Road, The

More Travels with the Fungus Author: Iain Rob Wright In this fourth addition to Iain Rob Wright’s The Spread series, the ...
Trial and Error

Trial and Error

A Christian Lost and Found Game Author: Robert Whitlow Buddy Smith is haunted by his past, by all that he has ...
Collective, The

Collective, The

Justice or Murder? Author: Alison Gaylin Have you ever wanted revenge so desperately, that you didn’t care about the costs? Have ...
Paradise-1

Paradise-1

In Space, Can They Hear You Scream? Author: David Wellington Paradise-1 is Earth’s first deep space colony. It’s a new start, ...
Silver Nitrate

Silver Nitrate

B-Movie Bad Author: Silvia Moreno-Garcia Montserrat is a bisexual nerd-girl working in a man’s world. She’s the best sound editor in ...
Humility: The Beauty of Holiness

Humility: The Beauty of Holiness

A Treaties on an Underappreciated Virtue Author: Andrew Murray In this short (around 50 pages) booklet, Andrew Murray deep dives into ...
I Found Puppets Living in my Apartment Walls

I Found Puppets Living in my Apartment Walls

Killer Puppets and Adult Grief Author: Ben Farthing Jonny and his cousin Brittany are grieving their grandfather, a once famous puppeteer ...
Bad Dolls

Bad Dolls

Life Lessons Through Horror Author: Rachel Harrison In Bad Dolls Rachel Harrison presents four short stories, each taking a glimpse into ...
Freedom of Self Forgetfulness: The Path to True Christian Joy

Freedom of Self Forgetfulness: The Path to True Christian Joy

An Honest Look at Humility and Pride Author: Timothy Keller Timothy Keller’s The Freedom of Self Forgetfulness is a short (fifty ...
Sister of Mine

Sister of Mine

A Dour Thriller Author: Laurie Petrou Penny and Hattie are two sides of the same warped coin. Two sisters with a ...
Murder and Mamon

Murder and Mamon

The Series Is Waning Author: Mia Manansala The Calendar Crew is opening another new business in town (a laundromat) at a ...
Watchers, The

Watchers, The

What Hides in the Woods Author: A.M. Shine Mina is a loner. She likes her life and its aloofness. Her apartment ...
Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good

Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good

Christmas in Mitford and Second Chances Author: Jan Karon In the 12th Mitford novel, the at times beautiful, at times stressful, ...
Episode 13

Episode 13

Ghost Hunters and Flower Power Author: Craig DiLouie Fade to Black is a popular ghost hunter show that is starting to ...
Pushing Up Daisies

Pushing Up Daisies

Agatha's Sloppiest Adventure To Date Author: M.C. Beaton Lord Bellington, an unpopular local lord looking to sell off village allotments for ...
Fortune Teller's Prophecy, The

Fortune Teller’s Prophecy, The

From Chaos to Calling Author: Lally Pia As a child, a Sri Lankan priest foretold that Lally would be “a doctor ...
Molten Death

Molten Death

Trouble in Paradise Author: Leslie Karst Valerie and Kristen, a retired couple, are ostensibly visiting a friend in Hawaii to ...
September House

September House

Hope in Horror Author: Carissa Orlando If it’s too good to be true . . . it probably is. Recent empty-nesters ...