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

Dead Lake

Dead Lake

The Dead Do Not Rest Here Author: Darcy Coates Sam is grieving for her mother. She wasn’t paying attention. She missed ...
Midnight Meat Train, The

Midnight Meat Train, The

A Classic Horror Short Story Author: Clive Barker The Midnight Meat Train is my first encounter with Cliver Barker in book ...
Praying Life, A

Praying Life, A

Come as You Are Author: Paul Miller Prayer has always been hard for me. It’s a duty, a chore, and that’s ...
What Kind of Mother

What Kind of Mother

Cannibalistic Crabs and Missing Children Author: Clay McLeod Chapman Madi Price claims that she can read your future in the palm ...
Biblical Theology: Volume 2: Special Grace Covenants (Old Testament)

Biblical Theology: Volume 2: Special Grace Covenants (Old Testament)

The Second in a Powerful, Covenantal Deep Dive  Author: Jeffery Niehaus After many months I carefully and completely made my ...
Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer

Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer

A Disconnected, Yet Still Sublime C.S. Lewis Addition Author: C.S. Lewis Letters to Malcom: Chiefly on Prayer is a posthumously published ...
Riverwind the Plainsman

Riverwind the Plainsman

Return to Xak Tsaroth Author: Paul B. Thompson & Tonya C. Cook In the original Chronicles series, Riverwind is the lesser-known ...
Dishing the Dirt

Dishing the Dirt

Let the Bodies Hit the Floor Author: M.C. Beaton In the sleepy town of Carslie, our 26th (ok, probably more like ...
Last Word

Last Word

A Review To Die For Author: Taylor Adams Taylor Adams has proven himself yet again in The Last Word; he ...
Death Writes

Death Writes

A So-So Mystery Author: Andrea Carter Gavin Featherstone, a best-selling author, is finally leaving his self-imposed reclusive lifestyle to once again ...
Zombie Bake-Off

Zombie Bake-Off

A Cruel, Samey Attempt at Horror Comedy Author: Stephen Graham Jones What happens when a group of Pro-Wresters arrives early to ...
King Kong

King Kong

Novelization of the Original Movie Author: Delos W. Lovelace I’ve always loved monsters-on-the-loose stories, especially of the B-movie variety, so it’s ...
Sleeping Giants

Sleeping Giants

Alien Secrets, International Intrigue, Rouge Teams Author: Sylvain Neuvel It starts in the US, in a little town in South Dakota, ...
Meditating on the Word

Meditating on the Word

Essays and Readings on How to Meditate on Scripture Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer For the C.S. Lewis Fellowship’s October study, fellows dove ...
Black Tide

Black Tide

It’s The End of the World as We Know It Author: KC Jones Beth is a car wreck of a person: ...
Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life

Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life

How to Understand and Adopt Spiritual Disciplines  Author: Donald S. Whitney I discovered Donald S. Whitney’s Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian ...
Monet at Giverny

Monet at Giverny

A Pictorial Tour of Monet's Living Artwork Author: Adrien Goetz Photographer: Eric Sander When I went to Giverny to view Monet’s historic ...
Dead in the Driver’s Seat

Dead in the Driver’s Seat

Amanda and Thorn Team-Up Author: Connie Feddersen Amanda is finally ready to ditch her Toyota and get a proper country pickup ...
Terror, The

Terror, The

A Dull Mishmash of Stories Author: Dan Simmons Two ships, stranded in the Arctic, locked in mountains of ice, hunted by ...
Carnival of Fear

Carnival of Fear

Justice for the Damned Author: J. Robert King In Carnival l’Morai you can see your dreams and nightmares. You can see ...