Awesome Review in the Frederick News-Post

Awesome Review in the Frederick News-Post

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Alan Gibson owns a pick-your-own pumpkin and Christmas tree farm. Not typically the stuff of horror fiction. But that’s exactly the setting he used as the setting for his new book, “The Dead of Winter,” about two couples who come to a farm much...
A Touch of Trail Magic

A Touch of Trail Magic

What do you get when you mix loner hikers, a 2200 mile trek from Maine to Georgia, and a culture that requires you to trust strangers? For many, it’s a rewarding hike on the Appalachian Trail. For me, it sounded like the perfect recipe for a horror novel. While...

Blue Ink Review of The Dead of Winter

A.B. Gibson combines tropes from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and other slasher films with elements from the gothic novel to develop a disturbing, if familiar, horror story. As Halloween approaches, it’s the last few days for the annual Pumpkin Fest. Families enjoy...
My First Kirkus Review – and it was great!

My First Kirkus Review – and it was great!

Four friends reunite at a bed-and-breakfast and find some local Halloween-themed attractions to be a little too frightening in Gibson’s debut horror yarn. Married couple Josh and Julia meet up with their pals Dillon and Tara at the tail end of the PumpkinFest at...