Wk #3 Volume 2: Chainsaw Ridge- A Short story (Blood, Sex, Gore + More) #kdsuspsense #amwriting #horror

Just wow. 

Another story done well by Kim Knight and Didi Oviatt!

Author, Kim Knight


18+ Reading! Adult Content Alert.

Chainsaw Ridge

Author One Scene One


The voice is a blend of husky and shrill, like nails on a chalkboard. Alice cringes at the sound of it.

“Alice.” It repeats. “You better answer me, dammit!”

“Yes, daddy.”

The rickety steel framed bed creaks as Alice rolls onto her side. She’s cradled by the dip in the overly used and extremely stained mattress, that she’s been sleeping on for nearly twenty years. The same bed she slept in as a toddler. A waft of her uncleansed flesh floats into the air with her movements. The sour pinch of the smell wins its competition with the week old garbage pile to her side. Alice mozies to the window of her bedroom to let some breeze in, as she listens to her crippled father’s voice. She knows full well what’s coming.

“My babies are starvin’, get yer…

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Why You Should Read Pills by Jack Binding

My expectations going into reading these short stories were considerably wrong.

I thought it was gonna be regular short stories *I don’t even know what regular short stories are*. I highly underestimated the entire collection.

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Author: Jack Binding

Genres: Dark Horror, Humor

Print Length: 240 pages

Release Date: June 13, 2017

Rating: Bruh (See Rating System/Scale)

Not to be taken lightly

Jack Binding’s Pills splices gritty realism with surreal imagery and otherworldly dread.

From the vicious high fashion horror of FMM (The Devils Wears Prada via Bret Easton Ellis-esque debauchery) to the stark, unsettling heartbreak of Sleeping Pills, Binding takes the reader on a journey through the secret parts of London that few people ever visit.

Influenced by writers such as Stephen King, Martin Amis and JG Ballard, there’s Cronenberg-inspired body horror, creepy kids (and their creepier parents), death, love (often unrequited), seedy massage parlours and late nights fuelled with lust and narcotics.

With overarching themes and characters, the 18 short stories in Pills can be read either as a whole enjoyed as stand-alone tales.


Adults over 21 years old take one Pill with alcohol. If necessary, consume the entire packet at once.
Not recommended for children.

Possible side-effects include:



The consumption of Pills should never result in boredom. If this occurs, please contact the manufacturer as soon as possible.

Feedback from the clinical trials for Pills has been strong:

“Wry, strong, cynical”

“Binding has a way with words that fills the reader with a growing sense of dread and fear for the narrator”

“Jack seems to take his observations from life and serve them to you with some sharp edge”

“Horrifying … too good not to read”

“Perfect balance in between real and otherworldly”

“Dark. Bleak. Grim … Binding has a writing style I can easily associate with, an imagination to match”

“The writing reminds me a bit of Clive Barker as he starts a story you think you know is unfolding, and then it spills out, unvarnished and splintery against your skin and senses”

“One part Stephen King one part Twilight Zone”

“Freaky and somehow hilarious”

“Utterly compelling”

“Debauched and nasty”

– Long Goodreads Synopsis


So to make sure everyone knows about the trigger warnings, if you don’t want to read anything dark, then this might not be for you. ‘Dark’ explains it all.

I told y’all how I underestimated these short stories. I did, but I can explain. See what had happened was, this is only my second time reading a short story anthology. How was I supposed to know it could be as good as it is? I can’t. From now on, I’ll look at short stories with the respect they deserve. 

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*Put some respect on my name #classic* 

Onto the actual review…

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Book Review – The Suspenseful Collection: Volume One By Didi Oviatt and Kim Knight

Ever wondered what would happen if two authors came together to write stories together? One author finishes and the other ends?

Kim Knight and Didi Oviatt did their thing and created 8 naturally flowing short stories of various genres.

Some should definitely turn into full novels. I’m telling you, a few were really good, even excellent, but a couple didn’t hit me as much as it could’ve.

Let’s get into it!

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