1. This is a review for The Spaces Between Your Screams by Dark Gothic Resurrected Magazine
I love to get my creep on, and “The Spaces Between Your Screams” does just that! A collection of forty of Christopher’s short stories, they vary from complete and utter mind-screwing to flat out squirm-in-your-seat grossness that literally had me yelling out with the hideousness of it all. I had quite a few favorites in this collection, including “Handyman”, which involves a most sadistic way to rid oneself of the worries, aggravations, and stresses one may have in their life--and it’s not quite how you’d expect it! Great nightmarish reading and very entertaining. Kudos!
2. This is a review for The Spaces between Your Screams by Pillow Talk Reviews
A collection of horror shorts that will give you the willies, that's what you'll find in Christopher Hivner's The Spaces Between Your Screams.
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3. This is a review for The Spaces between Your Screams by The Horror Zine
Over the years I have often lamented the fact you simply can’t make a living from short stories. You can write short stories, you can sell them--sometimes to the big magazines with the fat paychecks--but you won’t make a good living from them.
4. This a review for The Spaces between Your Screams by Sonar4 Landing Dock Reviews
What book has you standing on edge, reading about possessions, weird experiments, tragic tales of horror and frightful takings on the unknown? It could only be a collection of stories by Christopher Hivner called THe Spaces between your Screams.
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5. This is a review for The Spaces Between Your Screams by Black Petals
Christopher Hivner gives the reader quite a selection of 39 mostly short-short stories, sandwiched into THE SPACES BETWEEN YOUR SCREAMS—divided into two parts: THE SPACES and YOUR SCREAMS. 17 of the stories, going all the way back to 1994, have been previously published in various magazines, including one in BP in 1999.
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6. This is a review for The Spaces Between Your Screams by House of Horror:
Christopher Hivner's The Spaces between the Screams, is a collection of weird and freaky tales. Hivner takes you on a ride into the darkest depths of his mind and pulls out the most strangest and horrific scenarios.
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7. Review for The Spaces Between Your Screams by Blood Moon Rising
The title of this book was the real enticing item that got me to read this book. Hivner gives us a collection of short stories, mostly just a couple of pages that run the gambit of types of stories.
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8. This is a review of The Spaces Between Your Screams by Niteblade Fantasy and Horror Magazine
This collection of short stories is not for anyone squeamish or put off by body fluids. It is recommended for readers who enjoy variety in their horror or who want to be able to read and finish a story within a short window of time.
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9. This is a review of The Spaces Between Your Screams left by an Amazon reader:
Christopher Hivner has put together about 40 of his short horror stories in this wonderful collection. Each narrative (even if only a couple of pages long) is able to hook you with a great premise and memorable characters.