Here is a clipping from a review from UK's horror zine, Midnight Street Magazine:
"This is a feast of horror, an explosion of ideas that reach into every aspect of the genre...an inspired mix of energetic and captivating horror. This anthology is like a fearful breath from an ancient crypt; enter if you dare!"
You can read Trevor Denyer's full review on pg. 79 of Midnight Street Magazine. (PDF)
Here is a clipping from a review by Christina Francine that will be featured in November at Midwest Book Review:
"What do reader’s fears become when they’re examined? Top-notch tales, poems, and images will horrify and delight readers in this anthology called What Fears Become. Each feature rips through reality plunging readers into frightful situations deep enough to provoke a bag full of nightmares. It is unlikely readers will set aside a single whisper-read word. Like stepping onto a monstrous scene, their wide eyes can’t look away. Thirty-one finely honed eager narratives, eighteen delicious poems, and eighteen visions touch all who dare venture inside."