Horror Bites Magazine has released pre-orders for their first issue! It comes with five short stories from authors: K. Lysander Elias, KC Grifant, EM Leonard, Matt Handle, and myself.
They have been gracious enough to provide me with a 25% discount code for the first eight orders!
PRE-ORDER HERE and use the code 10castle7200125 at the payment page.
Prompt: The storms covering Jupiter cleared, but only for a moment, and we saw what was beneath it.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #11 — The Red Eye
Prompt: After blowing your nose, you notice a metallic slug in the tissue. When you look up, your office looks very different.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #10 — Accidentally Unplugged
Prompt: There is The Old One, The Great One, The Many Angled One, The Sleeping One and then there is you, The Cute One.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #9 — The Cute One, CutyPy’th
YouTube Channel, Miskatonic Audio Library, were kind of enough to narrate my short story, “Misplaced Trust” (taken from my second collection, Who Spoke on the Other Side). He’s narrated Lovecraft’s works in the past, “The Book” and “The Hound.” Definitely has a voice for narration and I would highly recommend you check it out.
You can listen to “Misplaced Trust” below.
There are two giveaways currently running, one on Amazon and the other on Goodreads. You can enter both now!
Amazon (Ends July 25th at 11:59PM PDT). Prize: Physical copy of Who Spoke on the Other Side: ENTER HERE
Goodreads (Ends August 8th. Restricted to US residents). Prize: Physical copy of Who Spoke on the Other Side and a physical copy of The Stone Man and Other Weird Tales: ENTER HERE
Josh Hancock from Horror Novel Reviews gave Who Spoke on the other Side a 4/5! Which a tad bit better than what The Stone Man and other Weird Tales received, a 3.5/5. The full review can be found below, but here’s an excerpt from the review.
Micah Castle’s Who Spoke on the Other Side has touches of everything that horror fans love: eerie locations, ghastly discoveries, unfathomable creatures, characters embroiled in horrific scenarios, and even a few moments of philosophical insight. This new collection is perfect for fans of H.P. Lovecraft or Karl Edward Wagner–and for anyone who longs to be transported into the ghoulish, ghostly world of the supernatural.
The full review can be found HERE