Prompt: Rain peacefully falls outside the window as your love slowly falls into the great abyss- death, as you somberly remember your life and the moments you spent with them.
October was a busier month for me, so was only able to read a few books, unfortunately. But here they are, and what I thought of them.Continue reading Books Read in October
Continue reading Dark Halloween: A Flash Fiction Anthology — Out Now!
Skeletons, ghosts and witches. All Hallows Eve is filled with the terrors that walk the thin line of our world and the other. From the twisted minds of some of todays best horror authors, Dark Halloween is a collection of Halloween themed stories sure to delight and terrify.
Here are the books I read in September, and what I thought about them.Continue reading Books Read in September
Continue reading Scary Snippets: Campfire Edition — Out Now!
Imagine you are alone. Surrounded on all sides by nothing but forest for as far as the eye can see. Then, you hear a sound. It is like nothing you have ever heard… Is it a wolf? A ghost? A stalker? A monster from another world? Or something far far worse?
Continue reading The Dark Frontier — Out Now!
There’s something sinister in the mountain, letting monsters loose upon the world. Civilization is collapsing; the lands are submerged in shadow. Soon, the darkness will consume the countryside, leaving but one path through the void – a path that cuts across the Dark Frontier.
Children of the Fang and Other Genealogies is Langan’s fourth collection of stories, and his second book to be published by the wonderful Word Horde. It contains twenty-two stories spanning all varieties of horror, showing us that Langan is a master of writing all things terrifying.Continue reading Book Spotlight: Children of the Fang & Other Genealogies by John Langan
Prompt: It’s 3AM, you wake up from a sudden jolt. Your head is pounding and your heart is racing. You turn to your wife, only to realize her body has been replaced by a mannequin. The only thing resembling your wife are her eyes. You attempt to flee the room, only to find that there is no door.
Onto another month of reading. Here are my thoughts.
Prompt: The monster under your bed is real. It’s there to protect you from things that are even worse than itself.