The First Door Cover The First Door -This was the first thing I wrote with the intention of publishing. This novella was self-published on Smashwords and is available everywhere for $0.99 Smashwords ~ Amazon ~ Barnes & Noble ~ Sony and Apple Books through the iBookstore
The Sirens Call E-Zine a bi-monthly E-Zine of dark and edgy fiction.Issue #02 – The Observer Featuring 98 pages of Fiction from the Point of View of The Observer, Artwork, Photography, Ads & an extended preview of City of Hell Chronicles Vol. 1

Issue #03 – Obscure Ink Featuring 64 pages of “Obscure Ink” – Short Stories & Flash Fiction, Artwork by Steve Cartwright, Photography, and an Interview with Jason McKinney.

Issue #08 – Men in Horror Featuring 98 pages of Short Stories, Flash Fiction, Artwork, Poetry and Book Ads, an interview with artist Mariusa ‘Noistromo’ Siergiejew and an interview with Lane Kareska, author of the upcoming novella ‘North Dark.’

A Quick Bite of Flesh is an outstanding collection of 55 bite-sized tales of zombie goodness. Stories of terror, sadness, adventure, revenge and betrayal. Whether you like your zombie stories terrifying, humorous, or bizarre, you will find plenty to love in this collection.
A collection of 89 modern and adapted fairytales (each is only 1-page long) from the Once Upon A Time Flash Fiction Competition, run in conjunction with UK National Flash Fiction Day, 16th May 2012. All proceeds go to the National Literary Trust
Hell has invaded Earth and happy endings are a thing long since forgotten.

The ten stories in Carnage: After the End – Volume 2 tell of the frighteningly horrific and cruel lives the survivors must face. Each one takes us to a place where humanity’s stragglers are forced to battle for their very existence against their own grim reality; creatures from different worlds or times, individuals or groups of miscreants who feed on the fear of the weak, and even the terrifying threat of unknown bacterial organisms. Their will to go on diminishing among the tatters of the civilization they once knew.

In a world where society has collapsed and terror lurks around every corner, no one can be trusted and nothing can be taken for granted.

The Apocalypse has come, leaving in its wake small pockets of survivors battling to stay alive; each carving out a new beginning for mankind…

 Popcorn Press’s fourth annual celebration of horror poetry, this year focused on the mythos of H. P. Lovecraft, and in particular his most famous creation, Cthulhu., the monstrous cosmic entity that lies dreaming beneath the ocean, waiting for the stars to align and free him. Old fans of Lovecraftian tales will find here fresh visions to darkly delight. For neophytes, the collection serves as an introduction to the horripilating thrills in the work of Lovecraft and the many writers he inspired. The anthology contains a treasure trove of verse—haiku, senryu, lunes, tanka, sijo, free verse, a sestina, sonnets, some alphabetic morph rhyme, even a lipogram—along with several great flash-fiction pieces and short stories. Cthulhu awaits you.
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