Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Peter is 13 years old. He is also the only survivor in his hometown, Rockville, of the zombie apocalypse. With the streets overrun by undead residents, Peter has taken refuge on the town's water tower. Safe from the hungry zombies, he passes time playing video games and eating junkfood. 

But as the familiar citizens become more fixated on young Peter, he finds he will have to make a choice that could change his life for better or worse. 

The Pied Piper of the Undead is 16,000+ words.

This work is for mature readers and contains adult content and language.

For years Dennis Shore has thrilled readers with his spooky bestselling novels. Now a widower, Dennis is finally alone in his house, his daughter attending college out of state. When he's stricken by a paralyzing case of writer's block and a looming deadline, Dennis becomes desperate. Against better judgment, he claims someone else's writing as his own, accepting undeserved accolades for the stolen work. He thinks he's gotten away with it . . . until he's greeted by a young man named Cillian Reed--the true author of the stolen manuscript.
What begins as a minor case of harassment quickly spirals out of control. As Cillian's threats escalate, Dennis finds himself on the brink of losing his career, his sanity, and even his life. The horror he's spent years writing about has arrived on his doorstep, and Dennis has nowhere to run.

Culture shock. That’s what Nikki experiences when her father is transferred from Laguna Beach to Seattle. Gazing up in the gray drizzle at the gargoyles on the apartment building that is her new home, she tells herself that life as she knows it is over, that boredom is all she can hope to look forward to. 

But that was before she saw the people in the mirror and before she met the gorgeous young man next door....

When Beth Willis, who normally speaks for the deceased, is given a message from a dead medium, she steps beyond her world, into the spirit realm.

D.I. Coleridge is a man marking time, until a call from Beth gives him a lead on an elusive killer who takes trophies from his victims. A killer who walks through both worlds, taking lives. A man with powers no mortal can possess. A man, but something else, too. 

If Coleridge and Beth are to survive, they must understand him...but some men cannot be fought. Some creatures cannot be bested. 

Death calls on all in time. But if Beth and Coleridge are to win, they have no choice but to call on Death themselves.

The Dead Parade is a whirlwind of blood and violence, taking the reader down an insane path of carnage. It offers no sympathy. It takes no prisoners. It obliterates anything that might translate into hope. 

There is a demon––a killing machine that cannot be stopped. After facing the death of his brother and his wife, James’ best friend threatens suicide. When James attempts to stop this act, something passes into him. It is the beast, a monster that opens the doorway to non-stop violence. James becomes the accidental pawn of this demon, which comes with but one warning...

...Survival is not an option.

Please Note: This is a short story. It is not an eBook. Please do not purchase if you desire it to be an eBook. It is not.

It is the final days of the Civil War and a column of Union Cavalry has met stiff and unexpected and stiff resistance at Mosquito Creek, Virginia...

From one very strong young Southern woman.

It is them against her.

And they will lose.

The Ghost of Hollow's Cove is an original, full-length horror novel.


Mark Winters comes home from work to find an unspeakable crime that leaves his life shattered. The only clue as to what happened is a mysterious brochure from a fishing lodge named "Hollow's Cove". Inside, it contains an equally cryptic and disturbing message: "The Black Warden returns"...


Now Mark starts to see the ghost of his son reaching out for help. He wants Mark to go to an ominous island sitting on the pristine waters of Hollow's Cove... to a sinister cabin that holds a frightening history.


Time is running out as Mark discovers that the Black Warden is more than just a warning, and soon he finds himself in a terrifying struggle for survival.

For maximum effect, read this book at night. In fact, rent yourself a room in a quiet fishing lodge, and try to pretend the noise you just heard in the dead of night wasn't a deranged killer scratching at the other side of your door...

Eighteen-year-old Sarah Roberts experiences blackouts from which she wakes to notes written by her own hand. Prophecies. Dark Visions. Future events with dire consequences only she can avert.

Sarah is an Automatic Writer who suffers from a rare obsessive-compulsive disorder called trichotillomania

She receives a message that details a kidnapping and what she can do to stop it. She has averted kidnappings before. The notes are quite specific. She's convinced it won't be that hard. But things go wrong when the kidnappers spot her. People are killed. Witnesses place Sarah at the scene. The police find her notebook riddled with prophecies of accidents and crimes, and they want answers.

Sarah is in a fight for her life with no one to trust and a kidnapping ring who only want to find out how she knows so much about them. The police are hunting her for very different reasons and her parents think she's at a sleepover.

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