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It's nice to have your work recognized by strangers, be it through reviews, or comments on social media. To find one of your works on a top ten list is even better. It doesn't matter how much clout the list maker may or may not have. Even if it's just an average reader sharing their feelings, it's an honor to be included in such a list. As such I'm honored to have my novel, White Walker, appear in an Ezvid Wiki's top ten list.
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The other nine
The Caretakers by Adrian Chamberlain
The Fallen Boys by Aaron Dries
The Painted Darkness by Brian James Freeman
Urban Gothic by Brian Keene
The Method by Duncan Ralston
Good Girls by Glen Hirshberg
The Dreaming by Queenie Chan
Into The Mist by Lee Murray
Audrey's Door by Sarah Langan
Horror titles due to be released this week. April 14 thru 20, 2019
Liberation: Sian B. Claven
Evelyn was everything that Karen and Aubrey could ask for in an adopted daughter until she starts having the darkest of dreams, or perhaps they are the memories of her previous life that she seems to have forgotten.
Who was Evelyn in her past life? And why does it feel so bad?
Rise of the Shadow Rogue: Mike Truk
Betrayal cuts deepest when someone you love wields the knife.
For Kellik, a once-rising star of Port Gloom's guild of thieves, it also leaves him floating in the bay, bleeding out and without hope or allies.
Saved by an urchin and healed by a disgraced saint, Kellik is consumed by a single desire: to find out why his guild master ordered him cut down moments after passing his initiation trial.
Burning with injustice Kellik recruits a number of gorgeous rogues to his side: fallen assassins, dark elf witches and unnervingly polite necromancers. Together they journey through the shadowy underbelly of Port Gloom in pursuit of bloody revenge, daring to face impossible odds and uncover the grim truth: not only the reason for the guild's unnatural monopoly on crime, but why his guild master might have been justified in ordering his death after all.
Warning and minor spoilers: this is an 18+ book intended for mature readers. It contains graphic sex, medieval violence, and nudity. People swear, betray their loved ones, set each other on fire, seduce each other, and are scared witless by abysmal horrors. Most importantly, you'll meet gorgeous, powerful women, some capable of twisting the very fabric of fate, others of tearing a man in half with their bare hands. All are willing to enter unconventional, polyamorous, harem relationships if it means helping Kellik achieve justice, and with this many powerful women on his side, he just might stand a chance.
Monstrosity: Laura De Arce, Kevin Candela
When we were children, we dreamed of being heroes. We wanted to slay dragons and defeat the monsters that scared us.
As we grew older, we were forced to try and find our monsters. We had been told they would be easy to spot. Monsters had too much teeth, too much fur, too much size.
These were lies. We stopped wanting to be heroes. We started to want to be more, to be too much. We wanted, needed, more than the world could give us. We wanted more than what we were told we should be. We wanted to become monsters.
I want three things for you as you read these stories. I hope you find a story that brings you joy. I hope you find a story that gives you some discomfort. Finally, I hope you find a story here that makes you too much, that makes you just a little bit monstrous.
May you be enthralled and entertained by my accounts of monsters... and may these stories help you wake up the monster inside.
The Coldwater Haunting: Michael Richan
Ron lands the home of his dreams, isolated on a rural mountain, away from the noise and crowds of the city. With the house in need of repairs, he works on fixing it up before his wife and son join him. Unfortunately, the more he repairs, the more problems he uncovers.
During the day, he works on the mundane: septic system, plumbing, electrical wiring. But when the night comes and a deep darkness settles on the lonely property, a whole new set of troubles develop: scratching at the windows, the sound of footsteps on the stairs, shadowy figures in the yard. Threats. Attacks.
Ron comes to realize the house is unsafe — not because of the physical problems, but because of the unseen. He needs to rid the building of whatever evil has taken hold, but there’s one huge obstacle: he doesn’t believe in ghosts. He’s a total skeptic.
His friend Jake helps with the repairs. Jake is more willing to accept that the nightmarish apparitions in the house are real, and his girlfriend Freedom attempts to cleanse the house. Her methods backfire, so she leaves, frightened, refusing to return to the house. She demands Jake leave too, but Ron convinces Jake not to abandon him.
Desperate to solve the haunting, Jake ropes in others who claim to have “the gift,” but they all fail, unable to confront and outwit the evil inside the house. While Ron and Jake try to uncover the mystery, they go on a frightening journey, eventually coming to terms with the mountain’s troubled history. An ugly, brutal war waged between two families still consumes the area, and Ron’s house is caught in the middle of it.
The Coldwater Haunting is a ghost novel of over 100,000 words. It contains chilling scenes some may find disturbing. Advance readers report the book interfering with their dreams…
Authors if you have an upcoming release in horror and would like it featured here, drop me a line with a link to the page and I'll take care of the rest.
Horror titles due to be released this week. April 7 thru 13, 2019
The Ghost of Joanna Storm (Morgan's Rock Book 3): M.L. Bullock
As the paranormal activity at the historical home worsens Megan goes to extreme measures to protect herself and her unborn child. Can she rid herself and Morgan's Rock of the remaining ghosts or has she inadvertently brought the Storm curse upon herself?
The Ghost of Joanna Storm is Book Three in the Morgan's Rock series.
Dead Petals: Alan L'Anson
A murdered little girl whispers in the night.
What does she want?
And what does she know?
Gary and Fiona’s lives are shattered by the abduction of their twelve-year-old daughter, possibly by the one they call The Goldilocks Killer.
Crushed by guilt and remorse, Gary descends into a toxic spiral of drink and despair that threatens to destroy everything he holds dear.
As he struggles to come to terms with the loss of his daughter, The Goldilocks Killer strikes again, opening the door to ghostly terrors Gary never dreamed possible.
And the haunting truth he is too afraid to face.
The Last: Hanna Jameson
Jon thought he had all the time in the world to respond to his wife’s text message: I miss you so much. I feel bad about how we left it. Love you. But as he’s waiting in the lobby of the L’Hotel Sixieme in Switzerland after an academic conference, still mulling over how to respond to his wife, he receives a string of horrifying push notifications. Washington, DC has been hit with a nuclear bomb, then New York, then London, and finally Berlin. That’s all he knows before news outlets and social media goes black—and before the clouds on the horizon turn orange.
Now, two months later, there are twenty survivors holed up at the hotel, a place already tainted by its strange history of suicides and murders. Those who can’t bear to stay commit suicide or wander off into the woods. Jon and the others try to maintain some semblance of civilization. But when the water pressure disappears, and Jon and a crew of survivors investigate the hotel’s water tanks, they are shocked to discover the body of a young girl.
As supplies dwindle and tensions rise, Jon becomes obsessed with investigating the death of the little girl as a way to cling to his own humanity. Yet the real question remains: can he afford to lose his mind in this hotel, or should he take his chances in the outside world?
This little Light: Night Terror Reads #18: Bill Chapple
Carol moves into a house for one day to prove a demons existence and pressince. Soon a old face comes Ronda's the day. But isn't to late for as the ledgend goes light the candle keep it lit or they drag u to hell.
The House of Secrets (The Sarah Bennett Mysteries, Book 2): Terry Lynn Thomas
When Sarah takes a job with occult expert Dr Matthew Geisler, he promises to help her understand the sorrowful spirit that seems to have attached itself to her.
As Sarah struggles to cope with the ghostly presence, she runs into Zeke, the man who left her six months earlier and is recovering from injuries suffered in an alleged accident. But Zeke has secrets of his own, and when an attempt is made on Geisler’s life, Sarah finds herself caught in a struggle between the living and the dead.
Unsure who she can trust, Sarah must solve the mystery of the soul determined to haunt her, and save Dr Geisler and herself from an unknown threat.
Harris: Sarah J DiFalco
Harris is no stranger to hauntings, having had encounters with the spirit world since she was a young girl. As an adult, she seemingly left her ghosts behind when she moved out. When she leaves her long time boyfriend Dylan to start over, the hauntings start over as well. Each encounter is more terrifying than the last and soon they leave dead bodies in their wake.
Fearing for her life, Harris runs away, only to be followed by the demons who enjoy one thing, tormenting Harris. She will do anything she can to free herself from the creatures that haunt her, but how can she escape something that comes from her own soul?
Harris is a delightfully terrifying novel that will keep you up at night. A page turner that will force you to leave the light on, Harris will stay with you long after you've put it down.
Drachenfels (Warhammer Horror): Kim Newman
READ IT BECAUSE
It's the original Warhammer Horror novel. Hailing from the late 1980s, it depicts an early version of the Warhammer world, and is packed with spine-chilling moments and memorable characters – there's a reason it's still a dearly loved title 30 years after its original release!
Detlef Sierck, the self-proclaimed greatest playwright in the world, has declared that his next production will be a recreation of the end of the Great Enchanter Drachenfels – to be staged at the very site of his death, the Fortress of Drachenfels itself. But the castle's dark walls still hide a terrible secret which may make the opening night an evening to remember!
A classic Warhammer novel returns to print in a brand-new edition under the Warhammer Horror imprint, and includes a new introduction by the author.