I prefer science fiction, fantasy, and horror without the spaceships, dragons, and zombies.
1. Killing Commendatore, by Haruki Murakami
2. Skullface Boy, by Chad Lutzke
3. Things We Lost in the Fire, by Mariana Enríquez, Megan McDowell (Translator)
4. Everything is Horrible Now, by Edward Lorn
5. The Secret of Ventriloquism, by John Padgett
6. Train Dreams, by Denis Johnson
7. Blackwater IV: The War, by Michael McDowell
8. Blackwater III: The House, by Michael McDowell
9. Gateways to Abomination: Collected Short Fiction, by Matthew M. Bartlett
10. It's a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World, by Curtis M. Lawson
"Whether you’re a long-time horror lover or just someone looking for a spooky Halloween read, I highly recommend picking up this anthology." -- Howling Libraries
I'm pleased to announce the release of Doorbells at Dusk. This Halloween anthology includes a story I wrote called "Mr. Impossible."
Doorbells at Dusk features new original stories by:
Sean Eads | Amber Fallon | Charles Gramlich | Joanna Koch | Curtis M. Lawson | Lisa Lepovetsky | Adam Light | Evans Light | Chad Lutzke | Josh Malerman | Jason Parent | Thomas Vaughn | Joshua Viola | Ian Welke
Available now in eBook and paperback!
Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon Canada | Amazon Australia | iTunes Barnes & Noble | Kobo
I kicked off Short Story Month by offering my short, "Mr. Tucker & Me," for free, and I am closing out Short Story Month by offering my short, "Mr. Tucker & Me," for free.
You can also still grab another of my shorts, "Tipping," (at no cost to you) at your favorite Amazon online store.
And, as always, my little ditty, "It Came From Hell and Smashed the Angels" is free to download just about anywhere you go.
My weird fairy tale, "I Will Tell You About Knoist," is FREEish, if you choose to sign up for my (spam-free) New Release Mailing List. But, if you don't want more e-mail, you can just go to the HorrorBabble YouTube channel and listen to an audio version of this story for FREE.
May is Short Story Month and I'll be celebrating by reading nothing but short fiction this month.
My short story, "Mr. Tucker & Me," is now FREE to download on Amazon to encourage other humans to read some short fiction this May.
Amazon: US | UK | CA | AU
The brilliant humans over at HorrorBabble have produced an excellent audio book version of my bizarre fairy tale, "I Will Tell You About Knoist."
The narrator, Ian Gordon, enhanced and elevated the material. I couldn't have asked for better treatment.
You may listen to the audio book for FREE over on the HorrorBabble YouTube channel.
If you'd like to read along, sign up for my New Release Mailing List, and I'll send you the eBook edition.
I'm giving away three (3) Kindle copies of my novella, The Hanover Block, here on Booklikes.
Countries available: Australia, Canada, UK, USA
This collection contains my novella, Loving the Goat. If you ever wondered what that might be like, you can give it a try for only 99¢!
Place your order now.
Here's an interview I did for Bizzong! The Bizarre and Weird Fiction Podcast.
If you'd prefer, you may listen to the podcast at any of the following locations:
Join my New Release Mailing List and I'll send you a weird fairy tale called "I Will Tell You About Knoist." This short story is not for sale and is only available to mailing list subscribers. (It might take me a day or two to send you the story. Fulfillment is not automatic.) You'll receive both ePub and mobi copies of the story.
The mailing list will only be used to inform readers of my new releases. (I can't imagine you'd receive an e-mail from me any more than once every couple of months.)
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I won't send you e-mails to tell you about my pets or what movies I've just watched.
I won't e-mail you about someone else's project or to ask you to donate to my favorite charity.
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If you got a Kindle or an Amazon gift card for Christmas, then you probably want to load yourself up with stuff to read. So, I've made all of my books 99¢ for the rest of the year to make building your eBook stack easier on you.