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Gregor Xane

I prefer science fiction, fantasy, and horror without the spaceships, dragons, and zombies.

NEW RELEASE! SON OF HANOVER BLOCK

 

Title: Son of Hanover Block

Series: The Hanover Quartet (Book 3)

Genre: Dark Fantasy/Occult/Horror

Length: 250 pages

Imprint: new dollar pulp

Release Date: February 29, 2020

 

Description:


young boy collapses on a playground. Surgeons carve out a giant tumor and half of his brain. Soon after, the boy's father locks him in a secret prison for his own perverse amusement. Through physical and psychological torture, he plans to transform his son into a monster, but he creates something wholly unexpected.

 

 

A research psychiatrist is on the verge of publishing a strange and beautiful new book, a collection of artists' renderings of the hallucinations of the clinically insane. Her book threatens to expose a terrible truth, and this truth will not set her free.

 

 

A mysterious infestation, intensely personal and deadly, is decimating communities across the nation. All that stands in its path is a ruthless government agency which may prove to be more lethal than the otherworldly parasites it aims to destroy.

 

 

The son is rising…

 

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Need to get caught up?

 

Get started with The Hanover Block for only 99¢!

 

The Hanover Block 

 

And continue with Brides of Hanover Block for just $2.99!

 

Brides of Hanover Block

My Top 12 Reads of the Past 12 Months

#12. Let the Old Dreams Die, by John Ajvide Lindqvist



#11. Vita Nostra, by Marina Dyachenko & Sergey Dyachenko



#10. Terror Mannequin, by Douglas Hackle



#9. Stirring the Sheets, by Chad Lutzke



#8. Black Heart Boys' Choir, by Curtis M. Lawson



#7. Invisible Monsters, by Chuck Palahniuk



#6. The Room, by Jonas Karlsson



#5. Wise Blood, by Flannery O'Connor



#4. Black Gum, by J. David Osborne



#3. American Psycho, by Bret Easton Ellis



#2. The Sea of Ash, by Scott Thomas



#1. Uzumaki, by Junji Ito

Mr. Edward Lorn continues his Gregor Xane week over at his YouTube channel.

 

The giveaway clues...

 

In yesterday's video, he gives the first clue, the title for the 3rd book in the series, and in today's video, he gives the second clue, the title for the 4th book in the series.

 

In order to win the giveaway (signed paperback copies of THE HANOVER BLOCK & BRIDES OF HANOVER BLOCK), you have to be the first to post a comment on tomorrow's video with the titles for books 3 & 4.

Mr. Edward Lorn is sharing his thoughts on THE HANOVER BLOCK and BRIDES OF HANOVER BLOCK on his YouTube channel this week. He'll also be hosting a giveaway where viewers have a chance to win a signed paperback copy of both books.

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Order the Kindle edition of both The Hanover Block (now only 99¢!) and Brides of Hanover Block

Order the paperback edition of Brides of Hanover Block from:

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New Release! BRIDES OF HANOVER BLOCK

Today is the official release day for the sequel to The Hanover Block. You can now order Brides of Hanover Block in Kindle and paperback editions.

Order the Kindle edition of Brides of Hanover Block

Order the Kindle edition of both The Hanover Block (now only 99¢!) and Brides of Hanover Block

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Description:

In The Hanover Block, you witnessed men doing nasty things on their lawns, the perverse pleasures they enjoy alone in their backyard sheds, workshops, and garages.

But what of the women, the wives, the church lady down the block, the home care nurses, the widows and daughters and sisters and mothers?

Women are doing strange things behind closed doors.

Why are their curtains drawn? Why are their basements off-limits? What dark secrets are they trading at prayer circles on Sunday nights?

And now shadowy government agents in dark suits are rapidly closing in, asking these same questions.

The brides are coming…

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My Top 10 Reads of the Past 12 Months

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

The paperback edition of THE HANOVER BLOCK is now only $5.99!

The paperback edition of The Hanover Block is now only $5.99 (was $6.99).

Grab a copy now!

 

Doorbells at Dusk: Only $1.99 (for a limited time: 10/16/18)

"A delightfully rich collection, suffused with horror of many flavors and degrees. . ."
-- The Haunted Reading Room
 
"Doorbells at Dusk dims the glow of other Halloween horror anthologies. . .one of the best books of 2018. . ."
-- Haunted by Deadlines
 
"Doorbells at Dusk is a welcome addition to the pantheon of Halloween horrors. Not that this is much of a shock, mind you. Evans Light knows how to deliver a great Halloween anthology; you don't need to look past any of the three Bad Apples: Slices of Halloween Horror books he co-created to find proof of that, and Doorbells at Dusk serves as further evidence to this claim."
-- Michael Patrick Hicks, author of Broken Shells and Mass Hysteria
  
"Doorbells at Dusk captures the essence of Halloween. It is fun, scary, and will leave a rush that only an overdose of candy corn can match." 
-- Jim Mcleod, Ginger Nuts of Horror
  
"Finding a really good Halloween anthology is like getting the full-size candy bar. Doorbells at Dusk is definitely the full-size treat."
-- Frank Michaels Errington's Horrible Book Reviews
 
"If you're looking for a great anthology to fill out your Halloween reading this year, make it Doorbells at Dusk."
-- Char's Horror Corner
  
"A great seasonal collection that you'll want to re-read in the years to come. Highly recommended!"
-- Horror After Dark
 

"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

 

Grab DOORBELLS AT DUSK for only $1.99 (for a limited time:10/16)!

 

 

New Release: DOORBELLS AT DUSK

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

Short Story Month Draws to a Close: Free Short Fiction

 

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.

 

Short Story Month is Almost Over: FREE Shorts!

Short Story Month is drawing to a close, and I'm bidding it a fond farewell by offering up for free two shorts: "Tipping" and "Mr. Tucker & Me."



May is Short Story Month!

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

FREE Audio Book: I Will Tell You About Knoist

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.