17 Aug
2013

Free horror Kindle books for 17 Aug 13

For the Sake of Revenge

by DL Atha

How far was Tamara willing to go for the sake of revenge? And who would pay the price? She didn’t know as she tipped the bottle of vampire blood up to her lips but she was about to find out.

Stepping off the ferry in Sitka, Alaska was bittersweet for Tamara Semenov. A decade earlier she had abandoned her mother and high school sweetheart, Peter, to marry a man she hardly knew only to find herself in an abusive relationship. Now ten years later, she had escaped with her life but at what cost. Her mother was dead.

Although the police had ruled her mother’s death an accident, Tamara was convinced her estranged husband was to blame and to make matters worse, she knows she is his next target.

While putting her mother’s affairs in order, Tamara finds the blood of a vampire named Adrik, who as a human was falsely accused of raping a wealthy Russian heiress and excommunicated from the Church. For the sake of revenge, he willing condemned himself to vampirism.

Learning that the blood could tie the living to the undead, Tamara seeks out a connection with the long buried vampire in hopes of striking a deal, his freedom for her revenge. Will he be the edge she needs to out maneuver her estranged husband or will she become entangled in a two century old web of revenge?



Xoe: or Vampires, and Werewolves, and Demons, oh my! (Xoe Meyers Young Adult Fantasy/Horror Series)

by Sara C. Roethle

Alexondra Meyers, known to her friends as Xoe, had a normal life. She liked her normal life, but there’s a new guy in the small town of Shelby, OR, and he is anything but normal. Before Xoe can say, “Werewolf,” her world is turned upside-down. Between a dark secret in Xoe’s past, a best friend who’s been scratched, and not to mention highschool, Xoe has a lot of thinking to do. She has to choose who she can trust, and fast . . . tomorrow’s the full moon.



Wendigo Wars

by Dulcinea Norton-Smith

Following a second Ice Age the ravenous beasts, the wendigo, infested the world. Mathilde Fidell has spent a life fighting the prophecy that she would be the saviour of mankind but with the appearance of the terrifying General Zhu she now faces a war which she can no longer avoid. Mathilde does not believe in prophecies or love but they believe in her and now it is time to choose which to embrace.

Wendigo Wars is the thrilling first book in the Wendigo trilogy. A must for any Game of Thrones fans looking for a new read.



Hawthorne Cottage

by R. L. McCallum

While taking a holiday from the unwholesome atmosphere of Victorian London, Alexander Greystone, a professor of medieval studies and a bachelor who is frequently visited by the dead, finds that the quaint little cottage that he has rented in Hampshire has a very dark secret. Upon his arrival at Hawthorne Cottage, Alexander discovers, after finding a painting in the attic, that the subjects of the painting, the seven Hawthorne sisters, did not immigrate to America as regional rumours had suggested. With the innate ability to see and converse with the dead, and his acute deductive reasoning, Alexander solves the decades old mystery of what became of the Hawthorne sisters and why they were haunting Hawthorne Cottage.



Goddess of the Moon: Mayan World of Vampires

by Glenda Reynolds

What do you get when you have a city full of bloodthirsty vampires, a Mayan warrior princess, a drop dead gorgeous vampire boyfriend, a feisty priest, and a resistance fight group that wants to get it on? You get one good paranormal romance!

Goddess of the Moon: Mayan World of Vampires – the first book in a young adult paranormal romance series Goddess of the Moon. In the Yucatan jungle a new evil lurks in the shadows. The Dark One known as Zafrina deceives the people of Coba into thinking that if they refuse the ritual of human sacrifice, that they will perish by drought and famine. Zafrina and her vampire horde known as the Ancients take over the city of Coba with plans to drain it dry like all the other places around the world that they have inhabited. All this enfolds as Princess Melanna comes of age, falls in love and answers the call to join the resistance to fulfill the prophecy that she would overthrow the vampire reign of Zafrina and her Ancients.

Tez was also a victim of Zafrina. But he now wants to end the one who made him an immortal. He finds himself bound by a promise to become a lifelong protector of Melanna and falls in love with her. Together they face their enemies in a battle for the human race.

While the story is descriptive of the jungles of the Yucatan and its inhabitants, you see the relationships of a young woman who is detached from her family and seeks solace in her surrogate mother, her friends and her vampire boyfriend. It is ultimately about a young woman who overcomes adversity on several levels as we see her transform into the heroine and victor over fantastical odds. The jungle comes alive in this tale of good versus the ultimate evil in a time before the Spanish conquest of the Yucatan.



The Monitor

by Patrick Burdine

John’s wife Liv and his son Phillip were the center of John’s world until a violent car accident shattered his life and left him alone. As John tries to pick up the pieces of his broken life he begins to hear his dead son speaking to him through the now unused baby monitor but as time passes he starts to question whether it is truly his son or something else.

This novella is approximately 16,500 words.



Zombies!

by Lelanthran Krishna Manickum

Zombies are people too â?¦

Meet George. With his neighbours out for his blood, his coworkers after his hide and his ex-wife going in for the kill, George has had a really bad start to his day. It gets worse when the Zombie apocalypse happens, and people whom he has never even met actually do want to find out what his spleen tastes like (chicken, most likely, everything does, eventually, and with enough mayo). Now that everyone he knows has turned into flesh-eating monsters (well â?¦. except for his ex-wife; she was always a tad blood-thirsty anyway), what’s a man to do but grab the first-aid box, the lunchbox and the ammo box and head for the hills.

Zombies were people too â?¦

What kind of Zombie outbreak would take it’s chances in the leafy suburbs of Johannesburg, South Africa, undisputed crime-capital of the world? What kind of Zombie outbreak would happen in Johannesburg, a place where even the pitbulls go around in pairs? A place where you can hide a brainless body for years simply by electing it? What kind of outbreak indeed?
â?¦
This one, that’s what! Zombies have never had it this bad before â?¦ There’s gunfire, explosions, hostage-taking, dismemberment, immolation and disembowelment â?¦ and that’s only the pest control companies fighting the annual rat infestation.

Zombies ate people too â?¦

These Zombies are tough. These Zombies are mean. These Zombies are frighteningly smart too; smart enough to outwit the cops (although, to be fair to the Zombies, even algae sometimes outwitted the boys in blue) and smart enough to hire their own lawyer, who also turned out to be extremely tough herself â?¦ tough, and a little stringy too.

Zombies hate people too â?¦



Summertime Blues

by Phil Jones

It’s the ‘Swinging Sixties’ and 15-year-old Billy’s school holidays improve when he befriends a glamorous young woman. Suzie has a chequered history – mixing with pop stars and enjoying a wild lifestyle. But now her days are spent relaxing in the garden of her cottage until Billy turns up and secrets from her past return to haunt them both.



3 Scary Stories

by Blythe Ayne

Dark tales to pass the long, dark nights….

3 Scary Stories
From: October Rain
As Layton drove, he noted the hills came closer together, grew steeper, then turned into bluffs. In the fields and along the roadside, out-croppings of gray rocks erupted from the ground like herds of a strange, extinct animal. At times the road became embedded among the sheared rocks, rising up on either side of his car, displaying their age in layers of rose and buff and gray. The layered patterns looked like myriad faces, watching him.

At first the thought amused him, but as the sun cast longer shadows, he became uneasy. He hoped anxiously for a town. Finally he passed a small sign that said Pact, Kansas, lay three miles ahead….



Dormant

by Oliver Crook

It was the late summer of 1953, Scotland. The Highlands.

“Nice day for a hike!” she’d said to him.

No. It wasn’t.

He should not have gone. Not today. Just shouldn’t have.

“It’s all my fault” she told them later. Her face desolate, drained of colour. They’d all agreed that she could not have known.

Meanwhile, he was fighting for his survival and sanity deep in the storm, the elements battering him in the darkness. And the darkness was awakening.



The Day the Stranger Came to Town

by Greg Liles

The Day the Stranger Came to Town is a horror-western set in the dusty, west-Texas border town of Limbo. Located on the banks of the Rio Grande River, the area was first an Indian settlement. But when settlers, too weary to continue westward, decided to build their homes there, they took the land by force, killing many of the Indians and chasing away the rest of them.

The Indians buried their dead on the outskirts of Limbo and fled to the mountains where they called together the Comanche nation. Limbo became the site of an historical Comanche massacre (later known as the Great Raid of 1840) that left the town in ashes and all its inhabitants dead.

A Comanche spell, cast upon Limbo, prevented the souls of those who died there to be released into the spirit world and established a boundary to hold them there forever. The citizens of Limbo resurrected. They picked up where they’d left off, unaware how their lives had changed, but after certain suspicious events took place they realized that there were two sides to life – the one they lived in now and the one they all wanted to return to.

The townsfolk believed it was God who brought them back to life and that he would provide a sign that would show them how to return to their former lives. Given a second chance, they vowed against violence and all other sins in hopes they would be forgiven and released from their captivity.

Those who had risen became the regulars and those who wandered into Limbo were called outsiders. Regulars had no trouble spotting outsiders, but they soon found that outsiders could neither see nor hear them so it was impossible to communicate. Not many passed through Limbo, and those who did, didn’t stay long. But those wanderers, who were unfortunate enough to die of dehydration, malnutrition, heat stroke, or gunshot wounds, while inside the city limits, were surprised when they were rewarded with new life.

It didn’t happen often, but whenever it did, the regulars would vote whether to accept the outsider, and allow him to become a regular or banish him from town and send him across the boundary where he would cease to exist completely. In the course of time a few good people had been accepted, but others who had been less desirable, had not.

Josh Duncan’s fate was yet to be determined the day he rode into town, and fell from his horse, dead from extreme dehydration and heat exhaustion. As were the fates of his father and brother, members of the Duncan Gang, who were headed there in order to cross over into Mexico to escape capture, and that of the U.S. Marshal who was right on their tail to avenge the deaths of his wife and daughter.

Josh needed to give his father a message and his father needed refuge from the marshal who wanted to kill him for what he’d done. Coming back to life in Limbo had its complications for Josh, who learned he could not speak nor give messages to the living, and by falling in love with a young local woman whose husband not only had been killed during the same Indian uprising as the rest of the town and resurrected as they had, but had been hung later by the residents for abusive behavior.

The mans age at the time he and Josh met and the time that had passed since the town had hung him, and the fact that no one had any comprehension of time, did not make sense to Josh. He figured out the secrets behind Limbo, how the people could return to life, and convinced the townsfolk that if they listened to him that he could send them back. But his wife-to-be did not want to return, so Josh was at a cross roads.

When the marshal arrived in Limbo and was ambushed by the Duncan Gang, and sent to the afterlife, Josh put together a plan that would work for them all.



Nights of Blood: Drago’s Comedy Horror

by Rudy Namtel

Chasing murderers or other types of bad boys in Vampyre City is a hard job to do. Whether poled, tattered or sucked – Drago Sanghetti is on the spot! – The cop breakes his cases! – Horror? Comedy? Thriller? Everything. – Unbelievable, but the Drago episodes are prime selection for enthusiasts of vampire stories as well as for vampire haters at the same time! Promise! – Come and get the permanent grin in your face! – And if you are thinking of lousy movies, that’s not a bad guess either.

You will love these adventures:
- Blood Is Not Aluminium
- The Bats
- The Blood Brothers
- Bite An Let Bite

Enjoy it – more than only a little BIT!



The promotion

by Simon Beecher

J.J.Morrell has it all. He has worked his way up to second in command of the company he has been employed for over the last thirty years. During those years his hunger for the top position in the company has been his only goal and no one has got in his way. Now it is almost in his grasp or is it ?



End of All Flesh (The Order of Melchizedek)

by Clifton Voshen

Pre-Flood Days when Giants walked the earth, heroes of renown. When the ‘sons of God’ saw that the daughters of men were beautiful. When Alien invaders from another realm sought access to mankind to rape, kill, and destroy.
Was there redemption for Adam and Eve who had allowed the pillaging to occur? Could this savagery and lawlessness be stopped? By whom?
With Enoch functioning as the point of the spear on a spiritual level, Onça, the giant killer began to wreak havoc on the physical level.
Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear, when…..



Zombie T.O.D. Jenny In The Cupboard

by Scott Creasey

Will you fight or Will you fall?

School should be safe, a place of learning,
with teachers monitoring your progress,
and a schedule to guide your every move.
But not today.
Today no one is safe.
Run and hide, it’s time for the final lesson.

Like it or not, the Apocalypse is here!

This is a short story from the world of Zombie T.O.D.



Jonah The Seer (The Seer Series)

by Howard Littleson

Jonah The Seer http:www.amazon.com/dp/B00DC4XW88
By: Howard Littleson

“The story of Jonah The Seer will grip you, put you on the edge of your seat, make you hold your breath, pull at your heartstrings, and remember what it was like to come of age. After reading this story you will be naturally drawn into the decade’s long debate on whether the bizarre details of Jonah’s remarkable life are proof of an unexplainable supernatural gift or the impossible claims from a fractured mind plagued by lunacy driven visions. You will have to decide for yourself.” ereaderdailyextra.com

In 1936 Jonah Cook was twelve years old. He lived in a tiny rural Michigan town gripped, as all towns were, by the economic ravages of the Great Depression. He was in every way a typical boy, or at least he thought he was, until the day of his Uncle Jasper’s funeral when he discovered he had a bizarre gift. This gift, or curse as some would later come to refer to it, sent Jonah head long into a hair raising supernatural journey that brought him face to face with his greatest fears and released unintentional consequences that forced him to fight for his freedom, to prove that he wasn’t schizophrenic, and to protect the lives of those he loved the most.

In this, the third novel by author Howard Littleson, the richly textured details of the 1930′s come alive as Littleson takes readers on a riveting journey which starts with a small town graveyard and the secrets buried beneath its granite markers. The journey continues through the stately halls of a well-intentioned asylum of the day where murky diagnoses and crude courses of treatment force Jonah to question everything including his own sanity. Finally, the journey takes the reader back to the tiny town of Davisburg where Jonah struggles to live a normal life, find purpose and meaning for his controversial gift, and put away, once and for all, the demons that haunt him.

One thing is for sure. . . you’ll never enter a graveyard again without thinking of Jonah the Seer!



ERIC’S INTO SNUFF: A Young Adult Bloody Love Story (Tales of Screams and Blood)

by Francis Drank

Marie had moved from town to town with her folks and hadn’t made any lasting connections with anyone until she met Eric online. It was a match made in heaven. They instantly hit it off and were making plans for the future, until something very gruesome happens, get prepared to be shocked!
Warning: This young adult horror story ebook contains very explicit descriptions of blood and gore. Only mature adults who will not be offended by such content should read this story.
Here is a preview:
Marie stood up and took a few steps back so he could see the entire outfit. She kicked up her right leg and laughed, then sat back down at her desk.
“So I take it you like what you see?”
“Oh yes very much so. Look, I don’t think I can wait a week. So I convinced my parents to leave sooner.”
“How soon?”
“Three days!”
“ARE YOU SERIOUS? ERIC THAT IS GREAT! Sorry, I didn’t mean to shout in your ear. My parents are going on weekend vacation so that works out perfectly! Oh Eric I can’t wait to hold you for the very first time!”
“Hey, I thought you said you were home alone.”
“I am, why?”
“Then who in the hell is that? MARIE LOOK BEHIND YOU!!!!”



Trickery of a Corpse

by Kevin Millikin

Do you ever have the feeling that your life is going nowhere? That the dreams you once harbored are far from the truth? Do you hate your job? Do you hate your life? Dayton Greene does. In fact, he lives his life in an unrelenting cycle of self-loathing, pity and distaste. To make matters worse, he earns a living cleaning up after those who realized those very delusions, taking matters into their own hands. From homicide to suicide, heart attacks and hemorrhaging. Dayton, along with his brother and sister-in-law, have seen it all. Soon, Dayton will learn what it means to lose everything, when he comes up against a corpse who has more than one trick up his sleeve…and resting in peace isn’t one of them.

Trickery of a Corpse is approx. 25k words in length.



The Brotherhood

by David B. Riley

Gregory jerked from surprise. “How’d you get in here?”

John held up his hands. “I mean you no harm, Holy Father, but I must speak with you.”

“Tell me brother, what is so urgent that it could not wait for a morning audience?”

The monk smiled. “It is an audience I most wish to avoid.”

In an out of the way winery in central Oregon a small band of monks guard a very dark secret–they’re vampires.



Into Darkness (Madeline)

by Tiffany Swensen

A dark series featuring Madeline, a deeply disturbed and psychotic teen, struggling with the toils of day to day life, made miserable by her peers. When the cold and relentless bullying become too much for Madeline to take, she finds an unexpected friendship in an otherworldly stranger who leads her down a dark and twisted path.



The Goat (Signs and Sacrifices Series)

by Melissa Yost-Haynes

The Goat, Volume 1, Signs and Sacrifices Series (3,686 Words, 31 pages)

Look for these other titles:

WHAT THE HELL Volume 1 The Preacher Man Series
BENEATH THE ROCK Volume 2 The Preacher Man Series
THE WHITE BARN Volume 3 The Preacher Man Series
ELECTRIC CHAIR OR TASER FRIED 2ND EDITION
WE ARE ONLY HUMAN
JEEPERS REAPERS Volume 1 The Reaper Series
THE GOAT Volume 1 Signs and Sacrifices Series
THE WATER Volume 2 Signs and Sacrifices Series
THE FISHES Volume 3 Signs and Sacrifices Series
THE RAM Volume 4 Signs and Sacrifices Series
THE BULL Volume 5 Signs and Sacrifices Series



The Recluse; A Lovecraftian Horror Story

by David Barker

“The Recluse” is a Cthulhu Mythos short story in the tradition of H. P. Lovecraft. My goal in writing it — aside from creating an entertaining work of fiction — was to have a character that is mysteriously isolated from other humans (much like the narrator of Lovecraft’s “The Outsider”) discover in his family background an extraterrestrial horror (such as that revealed in Lovecraft’s “Fungi From Yuggoth”.) In blending themes borrowed from “The Outsider” and “Fungi From Yuggoth”, I hoped to create an original weird tale of generational horror.

Most of my horror stories are Lovecraftian in concept and technique, but are not explicitly Cthulhu Mythos stories. This one is an exception, being an overt Mythos tale.

4,200 words.



Zombie High (Part 1)

by L.J. Harper

Zombie High…

William West has always viewed school as a kind of prison. A place he needed to escape from. And the exclusive Kensington Prep boarding school is no exception. The school is even designed like a prison. A creepy, medieval prison.

But now William and his classmates find themselves smack bang in the middle of the zombie apocalypse. And the school might be their only hope for survival, the only refuge from the living dead.

But then again, it could be a death trap.

Either way school is out forever…

Zombie High is a Post-Apocalyptic Thriller. It is approximately 12,000 words in length and is the first installment in the series. Stay tuned for more…



The Dancer

by Byron Deane

Greg Banning is a psychologist who is called into work on the night of a patient’s death. The patient, Jack Kershaw, dies with a terrible secret buried in his past. Greg discovers that Jack was witness to a sickening arrangement of sexual slavery and murder. The events made Jack catatonic, driving him insane. As a homage to his patient, Greg attempts to put together the pieces of Jack’s life and finds himself caught in the same Hell that Jack knew of so many years ago. Greg ends up at the mercy of a sadist named Sam and Nadine, the captor of the Hell that drove Jack into madness. To understand his patient’s life and death, Greg must survive through the brutality that eventually reaches out to control his own life.



When Darkness Falls (The revenge of Apocalypse)

by Julie Bechtel

The town of New Haven CT is shaken when a Peeping Tom starts peering into the windows of young women late at night. The town is rocked to its very core when young women start turning up dead all over town and they discover that the Peeping Tom might not be human, but that of a creature named Apocalypse who returns from the grave every ten years on the anniversary of his death seeking vengeance on the young woman of the town. Sam Kassel must find a way to put a stop to this before his young daughter becomes the next victim.



Frazzled: a cautionary tale

by Rosemary Cooman

Frazzled is a short, sinister reworking of the Faustus story, approximately 2800 words and written in the second person narrative for all you ladies (sorry guys) who can’t resist buying yet another pair of shoes…

And if you are considering asking your boss for a pay rise to help feed your little shopping addiction, you might want to think again after reading this.



Diabolical Love Triangle

by Brandy de Cusack

Some women will do anything to find the perfect guy. Lydia did, and now her life is hell. In one final act of desperation she turns to Jennifer Heartland, an eminent psychiatrist, for help.

Jennifer has a solution to Lydia’s crazy life, but with an acrimonious divorce to fight and an ex-husband’s reputation to destroy, it’s not in her best financial interests to fix her any time soon.

Will Lydia get her life back and will Jennifer get her own back?

In a city where love and money are the only things that matter, the devil is in the detail …

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A short story by Brandy de Cusack, author of Incurable (‘If Bladerunner were a horror story …’)



Angels Aliens and Monsters: The Oncoming Swarm (Angels, Aliens, and Monsters)

by Angel Collins

For first time in his career, paranormal investigator Xavian Colta has found a real paranormal incident. If he doesn’t uncovers secrets lurking in Biloxi Crossing those same secrets might just get him killed.

Is it aliens, monsters, angels, or a something completely different? The center of this conspiracy leads Xavian and Eddy to supposedly abandoned mine on the edge of town. Sneaking into it, the two men find yet another secret. Something they had never expected.

Something that only makes the secrets of Biloxi Crossing that much harder to understand and that much more dangerous.

Into all of this walks a mysterious redhead with secrets of her own. Who she is may be the biggest secret of all.



Darkness Divine

by Johnny Strange

Welcome to a world not unlike the one you see daily, the one you ignore, the one you dare not face fully for fear of what may be concealed within it. Take a deliciously sensual exploration of the dark, and taste what lingers in those shadows you recoil from. Dare you face the strange? If you can, then step into my world and taste of the strange, fully and unashamedly. Not for the faint of heart, the young, the sensitive or the timid. Read the tale others cannot, or will not tell.



Demon of Guilt

by Rod Fredrickson

A short story about the evolution of a serial killer. 3300 words



The Ghost and the Fire

by AJ Snook

Based on a true story of a corpse in the neighboring apartment. Read more of my stories on my website: ajsnookauthor.blogspot.com. 5500 words.



Hot Dog

by F. D. Sawyer

Milton White has always been a large man. Such things ran in the family. It was in the genes. Milton never had a problem with his weight or his eating. He was happy with his life or he was until his hunger escaped.

It makes him eat things–things no one should ever eat.



The Loneliness Of Jacob Rozinski (A Horror Novella)

by Julian Lorr

For lovers of contemporary horror….

Jacob Rozinski paints portraits of the dead. When a family tragedy drags him back to his native Ireland, he could never have envisaged the darker forces that his own historical conflicts would unleash. As past generations of his family reveal secrets he knew nothing about, he finds himself locked into a battle between the living and the dead – a conflict that threatens to wedge open the gateway between the two forever with devastating consequencesâ?¦.



The Obscurantist

by Steven Roy

The obscurantist is a story about a boy and his dog. Both the boy and the dog have lived most of their lives in a junkyard.
 
But, now with the junkyard about to close and impending homelessness looming, the boy needs money fast.
 
He decides to take the amazing psychic challenge that offers a million dollars to anyone who can prove they have supernatural abilities.
 
What the boy doesn’t know is that the amazing psychic challenge isn’t about finding people with supernatural abilities it’s about destroying them.



The Turning: Book 1 of the Dark Emperor Series

by Richard Mercer

A man tired of being pushed around decides he is done with being stepped on. With information from a monk he heads to the top of a heaving mountain to claim unimaginable power from a frightening creature, little did he know the power would change him into something different. Something evil.

The Turning: Book 1 of the Dark Emperor Series is a short story of approximately 4000 words.



Yellow, round eyes – short story 3 (At the crossroads)

by Andre Gal

“Yellow, round eyes” is the third story in a series At the Crossroads. Events presented here are not necessarily true, but almost possible. Everything depends on the imagination of the reader. Those, who do not believe in anything, will not like this book and it is directed not to them.
But someone who has at least partially awakened imagination, can understand what is going on without asking questions. Such readers I appreciate the most and to them At the Crossroad is dedicated.
Stories will appear every few weeks until the end of the book, at a minimum price allowed by editing house.
I cordially greet all readers.
Author



The Zoey Chronicles: Final Reckoning (Vol. 4)

by Sophia Gray

Volume 4 of The Zoey Chronicles

Zoey Brook is a girl whose world has turned upside down after she discovers a dark secret – she is actually a vampire.

Zoey is intent on killing Isadora, but quickly gets caught up in a conflict that she didn’t anticipate. She is reunited with Ben, but is surprised at how… different he is.

Will this new Ben be able to tempt Zoey away from her beloved Galahad, or will he frighten her and drive her further away with his new powers?

Meanwhile, Ben trusts Johnny completely, but now he learns that Johnny is not entirely who he said he was… was it all worth it? Ben isn’t so sure anymore…and he’ll soon be faced with a life-or-death decision.

Follow all the twists and turns, tragic ends and new beginnings, in the final chapter of Zoey and Ben’s tale.

Find out what happens when a normal girl discovers that she is actually a vampire!

Also available:
The Zoey Chronicles: The Awakening (Vol. 1)
The Zoey Chronicles: Discovery (Vol. 2)
The Zoey Chronicles: Revelations (Vol. 3)



The Accident

by A.E. Hodge

What happens when roadkill wants revenge?

Ivan is a drug runner on his first big run. He thinks his biggest problem is getting the money to his boss in time. But when Ivan hits an animal with his car during a violent storm, he finds himself in a desperate cat-and-mouse game, stalked by the very creature he struck–a creature he learns is more sinister and otherworldly than he could’ve imagined. Just what is this monster, and can Ivan survive its relentless pursuit? Or will this accident mean the end of everything?

8000 words. Ages 13+.



Fey: Four Fantastic Stories

by Jonathan Broughton

Forgotten zombies, a young werewolf, Victorian steampunk and the end of an old lady’s life. Four stories in which extraordinary events occur in everyday settings. Mystery, fear, cunning and dark humour each reveal a different surprise.



Intents & Purposes

by Simon Temprell

When Robert Clegg is killed in a car accident his reclusive cousin, Tallulah, is commandeered to help sort through his belongings. Robert’s life is shrouded with mystery and from the moment Tallulah steps over the threshold of his dilapidated old house she senses that there was more to her cousin than met the eye.Meanwhile Veronica Rustin is a woman on the run from a destructive marriage. She has travelled over six thousand miles to escape the crime she has committed. And now she has arrived in Castleton to seek refuge in a small rental cottage on the outskirts of the village. But her plans are disrupted when she discovers that her husband is much more cunning and malicious than she ever imagined.With a wry turn-of-phrase Simon Temprell turns his satirical eye to rural life where folklore, superstition and mystery abound.



Spook 50

by David Joseph

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Air Force author David Joseph invites you into the world of ‘Spook 50,’ tail number 58-0050, a haunted Air Force KC-135. An aircraft so evil no crew members want to fly on it, and no crew chiefs want to work on it. The stories surrounding this aircraft are legend–the problem is they’re all true.

SPOOK 50 IS OUT TO GET BOOM OPERATOR BILL FOX.

Welcome to the Niagara Falls Airshow and the debut of the Air Force Thundereagles. There is only one KC-135 to fly in the airshow–Spook 50. But Boom Operator Bill Fox is set to retire from the Air Force and will watch the airshow from the hood of his red ’68′ Mustang

David Joseph is the author of “C-5 On The Ice,” “The Bully,” and other Kindle Singles. Spook 50 is introduced in “Robins in Alaska” by boom operators telling flying stories over a few beers.



Twist and Scream – Volume 4 (Horror Short Stories)

by Jayne Bartholomew

Eight more short stories with a twist…

Itch
Sweet Child of Mine
Email Monitor
A Time to Breathe
A Point of View
Mirror, Mirror
Tin Man
One of the Family

If you enjoy this then the Twist and Scream omnibus edition contains all 32 short stories from volumes 1 to 4 and is available on Amazon.



The Twisted World Verse One: The Dusk Harbinger

by Oliver Campbell

Kurt Kathan, the accidental king of Gwenaelle. A man who has everything that any adventurer could dream of having, and unsure of what to do with it.

Sadah Loc, the woman from the land draped in near perpetual darkness. A beautiful songstress who can no longer sing.

Piotr Carlyle, a rather unremarkable boy with a remarkable ability to change the world. Yet he has no desire to do so.

Strange phenomena known as Twists litter the world of Su Nobieta, taking common place things and morphing them into seemingly impossible realities. Through chance, young Piotr is bestowed the power to undo the horrors that these Twists have wrought.

This is the journey of these three fated individuals, each deeply scarred by a harsh world. They will uncover the secrets of the Twists, the nature of the Gods of creation, and most importantly, discover themselves.



Wolfman Jack

by Jacqueline Wulf

A young werewolf enters the human world on a quest to find his true love. Even a lone wolf deserves love, doesn’t he? Jack is determined to find his perfect mate, whatever the cost.



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