New free Horror Kindle books for 2018-04-22:

Charlie Kwok and The Family Jewels
by Jonathan Lambert
$0.00, 50 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #31 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Short Stories
Charlie Kwok and The Family Jewels is a two part story, approximately 14,500 words. The first story begins at the funeral for Grace, who was killed by her husband Peter. He is haunted by Grace, the unwitting recipient of the stolen goods. Peter must come to terms with his actions, as well as his lifelong obsession as a jewel thief. Their son, Rod, uses the opportunity of his mother death to press his father to give up the house he lives in for a senior living community. Their neighbor Charlie Kwok, a former karate teacher, may have just the solution Peter needs to deal with his problems. The second story takes place years earlier, when a much younger Rod is being bullied by boys at school. He strikes a deal with Charlie Kwok for karate lessons. What Charlie teaches him is just what he needs to solve his problems, but it may be more than Rod bargained for.

Cradle to Grave (The House of Jack the Ripper Book 3)
by Amy Cross
$0.00, 202 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #6 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > British
“We still don't know who he is. Sometimes he seems to be a madman, other times he seems calm and clinical. It's almost as if he's two different men at once.”

Desperately in need of help, Maddie travels to Stratford so she can start hunting for her only friend. When she arrives, however, she discovers that the city's obsession with Jack the Ripper is getting worse. Soon marauding gangs are roaming the streets, and Maddie finds that her infected wound is causing a series of startling hallucinations. Finally she realizes that there's only one place where she can be safe.

Meanwhile, in 1888 Doctor Charles Grazier struggles to revive his dead wife. As he takes more and more body parts from women and transplants them into Catherine, he realizes that he's in a race against time.

Cradle to Grave is the third book in a new horror series, titled The House of Jack the Ripper. This book ends on a cliffhanger, and the story continues in the next book in the series.

The Chronicles of Kerrigan Prequel Series Books #1-3: Paranormal Fantasy Romance
by W.J. May, Book Cover by Design
$0.00, 488 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #24 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Coming of Age
A Boxset collection of the first 3 books in the Chronicles of Kerrigan Prequel Series!

>Christmas Before the Magic - Book #1>

Learn how it all began … before the magic of tatùs.

When Argyle invites his best friend, Simon Kerrigan, home for the Christmas holidays, he wants to save Simon from staying at Guilder Boarding School on his own.

Simon comes along and doesn’t expect to find much more excitement in the tiny Scottish town where Argyle’s family lives. Until he meets Beth, Argyle’s older sister. She’s beautiful, brash and clearly interested in him. When her father warns him to stay away from her, Simon tries, but sometimes destiny has a hope of it’s own.

Question the Darkness – Book #2

Learn how it all began … before Rae Kerrigan.

The sins of the father are the sins of the son.
What did Rae’s father do that put fear in people’s eyes at the name Kerrigan?

Simon Kerrigan is a bright kid. He likes to ask questions and push adults in their way of thinking. He’s falling for a girl he’s been warned to stay away from. Tempted by forbidden love, he also must face the biggest challenge of his life: receive a tattoo on his sixteenth birthday.

This ink is going to give him a supernatural ability unlike anyone before him. When secrets of the past begin to reveal themselves, he questions everything he’s ever known.

Pressure from Guilder Boarding School and the Privy Council only confuse Simon more as he struggles to find himself.

How hard will he have to shake the family tree to find the truth about the past?

The Chronicles of Kerrigan Prequel is the beginning of the story before Rae Kerrigan. Christmas Before the Magic is just the beginning (but not the end...)

Into the Darkness – Book #3

What did Rae’s father do that put fear in people’s eyes at the name Kerrigan?

After a mysterious attempt is made on his life, Simon Kerrigan has more questions than ever, and this time, he's not the only one. The beginnings of a secret society are formed at Guilder. A society of other like-minded students all unsatisfied with the status quo. All searching for the truth.

But things aren't always as they seem.
When Simon gets an unexpected visitor, his entire world is turned upside-down. Suddenly, the rules that were made to keep him safe, are the only things standing in his way.

Who can he trust? Can he learn to master his tatù? Most importantly, can he do it in time to protect those things that are most precious to him?

Prequel Series:
Christmas Before the Magic
Question the Darkness
Into the Darkness
Fight the Darkness
Alone in the Darkness
Lost in Darkness

The Chronicles of Kerrigan Series
Rae of Hope
Dark Nebula
House of Cards
Royal Tea
Under Fire
End in Sight
Hidden Darkness
Twisted Together
Mark of Fate
Strength & Power
Last One Standing
Rae of Light

The Chronicles of Kerrigan Sequel
A Matter of Time
Time Piece
Second Chance
Glitch in Time
Our Time
Precious Time

The Chronicles of Kerrigan: Gabriel
Living in the Past
Present for Today
Staring at the Future

The Ostermann House
by J. R. Klein
$0.00, 381 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #6 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Ghosts

Does a house have a soul? The old Ostermann farmhouse does – a very dark and very sinister soul. Little do the Feltons realize this when they buy the house in rural Krivac, Texas.

Caught in torrent of mind-altering energies, misinformation and dire warnings, and military intelligence investigations, it is time for the Feltons get out. Frantically attempting to leave, they are blocked by forces that have a devastating message for all of humanity.

The Queen's Curse (A Novel of Epic Spiritual Fantasy Adventure and Lesbian Romance Book 1)
by Natasja Hellenthal
$0.00, 481 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (95 reviews), #3 in > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Romance > Lesbian Romance
When Commander Tirsa Lathabris finds out about her younger brother's death sentence she is determined to face the mysterious Queen Artride who is as much feared for her immoral actions as she is admired for her beauty.
But Tirsa's attack has an unexpected outcome. Instead of being imprisoned she is chosen to be Artride's only bodyguard on a perilous mission.
Their country and its law-system, she soon learns, is cursed.

However, there might be one person powerful enough to be able to lift the terrible curse, but this sorceress is said to live somewhere deep within Dochas; the strange uncharted Magical Land from where no one returns . . .
The two women set out on their quest and are soon drawn to each other, but can their love ever be?
Will they find this sorceress, and if so will she actually be willing to help them? For what price? And will they be back in time to save Tirsa's brother?

Enter the world that is 'The Queen's Curse' and cling to Artride and Tirsa to experience a mind-blowing, heart gripping, psychological fantasy adventure where nothing is certain.

"This story is filled with relatable, realistic characters with flaws that bring them to life on the page. All the characters had their pitfalls as well as redeeming qualities. I found myself so lost in the story, that the words became invisible on the page."
- Bestselling Paranormal Author Lilian Roberts

"A well-constructed sword-and-sorcery novel. It's a worthy read for mature audiences, and fantasy buffs will find this book an enjoyable addition to their collection."
- Bestselling Author John Dizon

"It's vibrant with wonder, has excellent fast paced dialog and strong female roles. Over all this is a fantastic first novel."
- Jennifer V. Clancy, Author

"Hellenthal has mastered the epic and her characters grow as the story unfolds with rare humanity. For a first book, the author succeeds exceptionally well in setting a serious tone with epic scope. Her fantastical elements and her characters romp around in their internally consistent other world on a magical quest that intrigues and inspires while laying bare the depths of her characters' emotions."
- Michael James Gallagher, Author

"A lyrical captivating fantasy with some beautiful imagery."
- Rob Ross, Author of Juggler's Blade

"This is not your average Damsel in distress and Knight in shining Armour, not by a long shot! I was pleasantly surprised with how well Ms Hellenthal wove a very well written tale full of danger, suspense, mystery, intrigue and eventually romance and joy. It was breathtaking and brilliant. The characters are so good I actually worried for them, fidgeting as I rode the twists and turns." - Ameliah Faith

"This story is captivating, well written, and the author has put a lot of thought into her characters that of depth, emotions, strength, and vulnerabilities." - Angela Crandall

"This book is a very original lesbian fantasy read." - Katrina

The Lion's Den
by Perrin Briar
$0.00, 60 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #9 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Horror
Robert McDowell has fallen in love. It was love at first sight. He buys her dinner, enjoys stimulating conversation, and goes to bed dreaming about seeing her again soon.

But there’s more to his date than meets the eye.

The Invitation: The Demon's Gift
by Lizzie Vega
$0.00, 205 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #37 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
Desire, angry promises, then a threat of death.
As children, Claire and her friends would visit the quarry. Like a wishing well, the deep quarry pond accepted their wishes without judgement. As they grew older, the wishes changed.
The pressures and temptations of life began to fester and the darkness grew. The balance of good and evil tipped against them.

One night, the pit threw something back.

Can Claire push through her fear and make a stand?
Is her new mentor, James, a beautiful gift or a malevolent curse?
Can Claire harness her power to rebalance the scales and save them all?

Contains Adult Content...

★★★★★ by Laurie I love reading paranormal of any kind and this did not make me change my mind. This book followed Claire's story as she tried to discover just how brave and important she was to those around her. One night with a group of friends changes her life in more ways than she is prepared for. Claire and the reader are taken on a ride of nonstop surprise and mystery. Thank you for letting me read this book and write a honest and unbiased review.

★★★★ by mom2three Dark, edgy, suspenseful, gripping, and amazing are the words that I would use to describe this book. It is wonderfully written and easy to slip into the flow of the story. I was pleasantly surprised by the number of times I was surprised by something that happened. Those surprises kept me glued to the pages and on the edge of my seat.

★★★★★ by Karen S This is an excellent paranormal read. The author's writing style is easy to read and flows. The storyline has a good plot, is dark, edgy, and suspenseful. The characters are well developed. This was my first read by Lizzie Vega and I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked her style.

Land of Fright - Collection III: Ten Short Horror Stories (Land of Fright Collections Book 3)
by Jack O'Donnell
$0.00, 270 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #2 in > Literature & Fiction > Anthologies & Literature Collections > Horror
This is the third collection in the Land of Fright™ series of short horror stories. The Land of Fright™ series is intended for mature audiences.

Land of Fright™ Collection III includes these ten horror stories:

#21 - The Prospector: In the 1800’s, a lonely prospector finds the body parts of a woman as he pans for gold in the wilds of California.

#22 - The Boy In The Yearbook: Two middle-aged women are tormented by a mysterious photograph in their high school yearbook.

#23 - Shot Glass: A man discovers the shot glasses in his great-grandfather’s collection can do much more than just hold a mouthful of liquor.

#24 - The Champion: An actor in a medieval renaissance re-enactment show becomes the unbeatable champion he has longed to be.

#25 - Hitler's Graveyard: American soldiers in WWII uncover a nefarious Nazi plan to resurrect their dead heroes so they can rejoin the war.

#26 - Out of Ink: Colonists on a remote planet resort to desperate measures to ward off an attack from wild alien animals.

#27 - Dung Beetles: Mutant dung beetles attack a family on a remote Pennsylvania highway. Yes, it’s as disgusting as it sounds.

#28 - The Tinies: A beleaguered office worker encounters a strange alien armada in the sub-basement of his office building.

#29 - Hammer of Charon: In ancient Rome, it is the duty of a special man to make sure gravely wounded gladiators are given a quick death after a gladiator fight. He serves his position quietly with honor. Until they try to take his hammer away from him…

#30 - Pharaoh's Cat: In ancient Egypt, the pharaoh is dying. His trusted advisors want his favorite cat to be buried with him. The cat has other plans…

Step Into Fear!

Look for Land of Fright - Collection I, Land of Fright - Collection II, Land of Fright - Collection IV, Land of Fright - Collection V, Land of Fright - Mega Collection 1, and Land of Fright - Mega Collection 2. These other collections also contain numerous Land of Fright™ stories gathered together in convenient volumes. The regular Collections contain 10 stories each, and the Mega Collections contain 25 stories each.

More About Land of Fright™

The Land of Fright™ is a world of spine-tingling short stories filled with the strange, the eerie, and the weird. Some of the story realms you visit will intrigue you. Some of them may unsettle you. Some of them may even titillate and amuse you. Many of them will give you chills along your journey. And we hope all of them raise the hairs on the back of your neck and scare the beejezuz out of you.

The Land of Fright™ encompasses the vast expanse of time and space. You will visit the world of the Past in Ancient Rome, Medieval England, the old West, World War II, and others yet to be explored. You will find many tales that exist right here in the Present, tales filled with modern lives that have taken a turn down a darker path. You will travel into the Future to tour strange new worlds and interact with alien societies, or to just take a peek at what tomorrow may bring. And there are many, many new uncharted realms yet to be mapped, so keep checking back for new discoveries.

Colony of the Undead (Teddi McCoy Thriller Book 6)
by David Brookover
$0.00, 371 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #699 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
The 6th bloodcurdling Teddi McCoy thriller . . .

A billion-year-old species roams the underbelly of civilization. Occupying an underground world among the living dead. Inadvertent human intrusions into their habitats throughout history roused their Zombie guardians . . . and resulted in gruesome deaths.
What begins as a routine kidnapping in Florida and a wholesale slaughter at a Minnesota government research facility gradually merges into a single FBI case. In both instances, people are mutilated, but who’s responsible? The talented FBI supernatural detectives, Teddi McCoy and Jackson LaFevre, flex their investigative strengths and prowl the zombie netherworld to discover the chilling answer.
Embroiled in a bloody clash with the murderous species, their formidable pagan god, and the undead, the duo must also battle terrifying Everglades swamp creatures—every bit as ancient and savage as the zombie race. Teddi and “Swamp Jack” desperately search for a way to defeat their macabre enemies. With death lurking around every corner, they hesitantly accept a ghost witch’s spiritual assistance. Can this ethereal sorceress be trusted? Only time will tell.

Witch Kabob
by Jonathan Lambert
$0.00, 24 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #7 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Comedy
Once upon a time, there were three sisters who were witches. They lived in a normal neighborhood, creating foul smelling potions in the backyard while they ate kabobs. All the neighbors were afraid to say anything, because they were so weird. Until Bahama, a local crime lord, moved in next door. He observed the sisters from his window, and smelled the stink they were brewing, on his very first night. He found them totally unacceptable as neighbors. Bahama was used to solving problems, and now there was a new one to solve. (this is a short story, approximately 5000 words).

Soul Mates: Higher learning through Cannibalism
by Dane Hatchell
$0.00, 41 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #3 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Comedy
A janitor living in New Orleans unintentionally kills an assailant and is in fear of going to jail. As he contemplates various ways of disposing the corpse, a suppressed curiosity emerges. After digesting the incriminating evidence, he finds himself sharing proclivities of the departed soul. His love for human flesh grows.He soon learns how to channel newly gained talents to manipulate others.

Souls Mates is a humorous horror novelette 8500 words in length teetering near the edge of 'good taste.'

Dante's Town of Terror (The Infinity Killer Trilogy Book 1)
by Patrick Delaney
$0.00, 414 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #4 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
Gold Medal Winner of the 2018 Independent Publisher Book Awards for Horror

Author Patrick Delaney has crafted a mysterious and frightening thriller inspired by a multitude of horror tales, from Stephen King's THE MIST to Richard Matheson's I AM LEGEND. Don't miss the bleak beginning of a dark new universe in his debut novel, DANTE'S TOWN OF TERROR. 


Bill, Brian, and Cathy had the perfect camping trip planned. It was supposed to be a weekend filled with good friends and healing. But when an unexpected collision with fate leaves them stranded deep in the wilderness, they find a deserted town not listed on any map.

Somewhere time doesn't exist and nothing seems quite right. Somewhere no one ever leaves and insidious things wait in the dark. When they meet a desperate man searching for his lost love and a suspiciously prepared stranger they are forced to work together to find an escape. A vacation soon becomes a fight for survival when a mysterious figure from Bill's past returns and the true nature of the town is revealed.


by Tanya R. Taylor
$0.00, 227 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #2 in > Religion & Spirituality > Occult > Ghosts & Haunted Houses
"A riveting read for anyone regardless of your religious affiliation or non-affiliation."

"Best book ever!"

"This book will cause you to reflect on one's own life and how demonic forces can sometimes be so powerful that it is hard for one to overcome. It makes one also realize that emotional pain and hurt inflicted by someone else can last a lifetime."

Psychic vs Prophet. Get ready for a showdown unlike anything you've ever seen!!

A RIVETING, LIFE-IMPACTING THRILLER! Multiple times #1 International best-seller.

Evil lurks in the most unlikely places.


The town of Bringham--once a peaceful, God-fearing community, suddenly finds itself in a major crisis.

Strange things are happening which defy logic even in the slightest sense of the word. Yet, one resident has seen the devastation before-hand and knows that if something isn't done quickly to eradicate the evil that is upon them, the town they know and love will be a distant, tragic memory.

What no one can possibly fathom is that the seemingly pious and good-natured may be the reason the darkness has found its way to Bringham in the first place.

As you pay close attention to this story, each episode will bring you closer and closer to the truth.

Strange Things are Happening...

  • A Prophet
  • A Psychic
  • The Supernatural
  • ˃˃˃ Something horrible has landed amidst the once tight-knit community.

    Will Marie Adams become a victim herself? Has she slipped too deeply into the bowels of darkness?

    You never know what you might be getting into by joining that new church!

    Discover what has been uncovered in the town of Bringham.

    If you enjoy books by Frank Peretti or Stephen King, you're going to love INFESTATION: A Small Town Nightmare.

    "Nightmares anyone? ... If you like Stephen King, you will love this book." Goodreads reviewer

Frederick's Inn
by Ellie Emerson
$0.00, 161 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #16 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
Gabby leads a quiet existence, always on the outside since she lost her mother as a child. With no real family, and little understanding of what happened all those years ago she unknowingly shut herself off from the world, but all that is about to change when she accepts a unique posting from the temporary agency she works for. Frederick’s Inn is full of supernatural charm, and odd characters that just may bring some life, love, and chaos to Gabby’s sleepy little world.

Gulf Coast Paranormal Volume 2
by M.L. Bullock
$0.00, 420 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #65 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
Afraid of things that go bump in the night? The Gulf Coast Paranormal team isn't! As paranormal investigators, it's their job to explore the most haunted places along the Gulf Coast. Follow the continued adventures of Cassidy Wright, a ghost hunter with a special gift, and Midas Demopolis, the handsome and mysterious founder of GCP.

Gulf Coast Paranormal Volume Two includes The Legend of the Ghost Queen, A Haunting at Dixie House and The Ghost Lights of Forrest Field.

To Keep a Secret: a novelette
by M. M. Wedin
$0.00, 43 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #74 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Horror
A well needed week away from the mainland sounded like a great idea. But this innocent trip to a private island won't end as well as it began. Tracy finds herself in a situation she could never have imagined as she gets to know the secrets of her love - Ryan Bailey.

The question is: when love turns to fear, how will you survive?

What Readers Say About To Keep a Secret:

"Buckle your seatbelts, this thriller was a page turner that I couldn't put down. The characters and pacing of this story were great! Kept me on the edge of my seat. This author knows how to deliver suspense. You won't see the ending coming. Cover art is amazing. Will definitely be reading more by this author." - a Goodreads review

"The only problem I had with this book is that it just isn't long enough!
A very gripping story that leaves you wanting more!!! 
Can't wait to read more from M.M. Wedin!" - a Goodreads review

The Chair
by Dean Clayton Edwards
$0.00, 115 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #78 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Psychological
A psychological, dark fiction novella on the borderlands of horror and magic realism, inspired by a true story. After a bloody car crash, self-involved Alan is struggling with survivor guilt and a dishabilitating phobia about chairs. When his girlfriend recommends facing his fears head on, he does so, and they look back.

Paint Me a Picture of Poison
by Matthew E Nordin
$0.00, 18 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #102 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Henry's endeavors to collect exotic artwork seemed all but lost to his aging memory. His life and the fate of his art collection take a dramatic turn when the eccentric artist Paulo arrives with a portrait painted with a deadly toxin. On the eve of the exhibit's grand debut, Henry is attacked and the painting is stolen. Although an increasing occurrence of his collection, the venomous portrait vexes his curiosity. Due to Paulo's incoherent behavior and the local police's lack of empathy, Henry finds himself solving the mystery of the stolen paintings alone.

Yet he discovers something unearthly while he investigates further into the enigma of Paulo's painting. The poison is not what it seems. Will this art lover remain safe on the other side of the velvet ropes, or is his wildest adventure about to begin? Find out in this story you will find difficult putting down. If a picture is worth a thousand words then there are a thousand reasons to discover the truth.

An award-winning short story that will bring you to the vapors of death. In less than 5,000 words, you will discover why this won the Adult Professional Short Story Contest at Constellation 2017.

A Grotesque Murder (A Brimstone Witch Mystery Book 11)
by April Fernsby
$0.00, 164 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #2 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
“He wasn’t a gargoyle. He was a grotesque. There’s a difference.”

Cassia and Stanley are confronted with the suspicious death of a grotesque. He was pushed from a roof in the magical town of Brimstone — according to the gargoyle who found him. The same gargoyle has a deep dislike for grotesques and instantly becomes a suspect for the investigating duo.

Cassia looks to the residents of Brimstone for help with the investigation, but to her dismay, she discovers they’ve been transfixed by the intoxicating tales from a storyteller called Quinn Ocean. Quinn captivates his audience to the extent they are unaware of the outside world. Stanley immediately distrusts him.

As their investigation continues, it becomes clear to Cassia and Stanley the murder of the grotesque is linked to the arrival of the storyteller. But how can they prove that when the Brimstone residents are in awe of him? Even when they have evidence, will anyone believe them? They have no option but to look for help elsewhere.

An exciting mystery with many twists and turns.

The Spider
by Amy Cross
$0.00, 200 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #4 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Short Stories
Two years after the death of his wife, Edward Moss moves back to their remote rural cottage. An old man now, Edward simply wants to spend his final years surrounded by his beloved books. He wants no company and no visits. He wants to be left alone.

But there's something else in the cottage with Edward. On his first night, he spots a spider crawling across the wall. He immediately kills the creature and gets back to his books. Then, a few hours later, he sees another spider. Or has the first spider come back to haunt him?

The Spider is a story about a man who slowly loses his mind over the course of a single night. When darkness falls, Edward Moss is a proud, determined man with no doubts and no fears. By the time the suns comes up the following morning, everything Edward thought he knew about the world has been thrown into doubt. And all because of a spider he crushed against the wall. But how far will this particular spider go, in order to exact its terrible revenge?

by Charlie Purple
$0.00, 365 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #148 in > Literature & Fiction > Humor & Satire > General Humor
Shakespeare once wrote that ‘all the world’s a stage’, but if it included active volcanoes then boy, was he dumb. The inhabitants of our present day Earth are blissfully tolerant of other people’s religions, inequalities, sexisms, racisms, sizes; even active volcanoes. We are indubitably-super-duper- to one another and live in a blissful haze, thank god. Alternative universes however are devoid of such loveliness and are brimming with isms - shocking I grant you. There are just too few politically correct people and no telling what’s going to happen next; the odd swear word here, the occasional wolf whistle there... it’s mad I tell you!
Well, over there became over here for inventors of an alternative universe crossing machine. They wanted to make a live movie, saving money on film production by incorporating backdrops and characters from alternative worlds with calamitous results. They based their storyline upon seven heroes battling to save a princess from a nasty witch (the witch is real and unaware of her starring role).
The actors in this movie have serious issues of their own. If their combined intelligence were to equate to the brightness of a lightbulb in a dark room, you wouldn’t see the bulb unless you were viewing it through the Hubble telescope (the right way around and in the same room of course, any other way would be plain daft).
So why is this book called Basaclanca I hear you ask? That would be telling now wouldn’t it? Don’t read this if you have ever been offended. ‘Oh taste and see’ is my mantra, to quote someone much cleverer than I; and ‘if your eye doth offend ye, spit it out’, to quote someone less so from our story.
This book is full of contradictions, clichés and random humour. It contains artificial intelligence technology too for your enjoyment. It will nudge you politely whenever you miss superior humour, ans zap you with approximately 40000 volts if you do not laugh at all (untried on humans as yet but for a fully grown white Rhino it’s 38904 volts*). We can still use the word rectum can’t we? I do hope so. If that isn’t proof of artificial intelligence then I don’t know what is.
Basaclanca, where the expression ‘political correctness’ hasn’t squirted out of anybody yet – but they are trying.
*N.A.S.A. confirmed, probably.

The Cimmerians
by Theresa Jacobs, Mar Garcia-Amorena
$0.00, 150 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #40 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
When Emersyn fled the big city for a quieter life in the Midwest, she left all her troubles behind – or so she thought. She quickly discovers her quaint new home has a past of its own. Ten years prior a young woman killed herself inside the front door. Since that fateful day, the locals avoided the house. Not one to believe in the supernatural, Emersyn, along with a new friend, take it upon themselves to conduct a seance for answers.
They get much more than they bargained for when they awaken an ancient evil. The same evil that haunted the past resident.
Now they must scramble with little time to stop it. When Emersyn's past comes back to haunt her, and innocent people get hurt, she has nowhere to turn. Until a police officer inserts himself into her life, together they will do what they can to put an end to the deadly shadows forever.
Can evil this powerful ever truly die?

The Hauntings of Gingerbread Hill: Book 1: Little Town on Haunted Ground
by Jillian LaMont
$0.00, 157 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #72 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
When Corinne Vickroy's boyfriend breaks up with her, she moves from Los Angeles to the tiny town of Gingerbread Hill, Oregon. The town is full of bizarre and spooky characters preparing for the annual Gingerbread Fest, but that's the least of Corinne's worries. When she starts seeing ghosts, she thinks things couldn't possibly get any stranger. But then she makes a deal with a ghost, and she's off on an adventure into a world she previously knew nothing about. She's lucky to have a handsome ghost-hunter helping her out, and another mysterious stranger vying for her time.

ITCH: A Collection of Short Stories
by A. A. Medina
$0.00, 88 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #62 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Short Stories

EVERY NIGHT: A visitor arrives at midnight to comfort a lonely soul.

TRADITIONS: A husband provides his bitter wife with the perfect holiday.

MATCHBOOK: A book of matches sheds light on a man, his best friend, and his lover.

BLUEBERRY PANCAKES: A woman dreads a ceremonial meal with her husband.

THE NEGLECTFUL ARMS OF MORPHEUS: Sleep doesn’t come easy with thoughts of death and heartbreak.

THE TOPTHETH PEDIGREE: A pregnant woman feels trapped in an ideal relationship.

Including a teaser chapter from the novella SIPHON.

by J. W. West
$0.00, 26 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #1 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Literature & Fiction
Wicked Dreams – The Cabin is the first in a set of horrific short stories which have been inspired by my own dreams. In essence these are definitely nightmares to be read only during the day if you are faint of heart. If you have a high horror tolerance read by yourself at midnight with a solitary light on.

I will continue to share my fast paced shocking dreams with you. Most of the first series will be from when I was a child. That being said I have elevated some instances to intensify the experience. Some of these moments I feel like I cannot bring to the intensity I felt during the dream.

I hope you enjoy “The Cabin” as it is one of the first full nightmares I remember fully from my childhood that truly terrified me and is still harsh even today.

This short story revolves around eleven year old Savannah who goes to a cabin with her parents. The experience is awkward from the start as you feel as though Savannah and her parents don’t have a great connection in this book. This is very true to how I felt in the dream. I felt very close to the two family dogs, which I had as a child and the story of them was based on fact.

The eerie feelings Savannah has in the beginning only touch the iceberg of the terror she feels one the sun goes down. A fast paced read sure to chill you wherever you read it. Enjoy.

The Last Call: It’s the only number you’ll ever need
by Nora O'Keeffe
$0.00, 35 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #89 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Literature & Fiction
A phone number scrawled on the wall in an abandoned hotel, would you make the call?
Dursha and Jackie escape their dead-end jobs by spending their weekends taking chances. But when the friends decide to break into an abandoned hotel they discover something that could change their lives. Only in the Red Water Hotel, nothing is as it seems and the two women find themselves with a choice to make. A choice that will have deadly consequences.
If you enjoy fast-paced horror and old-school scares, you’ll love The Last Call.
Some guests never check-out of the Red Water Hotel.

Wake of the Forgotten:: Awakening
by Kaz ., Jesenia Guada
$0.00, 105 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #70 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
When cities are suddenly destroyed, citizens killed, and the suspicious acts of King Ivan begin to threaten the kingdom, a loose-knit group of dissimilar teenagers fatefully join in a quest to stop the destruction happening around them. Unknown to them, it is an ancient dark power that craves to cover the world in darkness beginning with the Kingdom of Nalban. As they search for answers that only lead to more questions and doubt, they must set aside their fears, emotions, and adolescent tribulations in order to unveil the secrets of the past--- and wake the forgotten.

Copper Harvest
by Alexandra Sipe, Ciera Shaver
$0.00, 481 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #219 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
When Max escapes a German prison camp, he is saved by a quiet shepherdess in occupied territory. Wanted now by both sides, he's relieved she's able to overlook the fact that he'd once fought for Germany.

It doesn't take long for Max to see that she's a part of the resistance. It doesn't take him long to witness her murder a few occupying soldiers, either. His feelings for her begin to twist dangerously out of control; he thinks he might love her, but how long will it take before she grows tired of him and his past? Max is unable to pull away, even as he worries he might become one of the corpses buried in her garden, even as he watches her hunger for vengeance grow quickly out of control, even as her anger might change her into something less than human.

Night Blues (2 Book Series)
by Error
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)

Death Watch - A Horror Short Story
by Lisa Shea
$0.00, 19 pages, 3.4 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #101 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Short Stories
Verne's Momma had one rule which could never be broken. He could not reveal to any outsider what went on within their house. Verne knew, without a shadow of a doubt, that to violate that rule was to bring unholy tortures down onto his head.

And so not a word passed his lips. Not during the twenty-five years he lived in the dank basement, curled up on the thin mattress.

Not during the ten long years of his prison sentence.

Until he made the mistake ...

* * *

Death Watch delves into the depths of horror which exist in our society. Despite our modern world's veneer of civilization, there are far too many who fall through the cracks. Who are abandoned to a darker world.

A portion of all proceeds from this series benefit battered women's shelters.

by K.T. Tomb
$0.00, 146 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #208 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
For fans of Clive Cussler, James Rollins and Indiana Jones. Quests Unlimited features a vast, multi-character universe of treasure hunters, explorers, scientists, villains and rogues.

After struggling with drug and alcohol abuse and an inability to complete anything worthwhile, Jeremiah James is inspired by his anthropologist cousin, Chelsea, to chase a childhood dream they shared: hunting a Sasquatch. Together, they hire Grettir and Mati, two savvy Manitoban guides, to take them deep into the snowy wilderness to shoot a documentary film.

But they soon encounter something far more dangerous... Something that watches and waits for them. With the trap laid and no clear way out, Grettir can only wait and hope that Mati is prepared for the fight ahead. Will they meet their ends at the claws of a terrifying creature? Or will the adventurers survive the frigid, dangerous journey and return to civilization to tell the tale?

**Acclaim for K.T. Tomb**

“Wildly fast-paced imaginative thriller that sets up what should be an excellent series with just the right amount of tongue-in-cheek humor, sexual tension, and good vs. evil.”
-An Amazon Reader

“Epic and awesome!”
-J.T. Cross, bestselling author of Beneath the Deep

“K.T. Tomb is a wonderful new voice in adventure fiction.”
-Aiden James, bestselling author of Immortal Plague

The Eyes of the Devil - Horror Fantasy
by Mike Cobley
$0.00, 222 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #317 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
A chilling none stop horror adventure.

A breakdown of a secret government experiment allows demons to escape the confines of the laboratory. This causes those in contact with it to be possessed, threatening the future of mankind.

The three unlikely heroes at the centre of this apocalyptic outbreak find themselves, with the help of their guardian angels, coming together to battle the forces of evil. They hope to stop the onslaught of death and destruction. The birth of a baby, however, may hold the key to the future.

As all three agree, it is a question of

“Save the baby, save the world”

Read all of Mike Cobley's books free as part of your Kindle Unlimited Prime Reading Subscription. You can read the ebooks on your Amazon Kindle Fire, on a computer via Kindle Cloud Reader or on any smartphone or tablet with the free Kindle reading app. Mike reads horror and suspense authors such as Stephen King, Dean Koontz, James Herbert, Clive Barker, Bentley Little, and Richard Laymon. He also reads dark suspense/thriller/crime authors such as Joe Hill, Blake Crouch, Martina Cole, Lisa Gardner, Linwood Barclay, Harlan Coben, and Karen Slaughter. Really, any story with realistic characters, scary settings, real chills, lurking dread, danger, fast pacing, plot twists, ghosts, murder mysteries, the supernatural, the paranormal, the occult, fast pacing, action and adventure, unexpected plots twists. Also important: engrossing moods, whether they are dark, psychological, disturbing, scary, vengeful.

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