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Preorder the next book in the Seventh Hell series

Zombies are running the asylum! Involuntarily committed to a mental health facility in Dublin by her parents, Vicky Murtagh is desperate to get out and get back to Galway to save her friends. With Violet Casey struggling to remain in control of her undead legions, Ireland seems on the brink of chaos. Vicky discovers that… Continue reading Preorder the next book in the Seventh Hell series

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Book Launch and Giveaway: The Pure World Comes by Rami Ungar

Congratulations to Rami Ungar on the release of his fabulous gothic horror novel, The Pure World Comes, as an ebook and print book. This is a scary and chilling read, with a great main character, and I highly recommend it. About the book Shirley Dobbins wants nothing more than to live a quiet life and… Continue reading Book Launch and Giveaway: The Pure World Comes by Rami Ungar

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Mollusk Madness by Priscilla Bettis

This short story appeared in the spring edition of 34 Orchard magazine. Click here to download a free copy of the issue. Katrina is having a hard time watching her teenage daughter grow up. Luckily she has her garden and her beloved slugs to help her pull through. The thorny blossom of my womb. Katrina,… Continue reading Mollusk Madness by Priscilla Bettis

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Do You Get What You Pray For by O R Lea

For 24 years Alma has been haunted by scapegoat, a terrifying goat headed man, but no one believes that he exists outside of her imagination. After moving to a new town to start a new life and a new job, Alma’s new friends start dying. Can she finally persuade others that scapegoat is real and,… Continue reading Do You Get What You Pray For by O R Lea

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Lucretia’s Hum by Priscilla Bettis

This story was published in Among the Headstones, an anthology of graveyard themed stories edited by Rayne Hall. Lucretia is a lonely young woman who hears the industrial hum, and seeks to escape it each night by sleeping in a graveyard where the bodies are left on the surface to rot and be predated. There’s… Continue reading Lucretia’s Hum by Priscilla Bettis