Horror

October 13, 2018

The Dark Awakening

"The Dark Awakening (The Chosen Coven Book 1)" by D.L. Blade

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Mercy never knew what real pain was until the night of her high school graduation, when someone drove a knife deep into her chest. Just as she was beginning to piece herself back together again, the handsome and enigmatic Caleb Blackwell stepped out of the shadows and told her the truth about her past…and her identity. If what he says is true, her life will change forever. According to him, she's an original member of a centuries-old coven of witches whose sole purpose for existence is to seek out and destroy the supernatural dark forces which threaten mankind. She has a choice to make. She can run and hide from her calling, or she can stand her ground and fight to save not only those she loves but all of mankind. Deep down, she knows what she must do. After all, it’s not just her newly discovered life…it is her destiny.

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October 8, 2018

A Journey Through The Zombie Apocalypse And I…

"A Journey Through The Zombie Apocalypse And I..." by Kelsey Bentley

| SmashWords | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | It all starts with one dream that is almost too disturbing to be not real. An epidemic is about to spread that will cause devastating consequences for everyone. The monsters that we had kept locked away in the deepest crevices of our minds are about to be unleashed. One family may hold the key in destroying it all. Yet their journey has only just begun: the Curran’s will come across an old rival while discovering new ones. Their heartache will be felt as secrets and lies are unearthed. Humanity is lost: a few lonely survivors accompany the Curran’s through the apocalypse. People lose themselves trying to fight off the hordes of undead, but the strange thing is that these zombies can reanimate themselves. With their hierarchy system and their beloved Queen leading the way, it is all leading to ill-fated doom… Time is slowly ticking by. The Curran’s need to escape the falling remains of Britain with their new friends before everything goes up in a plume of smoke…

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October 4, 2018

Moonlight Dancer

"Moonlight Dancer" by Deb Atwood

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kendra JinJu MacGregor can resist neither the antique Korean doll in the dusty warehouse nor the handsome Hiro Peretti who sells it to her. Once she brings the doll home, Kendra pays little attention to misplaced objects or her beloved dog’s fear. That is, until one terrifying night forces her to question her very sanity. Soon, the ethereal, brooding NanJu manifests herself, and Kendra begins her travels through time to 16th century Korea into a history of conflict and intrigue. For Kendra is about to discover the dark past of her ghostly visitor. Now it’s up to Kendra, with Hiro by her side, to interpret the past and prevent murder. Everything depends upon Kendra’s success, even—she discovers to her horror—her own life.

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September 19, 2018

Instafrights

"Instafrights: Short horror stories for the busy gentle(wo)man" by John Loc

| Instagram | What scares you the most? Is it the things that go bump in the night? The evil hiding behind a façade of respectability? Or perhaps existential despair? No matter what makes your skin crawl, John Loc has you covered. Instafrights brings to you some of John Loc’s best short stories, all in a rigorously non-linear order and written in the haunting, unnerving style that has made him a hit on social media. Pick a title, step back from the daily grind for a minute, and get ready to immerse yourself in a universe where serial killers compare notes over margaritas, the call of the Abyss is very real, and evil spirits love to toy with their victims. Prepare to be Instafrightened.

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