Thursday Radio Show

Tomorrow night everyone! 10:30 pM EST myself, with other authors from #HorrorZinesBookofGhosts will be featured. There could be some famous names here too – perhaps? Listen and find out! Click the link and bookmark it.

The Horror Zine’s Book of Ghost Stories Kindle Edition

Authors in order of appearance in the book.
Lisa Morton, Matthew Nichols, Nicholas Pascall, Theresa Jacobs, Bentley Little, Amber Fallon, Maureen O’Leary, Derek Austin Johnson, Katie Robinson, Joe R. Lansdale, J. T. Siems, Sebastian Crow, D.J. Tyrer, Logan Fourie, E. A. Black, Elizabeth Massie, Christian A. Larsen, Bruce Memblatt
Graham Masterton and Dawn G. Harris, S. J. Budd, Becky Brown, Tim Waggoner, Shawn P. Madison, Neal Privett, Dean H. Wild, Jeani Rector

Horror Zines Book of Ghost Stories

#HorrorZinesBookofGhostStories Ebook is ready! I’m in here with some of the #HorrorMasters Bentley Little, Graham Masterton, Joe Lansdale and more!  Okay you’ve probably seen it shared on Facebook already, but hey, I’m excited.

“This collection of ghost stories is fresh, varied, and entertaining. Perfect company for a long winter’s night.” – Owen King, co-author of Sleeping Beauties

103673044_3430851303606390_7177657732898661268_n“An incredibly creepy collection of stories of the recently and not so recently dead, written by some of the finest writers in horror. I suggest that when reading, do so in the daylight, because reading these at night will only make you more aware of your own, unempty house.” – Susie Moloney, author of The Dwelling and The Thirteen


“Gruesome, eerie, horrific, sometimes uplifting; this is a terrific selection of ghost stories that satisfy the soul—they chill the blood, too.” – Simon Clark, author of Whitby Vampyrrhic

“Looking for a perfect evening? Spend the night hunkered down in your favorite chair with only a reading light on, and dive into The Horror Zine’s Book of Ghost Stories. Forget sleep, these tales will keep you enthralled till daybreak.” – Tony Tremblay, author of The Moore House

“Nobody keeps the supernatural alive like The Horror Zine.” – Scott Nicholson, author of The Red Church

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