Saturday, May 31, 2014

ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK: THE END IS THE BEGINNING - ONE FANTASTIC BOOK!



Enter At Your Own Risk: The End is The Beginning, is one fantastic book! If you love Gothic Horror and want to read the Old Masters as well as the new Masters of this exciting sub-genre, then you are at the right place. This tome is all about the environment, and things are not well. What lurks within the dark crevices of the Earth? How much more will Earth Mother take? We have some answers. Darkness awaits thee . . .


Blaze McRob

Book Description

May 6, 2014
Human beings—the undisputed top of the food chain, the long-standing masters of planet earth. Or are we? What may be crawling out of the sludge to take our place? What monsters have we created in our labs, factories, and our very own genetic code? In the fourth installment of Firbolg Publishing’s Enter at Your Own Risk series, which pairs Gothic masters such as Edgar Allan Poe, Mary Shelley, and H.P. Lovecraft with modern authors of the dark and macabre, the theme is environmental horror. As mankind’s tsunami wave of progress, industrialization, and technology reaches spectacular new heights, sinister things are churning beneath the surface. An unfamiliar stench on the wind. Waters a bit too murky. Soil a bit too red with blood. Progress at a price. A terrible, terrible price. Will we survive? What strange new worlds will emerge from the chaos? With an introduction from Holly Newstein, Enter at Your Own Risk: The End is the Beginning explores both the horror of the end and the hope of new beginnings for our planet and ourselves.

"A brilliant blend of the old and new, providing a diverse perspective on a modern problem..." Rob Smales, author of Dead of Winter

Friday, May 30, 2014

TALES FROM THE LAKE - VOL 1- IS OUT!




Universal Amazon Link (paperback and Kindle): http://getbook.at/AmazonLakeVOne
Smashwords (Various eBook formats): https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/441847

Barnes & Noble, Apple, Kobobooks etc. coming soon.



Tales From The Lake- Vol 1 is out! This is one super anthology with many fantastic authors.

 

Book Description

May 27, 2014
Dive into fourteen tales of non-themed horror, with short stories and dark poems by some of the best horror writers in the world, including a story by the master himself, Graham Masterton.

Allow the very first instalment of Tales From the Lake to transport you to lakeside terror in Lover, Come Back to Me, Lady of Lost Lake, and Game On; journey to the basement of your local pet store in Dead Pull and your neighbourhood pub in O’Halloran’s; visit the apocalypse in Devil’s Night; travel to Africa in Witch-Compass and The Reunion; spend time with talking dolls in Don’t Look at Me; experience the horrors of drug addiction from close up in Junksick; and climb a ladder to the heavens in Perrollo’s Ladder.

Tales From the Lake Vol.1 includes the winning stories from the 2013 Tales From the Lake Horror Writing Competition: a nautical tale in Jenn Loring’s The Art of Wrecking; a bizarre story of strange addictions in J. Daniel Stone’s Alternative Muses; and a cult horror story in the jungles of South America in William Ritchey’s Las Maquinas.

Welcome to Crystal Lake.
5.0 out of 5 stars Spellbindingly eerie to the Bizarro May 30, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
Joe Mynhardt owns and operates Crystal Lake Publishing out of Bloemfontein, Free State in South Africa. Crystal Lake Publishing specializes in bringing horror fiction writers together from all over the world and simultaneously spreading their work globally. One of Crystal Lake’s most recent projects is the Tales from the Lake Horror Writing Competition. Winners of the competition receive, amongst other awards, the publication of their story in the upcoming volume of the Tales from the Lake anthology of short horror fiction.

Tales from the Lake Vol. 1 (2014) shares the best of last year’s competition. The anthology contains mostly works of prose, but also includes two pieces of poetry. The pieces in Tales from the Lake Vol. 1 range from the spellbindingly eerie to the Bizarro. Tim Waggoner’s Lover, Come Back to Me tells of a man who has spent his life fearing the irresistible beckoning of his aquatic lover. In the poem Saint Patty’s Night at The Crown, Blaze McRob recounts the events of said night when an axe-wielding leprechaun makes the holiday’s debaucheries his own. My favorite narrative in this collection is Devil’s Night by Tim Curran. In this one, Curran introduces two escaped cons on the run from a sulfuric demon that is purging the streets one by one devouring its victims with a fiery hunger. The cons, Mick and Bones, learn to survive by offering women and children up as sacrificial lambs to the hellish fire-eater. Unfortunately, for the two men, their sins multiply as they continue to offer up the innocent, making them irresistible treats for their horrifying tormentor.

Mynhardt has done well choosing the stories to include in this first volume. The stories feature a wide spectrum of settings and tones. The influence of various cultures is ever-present. Most of the tales are satisfyingly haunting. Honestly, a few left me hungering for more closure, which is something I consider acceptable in the world of horror fiction. I found a couple of the works to be simply okay in a relative sense; however, on a more positive note, I’ve grown particularly fond of these types of anthologies for one important reason. If you come across one of these short stories that just does not do the trick for you, the experience will be short lived, and you’ll be on to the next title. I say, good work Mynhardt in your effort to shorten the gap between the world’s horror fiction writers. I’m looking forward to reading Tales from the Lake Vol. 2.
 
 
Read this eclectic mix of great stories. There is something for everyone here.


Blaze McRob






Tuesday, May 27, 2014

STALKERS - BY MAGENTA NERO - IS THIS WEEK'S TERROR TUESDAY!



http://penofthedamned.com/2014/05/27/stalkers/


Stalkers, by Magenta Nero, is this week's Terror Tuesday! This is Magenta's debut post for the Pen Of The Damned, and she comes out with both guns shooting heavy lead! Plenty of twists and turns in this short thriller, and a super ending you won't want to miss.

Read this and other great Dark tales at our Pen Of The Damned website It's all free and Damned Dark!

Blaze McRob

Stalkers

There is a cruelty unfolding in me I didn’t know existed. The click of my heels on the pavement echoes down the street, turning heads. I wear higher heels now, shorter skirts. I no longer stick to the safety of busy streets. I tempt fate and wander into the gloom of alleyways where the losers of the city huddle and sleep. The drunken, the homeless, the pickpockets. Petty criminals with petty ambitions. I stroll through their lairs of garbage. Bleary, poisoned eyes watch me pass, staring at me in disbelief.
“Stupid bitch,” they growl at me and they lift their bottles to dying lips. I tread holes in their cardboard beds with my stilettos and kick over their little cups of change. There is nothing they can do, they can barely climb to their feet. I hear the breaking of glass and the retching cough of sickness as I walk away. 
You see, there is nothing in the darkness I fear because I know you’ve got your eye on me. And you won’t let anybody hurt me, will you?
How long has it been now? I can’t remember my life without you. The purring of your engine wakes me at night as you cruise by my house. You wait until I come to the window before driving away. The sound of your breath, barely audible, on the other end of the phone. I can’t say a word. Sometimes you whisper my name in a muffled voice. It has been awhile since you last called. I saw you standing by the curb looking up at my office window. I saw you getting off the bus as I got on. I saw you sitting in the coffee shop. You are a formless shadow, your face a blur. Each time you move like lightning, when I look twice you are gone.
I roam the streets until I sense you, falling into step far behind me. I have something special to show you this evening. It is a short walk away. I will lead you there. Down to the harbour and the old warehouses along the docks. Follow me through the city park. Your footsteps are a numb, hollow thud in my chest. I stop and you stop. I walk and you walk. These winding paths lead into dark patches of trees and to the brim of a still, murky lake. I wonder how many have met their end here and if I will be one of them tonight? Of course I emerge from the trees unscathed, I know when you snare me it will be by your design not mine.
I received your letter today. Each letter you send is more intimate than the last. Our time is coming isn’t it? At work I lock my office door and lay out all your letters on my desk. Smeared black ink and putrid stains. I marvel at the details you manage to detect. You know when I wear a new perfume or lipstick, you know when I’m menstruating. And the portrait you drew is beautiful. The careful way you have rendered each fine stroke of my eyelashes and hair. My eyes are large dark orbs, the light in them extinguished. The drawing stares back at me from the page, frail and petrified. It is as if I was really there before you as you drew me. You have captured it well, that is how I feel. But there are a few things about me you are yet to glimpse.
I have left it for you here, this is where we part for now. By the time you enter the warehouse I will be gone, slipping away into the dark maze of the city, far from you.
You will sense it, as soon as you set foot in the building, something is not quite right. Keep walking, up dusty flights of stairs, searching the empty floors. You will be drawn to it, like a magnet, trust yourself. This is what you do best. And then you will finally find her, over by the wall, bound to a chair with heavy tape. Will a scream, sharp as a razor, catch in your throat? Will you crumple with silent impotent tears? I thought it was best to take care of her sooner rather than later. She was distracting you. And she was beginning to get too suspicious, asking too many questions. I heard her last night nagging you through dinner. She called your office three times today just to check your whereabouts. There were a few small changes I had to make. Her eyes were the wrong colour, her nose too big, her chin was the wrong shape. And that tacky bleached hair had to go. With a face lift and a short dark wig she looks just like me, don’t you think? My scent on her body now. I dressed her in the lingerie and dress I wore when you first saw me. I thought you would like that. The first time you singled me out from the crowd, the first time I felt the suffocating weight of your gaze. Yes, our time is coming soon. We are destined to meet, as both you and I know. But not tonight.
~ Magenta Nero







Monday, May 26, 2014

PANEL 35 - GREAT STORY BY BECCA BOUCHER IS FREE TODAY! THIS IS A GREAT MEMORIAL DAY READ!


Panel 35 by Becca Boucher is free today! This super story touched my heart when I read it. Every Veteran will appreciate the words and the meaning. I'm a Vietnam Veteran and proud of it. This story touches me. I'm certain it will touch you as well. This is a story of love and sacrifice.

To all who have served and are serving now, I salute you. For those who have passed in the line of duty, I hold your memories in my heart. We are family, no matter which war. We are the ones responsible for the freedoms Americans have now.


Blaze McRob


I give you Becca Boucher:   http://beccab8.blogspot.com/2014/05/panel-35.html




Thursday, May 22, 2014


Panel 35



Today I released my first 'book' with Visionary Press Collaborative. It's a short story entitled Panel 35. The panel 35 it's referring to is the 35th panel of the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in Washington DC. I'm sure we are all familiar with it in one way or another. I have been three times and have seen countless tour groups and kids on field trips. It's a meaningful place to me. A place that holds the names of many friends of my father, distant relatives of mine, and thousands upon thousands of brave men and woman. Because of my father I feel a connection to it. I only wish I had been able to bring him just one time.

I wrote this short story mainly to honor my father. And to remind people that Memorial Day is more than barbeques and the start of summer. It's to honor those who have fallen in service to our country. Not just those who fell on the battle field, but those who might have fallen on hard times, fallen into ill health, or just fallen to the demands of everyday life. I learned from my father assimilating back into this country can be hard, when you have seen the atrocious scenes of war first hand. No one comes out unscathed.

I lost my father fifteen years ago to cancer. But really I lost him long before that. Maybe even before I was born. I lost him when the doctor at the veteran's hospital told him and my mom that he 'wasn't depressed, just lazy. Flashbacks were nothing to worry about. It's normal to wake up with your hands around your wife's neck.' I lost him when alcohol deepened his depression and cut him off from us. I lost him when my mother couldn't keep her family together. I lost him when PTSD wasn't a diagnosis in a book.

But ironically the cancer I hated gave him back to me. He got sober. He got help. It gave me two years, the best two years we ever had, to know him in my adult life. In the end I knew him better than I ever had before. maybe better than anyone. That's where Panel 35 comes from. It comes from that place deep inside where ghosts can be the living, and forgiveness can be a gift from the one you're forgiving.

The 35th panel of the wall holds the names of soldiers that died during 1967, the year my father was in country. The whole wall always tends to be a religious experience for me. The stories my dad told me in the end tare at my heart. And I promised I wouldn't let people forget. It's time for me to finally explore those stories, and I will, through Blake's character.

Before we judge the homeless, or scoff at the plight of veterans, think a little. Think of what these men, and woman, have gone through. I think of my generation being that last one that can carry on the torch of the Vietnam Veterans, but I also think of my children's generation, and the wars their uncle has fought in. Just as misguided as Vietnam. But soldiers head into harms way so we may sleep at night. No matter what political side you fall on, you can agree that that they need help. That we don't do enough. That countless lives have been scared.

This Memorial Day thank a veteran. Visit the cemetery. Raise a flag. Think of that freedom. There are plenty of opportunities to show support. Any profits from my story Panel 35 this week will be donated to the Central Massachusetts Shelter For Homeless Veterans.  You can check out their link here: http://www.veteransinc.org/services/housing-programs/sites/

You can find Panel 35 here:
http://www.amazon.com/Panel-35-Becca-Boucher-ebook/dp/B00KGODO0S/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1400771164&sr=1-1&keywords=panel+35#_



Sunday, May 25, 2014

RIE SHERIDAN ROSE - WOMAN IN HORROR!



http://riewriter.com/


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rie-Sheridan-Rose/38814481714


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Rie Sheridan Rose is my Woman In Horror today! Rie has been writing professionally for over ten years and has published novels, short stories, poetry, and been included in a number of anthologies as well. And, my friends, she is quite involved with Steampunk. Yes, many of you know how much I love Steampunk.

Rie prefers the Victorian Steampunk, where I am more into the Wild West, apocalyptic variety. But Steampunk is Steampunk either way and has the marvelous machines and horrors. Rie loves to think about Jack the Ripper, Lillie Langtry, and Oscar Wilde. Sure can't go wrong there. 

She loves writing Fairytales as well and even incorporated one of them into Steampunk. How cool is that? The name of the story is The Seven Year Itch, and it is in the new Terra Mechanica: A Steampunk Anthology. Below is a book description and a review:



Book Description
May 21, 2014
In an alternative past with an unrealized future, trek around the world and beyond in nine separate adventures, in the ships locomotives, and flying machines that power the Steampunk universe.

DOTS, DASHES, AND DECEIT by Jay Barnson: A telegraph operator finds herself displaced by advancing technology but discovers a genius inventor and a young savant with secrets too dangerous to ignore.

THE PROMISE by Michael Cross: In a world ravaged by the unspeakable horrors of war, one soldier moves heaven and earth to keep a promise to his son, and alters the lives of every stranger who helps him along the way.

THE VOYAGE OF VALERIE MCGRATH by Pete Ford: Sent on a desperate mission only she can fulfill, a dedicated researcher discovers the war her government wages against its own people, and the planet they rely upon for survival.

RIPPER BOUND by TC Phillips: With nothing but a brain implant and the force of his will, a talented bounty hunter returns far-flung criminals to justice, but what price will the technology ultimately demand of him?

DR. PAX’S GREAT UNSINKABLE BIRD by J.R. Potter: When a brilliant scientist falls prey to sky pirates who are after his flying machine, he must rely on his greatest achievement: a teenage girl whom he rescued from certain death.

SEVEN-YEAR ITCH by Rie Sheridan Rose: Toby Kincaid knew his clothes would grow filthy when he made a deal with the Devil, but he didn’t count on the wear to his spirit. He may win the wager but still lose his soul.

THE JOURNEY OF INSPECTOR ROUX by C. R. Simper: A legendary investigator goes down in flames and believes his life is over, until an eager young recruit drags him around the world in pursuit of a kidnapper.

PRIORITY PASSAGE by S. D. Simper: Marina will not allow the death of her father stand in the way of their dreams, but when her airship is boarded by sky pirates, she must decide what she values most: Nikita’s inventions or his daughter.

GANESH by Scott E. Tarbet: A farm boy abducted by a traveling-show huckster finds his calling as an airship pilot, never suspecting the transformative adventure awaiting him halfway around the world. An A Midsummer Night’s Steampunk expansion.

5.0 out of 5 stars So Different May 24, 2014
Format:Paperback
This is amazing. Much different than what I am used to reading. Definitely a collection of stories you don't want to miss out on. It held my interest, such descriptive attributes. Must read for sure.

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Another great Steampunk book, this time a novel by Rie, is The Marvelous Mechanical Man(A Conn-Mann Adventure) The cover of this great book will get you into the mood to read it for sure. It is with the other covers at the bottom.

Book Description

July 7, 2013
Josephine Mann is down to her last two dollars when she bumps into Professor Alistair Conn. The professor is in need of a lab assistant, and Jo desperately needs a job. Obviously, it's the Hand of Fate.

Professor Conn has created a wonder--a 9-foot-tall automaton Jo dubs Phaeton. When an evil villain steals the marvelous mechanical man, Jo and Alistair track him down and get Phaeton back. Unfortunately, it's a given the evil Bessant won't give up without a fight, and Jo's longing for adventure suddenly becomes much too real...and deadly.

Editorial Reviews

About the Author

Rie Rose's short stories appear in From Within the Mist and The Stygian Soul as well as A Bubba In Time Saves None, and in the humorous horror chapbooks Tales from the Home for Wayward Spirits and Bar-B-Que Grill and Bruce and Roxanne Save the World…Again. She has also written a romantic fantasy, Sidhe Moved Through the Faire. Zumaya Otherworlds is home to The Luckless Prince. She also is the author of several poetry books.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Adventure! July 9, 2013
Format:Paperback
Our intrepid heroine, Jo(sephine) Mann, a resourceful Irish orphan with few job options and an adorable, scene-stealing cat, charms Professor Alistair Conn into taking her on as a laboratory assistant. The poor professor is in dire need of assistance, as Miss Mann finds. His laboratory is a disheveled mess. On the surface, Professor Conn seems to be a sweet, absent-minded scientist. In fact, he has hidden levels of badassery, which are a joy to discover. In her quest to organize her new employer's workspace, the dime-novel-devouring Miss Mann discovers the titular marvel. Unfortunately, the mechanical man disappears shortly thereafter, plunging the two into intrigue and steam-powered adventure. There are incredible gadgets, like an airship, a steam car, something that is essentially a motorcycle, and of course the mechanical man himself.
This book wasn't perfect. It seems that the characters are the luckiest characters around. Professor Conn has a family member to assist with any problem that might arise and Jo has the good fortune to fall out of an airship almost on top of the only person in the wilderness who could possibly assist her. My complaint is that the book isn't long enough for the characters to truly struggle, and I would like to see them fighting their way out of bad situations even more than they already do. You know the book is pretty good when the complaint is that it isn't long enough!
There's also a nifty narrative device employed here. Each short chapter begins with an excerpt from a dime novel that relates to the conflict in the chapter. I really enjoyed this; it was like getting two stories for the price of one. I hope Rie Sheridan Rose goes even further with this neat concept in the sequel! Wouldn't it be terrific for Jo Mann to meet Calico Kate (the rancher whose troubles precede each chapter)?
I give The Marvelous Mechanical Man four gears out of five. I highly recommend this one. You will have a great time reading it!

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Super read!

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Rie is not a one-trick pony. As good as her Steampunk is, she also writes of Zombies, Jack The Ripper, and other denizens of the Dark. Take a look at some of her offerings below.

Rie Sheridan Rose is a Woman In Horror!


Blaze McRob

Amazon bio:

Rie's short stories appear in Double Dragon's From Within The Mist ebook and The Stygian Soul anthology. Zumaya Publications' Otherworlds Imprint published The Luckless Prince and the Steampunk adventure The Marvelous Mechanical Man. YardDog Press is home to humorous horror chapbooks "Tales From The Home For Wayward Spirits And Bar-B-Que Grill" and "Bruce and Roxanne Save the World...Again". Melange Books carries romantic fantasy Sidhe Moved Through The Faire. Her poetry collections are available from RieNewell Press through Lulu. Many of her individual short pieces are available from Mocha Memoirs.
Rie lives in Texas with her wonderful husband and four spoiled cat-children. Her poetry collections have been published under her married name Rie Sheridan Rose, because after over ten years of marriage, she has decided he deserves the credit for putting up with her. All work released or re-released from this point onward will be under "Rie Sheridan Rose", so always be sure to check for both!
Her fanpage on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rie-Sheridan-Rose/38814481714 allows fan interaction and offers news and contests.
Her newly polished website can be found at www.riewriter.com





Book Description
May 21, 2014
In an alternative past with an unrealized future, trek around the world and beyond in nine separate adventures, in the ships locomotives, and flying machines that power the Steampunk universe.

DOTS, DASHES, AND DECEIT by Jay Barnson: A telegraph operator finds herself displaced by advancing technology but discovers a genius inventor and a young savant with secrets too dangerous to ignore.

THE PROMISE by Michael Cross: In a world ravaged by the unspeakable horrors of war, one soldier moves heaven and earth to keep a promise to his son, and alters the lives of every stranger who helps him along the way.

THE VOYAGE OF VALERIE MCGRATH by Pete Ford: Sent on a desperate mission only she can fulfill, a dedicated researcher discovers the war her government wages against its own people, and the planet they rely upon for survival.

RIPPER BOUND by TC Phillips: With nothing but a brain implant and the force of his will, a talented bounty hunter returns far-flung criminals to justice, but what price will the technology ultimately demand of him?

DR. PAX’S GREAT UNSINKABLE BIRD by J.R. Potter: When a brilliant scientist falls prey to sky pirates who are after his flying machine, he must rely on his greatest achievement: a teenage girl whom he rescued from certain death.

SEVEN-YEAR ITCH by Rie Sheridan Rose: Toby Kincaid knew his clothes would grow filthy when he made a deal with the Devil, but he didn’t count on the wear to his spirit. He may win the wager but still lose his soul.

THE JOURNEY OF INSPECTOR ROUX by C. R. Simper: A legendary investigator goes down in flames and believes his life is over, until an eager young recruit drags him around the world in pursuit of a kidnapper.

PRIORITY PASSAGE by S. D. Simper: Marina will not allow the death of her father stand in the way of their dreams, but when her airship is boarded by sky pirates, she must decide what she values most: Nikita’s inventions or his daughter.

GANESH by Scott E. Tarbet: A farm boy abducted by a traveling-show huckster finds his calling as an airship pilot, never suspecting the transformative adventure awaiting him halfway around the world. An A Midsummer Night’s Steampunk expansion.

5.0 out of 5 stars So Different May 24, 2014
Format:Paperback
This is amazing. Much different than what I am used to reading. Definitely a collection of stories you don't want to miss out on. It held my interest, such descriptive attributes. Must read for sure.


 

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Zombiefied! An Anthology of All Things Zombie by Carol Hightshoe, Dayton Ward, M.H. Bonham and Rie Sheridan Rose (Sep 20, 2011)

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