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About Mark Towse
Mark Towse is an Englishman living in Australia. He would sell his soul to the devil or anyone buying if it meant he could write full-time. Alas, he left it very late to begin this journey, penning his first story since primary school at the ripe old age of 45. Since then, he's been published in the likes of Flash Fiction Magazine, Cosmic Horror, Suspense Magazine, ParABnormal, Raconteur, and his work has also appeared three times on The No Sleep Podcast and on many other excellent productions such as The Grey Rooms. His first collection, ‘Face the Music,’ has just been released by All Things That Matter Press and is available via Amazon, Dymocks, B&N, etc.
Look out for his story, 'Devil's Ink' in Midnight in the Pentagram from Silver Shamrock.
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Titles By Mark Towse
A poverty-stricken girl develops a strange ability that makes her family rich, but at a terrible price. A grieving attorney teams up with a terrifying mythological force to prove that justice reaches beyond the grave. And a police officer discovers that a quiet little antique store is ground zero for an invasion of horrific creatures, hiding in plain sight…
Scare Street is proud to present thirteen terrifying new tales in this sinister collection, featuring strange creatures, terrifying forces, new realms of horror, and more.
So many chilling nightmares inside, just waiting to be unleashed. Fear wears many faces, and each grimacing mask of death is more unsettling than the last.
Go ahead, devour just one more tale before the sun goes down… Don’t be shy.
Which grinning apparition will be the one to make you scream out loud?
Let’s turn the page and find out…
This volume features the following short stories:
1. Lymphatic Pearls by Justin Moritz
2. Best Interest of the Clients by Dennis K. Crosby
3. Sleep No More by Jim Nemeth
4. Miles from Stokes by Peter J. Larrivee
5. Stone Of Golgotha by Gina Easton
6. Not All Gone by Rachael Boucker
7. The Golden Coqui by E. E. King and Richard Lau
8. The Blaker Street Chimera by Adam Newnham
9. The Bobby Sheldon Guarantee by Mark Towse
10. Like Their Owners by Thomas Nicholson
11. He & I by MJ Gardner
12. The Brine Song by Morgan Quaid
13. Brought Home by Ron Ripley and Nick Efstathiou
A night of puns, quips, and brutal violence, hosted by the sweet, mad, elderly couple: Marge and Alby.
If you're a fan of Horror/comedy, give this one a go and cross it off your bucket list. But be warned, there will be blood. Buckets of it.
“Towse & Healy take the lovely charm of a quaint bed and breakfast, staff it with an elderly couple with peculiar tendencies, add several wayward guests, then unleash a night of blood-soaked terror upon them. Incredibly well-written, expertly paced, and filled with perfectly plausible reasons to NOT put a bed and breakfast on your Bucket List.” -Candace Nola, author of Bishop
When you think of your neighbors, what do you think of? The friendly older couple that wave each day as you return home from work. The guy across the street that is always working in his yard. The lady that walks her dog around your home. What if you found out those people had horrifying secrets? Secrets not meant for the world to know. This book contains 26 stories of neighbors to hope you never encounter.
Includes stories from -
W. Dale Jordan
Nathan D. Ludwig
Satan, The Father of Lies, Beelzebub, God's Fallen Angel. All these are names for the devil. Around here at CPP we just call him Old Scratch.
Within these pages comes fifteen tales about the fire and brimstone dwelling entity. The hero of Hell whom many of our parents warned us about is spoken of in hushed words around the world. Not here.In this collection of horror tails (see what we did there?) fifteen of the best indie authors in the business come together to share their takes on the Prince of Darkness. Grab a drink and hold onto your soul as tightly as you can. Crimson Pinnacle Press presents Old Scratch: Demon Tales & Devil Hells.
Featuring fiction from Chris McAuley, Tony Logan, P.J. Blakey-Novis, Pamela Morris, Jason R. Frei, Steve Stred, Thomas Stewart, Mark Towse, HP Newquist, Stephanie Scissom, Justin M. Woodward, Patrick Flaherty, RJ Roles, M Ennenbach, Bradley H. Sinor.
Featuring short Lovecraftian and psychological horror stories by Warren Benedetto, J Anthony Gohier, McKel Jensen, Tim Keller, E.E. King, Lexie R. Kunz, Anne Eliza McCallum, K.G. Montgomery, Frederick Pangbourne, Shell St. James, TJ Tarbet, Mark Towse, and E.B. Wheeler.
The dark side is waiting…
Fish N’ Chips lead a curious traveler to a sinister island, where the residents are more than they seem. Forbidden occult knowledge strands a pair of friends in a terrifying nexus of evil. And an ancient ice storm forces a wandering tribe to choose between following a bloodthirsty shaman, or the glowing lights in the sky…
Venture into new realms of terror with Scare Street’s latest bone-chilling collection. This spine-tingling volume contains fifteen ghastly tales of horror and the paranormal. More than enough to while away the hours, as you lose yourself in the shadows of the night.
The deeper you plunge into this realm of terror, the farther away the real world seems. But don’t worry… just turn the page and stay a bit longer.
We’re sure you’ll be able to find your way back. Just listen for the screams in the darkness.
And pray they aren’t your own…
This volume contains the following:
1. The Fish'r Men by David Turton
2. The Faces at the Window by Bob Johnston
3. From the Ashes by Bryan Wolford
4. The Neighbors by Peter Cronsberry
5. The Ferryman by Nicholas Paschall
6. Slug by Matias Travieso-Diaz
7. Folsom Lake by Karl Melton
8. Obsidian by Richard Beauchamp
9. Edward's Couch by Robert Douglas
10. What Lovely Petunias by Mark Towse
11. The Delirium of Negation by Justin Boote
12. I Just Write the Damned Thing by Samuel Thomas Fraser
13. A Clearing by Sam Lesek
14. Northern Lights by Drew Starling
15. Wind Chimes by Ron Ripley
Ignore that pull, the need to escape from drudgeries of life and find peace and solitude within nature. It is not the cool breeze and the scent of pine that whispers your name.
No, these things within the forest will rip out your heart and devour your soul. You will tremble as they revel in your madness, taking everything from you and leaving you with nothing. Delve inside this anthology of what truly lurks within the shadows of the trees.
Created by award-winning horror and fiction authors around the world. We dare you to take this journey with us and find out what horrors await you.
The Forest Is Calling. Will you answer?
"A Wail of a Tail" By Emma K. Leadley - A starving hunter and his dog leave for a routine hunting trip, but what he brings back is anything but routine.
"The Thing In The Woods" By D.R. Smith - A group of young boys discover something strange and otherworldly in the forest. Compelled by forces unseen to take it home with them, disaster quickly unfolds. Will anyone survive?
"The Hike" By E.E.W. Christmas - A weekend getaway turns disastrous for Steph, when she wakes to find Becca missing and their car destroyed.
"Forest Man" By Holley Cornetto - A group of old friends reminisce about the summer that changed their lives forever and they soon realize some things should be left in the past.
"Hollow Woods" By Brian Duncan - Making friends is hard, but Emma soon realizes that her new friends aren't who she thinks they are, and the Florida Everglades can be a dangerous place.
"Seita" By Thomas Wake - A hunting trip goes terribly wrong when nature takes back what was stolen.
"Fairies in the Forest" By Jason Holden - A father son getaway turns deadly when the ramblings of their late grandfather prove true.
"Neumack Woods" By N.M. Brown - Two friends go on an adventure into the fabled woods surrounding their home. But what they find will change them forever.
Twenty-four terrifying stories ripped out of your nightmares and delivered for you within this collection by award winning authors from around the globe.
Love Edgar Allan Poe and want more? Explore new gothic stories and poems inspired by Poe in this haunting, award-nominated anthology.
Take a tour through Poe’s Baltimore home, experience “The Tell-Tale Heart” through the old man’s eyes, go corporate at Raven Corp., witness “The Fall of the House of Usher” from the perspective of a hidden Usher sibling, and much more.
Don’t miss the award-nominated stories “The Heart of Alderman Kane” by Eleanor Sciolistein and “Midnight Rider” by Melanie Cossey, 2021 nominees for Poe Baltimore’s Saturday ‘Visiter’ Awards.
Curl up with Love Letters to Poe and enjoy these haunting tales!
And monsters into men.
Have you heard of the breathtaking phantom of the old oak tree?
Or the ancient horror that prowls the hotels of New Orleans?
Do you know the tragic story of the woman who haunts the abandoned mine?
What about that old man with the curious and truly terrible power?
Or the truth of what that doctor really did to his patients?
Did you know the monster in the closet is real…and can’t tell the difference between love and death?
Want to hear about the rotting demon that saved the little girl just down the street?
Or the woman who created her own soulmate?
Desperate parents who go to horrific lengths to feed their monstrous children…
Inhuman beauties who kill to protect their lovers…
Lonely spirits that lure children to a cold world under the snow…
Repentant mothers hellbent on resurrecting children long lost…
These are just a few of the things that monsters do for love.
Comprising Volumes 4 to 6 of the bestselling "MONSTERS" horror anthology series, the WHAT MONSTERS DO FOR LOVE trilogy spans over one hundred stories by an international team of bestselling, award-winning, and visionary authors, offering a treasure trove unforgettable tales about monsters (of both the human and inhuman varieties) that range from the deceptively whimsical to the heartbreakingly terrifying, and everything in between.
Now lock your doors, turn on your lights, and grab your cat for comfort’s sake. It’s time to learn why love is the scariest thing on earth.
Bedtime. The twilight of consciousness, the darkness that lies between reality and dreams. Here, on the threshold of slumber, we open the door to myriad dreamscapes, to other worlds and astral planes. A thousand doors to a thousand worlds... and the nightmares that hide within.
Open the door, cross the threshold, and dream the night away. But be careful, and remember:
When you open the door to a realm of nightmares… sometimes you let the nightmares in.
A schoolyard nightmare with a taste for children…
Faceless horrors that prowl the boundary between consciousness and slumber in search of prey…
Houses where dreams and nightmares come to life…
Imaginary friends who bleed into reality…
Old gods who weave webs of nightmares to reveal horrific truths…
A monstrous storyteller who’s just dying to tell a tale about you…
These are just a few of the bedtime stories written by—and for—monsters.
In these pages you’ll find an unforgettable collection of dreams unleashed upon reality and reality transformed into nightmares. Penned by award-winning authors, bestselling writers, and visionary nightmare-smiths, A MONSTER TOLD ME BEDTIME STORIES will remind you what it means to be afraid of the dark.
Meet Olly’s nana, Ivy. It takes more than clean dentures, brandy, and bingo night to keep this one happy!
Nana Ivy lives in Newhaven Crescent, where most of the other residents are past their expiry date and all kinds of batshit crazy, the kind of place where you hang your sanity up at the door.
Being the matriarchal type, Ivy cares for the other residents as though they were kin, so of course, it’s of enormous concern when their veins begin to blacken and they start shedding skin, not to mention the glistening things crawling out of their hair. They’re pushing their luck, and Nana Ivy knows it.
Did I mention she has a dark secret?
Young Olly doesn’t know what to make of it when he comes to visit, but he’s about to find out there’s more to his nana than cough drops and slippers. Oh yes, he’s in for a long night.