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About Nicholas Gray
Nicholas Gray is a horror nut that enjoys reading horror, watching horror, and, of course, writing horror. Being a cancer survivor, Nick knows horror and hopes to write an escape from that kind of dread. Nick also suffered from a Traumatic Brain in-jury from a complicated birth. He has persevered through it all, and is surpassing his doctor’s expectations, making the naysayers in his life who said that he would never amount to anything look very dumb. Some inspirations of Nicholas Gray's are Ronald Kelly, John Wayne Comunale, Jeff Strand, and his little family unit he loves dearly.
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Join us as we offer up the finest of gifts to the Old Gods. Those deities of long ago from places beyond that crave the darkness, that hunger for crimson-soaked flesh and gore. In this buffet of bone and blood, we offer up stories of the unknown, of the deepest and darkest fears; stories that will feed the hungriest of the Old Gods.
Watch as a farmer tries to protect those he holds most dear, a military rescue that carries the highest price a man can pay, a small town learns to fight evil with evil, and a volunteer prepares for a journey beyond our stars. These and many more tales await you within...
The Hunger of Old Stars
Authors in Anthology:
Thomas K. Wake
Nicholas J. Evans
Curated by Nicholas Gray & Candace NolaEdited by 360Editing (a division of Uncomfortably Dark Horror)
Editors: Candace Nola, Mort Stone, Darcy Rose.
No Anesthetic II
Splatter Ink Publishing presents No Anesthetic II, an anthology of brutal no-boundaries stories written by some of the best names in horror.
A lonely man finds love and horrifying obsession in the most unlikely place. Layla trusts Ryan and will do almost anything to please him, but what happens when almost isn’t enough? A group of friends stop to render aid on a backwoods highway. Ivan is just looking for love, but no one is ever quite what they seem.
A demented and irreverent fairytale, stories of brutal betrayal, of choices and consequences, of unimaginable horrors, and introducing Liam Carver and his dark story about the horrors of dementia. Ten extreme stories written to horrify and delivered with no anesthetic.
“Dead Reckoning” by McHardy & Hawker
“Father & Son” by Brian Berry
“Maggie's Cat” by Liam Carver
“Safe Word” by Desiree Byars
“My Supernatural Ex-Girlfriend” by Rowland Bercy, Jr.
“Seizure” by Thomas R. Clark
“The Burning Man” by Mike Duke
“Tainted Love” by John Baltisberger
“THUMBULIMIA” by Christine Morgan
“The Best of Friends” by Eric Butler
Eugene C. McLean Jr
R. Michael Burns
Matthew A. Clarke
Kevin J. Kennedy
G. Nicholas Miranda
GoldieAnn S. Brand
Brian J. Smith
Justin M. Woodward
What flavor is your nightmare?
Forty-nine authors have come together to tell us theirs. Each story is unique in its horror but all should be read with the lights on and the shadows kept at bay, because some stories tend to stay with you even after the book is closed.
From established authors, to people putting pen to paper for the first time.
Books of Horror presents its inaugural Community Anthology.
Staci Layne Wilson
Matthew A. Clarke
Eugene C. McLean Jr.
Kevin J. Kennedy
Joshua E. Borgmann
Justin M. Woodward
Troy has had enough of it.
He storms out of the camper and runs out into the neighboring woods, where he stumbles over something horrifying. His parents are too wrapped up in an argument to notice their only child is missing.
Is it too late?
Nicholas Gray presents five Halloween tales to get you in the spirit and cover your arms in goosebumps.
Three friends are in for a trick-or-treat surprise. A surly boy goes trick-or-treating to the wrong house. A grumpy old man gets a special Halloween visitor. A man goes shopping for a Halloween mask. And some bored teenagers go on a vandalism spree.
Includes the stories:
The Perfect Mask
What’s HorrorTube? A creepy, new carnival ride combining a water slide park with a haunted funhouse? Not quite, although that sounds like a blast.
A subset of BookTube, HorrorTube is an online community of horror enthusiasts who regularly post YouTube videos about horror-related topics, including books, films, and fiction writing.
Some of the writers included in this anthology cover horror exclusively. You’ll find them posting creepy photos on Instagram or waxing poetic about the seventies drive-in flick that kept them up all night. Some read widely, only delving into the horror genre occasionally. All are passionate about books and writing.
Joined together by this vibrant, online community of readers and writers, these nineteen authors bring you scary stories from all parts of the globe, proving that fear is universal.
Local Haunts has taken the horror BookTube community’s global influence and shrunk it down into one village of horror and mayhem you’ll not soon forget. Inside these pages are frightening stories from around the globe, telling tales of haunts, monsters, and other terrible things local to each author’s place of residence. Within these pages you’ll find terrifying tales from North America, my own included, joined by terrible happenings in the Australian bushlands, ghosts haunting an old Greek mansion, an abandoned Vietnamese hospital, and a creepy museum, among many other eldritch encounters. From the foreword by Jason White
A Stone’s Throw by Dane Cobain The Gentleman by Ryan Stroud The Salt Hag by CJ Wright Crowthorne by Andrew Lyall Mount Gilead by R. Saint Claire Screen Eight by Michael Taylor Drive Like Hell by Ken Poirier The Mount of Death by Kevin David Anderson The Drifter by James Flynn The Blocked Cellar by Mihalis Georgostathis The Night Watchman by Marie McWilliams Alone Among the Gum Trees by Cam Wolfe Highway to Hell by Nicholas Gray The Room Within by D.L. Tillery Fading Applause in Quintland by Lydia Peever A Full Moon Over Black Star Canyon by Matt Wall Long Buried by E.D. Lewis Darkness Descends by Jason White At the End of the Rope by Cameron Chaney
Cover art by Cameron Roubique
Cryptid CarnageThe call of the wild is an alluring one to many people. The vast wilderness of the forests, lakes, jungles, and beyond are often places of solitude and retreat. They are places to become one with yourself and nature, a safe haven to rest, explore, and marvel at something beyond your daily life.
But can we know what truly lurks in those unexplored reaches of our lands? Can we fathom what living rarities may be hidden in those dark caves, and endless lakes? Can we be certain that the peace we seek can be found as we wander into the unknown reaches of the wild?
The stories assembled here offer you some answers to those questions. But peace is not guaranteed. Nor is safety. Within these pages, you will find solitude, but no place to retreat, and no one to hear you scream. Welcome to the carnage. Explore at your own risk.
1. Packanack Ridge by Joshua MacMillan
2. Peppermint and Spice by Megan Stockton
3. Hunt For Dobhar-Chu by Nat Whiston
4. A Piney's Tale by Laura G. Kaschak
5. Wendigo by Allisha McAdoo
6. God’s Only Begotten Champ by Josh Darling
7. The Last Expedition of the Squatch Squad by Anneliese A. Boyd
8. You pray to the Devil, and He will answer by Thomas K.S. Wake
9. The Princess of Pope Lick by Eric Butler
10. White Sands by P. S. Traum
Come explore Grays Anatomy as he takes you on a journey through the darkest recesses of his mind. Let him show you how things are never what they seem as you explore a dark field, the curious contents of a botched package delivery, an unusual bowling lane and the dark secrets of a wooded campground. Enjoy the journey, many twists and turns are in store!
"A vivid, intense novelette. I had a lot of fun with this one. It's fast, gruesome, and absolutely savage." - Brian Bowyer, Author of Road Harvest, on 'The Woman Shrouded in Flies'
Cade and his best friend Ricardo are Rig-Hands, just trying to collect a paycheck and get by. But one day, their company's massive, record breaking drill breaks down. They learn that the drill is broken, and the oil rig crew must venture deep beneath the ground to retrieve the expensive drill bits that make up the machine. Without them, they cannot drill any further.
What they find underneath the soil was never meant to be seen by human eyes. But that isn't the extent of things.
Something is lurking underground with them, and it isn't too happy with their arrival.
Will Cade and Ricardo survive? Or will they be taken down by ...
THE CHIHUAHUAN CENTIPEDE!
Graymatter is a chilling collection of horror shorts sure to keep you up late. These tales are sure to have something for everyone. So, hold on to your hats while Nicholas Gray rattles the GRAYMATTER in your skull!