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About Thomas Wake
Thomas was born into the harsh winters in the Nordic Finland. Tempered by the shamanic winds, thousand lakes with a thousand stories, the whispers of the birch filled forests, he fell in love with horror at the tender age of 6 when he saw Re-Animator. That led him to search for the source story and that was it. Cosmic horror wrapped it’s nebulous tentacles around his imagination and it has been feeding it ever since.
Consuming book after book, he realized his dream; to be a writer. And that dream has guided him his entire life.
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They say that third time’s a charm and for the third installment of the Books of Horror community Anthology, it’s a fact. With well over seventy stories submitted, there was just too much content for a single book. Volume 3 is being brought to you in two parts. You’ll find the book(s) you’re about to read filled with tales of horror that span the genre, crafted by veteran authors, as well as first time writers.
Bella Dean Joyner
Nikki R. Leigh
Thomas R. Clark
G. Nicholas Miranda
Lee Allen Howard
Justin M. Woodward
Shawn W. Foley
Thomas K.S Wake
Kevin J. Kennedy
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.
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.
Tremble as you rediscover the darkness that came before, the darkness that could eat the world. Within these pages gods of fable, creatures of lore, and ancient rituals have been brought back to life in over two hundred drabbles of exactly one hundred words each.
Delve into the madness created by award-winning horror and fiction authors from around the world. We dare you to remember the fear of the unknown, and to dive headfirst into ancient mysteries.
The old gods have awoken, and with them lose chaos will reign again.
Alice de Sampaio
Amber M. Simpson
C. Marry Hultman
David A.F. Brown
Emma K. Leadley
Heidi Ann Willits
Heinrich von Wolfcastle
Joel R. Hunt
Joshua E. Borgmann
K. B. Elijah
Kerry E.B. Black
Kevin J. Kennedy
Mark Anthony Smith
Matthew A Clarke
Michael D. Nadeau
S. C. Morgan
Sean P. Chatterton
Stacey Jaine McIntosh
Willem V Much
Volume II continues the tradition of bizarre, extreme, and subversive stories from leaders in the genre.
Mutant gators, occult sex ceremonies, aliens, Eskimos, and more are waiting to infect your mind. The anthology also includes the winning story from the 2021 KIllerCon Gross-Out Contest and a brutal haiku from Ryan Dyer of Metal Sucks.
Explore a world of hyperintensive horror without limits!
What miracles can more than one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
The Keeper by Edward Ahern
Wolf Calls by Michael Arnold
Pack Business by Stephanie J. Bardy
The New Boyfriend by James Bates
The Werewolf of Hollywood by Steve Carr
Cry of the Wolf by Dawn DeBraal
What the Humans Hath Made by T. Fox Dunham.
Watson and the Werewolf by Melissa Ridley Elmes
Lab Wolves by Jeffrey Armadillo Forker
Under the Quarantine Moon by Chip Jett
Muddy-Paws by Michelle Lowe
Jack and Whitechapel's White Wolf by Matt Lucas
Elizabeth by David K. Montoya
Second Turn on the Left by Patrick F. Murphy
The Truth About Josh by Andy Rausch
The Rider by Bruce Rowe
Date Night by Alan Russo
Muddy Waters by Jenna Sparks
Night Song by Thomas K.S Wake
The Hunter and the Hunted by Jeff R. Young
Bestselling editor Rebecca Rowland (Unburied: A Collection of Queer Dark Fiction) and Dark Ink Books (Savini, Unmasked: The True Life Story of the World's Most Prolific Cinematic Killer) present a unique anthology of monster, folk, paranormal, and psychological horror as glimpsed through the lens of the latchkey generation. In this assortment of spine-chilling tales, twenty-two voices shine a strobe light on the cultural demons that lurked in the background while they came of age in the heyday of Satanic panic and slasher flicks, milk carton missing and music television, video rentals and riot grrrls.
These Gen-X storytellers once stayed out unsupervised until the streetlights came on, and what they brought home with them will terrify you.
Featuring brand new fiction from Kevin David Anderson, Glynn Owen Barrass, Matthew Barron, C.D. Brown, Matthew Chabin, L.E. Daniels, C.O. Davidson, Douglas Ford, Phil Ford, Holly Rae Garcia, Dale W. Glaser, Tim Jeffreys, Derek Austin Johnson, Eldon Litchfield, Adrian Ludens, Elaine Pascale, Erica Ruppert, Kristi Petersen Schoonover, Rob Smales, Mark Towse, Thomas Vaughn, and Thomas K.S. Wake.
"Brimming with insightful storytelling and haunting scares, Generation X-ed proves there are no slackers in this eclectic collection of latchkey horror writers." -Daily Dead
In my official capacity as secretary for the Brotherhood, I have been tasked with the dubious honour of finally revealing the mind-bending truth behind the series of atrocities that started in 1887 with the Rainham Mystery and ostensibly ended in 1889 with the discovery of the Pinchin Street Torso. During those nightmarish years, the citizens of the capital were in the grip of a terror hitherto unknown during peacetime. I am now in possession of all the facts and can finally reveal who—or rather what—was behind these savage murders.
The following is a factual account of what truly happened during the reign of terror of both The Thames Torso Murderer and the most famous serial killer in history, Jack the Ripper. I fully understand that what you are about to read will strain credibility, but ask yourself this: Is it any more outlandish than the tales of vengeful midwives, murderous authors, and royal conspiracies that have been doing the rounds for these past 133-plus years?
What many don’t realise is that there were more than one series of murders taking place at the same time during the latter part of the nineteenth century. The lesser-known, but no less grisly, torso murders have often been mixed up and added to Jack’s tally, but—as you will see—there were two distinct forces at work that held the fate of not just London or The British Empire but the whole world in their blood-soaked hands. A war was taking place on the grimy streets of the East End that only a select few knew of and survived with their bodies and sanity intact.
In these pages, you will hear tales of ghastly crimes, deprivation, terror, and insanity. For over a century, a select few have been in charge of the facts, and it has been decided that now, in 2021 when humanity finds itself at its weakest and most vulnerable, to finally let the cat out of the bag. We fear that another attack may be on the horizon. The stars are almost right again. Most of these documents have been locked away in the official files of my organisation. Though others had somehow found themselves into the hands of a writer of weird fiction in Prohibition-era Rhode Island, I fear that the mystery of how or why the writer ended up with them may never have an answer. They recently came to light at a literary auction in Massachusetts and finally filled in some of the blanks.
Some of you will believe this to be a work of fiction. Just one more clever hoax in a field of study littered with them. I will fully understand if some of you deem myself and the group that I proudly represent a bunch of crackpot conspiracy theorists. This will be hard for most of you to believe and, had I not seen the proof, I would have scoffed at the madness of it all: The truth is often too much for the human brain to digest.
I entreat you to go into this tome with an open mind. For, as we shall see, the truth of the Whitechapel Murders is far stranger than fiction.
Stuart MacKinnon, Brotherhood of Tamesis, January 2021
Cellars that lead to torture chambers.
Houses are not always homes.
Those we love the most have a dark side and in this first collection it will be made plainly clear that no secret is safe. Read about abusive parents, generational curses and shameful relatives in this terrifying anthology that brings out the worst in all of us.
Be sure to check out the second collection so that your family can revel in the darkness festering inside their souls.
Featuring Authors: Alanna Robertson-Webb
Amber M. Simpson
C. Marry Hultman
Joshua E. Borgmann
Matthew A. Clarke
Elias A. G
Whether we recognize it over not, they are the masters over this world.
With so many creepy crawlies, our amazing group of award winning horror authors saw fit to give you a double dose of insectophobia with takes including
A Worm King, a college facility that tests the effects of a new sting, a town overrun with deadly cicadas, a husband's guilty conscience, and many others.
All of these stories are guaranteed to give you the creeps and force you to fight the urge to itch.
Let them get under your skin.
Volume 2 of Death and Butterflies
Featuring Stories By:
Jeremy Megargee, Amanda Steel, Mark Towse, R.J. Romero, Mark Towse, Mark Mackey, Nick Moore, Adam Davies, Martin Eastland, Charlotte O'Farrell, Kyle Harrison, Tor Anders Ulven, Michele Freeman, Bill Davidson, Wendy Roberts, Raven Carluk, Jason Hayashi, Kelly Childress, Sarah Doebereiner, Thomas Baker, Micah Castle, Jodee Stanley, Ariana Ferrante, Riley Odell, Dan McKeithan, Ariel Rubio, Vonnie Winslow Crist ,Joel Hunt,Dan McKeithan