by Kevin Davison
- The Flight of The Hawk
by Jerine P. Watson
- Running with Moose and Other Stories
by Dave Folsom
- Blood Moon
by Robert H. Tempest
- The Unforgiving Highway
by Rhonda Wallace
- Duh, Fried & Zombified
by Johnny X. Graves (Pen Name For Ryan Miller)
- Written In Blood
by Theresa M. Moore
- PURE BLOODS, Origins
by Jenna Raven
- Obscurities of the Heart
by Irenia Guajardo
by Christina Hamlett
- The House
- by Aaron Kruse
“They say the dead don’t rest without a marker.”
– High Plains Drifter
What is the true nature of Hell?
Why do some go to Purgatory?
Must everybody pass through the nether realms?
Sometimes the dead don’t rest, especially when they have unfinished business among the living. If a debt is owed, the dead can sometimes make a deal to come back and collect.
What they pay for the chance depends on how badly they want to win.
But in a deal with the devil, you never really know all the details.
And you never win.
- Fresh Meat
- by Jc Gallacher
A CHILLING COLLECTION OF FULL ON, IN-YOUR-FACE UNCENSORED HORROR STORIES TOLD BY HORROR MEISTER, BLOODHEART. NOT FOR THE WEAK OR FAINT HEARTED OR THOSE WITH A SENSITIVE DISPOSITION.
BLOODHEART DISPLAYS HIS GHASTLY HORROR LIKE A BUTCHER PROUDLY DISPLAYING HIS FRESH MEAT!
YOU WANT HORROR THAT UNNERVES AND UNSETTLES YOU? THEN BUY FRESH MEAT NOW!
- Fresh Meat
- by Jc Gallacher
Welcome to a nightmare world where the most horrible things can and do happen. If you like your horror pure, uncensored and undiluted...then this writer is for you!
We introduce Bloodheart, a modern master of the horror genre who boldly showcases all that is taboo and unwelcome, Not for the weak hearted or sensitive natured his debut novel Fresh Meat, is an 'in your face' collection of short horror.
Ideal for reading in the graveyard by torchlight or on the move in the hearse, this is the ideal bone-chiller for guys and ghouls!
- Blood Moon: The Cursed Kiss
- by Robert H. Tempest
Hancox and Granger return to tackle a new threat to Norfolk. Vampires. Since Granger lost his powers when the curse was lifted, the task is different now. Thankfully he still has some of the werewolf’s senses, which will come in useful.
Hancox gets a new sergeant to replace Jim Darby and some help from an unusual source, while an old face appears from the inspector’s past, which lands him in a heap of trouble.
A sequel to Blood Moon. Detective Mike Hancox and John Granger return to hunt down an unnatural killer. When bodies turn up drained of blood, Hancox’s first reaction is to think a vampire could be responsible for the carnage. Normally such an idea would be fantasy, but knowing that werewolves exist, obviously vampires would do as well.
Hancox remembers his father, who was also a police officer; mention a strange case during World War II. At the time, his father was tracking down a serial killer during the Blitz and when he was finally cornered, Hancox's dad watched him, caught on barbed wire, burn up as the dawn light came over the horizon.
Somehow Hancox thinks the two cases are connected and races against time to hunt the killer down before more bodies turn up.
- The Devil's Hand
- by Irenia Guajardo
Sylvia feels trapped in a nightmare with no escape, until she hears the comforting voice of her grandmother. Even upon escaping the nightmare back to reality. Was her grandmother's prayers enough to break the curse and keep the devil away from taking her soul to hell?