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About Adam Millard
Adam Millard is the author of twenty-six novels, thirteen novellas, and more than two hundred short stories, which can be found in various collections, magazine, and anthologies. Probably best known for his post-apocalyptic fiction, Adam also writes fantasy/horror for children and Bizarro fiction for several publishers. His work has recently been translated for the German market.
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Titles By Adam Millard
H. P. LOVECRAFT
JOHN LINWOOD GRANT
S. L. EDWARDS
and TOM LYNCH
Cover art by Lucas Korte
Interior illustrations by Fufu Fruenwahl
Edited by Scott R Jones
Martian Migraine Press: The Best Kind of Headache
A selection of some of the finest horror writers of today were invited by Matt Shaw to bring him their twisted tales for this anthology. A book put together with the sole purpose of reminding readers what the horror genre is really about. Each author was told they could write about any subject matter they wanted so long as it was set in a world of horror. The only rule they had: No Paranormal Romance. Vampires do not sparkle, werewolves do not date, Witches do not scour Tinder for Virgins and ghosts do not declare their undying love whilst tidying the apartment... This is horror...
Featuring work from:
Introduction - Matt Shaw
Brian Lumley - The Cyprus Shell
Ramsey Campbell - Again
Sam West - Survival
J R Park - Mary
Peter McKeirnon - Doll Face
Andrew Freudenberg - A Taste of Mercy
Mason Sabre - Chocolate
Shaun Hutson - The Contract
Anton Palmer - Dead-Eyed Dick
Wrath James White - Beast Mode
Shane McKenzie - Dewey Davenport
Tonia Brown - Zolem
Graeme Reynolds - The Pit
Adam L.G. Nevill - Hippocampus
Gary McMahon - You Can Go Now
Ryan Harding - Down There
Matt Shaw - Letter From Hell
Matt Hickman - Eye For An Eye
Daniel Marc Chant - Three Black Dogs
Amy Cross - Checkout
Kit Power - Loco Parentis
Adam Millard - In The Family
Guy N. Smith - The Priest Hole
Jaime Johnesee - Just Breathe
Craig Saunders - Raintown Sam
Michael Bray - The End Is Where You’ll Find It
Jeff Strand - Don’t Make Fun Of The Haunted House
Mark Cassell - Trust Issues
Paul Flewitt - The Silent Invader
Clare Riley Whitfield - The Clay Man
Jim Goforth - Animus
Brian Lumley - The Deep-Sea Conch
Chris Hall - Afterword
F*ck the Rules features rule-bending stories from writing masters such as Guy N. Smith, Richard Chizmar, Adam Millard, Antonio Simon, Jr., Suzanne Fox, and more. Find out what happens when you throw your middle fingers up and defy those who hold you down.
and paedophiles, Shane had managed to survive his three years in one piece. With parole just around the corner, and his wife and daughter at home awaiting
his return, Shane has high-hopes for the future.
When a new inmate is brought in, carrying with him a deadly virus, Shane soon realises that his plans, his release, and his very survival are in jeopardy.
With the virus spreading, turning guards and inmates into flesh-eating zombies, it's up to a few survivors to figure out how to escape the facility, how to get along...
...and how to stay alive.
A gang of twelve-year-old boys are trick-or-treating in London. Off in the distance, they hear the discordant chimes of an ice-cream truck. It seems strange to hear on a cold autumnal night, but their thoughts of maximizing their candy haul soon dismissed its incongruous melody… until they saw the rusting hulk idling in the shadows at the end of the street, its driver a faceless shadow.
That was the night he took one of them.
Years later, Halloween is fast approaching and Tom Craven is still haunted by the events of that dark night, especially the fact that their friend was never found. Increasingly plagued by horrific visions, Tom returns to the place where it all began, only to discover he's not the only one who can feel it. His friends have already arrived and are preparing for a battle which could get them all killed.
The Ice Cream Man is back… and he’s come for the ones that got away.
EyeCue Productions has brought together some of the brightest names in independent horror, to shock, scare and frighten you. With a diverse range of stories, there is something for everyone inside. Not only will this anthology keep you entertained for hours, you'll also get a nice warm glow inside, knowing that you've helped a charity.
Contains original work and reprints from:
Alice J. Black
Duncan P. Bradshaw
L de Clifford
Kayleigh Marie Edwards
David Owain Hughes
Benedict J Jones
Damien Angelica Walters
Delve inside these pages, and pray that you don't become...Trapped Within.
A high powered CEO undertakes a highly unusual therapy to take his career to the next level…
A mother frantically searches for the child as the world burns…
Featuring new fiction by Adam Millard, Matt Shaw, Bracken MacLeod, John Boden, Duncan Ralston, Rich Hawkins, Glenn Rolfe, George Daniel Lea, Tim Curran, WD Gagliani & Dave Benton and Kristopher Rufty.
A charity anthology.
Edited by Jack Bantry & Kit Power
And all through the town,
Not a soul stirred,
No one dared make a sound…
Welcome to Deathlehem, where…
… Krampus, not Santa, brings the holiday cheer…
… the lights on the tree, so festive and bright, skitter and crawl and possess a lethal bite…
… malicious little elves, not a jolly one, know if you’ve been naughty—or nice…
… family gatherings often turn deadly.
So enter… if you dare.
A collection of 23 holiday horrors benefiting the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
Table of Contents
One of His Own — Catherine Grant
Christmas Wine — Matt Cowan
Home for the Holidays — D. Alexander Ward
The Ghosts of Christmas Past — Richard Farren Barber
Deck the Halls — Chantal Boudreau
All I Want for Christmas — Raymond Gates
You Better Watch Out — Randy Lindsay
Saint Nick Sticks — Peter White
With Their Eyes All Aglow — Jeff C. Carter
Shop Till You Drop — Michael McCarty & Mark McLaughlin
The Antiphon — John Boden
A Christmas to Remember — JP Behrens
It’s the Most Wonderful Crime of the Year — Nicky Peacock
Krampusnacht — Ben McElroy
Lots of Love, Uncle Billy — Adam Millard
You’d Better Watch Out — Mark Onspaugh
Santa Claws is Coming to Town — Rob Ferreri
Riley and the Big Man — BC Jackson
Ornaments — Christopher Miron
Holiday Icon — Michael Thomas-Knight
Christmas in the Snow — Rose Blackthorn
Silent Night — Liam Hogan
Special Delivery — Simon Bradley
An otherworldly artist finds beauty in man’s depravity…
One woman’s therapy session frees more than just memories…
A fertility ritual delivers more than just an abundant harvest…
The ultimate hot sauce proves to be too much for one man…
An obsession with dreams pushes one woman over the edge…
… and many more!
Krampus is pissed at Santa after lending him his snowblower and never getting it back. His punishment? To build a Human Santapede long enough to stretch around The Land of Christmas, and at its helm, the jolly fat man himself. Can Santa - aided by his best foreman, Finklefoot - get his elves back, defeat Krampus, and save Christmas before it is too late, or will Krampus succeed in creating the ghastliest single-file organism the North Pole has ever seen?
Ho-Ho-Holy Shit, things are about to get messy...
But in '78, after being outwitted by that year's 'final girl', Pigface found himself trapped (and a little bit on fire). Presumed dead, Larry Travers disappeared, but his legend lived on.
It's 2014. Now living in the woods with his overbearing - and slightly antique - mother, Larry's old enough to play bingo and enjoy jigsaw puzzles without feeling guilty. But the urge to kill has returned, and Larry thinks he still has what it takes to be a homicidal lunatic.
Pigface is back. Trouble is, he's not as young as he used to be...