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About Callum Pearce
Callum Pearce is a Dutch storyteller, originally from Liverpool.
Lover of the magical as well as the macabre. He lives in a foggy old fishing town in the Netherlands with his husband and a couple of cat shaped sprites.
Starting to appear in all of the best short story and drabble collections. Much more to come.
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Writers from around the world have come together to deliver stories and rhymes that are guaranteed to make you want to hide under the covers at bedtime.
You’ll be checking under your bed, propping things against your closet door, and keeping your windows locked tight.
From scary squirrels to bothersome banshees. This book has them all. Each story is scarier than the last. Only the bravest young people will make it to the end.
Featuring amazing stories or rhymes from:
Brian MacDonald, Charlotte Langtree, Lynne Phillips, Nicole little, Dawn DeBraal, Renata Pavrey, L. T. Emery, Andy Henderson, Gary Rubidge, John Clewarth and Callum Pearce
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
Two golden ages collide in this celebration of cosmic horror and classic British comedy.
Before the Karma Sutra there was The Nookienomicon, a book so insidious that it brought more than mere titillation... it brought terror!
Follow the path of madness wrought by this dreadful tome from the Hyborian Age to the present day as it spreads its influence, and its tentacles, throughout history. Join Kolon the Barbarian, Annie Mater, the insufferable Professor Feeley and a host of other bungling characters as they strive to halt the influence of the book and the abominations it summons.
From the gambrel roofed streets of Arkham and the decaying wharves of Innsmouth to Paris, Spain and the dusty halls of hallowed British institutions, one thing can be certain, wherever the Nookienomicon is found, it will bring insanity and hilarity.
Eight side-splitting and sanity-shredding tales of the expanded Cthulhu Mythos by:
Ella Ann, David Green, S.O Green, Chris Hewitt, Tim Mendees, Beth W. Patterson,
Callum Pearce & Robert Poyton
Travellin' Light by Bec Lewis
Something to Fall Back On by Beth W. Patterson
Old Jack by Callum Pearce
Supply Run by Chris Bannor
Pouls Life by Christopher T. Dabrowski
Pin the Bunny by D.J. Elton
Standing Stones by David Bowmore
Brush Your Teeth by Galina Trefil
Charlie's Grave by Galina Trefil
Secrets Never Die by J.W. Garrett
Yesterday is Dead and Gone by Joshua E. Borgmann
Ghost Ship by McKenzie Richardson
The Boy by Stephen Herczeg
Purgatory by Ximena Escobar
Wings of Death by Zoey Xolton
THIS BOOK DOES NOT INCLUDE A FREE SET OF STICKERS
100 Word Horrors: Book 4 brings you over one hundred new drabbles from a wealth of horror authors. Some new, some old, but all great. Each and every one of us hope you have a blast with the final instalment in the series.
Included between the pages:
Adam Light - No Time Like the Present
Alanna Robertson-Webb - U R Next
Amber M. Simpson - The Old Man
Andrew Lennon - Cinema
Andrew Lennon - Motivation
Andrew Lennon - The Wave
Ann Christine Tabaka - Water World
Ann-Christine Tabaka - The Children of Earth
Billy San Juan - My Sincerest Apologies to any Innocent Victims
Callum Pearce - Cats
Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer - Haunted House
Chad Lutzke - Shingles on a Graham-Cracker Roof
Chloe Lennon - Hunger Pains
C.M. Saunders - Louie's Room
Constanze Scheib - Sanatorium
Darren Tarditi - The Hunter
David Owain Hughes - Books-A-Million
David Owain Hughes - The Golden Sticker
Dawn DeBraal - Cannibal
Dawn DeBraal - Revived
Dawn DeBraal - Road Kill
Eddie D. Moore - Hide and Seek
Ellen A. Easton - Every Fifty Years the Roots Need Blood
Eric J. Guignard - Misadventures of an Aggrieved Recluse
Evans Light - Getting Carried Away
Evans Light - Swing Low
Evans Light - This Little Piggy
Gary McDonough - Curiosity
Greg Bennett - Tiny Terrors
Harris Coverley - Coins
Howard Carlyle - The Theatre of Screams
J. C. Michael - Domestic Bliss
J. C. Michael - Spectrum
Jacek Wilkos - Lair
Jack Lothian - Diamond Lake Killer
Jack Lothian - The Guest Room
Jackk N. Killington - Zombie
Jason Parent - Shape in the Dark
Joe X Young - Believe in Me
Joe X Young - Panto Season
Joel R Hunt - Mister Mushroom
Joel R Hunt - The Transylvania Box
John Boden - Meal
Josh A. Murphy - Slithering
Julian J. Guignard - Molly's Wedding
Kevin Cathy - Inescapable
Kevin Cathy - The Coffin
Kevin J. Kennedy - Missing Halloween
Kevin J. Kennedy - Wrath of the Old Ones
Kevin Wetmore - Chiaroscuro Morning
Kevin Wetmore - Take the Long Way Home
Lee Franklin - Feed the Beast
Lee Franklin - You Look Prettier When You Smile
Lee Mountford - Choke
Lee Mountford - Predator
Mark Cassell - New Home
Mark Steensland - Stop
Matthew A Clarke - Worth It
Micah Castle - Inescapable End
N.M. Brown - Extra-Curricular Clone
Nerisha Kemraj - Asylum
Nerisha Kemraj - Mine
P.J. Blakey-Novis - A Friend for Ellie
P.J. Blakey-Novis - Captive
Paul D. Brazill - Swamplands
Regina Kenney - Fantasy
RJ Meldrum - Livestock
RJ Meldrum - Phantom
RJ Meldrum - Summer Snow
Robin Braid - Blood in the Moonlight
Robin Braid - Undead Champion
Ron Davis - The Job Interview
Ross Baxter - Eternal Life
Ross Jeffery - Poached Egg
Russell Smeaton - Bus Home
Ryan Colley - Cattle
Ryan Colley - Memory Stick
Ryan Colley - Ride-Hailing
Sheldon Woodbury - A Prison Inside Us
Sheldon Woodbury - The Museum of Horrors
Simon Cluett - Lanterns
Stacey Jaine McIntosh - Blood and Bone
Steve Stred - Open Call
Steve Stred - Terra
Terry Miller – To Feed a Monster
Theresa Jacobs - Armageddon
Timothy Friesenhahn - Hair
Timothy Friesenhahn - I
Tina Piney - Awaken to Death <
Racked by riots and ruled by corporations, London has grown to house over twenty-million people. Its limits stretch across the south-west of England.
Pollution chokes the skyline, hiding the stratoscrapers of The Mile, London’s exclusive centre, from sight; though its gaudy neon signs penetrate the smog.
Corporations rule after the collapse of the mid-2000s. The NHS, under strain from underfunding and the barrage of pandemics, chemical attacks and terrorism, found itself sold off, piece by piece, to the highest bidder. The augmentation companies moved in; buying what they liked. The National Health Bank rose, supplemented by other privatised care centers.
The augmented account for 85% of the population. AdTechnika rules the roost: the world’s leading, and most elite, company.
Others like Pegasus and Amexicorp have their share of the market, while Chikara’s cheap tech exploits the poor, downtrodden and needy as they prop up the NHB. It’s cheaper that way. The poor get sick, their limbs fail. Take away their organs, replace them with something better. Stronger.
Who cares how human they are?
London is a powder-keg: change is in the air, its great-unwashed are unhappy with their lot and worried for the future—Scotland is a frozen wasteland, earthquakes devastate the globe and AdTechnika drones patrol the unpredictable skies.
Riots rack the city. The Brotherhood of the Flesh battle the Children of the Bionic God for the hearts and minds of the streets. Black markets thrive, and illegal fighting rings do sound business. Place your fingers on London’s mechanical pulse, and you’ll detect a skip in its rhythm.
Over it all, AdTechnika watches, a cybernetic spider surveying its web. They see all. They know all. In London 2113, anything can happen in twenty-four hours.
Zero Hour approaches.
Science fiction, a sub-genre of speculative fiction, explores the impact of actual or imagined science on our lives, employing elements that are probably alien—both literally and theoretically—to the discerning reader intoxicated not only by the unknown but also in the knowledge that it’s ultimately about humankind.
Here, in exactly 500 words, authors explore worlds and species yet to be discovered.
Little Blue Men by Beth W. Patterson
Rogue Explorer Six by Brandi Hicks
Spinal Tap by Brandi Hicks
Voyager Probe Lost by Bruce Markuson
Hostile Waters by C.A. Goodwin
First and Last Contact by Callum Pearce
Suffer the Little Children by Callum Pearce
First Act of War by Chris Bannor
Snip! by Chris Hewitt
Turning the Lights Off by Chris Hewitt
Dead Planet by David Green
Dreaming of a Storm by David Green
We Meet Again by Dawn DeBraal
Compliance is Required by Eric Butler
Vigour by Erik Handy
Circles by Helen Merrick
Strangers by Ian Fortey
It Started with the ‘Mids by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
The Signal by Jodi Jensen
Last Seen Swearing by John H. Dromey
Peace on Earth by Joshua D. Taylor
They Came on the Rain by Joshua E. Borgmann
Soldiers by Karen Bayly
Python Approach by Kimberly Rei
The Wreckage by Lance Dale
Manna from Heaven by Lynne Phillips
Invasion by Maxine Churchman
The Gift from Above by Michelle Brett
The Scout by Patrick Winters
Unmistakable by Ransom Wall
The Light by Stephen Herczeg
They Came from Nowhere by Trey Stone
Featuring Authors Alanna Webb
Amber M. Simpson
C. Marry Hultman
Joshua E. Borgmann
Mark Anthony Smith
and N.M. Brown
Tales of majesty and the Crown have enthralled us all for centuries.
Here, in exactly 500 words, authors regale us with their insights into matters of royal record with stories of awakening Storm Queens wreaking havoc over kingdoms, of magic, of mayhem, of goblins and royal revenge.
Whether glamourous and alluring, or despotic and cruel…heavy is the crown.
The Devil by Abiran Raveenthiran
The Left Turn by Adri M. Persad
A Queen’s Bluff by Andrea L. Staum
The Vital Ingredient by Callum Pearce
Soldier and Servant by Carrie Gessner
Black-Blood by Chris Bannor
A Knight’s Sacrifice by Chris Hewitt
A Queen’s Sacrifice by Chris Hewitt
The Midnight Lands by Dale Parnell
Last Mistake by David Green
The Chosen One by David Green
The Revivalists by Dawn DeBraal
Beauty is Deadly by Destiny Eve Pifer
Counterfeit Tears by Diana Allgair
The King is Dead by Eric Butler
I’ll Love Them, Too by Gabriella Balcom
Rumours by Gabriella Balcom
Transformations by Georgia Atkin
The Hanged Woman by Hari Navarro
Homecoming by J.W. Garrett
Stone Hearts by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
The Great White Oak by Jodi Jensen
A Few Degrees by Joshua D. Taylor
More Than Guesswork by K.B. Elijah
Sleeping Beauty by K.T. Tate
The Bath Girl by Kaity Muse
Honest Gwen by L.T. Emery
Forgotten Tempest by Laurie Bis
Poisoned Fruit, Poisoned Reign by Leanbh Pearson
Clipped by Luis Manuel Torres
Tithe by Maggie D. Brace
Bejan Tower by Meera Dandekar
Eyes of a Queen by Megan Willette
Succession by Michelle Brett
You Will See by Patrick J. Gallagher
Dominion by Patrick Winters
Bloodlust Blade by Peter J. Foote
Matters of State by Raven Corinn Carluk
The Traitor Queen by S.O. Green
The Price of Vengeance by Sarah Matthews
Curse of the Demon Lord by Shawn M.
Hallmark meets paranormal romance in this Valentine's Day anthology! Love is in the air in the quaint Vermont town of Bones Hollow, a place full of romance, mystery, and...monsters? The ghostly owner of Betwixt Cafe and his cursed and often-dying boyfriend; Lilith, the succubus, and elected mayor, along with her hot assistant and his unknown supernatural powers; local DJ Jazz Rocksteady, the vamp with the golden voice; witchy Pepper and her Little Witch daughter, Aggie; hunky handyman Harrison who could turn on a muffin if he smiled at it; loner Hattie and her well full of wonder and wishes...
Meet these and more in the quirky, not-so-quiet town tucked away in New England—home to a menagerie of beings, their lives intertwining in this collection of romantic short stories.
- Paige rents a cottage on the outskirts of town, only to discover she's not there alone. Haunted by a phantom lesbian? They might be the most normal couple in town.
- KJ Yuen isn’t looking for love, but he certainly knows how to profit from it from those who are. When a last minute cancelation leaves an open spot in the fundraising Date Auction he's organizing, KJ has to find an eligible bachelor to pull on some heart strings. But he might find himself in for more than he bargained for.
- A strange distance is building between Lochlan and Rome. With Valentine’s Day creeping up, Lochlan has to decide whether to pretend things are fine or open up and have a real conversation with the man he loves, no matter how scary the answers to his questions might be.
- When werewolf Mason rescues a human girl from a stalker, he must face something far more frightening than a guy with a knife: telling the truth about himself.
- Indiana Jones wannabe Rutherford Anguile III has finally found the artifact he's searched for his entire adult life. But everything has a price. Will he be willing to pay it?
But Hotel Evil is more than a movie. Within these pages are the documented stories of the 13 cast and crew members and the horrors they suffered within those walls.
Dare you peer into the windows and pass through the doors into the Piedmont Hotel? Let your curiosity be your guide and book your reservation.
Welcome to Hotel Evil...enjoy your stay.