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About Carlton Herzog
Carlton Herzog publishes supernatural horror, science fiction and crime stories, as well as non-ficiton. His fiction portrays characters who are outsiders to ordinary life. Filled with strange terrors and brutal absurdities, his writing bends reality until it cracks. He is a USAF veteran with B.A. magna cum laude and J.D. from Rutgers. He served as Articles Editor of the Rutgers Law Review.
He had this to say about writing: “Writing is to the mind what exercise is to the body. I love the process from start to finish. Editorial acceptance, monetary remuneration, and public approval are nothing when compared with the irreplaceable feeling of personal accomplishment. Writing is a stroll through the insubstantial country of my mind. A land where I can see reflections of myself that are more me than anything I can find in a mirror or the eyes of others. it is an introcosm where I am truly free to see what I have done and yet may do, home to all my disappointments and discoveries, rememberings and reveries."
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We follow that with another tale of political intrigue on Mars, after which unfolds an account of a horrific supernatural revenge. Astronauts on the moon find an unexpected mystery. A man is accused of betrayal by his undead father. A new drug proves to be more trouble than it’s worth. A troubled teenager attempts a necromantic ritual with astonishing success. And a guardian demon despairs of his charge. Finally, we review another novel from the New Edge of Sword and Sorcery: For Blood, Glory and Plunder by Rob Mancebo.
The twenty stories featured in this anthology have been selected after careful consideration. Each story is set in its own independent world. So this single book is your ticket to twenty diverse lands where mind-bending things happen.
Speculative Fiction is a vast genre, but we have got delicacies from almost every subgenre. We have got AI, magic, talking monkeys, time travel, oppressive governments, ancient temples, weird futuristic tech…even aliens! These short stories (btw none of them are very short) are some really serious works of art. And since this is an anthology, you'll get to meet a bunch of some really terrific authors.
Download the sample, and if you like it, hop on to this amazing journey. It will be a memorable one.
The stories featured:
A Door For Miriam by Jeff Sullins
The Hidden Entity by John Campbell
Monaro Goes On A Walkabout by Steve Carr
The Runners by Lorenzo Crescentini
Blood Of The Swan by Vonnie Winslow Crist
The Wizards Of Snails And Woodlice by David Donachie
The Garden by James Dorr
Camp Napanoo by Angelique Fawns
Checkpoint by Elana Gomel
Undo by John Haas
The Monkey's Tale by Carlton Herzog
Dark Wings by Tom Jolly
The Alien Emissary by Shawn Klimek
Dottie by W. T. Paterson
Full Integration by Sophie Jupillat Posey
Beyond The Spires by Frank Sawielijew
Abrama's End Game by David Shultz
Sunbringer by Abiran Raveenthiran
The Gale At Quiet Cove by Austin Worley
Food For The Moon by Todd Zack
Or, how about feeling the unbridled horror of having doctors perform macabre medical procedures on you while you lie helplessly upon their theater table? Prepare yourself to face these terrors, and so many, many more, that skulk silently within these pages...
No theme, no boundaries, no limits - just Bloody Good Horror...
35 Blood-chilling tales from:
Ken Goldman, Carlton Herzog, Lamont A. Turner,
Matt Martinek, J Louis Messina, Drew Nicks,
Shannon Hollinger, Paul Miller, Kevin Hollaway, Connie Lee, Rizwan Asad, Tim Mendees, Craig Bullock, Davis Pratt, Kenneth Amenn, Adam Armstrong, J.A. Taylor,
Paul Lubaczewski, Eddie Spohn, A.D. Graves, P.S. Traum, D’Monic Boris Lee, R. Wayne Gray, Lauren Jane Barnett, Marvin Brown, Paul M Clark, Janelle Seabock, Victoria Dalpe, Gerri R. Gray, Spyder Collins, Robert Allen Lupton,
Hugh McStay, John Ryland, N.A. Battaglia, and Ariana Ferrante
Feet is Colp’s tenth collection (ten books, ten toes), and it is great that we were able to feature several stories that were not horror-based or pieces of speculative fiction.
Stories, poems, reviews and art from:
David A Riley
Lee Clark Zumpe
Avery Kit Malone
Kieran Dacey Boylan
Ngo Binh Anh Khoa
Kevin L O’Brien
John M. McCormick
John C Adams
Sandro D. Fossemò
Glynn Owen Barrass
Steven J. Alvarez
In our spine-chilling homage to the late, great Dennis Wheatley and the inimitable Hammer Horror films spawned from his works, HellBound Books presents twenty superlatively satanic stories guaranteed to have you fearing for your very soul?
A whole host of Hell's denizens skulk within these pages, waiting with growing impatience for brave of heart - or the relentlessly foolhardy - to make their otherworldly acquaintance, so please, do venture inside.If you dare?
Featuring hellish tales from: L. G. Merrick, Henry Myllylä, Alan Derosby, A.K. McCarthy, Brian James Lewis, C. C. Parker, Chisto Healy, Leo J. Winters, R.C. Mulhare, Henry Myllylä, Glen Damien Campbell, Nathan Blake, Gerald Dean Rice, Ricki Whatley, Carlton Herzog, Len M. Ruth, Vivian Kasley, Carson Demmans, Mark Towse, and Alexander Marais
Lovecraftiana: the Magazine of Eldritch Horror - Halloween 2021
Featuring the works of
Steven J. Alvarez
Lee Clark Zumpe
Mike T Lyddon
Existence proves unpredictable for one nameless man. Colin is horrified to learn that the woman he once killed has returned to work. Guy wreaks vengeance on a futuristic gameshow. One man spends his life fettered to another. A mirror demon exerts an unhealthy influence over Daniel. Pizza wars break out all along the East Side. Ows awaits his creditors on the Bridge. And Mummy makes a comforting declaration.
We’ve all had them, those special dates with someone brand new, someone who just might be the yin to our yang, that vital missing piece of our lonely heart…
So goes the eternal gamble, the endless game of romance roulette, in which we earnestly wear our hearts upon our sleeves in the thin hope of discovering our soulmate and lay bare our inner selves to find all-elusive true love.
But, for some, that potential soulmate can very quickly become the Devil in disguise, and, boy howdy, how attractive and inherently deceitful those nefarious facades can be!
Here, we deliver for your delectation twenty-one such tales - read them with caution, and thank all that is heavenly it’s not you on these particular Dates from Hell…
Featuring art by Jim Pitts
and Karolina Mochniej
Stories and poems by Ngo Binh Anh Koa
John M McCormick
Rickey Rivers Jr
Maxwell I Gold
Tim J Finn
Matthew David Roe
Vincent H O’Neill
David A Riley
Brian K Lowe
and Moeed Kashif