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It Calls From the Sea is an all-original anthology of twenty brutal tales of horror from the deep blue sea.
Prepare to die. The sea awakens.
Eerie River brings you another round of insatiable thrills. There is no end to the terrors we have in store and there is nowhere left to hide.
Within the Mariana Trench, a research vessel’s crew is threatened by a mysterious force. A father and daughter’s holiday by the ocean turns deadly as a sinister creature stalks them. A group of friends learn that some things should remain in the ocean. Filled with a sense of wonder, a young biologist discovers a new species of kelp, but with disastrous consequences.
Can you hear it, the call of the sea? The lulling rock of the water beneath you, the soft breeze as it moves along your skin. The slip and slime of the beast as it caresses your face and takes you under? Can you feel it? Will you join me?
Featuring stories by:
Chris Bannor “Euphoria”
Chris Hewitt “Reef Encounter”
Christopher Bond “The Ocean Sings Softly”
Dan Le Fever “Xook”
David Green “Into The Depths”
Georgia Cook “Dead Ships”
Holley Cornetto “Heaven's Lake”
Julie Sevens “Shoney's Revenge”
Lin Darrow “Cry of the Hunger Fish”
Mason Gallaway “The Sea Reaches Up”
McKenzie Richardson “The Hunter and the Prey”
R. L. Meza “Long Pork”
S.O. Green “The Shadow Over Innsmouth High”
Steve Neal “Hostile Territory”
T. M. Brown “Buoy 21415”
Tim Mendees “Fronds”
Trey Dowell “Abyssal Horror”
Watt Morgan “Please Leave”
But what if they weren't? What if humans were the ones who all the other aliens talked about, in tones of appreciation, fear, or utter confusion? What if humans weren't the boring ones, but the weirdest things among the stars?
28 authors explore some of the many ways that we can be the talk of the cosmos.
TIPS FOR HOW NOT TO END UP IN A HORROR STORY
- Listen to the Spiders
- Drive in the rain
- Buy the doll
- Sell the Puppet
- Take the Dr.’s Advice
- Leave the Box Shut
In this thrilling horror anthology by No Bad Books Press, the characters of the following authors didn’t take this advice:
Kevin David Anderson
Dennis K. Crosby
John M. Floyd
Brian James Lewis
Nicole M. Wolverton
Edited by S. Faxon and Theresa Halvorsen of No Bad Books Press
Left Hanging by Beth W. Patterson
Fast Food by Chris Bannor
The Weathermaster by Christopher T. Dabrowski
Death Becomes Her by Cindar Harrell
Isolation by D.M. Burdett
Flock by David Green
Something Wicked Lives in the Woods by E.L. Giles
Open Windows by Frederick Pangbourne
Done Just Right by Gabriella Balcom
An Unknown Fact by Galina Trefil
A Recovered Letter by Horatio Marissa
The Watcher by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
Eyes for You by K.B. Elijah
The Seed by McKenzie Richardson
Rain by Sarah Jane Justice
Sissy Fuss by Shawn M. Klimek
Bus Trip by Stephen Herczeg
The Face in the Fabric by Tim Mendees
Grave Concerns by Zoey Xolton
How will you celebrate the holidays?
Dark Halloween is book 5 in the holiday horror collection
With stories from:
Lamont A. Turner
Jay T. Levy
J. A Skelton
V. J. Reed
Patrick J. Wynn
Rex M. Graves
J. Edwin Buja
Melody E. McIntyre
Joshua E. Borgmann
What miracles can one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
More than three hundred 100-word drabbles from around the world.
Science Fiction adventure stories.
A Whole New World by Amber M. Simpson
The Tip of My Tongue by Bec Lewis
Newton's Law by Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer
Invasive Species by Chris Bannor
Tomorrow by D.M. Burdett
Evelyn by Dawn DeBraal
I Am Olaf by E.L. Giles
From the Mouths of Babes by J.W. Garrett
Blue Rain by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
Folly in the Ark by Jo Seysener
Sweet Time by Joanna Michal Hoyt
Obliteration by Jodi Jensen
Arrival by Kimberly Rei
Muse by Liam Hogan
A Blue Dot, A White Dot by Michael Anthony Dioguardi
North of 25 by Mike Adamson
Dreamscape by R.A. Goli
Digital Dreams by Raven Corinn Carluk
Death in the Rain by Stephen Herczeg
Cosmic Ignition by Zoey Xolton
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
Featuring: Zoey Xolton, Stacey Jaine McIntosh, Cindar Harrell, Terry Miller, Delaney McCormick, Beth W. Patterson, Umair Mirxa, Jo Seysener, Eddie D. Moore, Gabriella Balcom, N. M. Brown, Aron Beauregard, Nerisha Kemraj, G. Allen Wilbanks… + 44 other talented international authors!
New from Black Ink Fiction!Join the adventure through the wasteland of the world, where the only real goal is staying alive.
Featuring the following amazing authors:
Alex Avery - Firechild
Chisto Healy - Search Party
Chris Bannor - We'll Dance Together
Dawn DeBraal - The Promised Land
Dorian J. Sinnott - Sunless Dawn
Gabriella Balcom - Surviving
Jade Wildy - Mardigan's Maze
Jeremy Zentner - Opening Performance
Jodi Jensen - The Depot
Jodie Francis - The Trial of Linda Creed
Meera Dandekar - Post-Earth Selection
Mike Sherer - Timeon Entanglement
Patrick Winters - The Words
Rob D. Smith - The War on Ignorance
S.O. Green - Dragonpunk
Shelly Jarvis - Zappho and the North Star
Tiffany Christie - And Dust to Dust
Tony Logan - The Legend of Nana Kats
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
explore the infinite worlds of the future, and of alternate timelines.
Seven talented authors bring you a dynamic collection of science fiction and
space epics in one amazing collection.
Wait out the Storm by Chris Bannor
After their evacuation ship is damaged, Mason Stasin is the only
person left behind on the outpost. He plans to continue the scientific research
on the upcoming storm as long as the domes hold. Everything changes though when
he realises he isn’t alone. The chief engineer stayed behind as well…and he has
Racing against the storm’s barrage, will they find a way to survive the damage?
Or will they fall with the station’s domes?
Tears for Crius by E.L. Giles
The mission is clear: retrieve the Dominion consuls off planet Tartarus. Though it
seems simple, Captain Seth Matteson senses something dreadful regarding the
task. Is the fate of the mighty city of Crius and its inhabitants already
Mothership by S.O. Green
They birthed something terrible aboard the
A tip brings the crew of the salvage vessel, Arkham, to the abandoned space
station, looking for an easy score. But some of them know more than they’re
letting on about the perverse ritual and the strange book at the heart of it
Alice joined the Arkham to see new sights, but her eyes are about to be opened
to something greater and more awful than anything she has ever known. She, and
the rest of the crew, will learn what horrors came from this literal mothership.
Meatus by Hari Navarro
A space-station. ASlaughterhouse. A place of drudge where Elitha Doriss Reed straddles the canyon
of screams, getting off as its ruddy tide sloshes down and into the sumps.
A place where the forge embers bellow, before dimming to nothing in the eyes of
the bawling beasts. Quivering bloated orbs contort backwards and instantly
gorged veins shatter like punched glass—most truly a sight to behold.
Twin ever-grinding millstone wheels of O’Neill, rotating in melancholy silence
on this very last edge of the endless inkblot void—Meatus for Strength.
Meet Us in a Sustainable Future. Meatus is all.
Planet9 by Simon J. Plant
Three astronauts scour the foreign landscape of an alien world on a search for
extraterrestrial life. Unfortunately for them, they find it.
Homeward by James Pyles
For over seventy years, a mystery object has been in orbit around Uranus.
Now the Russian and American crew aboard the deep space vessel, Komarov-Chaffee,
are hours away from rendezvous, but will the five space travellers encounter
aliens, humans, or both?
The Space Tape by M. Sydnor Jr.
These days, winning the lottery isn’t about money. It’s about travel. Space travel.
Four lucky citizens strike it rich with the first ever civilian launch into
space. The tour includes a trip to the International Space Station and a lovely
stroll on the moon.