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About Dane Hatchell
Dane Hatchell was born and lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is the author of ONE DINOSAUR ONE BULLET, THE DINOSAUR BATTLE of NEW ORLEANS, FEAR THE DINOSAUR SMILE, BIGFOOT ABOMINATION, PREHISTORIC WWII, LOST WORLD of PATAGONIA, LOST WORLD II: SAVAGE PATAGONIA, and RESURRECTION X. Co-author of the novella: SLIPWAY GREY, and the novels: DEAD ON THE BAYOU, THE DARK TIMES, and THE DIRECTOR'S CUT. Multiple short stories by Dane have appeared in various anthologies over the last several years.
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Now, dear reader, you seem to have stumbled upon it.
And you have opened it.
You must reap what you have sown.
Come, step into the pages. See firsthand what hell is capable of.
Of course, just know, you won’t last long enough to scream.
Featuring a never-before seen story by J.F. Gonzalez, alongside several other delicious horrors!
Dinosaurs' crushing jaws and blade-like teeth meet frail human flesh protected only by the limited supply of ammo fired by automatic weapons. It's a race against time as survivors’ search for a way back home.
As brutal as the Second World War had become, nothing prepared the crewmen for the ever-threatening dangers in this action-thriller!
Paying homage to the SF classics A Gun for Dinosaur by L. Sprague de Camp and A Sound of Thunder by Ray Bradbury, One Dinosaur One Bullet pits six time travelers against vicious dinosaurs in the prehistoric past. One Dinosaur One Bullet is a novella 22,000 words long, available at this time for the special price of .99 cents.
This year, you can wait for Santa by the fireplace curled up to two undead tales designed to fill you with more chills and thrills than ice filled underwear.
"The Last Noel" is an action packed extravaganza where Santa arrives and finds a small town engulfed in undead madness. It's not over once he leaves the town, as the plague of all plagues follows him to the North Pole. Elves, proton blasters, and androids clash as Christmas struggles to survive.
"It Just Doesn't Taste Like Christmas" begins as children are waiting for a visit from a Department store Santa. He brings more than 'Christmas cheer' to spread as the dead begin to walk on Christmas Eve. Those that survive take refuge in a remote family camp, where fate brings lost love ones together.
The combined stories total 12,500 words.
Rico is inspired to change his life for the better, and after dropping a few pounds, heads off on his Harley for an adventure to anywhere. Before Rico gets very far, the seeds from the previous war bear ghastly fruit, turning millions into flesh eating zombies.
The Dark Times is gritty; edgy; everything you expect the zombie apocalypse to be. The events move quickly, tossing you head first into gut-wrenching, dilemma-decision action. In all, The Dark Times is a harrowing page turner guaranteed to satisfy your hunger for the zompocalypse.
‘Love Prevails: A Zombie Nightmare’ puts two couples between a rock and a hard place when faced with surviving the zombie apocalypse alone or become members of a deranged survivalist group.
‘A Gentleman’s Privilege: A Zombie Tale from the Old South’ takes you 150 years in the past where revenge is served from the cold earth.
‘Lord of the Flies: A Zombie Story’ shows innocence lost as children survive in the darkest of times.
‘Club Dead: Zombie Isle’ gives vacationers in the Caribbean an undead beach performance that will last the rest of their lives.
‘The Turning of Dick Condon’ has a day in a lifelong curmudgeon going from bad to worse.
‘Pheromone and Rotten’: Two superheroes seek to spoil the reelection hopes of the mayor who plans on using the undead as voters.
‘Zombies of Iwo Jima’ tells an alternate history story of the horrific battle.
‘Dead Coup d'État’: The President if faced with the collapse of the country as zombies rise to overthrow mankind.
‘How Do You Eat a Whole Human?’ brings you through a zombie-esque surrealistic journey.
‘The Garden of Fear’: When good gnomes go bad and undead.
‘Zombie God of the Jungle’: The giant ape-god is reanimated to serve his loyal village of worshipers.
‘Zombie’s Honor’ puts three families smack in the midst of the dead rising from the cemetery while on a camping trip.
Join the likes of twelve-time Sir Julius Vogel Award winner and Bram Stoker Award® nominee Lee Murray, not to mention her fellow Bram Stoker Award® nominee Jake Bible, as they, and a host of other dark minds, take you on a journey through this hellish maelstrom of the macabre.
Viral outbreaks, eco-tastrophes and divine judgement await for any of those foolish enough to brave the pages contained within.
Welcome to the apocalypse, b******!
"Blood, Brains & Bullets is the sort of anthology that is so desperately needed to ensure that the zombie apocalypse genre doesn’t disappear under a deluge of bland and generic titles that fail to engage with the core concepts of the genre. Each of the stories in the collection delivers enough high-quality, blood-soaked action to sate even the most jaded and blood-thirsty zombie fan; but they also provide readers with a series of unique, engaging and original takes on the undead and the social ramifications of corpses coming back to life. This is all thanks to the excellent work by the editors of the anthology, who gathered together a first-rate cast of authors to help breath (un)life back into the genre. Blood, Brains & Bullets is a deeply impressive debut for Screaming Banshee Press, and I eagerly look forward to what they publish next in the Horror genre – I will certainly be watching them closely." - Sci-fi & Fantasy Reviewer
Come along as these tales open up 19 gates into hell and experience the supernatural, the darkness of night, and the unimaginable like never before. Authors such as Byron Craft, Matthew V. Brockmeyer, Rich Restucci and many more have come together to show you in. . .and they won't let you leave until you're crying out for mercy, begging to live to see one last sunset.
What are you waiting for? The gates are opening.
Private Matt Moscona fights a war on two time lines. One is a battle against a rare form of cancer his mother suffers from, and the other is against prehistoric beasts from the ancient past. Fate puts him in a position to win on both fronts, but he'll have to survive a gauntlet of savage dinosaurs all by himself.
Fear the Dinosaur Smile is a 32,000-word military/science fiction/action/adventure novella and is offered at the introductory price of .99 cents.
A scientist's discovery holds the key to man's fate in Man's Last Lullaby.
Two lonely souls find each other after a pandemic extinguishes most of human life. Their bond of friendship is tested when it's discovered they are not the only ones alive. Read it in Over the Rainbow.
One man's struggle to survive as the Earth slowly dies is told in By Any Means Necessary.
Two years have passed since a coronal mass ejection ended the electronic age of mankind and poisoned the planet. Thadious Cain wanders the land with his faithful dog bringing hope and comfort to the few remaining survivors.
These four short stories total over 25,000 words.