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About David Green
David lives in Co Galway, Ireland and grew up in Manchester, UK. A lover of the written word since childhood, David always harboured ambitions to write and is finally doing it. He has a passion for all genres and is an avid fan of fantasy, sci-fi and horror in particular. After studying film, David's writing has been described as visual and vivid, with readers able to clearly picture scenes in their minds.
David admires noir, and tries to add that flavour to most of his work, finding the ambiguity it lends to be a thrilling aspect of creating a story. He has published works across a number of genres, and will continue to write until he can physically no longer do it.
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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”
Horror readers are delighted!
IT CALLS FROM THE SEA is a delightfully creepy collection of horror tales that run the gamut from mildly thrilling to absolutely freaky and everything in between. Some stories were longer than others, but they’re all the perfect length for when you just want something quick, dirty, and spooky. Each tale is delightfully different from the others, but they all have the common thread of water creatures that tie them together.
If you’re a fan of horror, you’re not going to want to miss It Calls From The Sea!!! I can’t pick a favorite story from this anthology. Each was unique and packed a real punch.
Sea creatures from the abyss. Leviathans of rare intelligence. Monsters who will drag you into the deep. The variety in this book is amazing. Each story is well written and some of them are unforgettable and terrifying.
They are the silent guardians of our inner spaces. We throw them open to welcome friends and family. We shut them tight against the darkness and trust them to keep us safe. But they also hide our true natures, ward off intruders, and seal away what can never be allowed to escape.
But, what happens when the thing that we rely on the most, welcomes the bad things in? What happens when our protector becomes the thing we fear?
Turn the key, pull back the bolt, unfasten the latch and let the darkness through. Discover 19 tales of terror and despair that lurk on the other side of the Doors in the fourth instalment of Eerie River Publishing’s horror series.
Including foreword by Dave Jeffery, author of "A Quiet Apocalypse".
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
You ever heard of Route Thirteen? No, not that one.
The real one.
It ain’t on no map, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find someone who’s travelled it. I dare say this book’s the only evidence you’ll ever come across mentioning that forgotten road. Or the bar.
Goes by the name of Whiskey Pete’s.
That shiver you just felt? That’s a warning, and so’s this book. Thirteen stories of pure horror, blood-curdling violence and spectacularly bad decisions, inspired by the poor folks who fell foul of old Route Thirteen and Whiskey Pete’s.
Let this book be your warning. If you find yourself on that forsaken road, with the warming lights of Whiskey Pete’s upon your windshield, turn back. Or it’ll be your Last Stop
A shared-world anthology of dread authored by
Holley Cornetto ~ L. T. Emery ~ Peter J. Foote
J.W. Garrett ~ David Green ~ Stephen Herczeg
Abigail Linhardt ~ Beth W. Patterson ~ Lynne Phillips
Austin Shirey ~ Joshua D Taylor ~ V. A. Vazquez ~ Patrick Winters
Death God antagonists are portrayed as villains, further popularising the view that Voodoo is centred around death and necromancy.
Here in Bones, we looked to explore some of these tropes in five-hundred-word stories.
So, adorn your top hat and tattered tuxedo, get cosy in the armchair, and enjoy twenty-six dark tales, inspired by the movies.
The Bones of a Dead God by Alannah K. Pearson
Fast or Slow by Andra Dill
Louisiana Voodoo by Ashleigh Cattermole-Crump
The Bones Know by Brandi Hicks
The Truth Was in the Bones by Chris Bannor
Doctor John by David Green
Soul Stealer by David Green
Bones Don't Lie by Dawn DeBraal
Mr Saturday by Eric Butler
Hedge Witch by Gabby Gilliam
Law of Threefold by Jodi Jensen
The Switch by Joshua E. Borgmann
Good Dog by Karen Bayly
Sung by L.J. McLeod
Cheap Labour by Lamont A. Turner
Sleep Tight by Lauraine S. Blake
Miss Evita by Luis Manuel Torres
An Impressive Spectacle by Lynne Phillips
Voodoo Queen of New Orleans by Lynne Phillips
Edge of the Knife by Maggie D. Brace
Crucial Binding by Meera Dandekar
Oliver Jones, Boy Detective by Michelle Brett
Pinned by Michelle Mellon
The Guédé by Patrick Winters
A Shift in Life by Sophie Wagner
Throwing Bones by Stephanie Scissom
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
Everyone knows the zombie apocalypse is bound to happen, these authors just bring it to you sooner than you expected. Authors from all over the globe spin terrifying tales of the infected and undying in just 100 words per story.
From soccer mom zombies to military experiments; reanimated commanders directing an army of zombies to a monster-esque meteorologist. Get a fresh take on an undead theme with Infection from Black Ink Fiction.
500 word tales of stalkers
A Real Enjoyable Position by A.H. Syme
The Eldritch Wood by Alannah K. Pearson
Unexpected by Cassandra Angler
Until Tomorrow Night by Chris Bannor
The One We Never Mention by David Green
What's Mine by David Green
Juvenile Musings by Eddie D. Moore
The Ride by Eric Butler
Bad Coincidence by Erik Handy
Always Us by J.W. Garrett
Becoming Brandon by Jen Mierisch
Fever by Jess Chua
The Collector by Jodi Jensen
Final Entry by Jodie Francis
Robbed Blind by Karen Bayly
Lurking by Kevin Hopson
Glued to the Mirror by L.T. Emery
A Matter of Trust by Lynne Phillips
The Secret Admirer by Lynne Phillips
Their Eyes Were Watching God by Maggie D. Brace
Shadow in the Eaves by Matthew M. Montelione
Weekend Game Night by Meera Dandekar
One New Notification by Michelle Brett
Jasmine by Patrick Winters
Count the Moments by Rachel L. Tilley
Ready to Talk by Sophie Wagner
The Rage Room by Stephanie Scissom
The First Cut by Trevor Jess
One New Follower by Warren Benedetto
If you’ve only ever exposed to mainstream superheroes and supervillains, or this is your first foray into fantasy cape-wearers, you’re bound to love these authors’ takes on the genre—adventure, horror, and wonder fiction in five hundred words.
Meet Votex, the villain—she rips people apart with her bare hands but is always the loving partner. Or Whitefire who melts all that surrounds with a ball of white-hot fire. And Charlie, the unlikely hero with crimson eyes, creating napalm skies.
The Hero of Silversmiths by Alannah K. Pearson
Devil You Know by Alex Minns
Crimson Eyes by Brandi Hicks
Napalm Skies by Brandi Hicks
Nightmare by C. Marry Hultman
Platinum Star by C.A. Goodwin
Hero Or Villain by Callum Pearce
Mad Cat by Callum Pearce
Wings of Vengeance by Charlotte Langtree
My Life as a Superhero by Chris Bannor
Tira’s Tears by Chris Hewitt
Dirty Work by David Green
The Rise Of A Super Villain by David Green
Retribution by Eric Butler
Earworm by Evan Baughfman
Roland by Gemma Paul
A Tendril of Thought by J.W. Garrett
Eulogy for Bloodsplatt by Joachim Heijndermans
The Guardian by Jodi Jensen
Whitefire Begins by Karen Bayly
Red Lightning’s Wrath by Luis Manuel Torres
The Mechanical Raptor by Lynne Phillips
Emerald by Patrick Winters
Marc Merodach by S.N. Graves
Captivated by S.O. Green
Dark by S.O. Green
With stories from over thirty authors including Eleanor Merry, Natasha Sinclair, David Green, Jason Myers, Dawn DeBraal, Chris Miller, Alanna Robertson-Webb, Gary McDonough, Todd Love , Cassandra Angler, Ruthann Jagge, Angela Glover, Wendy Cheairs, Josh A. Murphy, John Adams, Shawn M. Klimek, Scott McGregor, Charlotte O'Farrell, Tina Merry, Kevin J. Kennedy, Brian J Smith, Nicole Henning, Lance Dale, M. Ennenbach, Leon Sluyter, N.M Brown, David Bowmore, Vic Kerry, P.J Blakey-Novis, Meera Dandekar, David Simms, Rachael Boucker, Diane Arrelle, Claire Davon, Marina Schnierer, Benjamin Chadwick, Cher Finver, Beluah Vega, Surina Venkat, Galina Trefil, Joshua E. Borgmann, Charles Welch, Sydney Jones and J.A. Skelton
Dark Celebration is book 4 in the holiday horror collection
Coming soon: Dark Halloween
A deliciously dark collection of flash fiction from some of the darkest and most twisted minds in horror.
With stories from Eleanor Merry, Natasha Sinclair, Alanna Robertson-Webb, Chris Bonner, M Ennenbach, Jason Myers, Benjamin Chadwick, David Green, Jacek Wilkos, Chris Miller, Wendy Cheairs, VikingDaddy, Lance Dale, Leon Sluyter, J.L Boekestein, P.J Blakey-Novis, Christopher T. Dabrowski, Nicole Henning, Justin Scott, Charlotte O'Farrell, Andrew Kurtz, Mary Kiefel, Nerisha Kemraj, Patrick C. Harrison III, Nerisha Kemraj, Tara Losacano, Mark Anthony Smith, Scott McGregor, Joshua E. Borgmann, Ruthann Jagge, Amber M. Simpson, Chris Hewitt, Janine Pipe, Cher Finver, Thomas Sturgeon Jr., Nic Brady, Tina Merry, N.M. Brown, Chris Bannor, Cassandra Angler, Chisto Healy, David Simms, Marina Schnierer, Angela Glover, A.B. Archambault, C. Marry Hultman, Emma K. Leadley, Galina Trefil, John Buja, K.T. Tate and more!