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About Jay Michael Wright II
Dark fantasy and horror author. Why? Because his first movie was his pregnant mother going to see The Exorcist in 1973. Hearing such terror in utero does something to a person. He grew up on all the classic black and white horror movies: Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman. He then moved on to Friday the 13th, Halloween, and Hellraiser. His love for the dark and macabre consumed his imagination, and the first horror story he wrote was at the age of 12 (a creative writing piece for school where he described his friends and himself being slaughtered in a slasher movie type tale--yea, imagine doing that today and the trouble you'd get into). Luckily, his teacher found it creative, even if it was a tad disturbing. With that, he was off on the road to become a writer--not for the money nor the fame, but for the love of telling stories and giving people chills.
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From Rebekah Dodson: A respectable woman left behind in war finds fulfillment in a forbidden man.
From Sarah Buhrman: Magic, mystery, and deceit surround a medieval woman's search for her lost love.
From Diane Morrison: A deep cover Elven soldier discovers that when you learn to think like your enemy, you might also learn to love them.
From Deliaria Davis: In real life, love is complicated and messy, but sometimes you just know it's meant to be, and this Alaskan teenager intends to prove it, despite the odds.
From A.C Jade: Two strangers discover that a one-night summer affair isn't all they have in common.
From Jay Michael Wright II: Can a cursed doctor find love with a gorgeous Demon before those hunting her find them out?
From Kayla Kirby: Home before he deploys, David runs into an old friend from high school. David quickly learns that Riley is harboring a dark secret and, in order to attempt to help her, he presents to her a challenge.
From C.L. Cannon: It's the eleventh hour, and he has to decide. Remain her friend, or take the chance at something more?
When Tilly and Jess explore their new feelings for each other on New Years' Eve, their budding romance is threatened by everything they hold dear. – Professor Blyss
They were best friends in school until Josh, the tubby, bespectacled geek took a step back so he wasn't dragging her down. A decade later Josh has transformed, but Lucy always knew that beauty was only skin deep. - Poppy Flynn
Serendipity and New Years work hand in hand to show these lovers where their destiny lies. - Jay Michael Wright II
Joseph is everything I ever dreamed. I can't wait to call him mine. - Venus Eos
Charlotte and Tristan were crazy in love, but distance tore them apart. Months later, New Year is approaching and after opening a door to the past, fireworks might not be the only sparks at midnight! – K.D. Croft
Christmas brought a broken heart for Talia....Will she be ring in a new year with a new love? - E.S. McMillan
Nicky Watson, the son of a carpenter, falls in love with a young noble named Molly Hale. Their romance is condemned by Molly's father, Roanoke's new pastor. This romance sets the dominoes falling until the entire colony is in danger of disappearing. Little do they know, the Devil himself has sent an agent to Roanoke to stir the pot. The Vampire, Tessa Darkhart, has been sent to find the chosen one who will play a role in the end of the world. If she's successful, the world may be doomed.
The end of the world has a beginning. This is it.
Stumbling upon the crucifixion of the Windsor mayor, Deputy Davey Sparks finds himself involved with a series of murders that all seem tied to the rape and murder of a nun 25 years earlier. Davey finds himself dealing with secret societies, coverups, and a psychotic killer wearing a porcelain doll mask to hide her identity. This is a complex paranormal murder mystery where no one can be trusted. Can Davey find the truth before he loses his life dancing with the Devil? Trust no one. Your killers come with smiles.
Enter a fantasy world that is so familiar and yet so different from the Oz of your childhood. Dorothy is a tragic girl trapped inside her own head with memories of the trauma she witnessed. One tragic night, she decides to put an end to her suffering. Instead of waking up in Heaven or Hell, Dorothy awakens in the magickal land of Oz. She is given an option to go home, but why would she do that when the entity living inside the ruby red slippers she wore had promised her so much more. All she had to do was collect all four of the magickal items of Oz and then conquer the corrupt wizard which ruled the Emerald City. She'd have to kill a few people, but what's a little murder when you're fighting to get back the only person you ever loved?
Full of dark reimaginings of your favorite Oz characters plus other characters pulled from the Frank Baum Oz series of books. This is far from being your mother's Wizard of Oz. Dorothy has a dark prophecy to fulfill. She is the Shadow of Oz.
Twenty authors from Canada, USA, England, South Africa, Australia and Brazil take you on a journey of terror and fright that will leave you looking over your shoulder, wondering what lies beyond the next turn and asking yourself what is hidden in the shadows.
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Our second journey into the darkest recesses of Satan's pit has superlative tales of nefarious delight by: Andrew MacKay, Ryan Woods, PC3, Richard Raven, Dante Crossroad, Josh Schlossberg, Brianna M. Fenty, Paul Lubaczewski, Marcus Mattern, R.L. Chambers, Gerri R Gray, John T. M. Herres, James Nichols, Feind Gottes, P. Mattern & Lynne Ligocki Gauthier, R.L.Chambers, Richard Alan Long, Jaap Boekestein, James H, Longmore, Savannah Morgan, DJ Shaw, Bill Evans, Sergio "ente per ente" Palumbo, Jay Michael Wright II, and the incomparable Stephanie Kelley,
Perhaps you’d like to see what the witches in Salem are doing this Halloween, or what really happened to Hansel and Gretel. Scared of clowns, vampires or puppets? Sit down and curl up with this unique collection of horror stories. You’ll sleep with the lights on for weeks.
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Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti... are just a few of the names used to describe a giant-sized cryptid covered in hair and living in the wilderness. Hidden from humanity, these elusive creatures frequently elicit terror in those who experience an encounter. In this special edition, we hope to give you a taste of that terror.
Featured Bigfoot artwork includes our cover art by the highly-talented Luke Spooner who has created many pieces for Devolution Z Magazine.
Our back cover is by Vicki Buchan, a stunning oil on canvas piece.
Bigfoot cartoons by Bob Eckstein, the award-winning illustrator and twice-nominated Gag Cartoonist of the Year. His cartoons appear in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Playboy, and MAD magazine.
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