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About Jeremy Hepler
Jeremy Hepler is the Bram Stoker-nominated author of CRICKET HUNTERS, THE BOULEVARD MONSTER, and numerous short stories and nonfiction articles. He lives in central Texas with his wife and son and is currently working on his next novel. For more information, you can follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Goodreads.
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BEEN THERE. DONE THAT.
You’ve heard their stories before and you’re screaming for a different breed of horror.
Those monsters have had their moments in the moonlight and now it’s time for us to bury them in their graves. Let’s lock them in their coffins, pierce their hearts with wooden stakes and shoot them between their rotting eyes with silver bullets from an AK-47.
You wanted some new monsters. You got ‘em.
Say “hello” to the ones that are still hidden by the shadows. The ones that peer from behind the gravestones with multi-faceted eyes and crawl from the sewers on slime-covered tentacles. The ones that stain the pages within this tome with the blood of their victims.
NOT YOUR AVERAGE MONSTER:
A BESTIARY OF HORRORS
22 new monstrosities unleashed upon the world from the deviant minds of:
D. Morgan Ballmer
Esther M. Leiper-Estabrooks
Billie Sue Mosiman
THIS AIN’T YOUR DADDY’S NIGHTMARE!
And boy howdy, has their diligence has paid off! Road Kill Volume 4 is the best and grimmest yet! You hold in your hands a grand collection of 16 goose-flesh-inducing prose. But, don't just take our word for it; these sixteen stories speak - or perhaps scream - for themselves.
Featuring tales of Texas terror from:Corey Lamb, E. R. Bills, James H Longmore, William Jensen, Patrick C. Harrison III, W. H. Gilbert, Jeremy Hepler, Dan Fields, Thomas Kearnes, Sylvia Ney , Mark A. Nobles, Russell C. Connor, Elliott Baxter, Ralph Robert Moore, Carmen Gray, and Andrew Kozma
One of Us: A Tribute to Frank Michaels Errington is filled with the stories of writers whose lives Frank touched in one way or another. He challenged them, cheered them on, and he made sure to read the big names and small names alike.
Frank needed a new kidney. He was undergoing dialysis treatments and hoping for a compatible donor, but unfortunately, he was not able to get the help in time to save his life. Because of this, proceeds from the sales of this book will be donated in Frank’s name to the American Transplant Foundation. Help us help others in Frank’s situation before another vital person is lost to those who value them.
This book represents the camaraderie and love that Frank instilled in the horror community. If you ever feel alone or out of place, just remember the words that Frank himself told many creatives while he was still alive.
“You’re one of us.”
A Piney woods meth dealer clones Adolph Hitler. A nightmare exorcist meets an inexorable fiend. An eyeball collector gets collected. The apparition of a lynching victim tracks down his executioners. A Texas lawman is undone by shades of his past. A Baphomet recruits converts as a local summer camp. The tales of the baker's dozen who appear in this anthology demonstrate why everything is scarier in Texas…
Including tales of terror from
James H Longmore
Michael H. Price
Fifteen years later, as the anniversary of Abby’s disappearance approaches, Cel’s life is upended when her husband Parker, also once a Cricket Hunter, goes missing. When bizarre clues surface that point to a link between Parker’s and Abby’s disappearances, Cel is forced to delve back into the past in order to navigate the present. With the help of her abuela, a self-proclaimed bruja, she embarks on a tumultuous journey fraught with confrontation and trickery, spells and spirits, theft and murder, in order to find out what happened to her husband, and why.
The second volume of the critically acclaimed Road Kill Series from Eakin Press, featuring seventeen Texas writers. Some of the writers are established and have been published in a variety of mediums, while others are upcoming writers who bring a wealth of talent and imagination. Edited by E.R. Bills and Bret McCormick, this collection of horror stories is sure to bring chills and make the imagination run wild. Writers include Jacklyn Baker, Andrew Kozma, Ralph Robert Moore, Jeremy Hepler, R. J. Joseph, James H. Longmore, Mario E. Martinez, E. R. Bills, Summer Baker, Dennis Pitts, Keith West, S. Kay Nash, Bryce Wilson, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Stephen Patrick, Crystal Brinkerhoff and Hayden Gilbert.
I KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE HEARD ABOUT ME
You say that I am a madman. You say that I am dangerous. You say that I am the one who has been abducting women, slaughtering them, and burying their corpses all around this city for years. You are wrong, because only part of that statement is true…
I AM NOT A KILLER
I know that you probably won’t believe me. Not now. Not after all that has happened, but I need to tell my side of the story. You need to know how this all began. You need to hear about the birds, but most of all, you need to understand…
I AM NOT THE BOULEVARD MONSTER
Onyx Neon Shorts Horror Collection is an annual anthology that celebrates one of literature’s most popular forms. Featuring seven up-and-coming stars of the horror genre from all over the globe, satisfying your need for wicked tales of the bizarre, weird, and unexplainable.
Edited once again by Jeffrey P. Martin, former Head Editor of Onyx Neon Shorts and guiding force behind last year’s Onyx Neon Shorts Horror Collection 2015, and many other books.
Featuring Stories By:
Chestnut Hill by Joseph Rubas
A group of people are besieged by demonic beings on a cursed, remote hilltop.
The Corners Have Arms by Jeremy Hepler
When Sophie’s ex-husband doesn’t return their twin daughters after their week-long visit with him, she fears the worst. Maybe he’s kidnapped them, taken them across the border, or worse. She goes looking for her children. If she finds them, will it be worse than she possibly ever imagine? And will she ever make it back?
The Case of Yuri Zaystev by S. L. Edwards
Yuri Zaystev has a thankless job: driving the victims of Stalin’s purges into the darkness of the Arctic. One night, something goes horribly wrong. Yuri Zaystev, gulag guard and proud supporter of the purges, finds himself the victim of a violence he helped unleashed.
Sweetie by Michelle Ann King
A travelling showman and his demonic companion teach their latest audience a little respect.
Failsafe by Karen Bovenmyer
Space salvager Kira hates dead bodies. When she finds a lost colony ship, ripe with corpses and a huge finder’s payoff, she’s happy to report the location and leave well enough alone—until she receives a distress call from a little girl trapped aboard.
Partisan by Brit Jones
Four big game hunters enter the deep woods of a war torn country in search game. It isn’t long before they realize that it is they who are being hunted.
The Marked Men by Ben Stallwood
Two men, one recently bereaved, go on a hiking trip in a Norwegian forest. This tale of suicide and loss will leave you breathless and unnerved.