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About Joshua D Taylor
Joshua D Taylor is an author who started writing a few years ago when he realized he was too old to play make-believe. He lives in southeastern Pennsylvania with his wife and a one-eared cat. He enjoys gardening, comic books, ska-punk music, Disney World, and traveling with his wife. Raised during weirdness that was the late 20th century Josh’s eclectic interests produce eclectic works. He loves to mix-n-match things from different genres and story elements to achieve a madcap hodgepodge of the truly unexpected.
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Titles By Joshua D Taylor
We all have a fascination for things that scare us—the thrill, the heart-stopping jump scares, the terrifying suspense. From the youngest age, we’re fascinated by the fiendish and furry, the creepiest critters, the naughty and the nasty. Horror is all around us, from the clowns who hide under our bed, to the things we might drag up from the brook at the bottom of the garden, and the zombies who crawl our streets.
As author, Megan Feehley, so beautifully says; there is beauty just before the terror…a silken breath taken before the spill of righteousness…the warmth of a licking flame preceding the scald.
So, close the drapes, check the locks, turn on all the lights and get comfortable. But don’t close your eyes…
Never close your eyes...
Delve into this shared world anthology featuring thirteen stories of pure horror, blood-curdling violence and spectacularly bad decisions. A young couple trying to escape a bad situation, a woman searching for a lost friend, a pair of friends looking for a story of a lifetime. These are just some of the tragic tales found within, inspired by the poor folks who fell foul of old Route Thirteen and Whiskey Pete’s.
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
What miracles can one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
Travel through the universe discovering the possibilities of the unknown and exploring the infinite worlds of the future...and sometimes the past.
Twenty talented authors bring you a dynamic collection of science fiction and space epics in one amazing collection.
A cadet onboard her colony’s last hope for survival must overcome her tragic loss and endure the extremities of cargo hauling in Deep Space, or suffer the same fate as her unlucky crewmates.
A translator on the only exploratory spacecraft funded by a reality TV show dodges the constant cameras while her crewmates grind the gossip gears. She spends the one-way trip piecing together the secret of their destination and finds more than the answer to her life-long search for belonging.
Earth is but a dire souvenir for those old enough to remember it. When Captain Ericson's ship crashed on an unknown planet, seemingly sharing the same properties as Earth, he thinks he has made the greatest discovery of all time: a new home to mankind. That is until the planet reveals its darkest secrets.
Cybernetically enhanced trooper Dared Locke (codename Dreadlock) and his team are sent in to bring a known terrorist leader and xeno-biologist Professor to justice, but they find creatures beyond imagination that lead them to a final confrontation.
And many more.
Discover who shares the universe with us...because we're not alone...
Abduction by A.L. King
Bound by Adam Bennett
Steel Thumper by Cameron Marcoux
Echoes of Lives Gone By by Carole de Monclin
Kruz by David Bowmore
Point Zero by E.L. Giles
The Lucky One by Gregg Cunningham
Afterglow by Jacob Baugher
Ride the Lightning by Joachim Heijndermans
Truth to Power by Joel R. Hunt
The Mystery of the Missing Modules by Joshua D. Taylor
Unbeknownst by K.R. Monin
Not My Vessel by Marcus Cook
The Space Between Space by Raven Corinn Carluk
Augmetic Reality by Sam M. Phillips
Bite of the Flamingo Boa by Shawn M. Klimek
Fields of Quay by Shelly Jarvis
Dreadlock by Stephen Herczeg
Ascension by Umair Mirxa
Below the Surface by Vonnie Winslow Crist
Is it a wolf? A ghost? A stalker? A monster from another world? Or something far far worse?
Scary Snippets: Campfire Edition will have you rekindle your fear of the great outdoors with over 40 award winning authors from around the world reminding you that terror is everywhere.
The stories: Richard Kodai - The Collector; Laszlo Tamasfi - The Morgue; Emerald Wilkins - Never Stay Still; Natasha Smith - Sister’s Keeper; Joshua D. Taylor - Cull House; Richard Kodai - Summer’s Almost Over; Brian Duncan - Door Jam; Andrew Nance - The Joshua Horn; W. T. Paterson - Hit and Run; Richard Kodai - Ms. Whetstone’s Dragon; Gabor Csigas - A House for Wolves; Joyce Frohn - Meeting an Urban Legend; Stephanie Kubin - Beautiful Flower; Richard Kodai - The Rooster Gang; Courtney Martin - Curfew; V. Mylynne Smith - Hands to Yourself; Josh Townley - The Nothing; Sarah Liddle - When the Wind Stops; Richard Kodai - The Dancer; M. A. Smith - Feeding the Followers; Michelle Mellon - The Shed; Joseph Watson - Monster in my Pocket; Richard Kodai - The Creepy Guy; Victoria Dalpe - Winter Break in Fox Hollow; Kirby Kellogg - For Sale; P. L. McMillan - Minksy Didn’t Come Home; Morgan Elektra - An Old Friend; Richard Kodai - Parallel; Laszlo Tamasfi - Prey; C. L. Burroughs - The Fox Hollow Little Library; Daniel Craig Roche - Enter the Light; Richard Kodai - They’re Alive!; Evan Purcell - Billy’s First; P. A. O’Neil - Anything for a Friend; Mark Kodama - Marnie’s Only Son; John Crofts - Mr. Jones’s Roses; Richard Kodai - Picky Girl; Carmen Rockhill - The Hidebehind; Jolie Mandelbaum - Huma; Ken Carlson - Will Anyone Hear it Fall?; Richard Kodai - Hox Follow; C. B. Jones - The Babysssitter; Rowena McGowan - Wanted: Curator; A. G. Hilton - All Quiet on Chester Street; E. E. King - Tommy’s Birthday Party; Richard Kodai - Brand-New Mr. Wilson; Giles Selig - The Protocol; Gail A. King - Destiny; Michael Fassbender - Rendezvous at the Lookout; Richard Kodai - Half Seven; Michael Triozzi - The Three-Twenty-Nine; Simon Clarke - Silly; Alexis Laufman - The Blacksmith; Paul Tanner - The Oddities Collection; Richard Kodai - Time Shattered; Michael Dussing - The Curse of Hangman Jack; Astrid Boneck - Coffin Tree; Janet K. Shawgo - Mirror, Mirror; Richard Kodai - Bad Boss; Camille Davis - Angel; Jim Bates - Strange Wind; Marcus Cook - The Dinner Guest; Laurie Hall - Red-Handed; Richard Kodai - Grandma Gina’s House; Kelli A. Wilkins - A Witch’s Wishes; Jordan J. Hall - The Siren; Mydhili R. Varma - Iron is my Undoing; Richard Kodai - Little Gods; Laszlo Tamasfi - The Special; Dee Caples - Ghost Writer; Brian Shaw - The Boarding House Seer; J. T. Seate - A Family Affair; Mark Towse - Cosy Street
Originally from Raven & Drake Publishing, this re-release of New Tales of Old volume 1 comes just in time for the all-new continuation of the series from Black Ink Fiction.
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!
Science fiction, a sub-genre of speculative fiction, explores the impact of actual or imagined science on our lives, employing elements that are probably alien—both literally and theoretically—to the discerning reader intoxicated not only by the unknown but also in the knowledge that it’s ultimately about humankind.
Here, in exactly 500 words, authors explore worlds and species yet to be discovered.
Little Blue Men by Beth W. Patterson
Rogue Explorer Six by Brandi Hicks
Spinal Tap by Brandi Hicks
Voyager Probe Lost by Bruce Markuson
Hostile Waters by C.A. Goodwin
First and Last Contact by Callum Pearce
Suffer the Little Children by Callum Pearce
First Act of War by Chris Bannor
Snip! by Chris Hewitt
Turning the Lights Off by Chris Hewitt
Dead Planet by David Green
Dreaming of a Storm by David Green
We Meet Again by Dawn DeBraal
Compliance is Required by Eric Butler
Vigour by Erik Handy
Circles by Helen Merrick
Strangers by Ian Fortey
It Started with the ‘Mids by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
The Signal by Jodi Jensen
Last Seen Swearing by John H. Dromey
Peace on Earth by Joshua D. Taylor
They Came on the Rain by Joshua E. Borgmann
Soldiers by Karen Bayly
Python Approach by Kimberly Rei
The Wreckage by Lance Dale
Manna from Heaven by Lynne Phillips
Invasion by Maxine Churchman
The Gift from Above by Michelle Brett
The Scout by Patrick Winters
Unmistakable by Ransom Wall
The Light by Stephen Herczeg
They Came from Nowhere by Trey Stone
Tales of majesty and the Crown have enthralled us all for centuries.
Here, in exactly 500 words, authors regale us with their insights into matters of royal record with stories of awakening Storm Queens wreaking havoc over kingdoms, of magic, of mayhem, of goblins and royal revenge.
Whether glamourous and alluring, or despotic and cruel…heavy is the crown.
The Devil by Abiran Raveenthiran
The Left Turn by Adri M. Persad
A Queen’s Bluff by Andrea L. Staum
The Vital Ingredient by Callum Pearce
Soldier and Servant by Carrie Gessner
Black-Blood by Chris Bannor
A Knight’s Sacrifice by Chris Hewitt
A Queen’s Sacrifice by Chris Hewitt
The Midnight Lands by Dale Parnell
Last Mistake by David Green
The Chosen One by David Green
The Revivalists by Dawn DeBraal
Beauty is Deadly by Destiny Eve Pifer
Counterfeit Tears by Diana Allgair
The King is Dead by Eric Butler
I’ll Love Them, Too by Gabriella Balcom
Rumours by Gabriella Balcom
Transformations by Georgia Atkin
The Hanged Woman by Hari Navarro
Homecoming by J.W. Garrett
Stone Hearts by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
The Great White Oak by Jodi Jensen
A Few Degrees by Joshua D. Taylor
More Than Guesswork by K.B. Elijah
Sleeping Beauty by K.T. Tate
The Bath Girl by Kaity Muse
Honest Gwen by L.T. Emery
Forgotten Tempest by Laurie Bis
Poisoned Fruit, Poisoned Reign by Leanbh Pearson
Clipped by Luis Manuel Torres
Tithe by Maggie D. Brace
Bejan Tower by Meera Dandekar
Eyes of a Queen by Megan Willette
Succession by Michelle Brett
You Will See by Patrick J. Gallagher
Dominion by Patrick Winters
Bloodlust Blade by Peter J. Foote
Matters of State by Raven Corinn Carluk
The Traitor Queen by S.O. Green
The Price of Vengeance by Sarah Matthews
Curse of the Demon Lord by Shawn M.