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About LP Hernandez
LP Hernandez has been writing stories since he could hold a pen. Although he loves many genres, he is drawn to the dark and unknown. His work has been adapted by the NoSleep Podcast many times, and has been featured in anthologies such as A Monster Told Me Bedtime Stories, If I Die Before I Wake vol 5, A Pile of Bodies A Pile of Heads vol 2, and Lockdown Horror vol 1 among others. A revised and expanded edition of his first collection, Dreadful: Tales of the Dead and Dying will be released by Velox Books. His second collection, The Rat King, is fully illustrated and will be released in partnership with The NoSleep Podcast's Sleepless Sanctuary Publishing.
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35 BRAND NEW TALES OF TERROR
Not all monsters are fantasy. Some are very real, and they walk among us. They're our friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers. They're the people we're supposed to trust...and they know it. Contained within this anthology are 35 never-before-published works by supremely talented authors and best-selling novelists. Brace yourself for the unexpected and unimaginable horror of...human monsters.
Linda D. Addison, Gemma Amor, Jena Brown, Nat Cassidy, Venezia Castro, Andrew Cull, Andy Davidson, L. P. Hernandez, Laurel Hightower, C. S. Humble, Emma Alice Johnson, Jeremy Robert Johnson, Stephen Graham Jones, Rebecca Jones-Howe, Caroline Kepnes, Samantha Kolesnik, Chad Lutzke, Josh Malerman, Catherine McCarthy, Francesca McDonnell Capossela, Jeremy Megargee, Tim Meyer, S. P. Miskowski, Archita Mittra, Stephanie Nelson, Leah Ning, Cynthia Pelayo, Sam Rebelein, Belicia Rhea, Stephen S. Schreffler, Greg Sisco, Elton Skelter, John F. D. Taff, Dana Vickerson, Kelsea Yu
Edited by Sadie Hartmann and Ashley Saywers. Introduction by Christopher Golden, author of ROAD OF BONES. Additional editing by Rob Carroll and Marissa van Uden.
Mother Horror presents:
It began with a forum post titled “My Neighbor Has Been Staring at the Moon for Hours.” Dismissed as a poor attempt at fiction, other accounts soon joined, describing family members and neighbors gazing open-mouthed at the stars throughout the night. As the sun rises, the Stargazers are changed. Some gather in groups, some destroy, and some kill.
The unfolding chaos is familiar for war veteran, now father, Henry Sylva. As the city crumbles from its center, he relies on old instincts to save his family. But the enemy is all around, Stargazers and human monsters alike.
As Henry battles for survival a dwindling online community documents civilization’s end. A new beginning, perhaps, for what is to come.
Don’t read with the lights on…this is My Dark Library.
A collection of novellas curated by Sadie “Mother Horror” Hartmann to represent her favorite themes, tropes, and subgenres in horror fiction today.
“Stargazers is a transfixing read from start to finish. The mystery is both emotional and frightening as the tension deepens. I can’t wait to read more L.P. Hernandez based on this short tale I could have read more of.” –V. Castro, Author of Queen of the Cicadas and Goddess of Filth
“Stargazers is as tense and eerie as it is entertaining and emotionally gritty. Hernandez masterfully weaves together elements of post-apocalyptic fiction, mystery, and horror into a fast-paced novella that delivers a hell of a punch. This is a literary Creepypasta with lots of heart, and Hernandez is a writer to watch.” –Gabino Iglesias, Author of The Devil Takes You Home and Coyote Songs
Also featuring stories from Eric J. Guignard, Eddie Generous, Ai Jiang, J.A.W. McCarthy, Michael Harris Cohen, Mark Allen Gunnells, Tyler Jones, John Lynch, Corey Farrenkopf, Laura Keating, P.L. Watts, Bob Ford, JG Faherty, Marisca Pichette, Tiffany Michelle Brown, Eric Raglin, Joe Koch, S.H. Cooper, K.S. Walker, Patrick Barb, LP Hernandez, Scott Cole, Anthony J. Rapino, Jeff Provine, Angela Sylvaine, Jessica Ann York, Ali Seay, John Boden, Christi Nogle, Jonathan Duckworth, Joshua Marsella, Die Booth, and Brennan LaFaro.
"The Rat King is a powerful, haunting, original collection of stories that not only unsettles the reader with the visceral horrors that are revealed, but also with the psychological trauma and emotional journeys that each character takes—towards redemption, or vengeance, or looming terror. This is an author to keep an eye on."—Richard Thomas, author of Disintegration and Breaker (Thriller Award, Bram Stoker, and Shirley Jackson nominee)
Sometimes, the dead do come back. Sometimes, they crave your flesh...and sometimes, they desire your very soul, but they aren’t the only thing you have to fear.
You don’t believe in what you can’t see, yet something is there, watching, waiting. You can feel its unholy intentions deep down in the marrow of your bones. You don’t know where it came from, but you know with every fiber of your being that it is not from this earth, and as you feel its gaze searing through your skin, you know the end just might be near.
It took its last breath, you watched the dirt being shoveled onto its coffin, yet there it is, standing before you, staring you down like you’re its next meal. It’s vicious and it’s evil and even though you know—you’re absolutely positive—that the abomination before you should be dead, somehow it’s not, and its ungodly eyes are focused on you.
The Otherworldly and Undead are out there and they are coming for you. When you run—and oh, will you run—you don’t need to be the fastest…you only need to be faster than the person beside you—at least until there is no one else left. Join us for the most terrifying stories of Otherworldly and Undead beings as they stalk and torment the living, feeding off their souls and their flesh before recruiting them to eternal damnation.
The Better Off Dead series delves into the farthest corners of your mind, where your deepest, darkest fears lurk. These masters of horror will haunt your dreams and stalk your nightmares, taking you to the edge of sanity before pushing you to the brink of madness!
Contains stories by Renee M.P.T. Kray, Jeremy Megargee, Scotty Milder, Steven Pajak, Barry Charman, Red Lagoe, Richard Clive, David A. Anthony, Kristal Stittle, Scott Harper, R.E. Sargent, LP Hernandez, and Bridgett Nelson.
Foreword by New York Times Bestselling Author Richard Chizmar.
Come out, come out, wherever you are. Hold your head up high and try to find the rainbows hiding in the midnight sky.
Black Rainbow Volume I Features Stories by:
N.L. McFarlandHailey PiperKirby KelloggDavid FarrowE.Z. MorganNM BrownKitty OlsenChloe SpencerShannon MasseyJada MazeF.I. GoldhaberFelix FlynnMercuryLP HernandezMiranda HernandezErin B. LillisWynne F. WintersSarah FannonAlison CybeEdyth Pax-BoyrAvra Margaritiand Scott Savino
A man becomes so detached from this world that he is claimed by another. An astronaut picks the worst possible time to leave Earth. A man for whom eternity is just the beginning.
These stories present mankind at its most vulnerable. These are stories of triumph and of succumbing, of the dying and those already dead.
Tips for Monster Hunting
- Check the deepest part of the ocean.
Or let someone with a submarine check it for you.
- Order a monster egg online.
Make sure it won't hatch before it arrives.
- Don't. What are you, crazy?
You don't need to look. The monsters will find you.
THE MONSTRONOMICON is a collection of 100 stories from around the world. These aren't your everyday Werewolves and Wendigos either. Each story is told by the survivor of an encounter with a unique and mysterious creature more wild and varied than you can imagine. This book has something for everyone with a dark mind, so read now to find the perfect monster for you.
Some monsters are quirky and friendly, while others are apocalyptic behemoths crawling up from the depths. Some stories are heartwarming, funny, or profound, while others are a blood bath.
Praise for Monstronomicon
This book had stories for every kind of monster lover. There were stories to thrill you, put you in nightmares and even boggle your mind. I wanted it to never end.
Hooked from page one. Stories flowed quickly and did not become boring. Before I knew it I was at the end.
With 70 different authors it's easy to find the story style you enjoy most. You won't be able to find a story you don't love, with your choice of 100!
As seen on TV*
*Assuming you can see into the future. The Monstronomicon is a joint media and literary project. These monsters are destined for the screen in an episodic series of short horror films. See the inside of the book for more information on how to get involved.
About Haunted House Publishing
We're passionate about publishing horror stories for adults, scary books for teens, and all sorts of dark fiction. We've got new horror kindle books every month, specializing in supernatural stories, supernatural book collections, and paranormal books for adults. We've got zombie books, demonic horror, ghosts and specters, angels and demons, gothic novels, and haunted houses and ghosts novels. We promise some of the top horror books 2019.
Also featuring stories from such talents as Tim Meyer, Nicole Willson, Michael Harris Cohen, Mark Allan Gunnells, L. Marie Wood, R.J. Joseph, Catherine McCarthy, Mark Towse, LP Hernandez, Alex Ebenstein, Alex Woodroe, Michael Kelly, Kenneth W. Cain, and a poem from Shane Douglas Keene.
Tremble as you rediscover the darkness that came before, the darkness that could eat the world. Within these pages gods of fable, creatures of lore, and ancient rituals have been brought back to life in over two hundred drabbles of exactly one hundred words each.
Delve into the madness created by award-winning horror and fiction authors from around the world. We dare you to remember the fear of the unknown, and to dive headfirst into ancient mysteries.
The old gods have awoken, and with them lose chaos will reign again.
Alice de Sampaio
Amber M. Simpson
C. Marry Hultman
David A.F. Brown
Emma K. Leadley
Heidi Ann Willits
Heinrich von Wolfcastle
Joel R. Hunt
Joshua E. Borgmann
K. B. Elijah
Kerry E.B. Black
Kevin J. Kennedy
Mark Anthony Smith
Matthew A Clarke
Michael D. Nadeau
S. C. Morgan
Sean P. Chatterton
Stacey Jaine McIntosh
Willem V Much
Bedtime. The twilight of consciousness, the darkness that lies between reality and dreams. Here, on the threshold of slumber, we open the door to myriad dreamscapes, to other worlds and astral planes. A thousand doors to a thousand worlds... and the nightmares that hide within.
Open the door, cross the threshold, and dream the night away. But be careful, and remember:
When you open the door to a realm of nightmares… sometimes you let the nightmares in.
A schoolyard nightmare with a taste for children…
Faceless horrors that prowl the boundary between consciousness and slumber in search of prey…
Houses where dreams and nightmares come to life…
Imaginary friends who bleed into reality…
Old gods who weave webs of nightmares to reveal horrific truths…
A monstrous storyteller who’s just dying to tell a tale about you…
These are just a few of the bedtime stories written by—and for—monsters.
In these pages you’ll find an unforgettable collection of dreams unleashed upon reality and reality transformed into nightmares. Penned by award-winning authors, bestselling writers, and visionary nightmare-smiths, A MONSTER TOLD ME BEDTIME STORIES will remind you what it means to be afraid of the dark.
Forty-eight authors have brought you a creepy collection of tales, sure to keep you up at night. Grab a flashlight, and let your mind wander into the haunted unknown. A place where the shadows lurk around every corner, and the boogeyman awaits your arrival. With every turn, a new nightmare begins. Are you brave enough to reach the end?
Read...if you DARE.
"I ordered this book for my daughter who loves horror stories, she couldn't put it down! I cannot wait for the author to publish more! She really captured my readers attention!"
"This book is so awesome! My kids couldn't put it down. I even enjoyed reading all of the stories and the creepy illustrations really bring it all together."
"My son's delight while reading this book made me feel like a kid again myself. There are so many wonderful (and scary) stories to enjoy; with a fright for everyone! The illustrations are akin to a modernized Alvin Schwartz style. This book is horrifying and fun all at once. I definitely recommend it to children and adults alike."
*This book is intended for children ages 7 and up!
Stay tuned for Volume 2!