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About Marc Sorondo
Marc Sorondo lives with his wife and children in New York. He loves to read, and his interests range from fiction to comic books, physics to history, oceanography to cryptozoology, and just about everything in between. He's a perpetual student and occasional teacher.
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Ferocious storms, winged beasts and falling angels are just some of the dark tales locked within these pages. Discover a world where carnage falls from the sky, and delve into the frenzy of a world gone mad as Heaven opens and all Hell breaks loose.
Eerie River Publishing brings you another round of exceptional horror created by award-winning authors around the world. We dare you to take this journey with us and find out what madness awaits you!
"Rainfall" - Marie McWilliams
"Hate Sky" - Jay Sandlin
"Flying Home" - Joel R Hunt
"Raindance" - Kimberly Rei
"Faithless" - M. A. Hoyler
"Godspore" - Marc Sorondo
"Flash" - CA McDonald
"Thorn in my Side" - Chris Hewitt
"Three Balloons" - Chris Lilienthal
"Follow You into the Dark" - Christopher Bond
"The Winged Plague" - E.L. Giles
"Beloved of the Storm" - Elizabeth Davis
"The Forgotten Prince" - Elizabeth Nettleton
And so many more. There is no end to the terrors we have in store and there is nowhere left to hide. Get comfy, this is going to be a wild ride.
Abi Marie Palmer, Adrian David, Alex Shenstone, Alexis DuBon, Alice Mae Jameson, Anastasia Garcia, Andrew McDonald, April Yates, Ashley Hawk, Belicia Rhea, Blaise Langlois, Blen Mesfin, Brandon Applegate, Brianna Malotke, Brooke Percy, C. A. Chesse, C.J. Dotson, Caitlin Marceau, Caity Scott, Cara Mast, Carla Eliot, Caytlyn Brooke, Clarabelle Miray Fields, Clay F. Johnson, Clint White, Cody Mower, Collin Yeoh, Cristina Dos Santos, Dale Parnell, E.C. Hanson, Elizabeth Eckstein, Emerian Rich, Emma E. Murray, Emma K. Leadley, Emma Kathryn, Eric Fomley, Fliss Zakaszewska, Fusako Ohki, Georgia Cook, Hazel Ragaire, Helen M. Merrick, Ian A. Bain, Isaac Menuza, J.A. McCready, J.C. Robinson, James Dick, Jameson Grey, Joe Haward, Josh Sippie, K.J. Watson, K.L. Lord, K.M. Bennett, Kathryn Bea, Katie Young, Kristin Cleaveland, Kyle McHugh, Laura Keating, Laura Shenton, L.W. Blackwood, Mackenzie Hurlbert, Marc Sorondo, Maria Ann Green, Marisca Pichette, Melissa Rose Rogers, Micah Castle, Mike Murphy, Nico Bell, Nikki R. Leigh, Patrick Barb, Philine Schiller, Renata Pavrey, Richard Martin, Russell Nichols, S. J. Wilkes, Sean Reardon, Stephen Johnson, Steve Neal, T.L. Spezia, Thomas E. Staples, Toshiya Kamei, Vivian Kasley, Waverly X Night, Wren Andrea, Yukari Kousaka, Yuki Fuwa
From the depths of the darkest minds of horror comes mother nature’s final retribution. It’s time for Gaia to fight back, and karma really is a b*tch.
Dark Nature is an anthology of thirteen dark tales of nature.
She Weeps Vermillion (O, Harbinger) by Hayden Waller
In the Wych Elm by Emma Kathryn
Invasive Species by Mark Wheaton
Pt. Reyes by B.F. Vega
Polarion by Shea Herlihy-Abba
Natural Predators by Rami Ungar
Gator March by Robert H. Cherny
The Cicada’s Song by M.Betterelli
Things are Pretty Much the Same Everywhere by Robert DeLeskie
Things We Throw Away by Leanne Olson
Prey by Mike Marcus
The Uncut Hair of Graves by Daniel R. Robichaud
A Walk in the Woods by Marc Sorondo
Warning: These are dark/horror stories and do contain violence, gore, and other disturbing content. Proceed with care.
Dark Magic is a collection of over two hundred bite-size drabbles of dark fantasy and horror.
Enter a world of curses and creatures, the hideous and the hexed, where love is cruel and victory is tainted. Where gods and demons hold sway over mortals, senses are enticed and spirits ensnared. Angels fall, dragons rise, shadows hide secrets and power comes from blood and bone and death itself.
Those were the words that launched the Legends of the Monster Hunter series years ago, and now the first two volumes (Leather, Denim & Silver and The Trigger Reflex) are available in this special edition omnibus, featuring 47 stories of monster hunting and launching the next generation of Legends of the Monster Hunter volumes, Use Enough Gun, Blood Trails and Doomsday.
Divided into four sections beginning with The Werewolf Hunters and following with The Vampire Hunters, The Spirit Hunters and The Monster Hunters, these adventures take us on hunts through misty forests, foggy streets, old west deserts and snow covered peaks and describe almost every monster in the book, some expected, and some not.
Creatures will die. Hunters will die. But no one will go without a fight.
In Deathlehem, the masses hail
The Blessed one was born
They gathered in a manger
On that black December morn
Among the screams of Mother Mary
The Babe from her torn
Dark tidings corrupting hope and joy
So rest merry gentlemen
Let Satan’s child play
Burning bodies light this Christmas tree
In Deathlehem today
Welcome back, folks. And for you newbies wondering where you are,
that would be Deathlehem…
…where enemies meet on the battlefield to set aside their differences
on this holiest of nights—only to be tormented by a legendary she-demon…
…where irons bars won't keep brothers from spending Christmas
with their mother—much to her dismay…
…where the search for the perfect tree turns into a bloody nightmare…
…where an imprisoned evil has a young couple and their daughter wishing
they'd stayed at home for the holidays…
Twenty-five more tales of holiday horror to benefit
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
Contributors: Adam Down, Alexis Dubon, Andrew McDonald, Anja Hendrikse Liu, Antonia Rachel Ward, April Yates, Arlo Gorevin, Benjamin Langley, Benjamin Lawrence, Brianna Malotke, Bry White, C.J. Dotson, Caitlin Marceau, Cara Mast, Charles E.P. Murphy, Claire Hunter, Cody Mower, Collin Yeoh, Dale Parnell, Danielle McCabe, Eilidh Spence, Elford Alley, Emilian Wojnowski, Emma K. Leadley, Emma Kathryn, Freddie Åhlin, Fusako Ohki, Gus Wood, Guy Riessen, Helen M. Merrick, Holden Zuras, Isaac Menuza, J.C. Robinson, J.J. Kīmmorist, James Dick, Jameson Grey, Jennifer Canaveral, Jeremiah Dylan Cook, Joe Butler, Joe Scipione, John Lane, Julia Ross, Justin Terry, K. Van Dam, K.J. Watson, Kamome Ashizawa, Kathryn Bea, Katie Young, Kelly White, Kimberley Rei, Kirin Sasa, Kristin Cleaveland, Laura Keating, Laura Nettles, Leeroy Cross James, Leon Lavender, Lindsay King-Miller, M. Lopes da Silva, Marc Sorondo, Marcelo Medone, Mario Aliberto III, Matthew Barron, Meera Dandekar, Micah Castle, Michelle Cook, Myk Pilgrim, Nick Watts, Paige Johnson, Patrick Barb, Patrick Tumblety, Patrick Winters, Paula Hammond, Petina Strohmer, Russell Nichols, S.O. Green, Scarlett Lake, Scott McGregor, Sean Reardon, Serena Jayne, Steve Neal, Toko Hata, Toshiya Kamei, Victor Nandi, Yukari Kousaka, Yuki Fuwa
Table of Contents
1.ROOM SERVICE by Michael Schomaker
2.A TASTE FOR LIFE by Patrick Freivald
3.THE G.A.T.E. by James Pratt
4.LOST ALLEYS by Jeffrey Thomas
5.CIGARETTES AND MURDER by Kerry G.S. Lipp
6.THE TANK by Rob Smales
7.WHEN THEY TURN ON YOU by Maggie Carroll
8.THAT THING SHE USED TO CALL RING by Johannes Pinter
9.WATER by Jeani Rector
10.INDIAN CARPET by Chris Reed
11.THE CHASE by K. Trap Jones
12.THE MICROWAVE TOWER by Julianne Snow
13.CORPUS DELECTABLE by Sydney Leigh
14.LAST WORDS by S.C. Hayden
15.IN THE LONDON FOG by Doug Robbins
16.WORLDS COLLIDE AND THEN SEPARATE by Vince Liberato
17.STAY by Devlin Giroux
18.HUNT by Michael Schomaker
19.HEADLIGHTS by Mark Slade
20.SABBATICAL IN THE OHIO METHLABS by Joe McKinney
21.CHRISTMAS NIGHT by Christopher Conlon
22.THE MILE LOW CLUB by Rebecca Fung
23.PARTY FAVORS by Chris Leek
24.CAULIFLOWER by Chris Reed
25.SICKNESS UNTO DEATH by A.J. French
26.BLACK GOLD by Jeff McFarland
27.CRUEL MADAME by Naching T. Kassa
28.TATZELWURM by Nicholas Paschall
29.DAISY EYES by April Bullard
30.PARASITIC by C.L. Hesser
31.THE THING IN THE RIVER by J.T. Seate
32.TESTAMENT OF FLESH by Bruce L. Priddy
33.LOVER’S LAMENT by Marc Shapiro
34.ROBERT by Charles D. Bennett
35.URBAN LEGEND by J. T. Seate
36.THE ITCH by Julianne Snow
37.GONE AWRY by Adam Millard
38.SKIN SIN by Shaun Avery
39.THE SINCEREST FORM OF FLATTERY by Rick McQuiston
40.LIQUID: by Robert Friedrich
41.EVIL JIMMY by Michele Tallarita
42.CROSSROAD BLUES by Marc Sorondo
43.THOSE FOUR FALLS by Justin Hunter
44.STAY SCARED by Rick McQuiston
45.THE MEMORY OF LOVE by Peter Adam Salomon
46.THE EGG SAC by Ken MacGregor
47.SKRATTI by Nicholas Paschall
48.BLOODLESS by William Holden
49.SELF HELP by Raymond Gates
50.SCORNED by Winifred Burniston
51.*Bonus Tale* THE BOX by Matt Drabble
Or why certain children must never play in the rain?
What about the witch who lives in the projects?
Do you know the real reason we no longer recognize the ancient constellation Noctua?
Or the secret history of Canada’s most tragic monster?
Did you hear about that creepy tape that cures loneliness forever?
Or the weird pet with the big eyes, gorgeous fur, long stinger, and otherworldly powers?
A demonic wolf that hunts its quarry to the ends of the earth…
An inhuman abomination hidden deep in the Mexican countryside…
A bloodthirsty spirit perpetuating the brutal horrors he committed in life…
A beautiful god with a single, horrific command…
These are just a few of THE MONSTERS WE FORGOT.
Comprising the first three volumes of the bestselling MONSTERS horror anthology series, THE MONSTERS WE FORGOT trilogy is a chilling collection of over 100 folklore-inspired horror stories by an international team of authors ranging from award-winners and bestsellers to visionary newcomers. These stories draw inspiration from the folklore traditions of countries including Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, Ireland, Wales, England, Norway, Nigeria, Greece, Poland, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Canada, and the United States, the tales in this three-part collection range from original folktales and chilling myths to information-age monsters and modern urban legends, and everything in between.
Within the 128,083 words of Part I, you’ll find a treasure trove of myths, legends, folktales, urban legends, historical accounts, and stories about horrors, both ancient and modern, that have been hidden, ignored, or forgotten entirely.
Turn on the lights, check the locks, and settle in. You’re about to remember THE MONSTERS WE FORGOT.
BLOOD TRAILS marks the 4th volume in the Legends of the Monster Hunter series and welcomes 24 brand new stories to the family. Fans of LEATHER, DENIM & SILVER, THE TRIGGER REFLEX and USE ENOUGH GUN will be well pleased with these tales and newcomers to the series will be very glad to discover it.
Behold Use Enough Gun, a collection of monster-hunting tales that explore what happens when hunters don't make it home, when they become the very thing that they are sworn to hunt, or when they lose loved ones they are sworn to protect. Bloody and stark with pain, Use Enough Gun is about what happens when the hunt goes wrong.
Third in the popular Legends of the Monster Hunter series, Use Enough Gun explores some of the darkest tales yet.
We get used to it, carry on as if it wasn’t there. But we have it inside us - we are weird. What you see as normal is just the mosaic of abnormality that you experienced last week, yesterday, this morning - so of course you’ll experience it tomorrow. Or will you?
Zero. Now, that’s a strange number. Its first recorded use was in ancient Babylon, but it didn’t reach Europe till the 12th Century. A round hole of nothing, containing everything. Black hole, wormhole, sinkhole, loophole. Is it the beginning or the end? Welcome to the Rabbit Hole. Weird.