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About Paul Lubaczewski
Paul has lived all over the country before settling in Appalachia over fifteen years ago with his wife Leslie and their son. He also has two adult children living in his native Pennsylvania. He is the author of two horror comedy novels, with a third one on the way from Madness Heart Press. Along with that he has published a novella and a collection of novelettes from St. Rooster Books, “A New Life” and “3Hits From the Holler.” His first full length collection, “What Is a Paddywack” published this May from Dreaming Big Publications. Paul is a member of the Horror Writers Association, appearing on panel for horror comedy at the 2021 Stoker Con. He has a dark and serious horror side, but he has also never answered the question, "Is everything a joke with you?" correctly once in his entire life.
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What flavor is your nightmare?
Forty-nine authors have come together to tell us theirs. Each story is unique in its horror but all should be read with the lights on and the shadows kept at bay, because some stories tend to stay with you even after the book is closed.
From established authors, to people putting pen to paper for the first time.
Books of Horror presents its inaugural Community Anthology.
Staci Layne Wilson
Matthew A. Clarke
Eugene C. McLean Jr.
Kevin J. Kennedy
Joshua E. Borgmann
Justin M. Woodward
The Pullulations of the Tribe, by Adrian Cole
The Dead of Night, by Christian Riley
Mother of My Children, by Bruce L. Priddy
The Man Who Murders Happiness, by John R. Fultz
A Handful of Dust, by Tom English
Revolution à l’Orange, by Paul Lubaczewski
Fiends of the Southern Plains, by Patrick Tumblety
The Pyrrhic Crusade, by Stanley B. Webb
The Migration of Memories, by Charles Wilkinson
Maquettes, by Paul St John Mackintosh
In the Shadows, by J.S. Watts
“The Spot,” by C.R. Langille
Schism in the Sky, by Donald McCarthy
To Roam the Universe, Forgotten and Free, by Janet Harriett
Rejuvenate, by Lily Luchesi
Vigil Night, by Lorenzo Crescentini
Dead Clowns for Christmas, by L.J. Dopp
The Tale and the Teller, by Darrell Schweitzer
Plus poetry by K.A. Opperman, Frederick J. Mayer, James Matthew Byers, and Jessica Amanda Salmonson
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,
16 stories by some of the freshest and best horror writers working today. Dig in, and feast on the corruption.
"Thou Shalt Not Suffer," by Matt Neil Hill
"No Holds Bard," by Adrian Cole
"Laying the Hairy Book," by Josh Reynolds
"Here Is Where Your Proud Waves Halt," by Erica Ruppert
"Vicious Circles," by Paul Dale Anderson
"Assorted Shades of Red," by Franklyn Searight
"Strange Days in Old Yandrissa," by John R. Fultz
"Fertility Rites," by Glynn Owen Barrass
"The Witch’s Heart," by Rachel Bolton
"Hag Race," by Andre E. Harewood
"Best Friend Becky," by Wayne Faust
"The Rat in the Rabbit Cage," by Ashley Dioses
"Two Spells," by Neva Bryan
"Pulled Over," by Paul Spears
"The Witch of Skur," by L.F. Falconer
"Cat and Mouse," by Duane Pesice
"Last of the Ashiptu," by Paul Lubaczewski
"Firestorm," by Richard H. Durisen
"The Witch of Pender," by John Linwood Grant
"The Nora Witch," by Brandon Jimison
"The Broken Witch," by Scott Hutchison
Plus poetry by Maurits Zwankhuizen, Lucy A. Snyder, David F. Daumit, S.L. Edwards, Lori R. Lopez, Frederick J. Mayer, K.A. Opperman, Clay F. Johnson, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Oliver Smith, Darla Klein
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Join us for 9 short stories of the macabre featuring:
FIRST BITE by Mark Bearden
THIS IS HORROR by Daniel J. Kirk
LITTLE MEN by D. A. D'Amico
GENTLE COMES THE THAW by Paul Lubaczewski
HONEY AND OIL by Kev Harrison
THE LAST NIGHT by Mandi Jourdan
A SLOW METABOLISM by Simon McHardy
THE WOODS OUT BACK by Shawn P. Madison
FULL SPREAD by Sara Green
Learning his own family's secrets puts him smack dab in the middle of being nagged at by ghosts, and trying to survive when witches go to war.
They say that blood is thicker than water…but some family members take that old adage a little too far.
Our family and friends are the only things that stand between us and a frightening and dangerous world. But what if members of the “fam” aren’t quite what they seem on the surface?
They say that everyone has a hidden monster inside them, waiting for the quiet click of the lock that will unleash them. What do you do when you find yourself holding the key?
In the twelfth volume of Ink Stains, authors Adan Berkowitz, Michael Martin Garrett, James Harper, Marty Keller, Jamie Landry, K. L. Lord, Paul Lubaczewski, Jose Gabriel Siles, Lani Steele, and Alyssa N. Vaughn explore the secret hostilities and inner demons that lie beneath the seeming calm waters of those we love the most.
We may even find out how thick blood really can be.
Ink Stains, a quarterly anthology published by Dark Alley Press, is about shining a stark light on the shadows of life, exploring those dimly lit corridors, and unearthing those long-buried secrets. We don’t believe good will always triumph over evil or that someone will always be around to save the day.
Sometimes all we have is ourselves. And the stories that keep us turning the page.
With hyper-cool expansions, an all-new short story, an all-new author foreword, and an all-new foreword from Stoker Award-winning author Jeff Strand!
Amazon best seller Paul Lubaczewski returns with a collection of short stories that are always horrific and yet often dark and personal as well with “What Is a Paddywack.” It includes the 2018 Annual Critters Readers' Poll runner up “The Last of the Ashiptu” and much more including the novella “The Fire That Remembers.” Stories of ghosts, witches, haunted buildings, demons and dark monsters from this world and beyond the stars themselves populate the pages of this collection. Terror leavened with deeper emotions are on tap in the pages of “What Is a Paddywack.”
Amazon best seller Paul Lubaczewski presents a collection of horror and science fiction torn straight from the psyche. Thirteen tales of revenge, witchcraft, ghosts, greed, and terrors from beyond the realm of human understanding populate “What Is A Paddywack”
What the critics are saying about Paul Lubaczewski
“Paul doesn’t pull punches in the horror department, really building the tension especially in the hunts, where anything can happen.” -Biff Bam Pop!
“Paul Lubaczewski is a super talented writer able to grab and hold the attention throughout his entire story.”- GBHBL
“Paul Lubaczewski wrote something that was a beautiful,weird, but beautiful gleam of light in this year of 2020.”- Punk Rock Horror Podcast
“The important aspect of all this is the fact readers will care about the characters involved… and that makes all the difference.”- Diabolique Magazine