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About Raymond Little
Raymond Little is a writer of dark fiction, with short stories published in several well received anthologies. His debut novel, Eyes of Doom, will be published by Blood Bound Books in May 2017.
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Lose yourself in twenty-two remarkable stories of earthly horror and cosmic menace.
Night Terrors III features Bram Stoker Award-winning author Jack Ketchum and an all-star cast from Dennis Etchinson to Paul Tremblay,
A wave of sinkholes appears on the anniversary of a rural tragedy, and local residents begin to hear the voices of the dead.
A woman encounters a predator from her youth—and a chance to turn the tables.
Experimental physics reveals another world, and it might mean the end of ours.
Shrouded in darkness, lurking in the shadows, Night Terrors III is a chilling blend of short stories from all sub-genres of horror.
You can't kill terror...so you might as well join it!
Jack Ketchum - Steve Rasnic Tem - Dennis Etchison - Paul Tremblay - Taylor Grant - Eric J. Guignard - Aric Sundquist - Jennifer Brozek - John McNee - Simon McCaffery - Patty Templeton - Matt Moore - Raymond Little - Dean H. Wild - Jay Caselberg - Kevin David Anderson - Simon McCaffery - Rachel Nussbaum - Peter Charron - Richard Farren Barber - Gerry Huntman - Kyle S. Johnson - Jessica Lilien
The +Horror Library+ anthologies are internationally praised as a groundbreaking source of contemporary horror short fiction stories--relevant to the moment and stunning in impact--from leading authors of the macabre and darkly imaginative.
Filled with Fears and Fantasy. Death and Dark Dreams. Monsters and Mayhem. Literary Vision and Wonder. Each volume of the +Horror Library+ series is packed with heart-pounding thrills and creepy contemplations as to what truly lurks among the shadows of the world(s) we live in.
Containing 27 all-original stories, read Volume 6 in this ongoing anthology series, and then continue with the other volumes.
Shamble no longer through the banal humdrum of normalcy, but ENTER THE HORROR LIBRARY!
Included within Volume 6:
- In "Better You Believe," remnants of a mountain climbing party must help each other climb down a mountain after an avalanche.
- In "The Starry Crown," a college professor travels to the American South to research lyrics of an old religious hymn with roots in slavery.
- In "The Plumber," a young couple call in a plumber to fix a clogged line, but the service call escalates into an inescapable nightmare.
- . . . and more!
"Make sure your health insurance covers psychiatric counseling before reading this book, because you're gonna need it…” Edward Lee, author of Header
Ranging from funny and bizarre to downright disturbing, D.O.A. II is a continuation and improvement on the extreme content you have come to expect from Blood Bound Books.
Returning authors Shane McKenzie and John McNee are now joined by Wrath James White, Kristopher Triana, Jack Ketchum, K. Trap Jones and many more.
“This is the cream of grotesquerie's crop, a Whitman's Sampler of the heinous, and an absolutely gut-wrenching celebration of the furthest extremities of the scatological, the taboo, the unconscionable, and the blasphemous." -Edward Lee, author of Header.
Pull back the coroner's sheet, hold your breath, and enjoy the ride.
THIS IS NOT FOR THE SQUEAMISH.
Wrath James White - Jack Ketchum - Robert Devereaux - J.F. Gonzalez - K. Trap Jones - David Quinn - Shane McKenzie - John McNee - Kristopher Triana - Raymond Little - Daniel I. Russell - Wol-vriey - David Bernstein - Gregory L. Norris - Matt Kurtz - D Lynn Smith - Monica J. O’Rourke - Kerry G.S. Lipp - Laura Campbell - Harper Hull - Calie Voorhis - Anton Cancre - David Bernstein - Kelly M. Hudson- Joshua Dobson - Ken MacGregor -Gregory L. Norris - Thomas Pluck
Televisions Which Reveal Alternate Universes
Inanimate Objects Brought to Life
People Struggling to Survive in Apocalyptic Wastelands
and much, much more.
Desolation: 21 Tales for Tails is a collection of dark speculative fiction whose stories all focus on themes of loneliness, isolation, and abandonment. Enter into strange worlds envisioned by some of the most inventive authors writing today.
A portion of the proceeds of each sale of Desolation: 21 Tales for Tails benefits the Last Day Dog Rescue Organization.
This is going to hurt...
Vinnie, Matt, Jack, and Georgina’s friendship survived the fire in Hope House when they were eleven years old, but their memories of that fateful day did not.
Neither did Frankie.
Yet that hasn’t stopped Vinnie from seeing the dead boy years later. As the surviving friends age, their memories start returning as well as a sense that something is watching them. Something evil.
The past, the present, the future, it’s all the same. And now that the cycle is coming back on itself, it’s finally time for the friends to face the Eyes of Doom.
“There are few writers who can capture the emotional resonance of multiple characters while also filling the pages with elaborate twists of circumstance and thrills, yet you have found your way to one of them: —Eric J. Guignard, winner of the Bram Stoker Award, and finalist for the International Thriller Writers Award
Welcome to the American Nightmare.
Nuclear families dabbling in the occult. Little League games in the summer, old blood spilled in the dust. Unspeakable things hiss and crawl, unseen along the 38th parallel, camouflaged under muzzle flashes. This is what happens behind the white picket fences and waving flags.
Praise for American Nightmare:
“Buried in the nostalgia and innocence of bygone days, American Nightmare is a riveting collection of dark stories that leaves the big-block motor running, as we sneak into a deserted alley to huff on a Pall Mall, our hair slicked back, a switchblade clicking open as the shadows close in around us. Behind a closed door, away from the manicured lawn, the music continues—guitar licks and a back beat that just won’t quit—drowning out the screams, as we pull the blinds down, wash off our tentacles, and cinch our masks on tight.”
—Richard Thomas, Staring Into the Abyss
Grandma Elspeth's Enchiridion for Domestic Harmony - Rachel Anding
In the Blood - Mark W. Coulter
Chiaroscuro - Dino Parenti
Bow Creek - Raymond Little
Glow - Adrean Messmer
Lucy's Lips - Madeleine Swann
Pear People from Planet 13 - MP Johnson
Ghost Girl, Zombie Boy and the Count - Chris Thorndycroft
The Two Monsters of Levittown - T. Fox Dunham
Double Feature - Neal Litherland
The Black Pharaoh of Hollywood - Ian Welke
The King - W. P. Johnson
A Night to Remember - Tim Marquitz
All the Beautiful Marilyns - Max Booth III