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About Rich Hawkins
Rich Hawkins hails from deep in the West Country, where a childhood of science fiction and horror films set him on the path to writing his own stories. He credits his love of horror and all things weird to his first viewing of John Carpenter's THE THING. His debut novel THE LAST PLAGUE was nominated for a British Fantasy Award for Best Horror Novel in 2015. The sequel, THE LAST OUTPOST, was released in the autumn of 2015. The final novel in the trilogy, THE LAST SOLDIER, was released in March 2016.
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They called it the Event.
The Event changed everything. The earthquakes came first, including the Big One, shattering the Pacific Rim and plunging the world into chaos. Then the seas came, the skies opened, and the never-ending rain began. But as bad as that was, there is something worse.
The Rising has begun.
A lone man who abandoned the world for his addictions searches a waterlogged Austin for something, anything to cling to. Little does he know that something else searches for him.
In the Sonoran Desert, the downtrodden of the world search for a better life north of the border, only to see the desert become an ocean: an ocean that takes life and gives death.
In the woods of Alabama, survivors escape to Fort Resistance, but soon discover that it isn't just the horrors of the deep places of the world that they need to fear; but rather a new and more deadly pestilence that has grown in their own ranks.
In England, it's too late to fight, and all that's left is to survive. One man reaches for his own humanity, but what to do when humanity is an endangered species?
And in the Pacific, He is rising.
In The Abyssal Plain: The R'lyeh Cycle, authors William Holloway, Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason, Brett J. Talley, and Rich Hawkins have created a timely and uniquely modern reimagining of the Cthulhu Mythos.
The Abyssal Plain documents the apocalypse as inspired by H. P. Lovecraft, worsening swiftly from its creepy, suggestive origins to an all-out nightmarish hellscape. Told in the varied voices of its multiple writers--which lends to the feeling of a widespread event--this mosaic novel is a gripping, cinematic roller-coaster ride of action and suspense. Enough with zombies, already...I'd pay to watch a TV show based on this book. "The Walking Squid," anyone? --Jeffrey Thomas, author of Punktown
From Somalia to Wales
From cruising the ocean to hiding in bunkers
From bored kids to ferocious warriors
From hunters to the hunted
From the beginning of the apocalypse to the post-apocalypse, to the post-post-apocalypse...
Featuring stories by:
David Moody (Autumn, Hater)
Adam Baker (Outpost, Winter Raven)
Rich Hawkins (The Last Plague, The Last Outpost)
Iain Rob Wright (The Final Winter, The Gates)
Mark Tufo (Zombie Fallout, Indian Hill)
Sean T Page (Zombie Survival Manual)
Matt Shaw (Sick B*Stards, Rotting Dead F*cks)
Wayne Simmons (Flu, Drop Dead Gorgeous)
Andre Duza (Jesus Freaks, Voodoo Child)
A PLAGUE HAS FALLEN ACROSS THE LAND. SLAUGHTER FILLS THE STREETS. ALL SEEMS LOST.
After Great Britain is hit by a devastating epidemic, four old friends must cross the war-torn country to get home to their families. But in order to reach their loved ones, they must journey through towns, villages and countryside teeming with the monstrous Infected – mutated people whose only desires are to infect and feed.
RUN AND HIDE. SEEK SHELTER. PRAY FOR SALVATION.
THE LAST PLAGUE IS HERE.
When a stranger enters their lives, seeking help, Eddie is forced to make a choice that could alter their lives forever.
THE PLAGUE WINTER is a standalone novella set within the same world as THE LAST PLAGUE and THE LAST OUTPOST.
Praise for Hawkins’ previous work:
‘One of the most intriguing post-apocalyptic novels I've read in a long time.’ (David Moody on THE LAST PLAGUE)
‘A new voice in infection fiction.’ (Sean T. Page on THE LAST PLAGUE)
‘A world of bloody, tearing violence, of pain and misery; of utter solitude, and tooth and nail survival.’ (Ginger Nuts of Horror on THE LAST OUTPOST)
Some tales told only in whispers.
Under the paper thin veneer of our sanity is a world that exists. Hidden just beyond, in plain sight, waiting to consume you should you dare stray from the street-lit paths that sedate our fears.
For centuries the Black Room has stored stories of these encounters, suppressing the knowledge of the rarely seen. Protecting the civilised world from its own dark realities.
The door to the Black Room has once again swung open to unleash twenty one masterful tales of the macabre from the twisted minds of a new breed of horror author.
The Black Room holds many secrets.
Dare you enter… again?
The Sinister Horror Company is proud to present The Black Room Manuscripts Volume Two. All profits made from the sale of this book will go to Alzheimer's Research UK
Eighteen stories from indie authors, each one set in the world which Romero created. Some give insights into events from the Dead films, others use the landscape he formed and create something wholly unique, but still governed by the framework within which the films were set. You'll find no running zombies in here, just proper old-school shamblers, set on nothing but ripping people apart and feasting on their flesh!
This book is made by fans, for fans, our humble tribute to a man who set the fire of creativity within so many. It also includes an afterword by Jonathan Maberry, who edited an anthology with George A. Romero himself.
All proceeds will be going to the American Cancer Society, so you can not only enjoy the stories within, but also contribute to trying to beat this deadly disease.
When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth.
Seth is one of the few passengers to survive the train crash. Now he and his fellow survivors face a new world of snow, ice and freezing fog, where they will be hunted like prey in the ruins of Great Britain.
They must run.
They must hide.
They must survive THE COLD.
A high powered CEO undertakes a highly unusual therapy to take his career to the next level…
A mother frantically searches for the child as the world burns…
Featuring new fiction by Adam Millard, Matt Shaw, Bracken MacLeod, John Boden, Duncan Ralston, Rich Hawkins, Glenn Rolfe, George Daniel Lea, Tim Curran, WD Gagliani & Dave Benton and Kristopher Rufty.
A charity anthology.
Edited by Jack Bantry & Kit Power
Come, take his hand, and experience demented rabbits, chocolate obsessed children drowning in their own greed, serial killers, resurrection and more in this collection guaranteed to kill the cravings of your sweet tooth.
Featuring the authors:
David Owain Hughes
Kyle M. Scott
Duncan P. Bradshaw
J R Park
And an introduction from Gingernuts of Horror's head honcho, Jim Mcleod!
The strange little girls are orphans and changelings, suburban princesses, housewives, nuns and monsters. They are quirky and sweet, terrifying and heartbreaking. All of them a little lost, brimming with their own uniqueness.
In this strange little book of nineteen tales, Lotte goes swimming with her new fishy friends, Rin is freshly dug up, D'arcy strikes a bargain with the midnight mailman and Adelaide enters the mysterious House of Infinite Diversions. Our girls must fasten their bonnets and straighten their skirts to battle otherworldly dangers and challenging circumstances, internal struggles and doubts – and maybe find out who they really are.
Edited by Camilla Bruce and Liv Lingborn.
Table of Contents:
Fairy Tale Ending by Terra LeMay
Deep Down by Tim Jeffreys
The Cottage of Curiosities by Annie Neugebauer
Black Flower Butterfly by Rich Hawkins
Beehive Heart by Angela Rega
Annabelle’s Sleepover by Jan Stinchcomb
Bones in Boxes by Frances Pauli
Marco Polo by Calypso Kane
Teeth Bite Harder in the Dark by Sierra July
Sisters in the Art of Dying by Megan Neumann
The Empty Birdcage by L. Lark
Cedar Lake by Ekaterina Sedia
Pinhole by Tantra Bensko
From Strangers by Ephiny Gale
D’arcy Gray and the Midnight Mailman by Ian MacAllister-McDonald
Pretty Jennie Greenteeth by Leife Shallcross
Where Summer Ends by Colette Aburime
We Have Always Lived in the Subdivision by Karen Munro
House of Infinite Diversions by Aliya Whiteley