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About T.M. Morgan
T.M. Morgan writes horror and other dark tales. He currently lives in southern Maryland along the Chesapeake Bay, with his wife and children. His stories have appeared in Lamplight, Vastarien, Penumbric, and Mythaxis, as well as the anthologies Caravans Awry, Thirty-two White Horses on a Vermillion Hill, Anthology of Bizarro, Devil's Gulch, and Tales From Omnipark.
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Sleepwalk is a selection of stories that are poised to lead your soul to the darkest corners of your mind.
Amanda believes someone is moving around the graves in a cemetery. She begins to gather video evidence to prove her suspicion.Sleepwalk features 25 pieces of horror fiction, written by 24 authors from around the globe.
Something sinister awaits the Army personnel inside a cave at the Takur Ghar mountain in Afghanistan.
Eleven tourists have vanished without a trace while on vacation in Charleston this year. Is the town cursed?
Beverly's newly hired dishwasher Dan is a well-read man & a deep thinker. But what is the nameless fear that seems to stalk him?
How far will Joan go to protect her granddaughter after she comes home one night with the blood of her attacker on her hands?
Your son Sydney begins to sleepwalk around the house just like you used to when you were a child..
Authors who have written in this collection are Lamont A. Turner, Thomas Caterer, Charlie Steip, Rohit Sawant, Carl Taylor, Paul Stevens, Tim Goldstone, Matthew Melao, Kevin Edwin Stadt, Metin Vardar, Jacek Wilkos, Sarthak Kaul, Allen Ashley, Mark Blickley, Tom Garback, Simon Lee-Price, Surina Venkat, T.M. Morgan, Maggie D. Brace, Robert Scott, Kristine Watson, Soumya Sarita Kar, Megan Carlson, Christopher T. Dabrowski and Jay Chakravarti.
Imagine 'Monty Python' writes horror...
Welcome to the wonderfully horrific world of Bizarro - that dark, forbidding corner of the horror genre where absolutely anything goes and one may delve into the farthest recesses of the authors' warped imaginations.
Prepare yourself, dear reader, for a journey into the unknown reaches of terror, from which you can only hope you will return with your sanity intact...
Enjoy 16 outstanding stories from: Scott McGregor, A.L. King, Garvan Giltinan, Keith Kennedy, Robert Prescott, T.M. Morgan, Lee Rozelle, John W. Leonard, A.L. King, Matthew McKiernan, Aron Beauregard, Ken Goldman, Victor Marrow, Ryan Woods, and Stephen Daultrey
It was all in the name of science. Now someone has to clean up the mess.
Stan Armstrong dedicated his entire life to science. Branded as a maverick and a risk-taker by his colleagues, his unorthodox experiments and outlandish theories of time and space resulted in loss of funding and ultimately, his termination from tenure at the university where he’d spent his entire career.
Stan’s insatiable quest to explore extreme hypotheses and to prove the unproven were matched only by his neurotic lust to peel back the mysterious layers of time and space to expose the hidden secrets of the universe. Determined to continue his work at all costs, he uproots the life he once knew, liquidates his assets and builds his own lab on a desolate twenty-four-acre rural property in Devil’s Gulch, Utah, no longer bound by government regulation or the prying eyes of small-minded administrators.
Whether born from his profound love for science, or his enormous ego, Stan unintentionally unleashes something sinister in Devil’s Gulch—something that was never meant to walk this Earth.
Sinister Smile Press presents Devil’s Gulch, a horror novel written by Claire Brown, Matthew A. Clarke, T.M. Morgan, Chris Wilkerson, Chisto Healy, Kayla Krantz, Jon Miller, T.M. Brown, Mark Young, Bridgett Nelson, R.E. Sargent and Steven Pajak.
Our Table of Contents: Caravans Awry by Maxwell Ian Gold / Within the Darkness of the Carnivále by Donald Armfield / The Association by Duane Pesice / An Autumnal Stain by Matthew A. St. Cyr / Circus of Crows by Russell Smeaton / The Devil’s Circus by Adam Bolivar / The Sundowners by Sarah Walker / Nanosophobia ~ The Fear of Clowns by A.P. Sessler / My Summer Job by Ralph Rotten / The Side Unshown ~ A Tale of Carnival Horror by Frank Coffman / The Tulsa Devil by T.M. Morgan / Two Silver Dollars by Scott J. Couturier / Sometimes We Come by Shayne K. Keen / Carnival Siren by K.A. Opperman/ Ice by Jill Hand / Calliope Comes Back by Peter Rawlik / The Price of Admission by Maxwell Ian Gold / Cannibal by Ashley Dioses / A Day at the Circus by E.O. Daniels / A Tale of Two Mirrors by James Fallweather / Pie Town by Sean M. Thompson / Wires by John Linwood Grant / Loop by S.L. Edwards / The Pumpkin Juggler by K.A. Opperman / The Procurer by John Paul Fitch / Mother Road by Candace Wiggins / Red Right Hand by William Tea / Carnivale ad Litteram by Frank Coffman
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Based on the Greek myth of the Minotaur's birth, THE BULL follows Sterling as he tries to escape his bosses and spend his last days in peace. But he is drawn into tragedy and madness instead.