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About William Wood
Born in Greenwood, South Carolina, Will traces his love of science fiction and horror back to a childhood filled with Space: 1999 reruns, a worn-out copy of Dune, and Heavy Metal magazine. His work has appeared in Nature, Daily Science Fiction and Tales to Terrify. A good writing day often finds him at any of several favorite overlooks on the Blue Ridge Parkway deeply immersed in a new work of science fiction steeped in cosmic horror. Will currently lives with his wife and children in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley in an old farmhouse turned backwards to the road.
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A dazzling collection of the most gripping tales of horror, vividly told.
These words marked the passing of the man known only as The Time Traveler as he sailed across the span of Earth's timeline and into its final years.
First published in 1895, The Time Machine by Herbert George (H.G.) Wells is a blueprint for science fiction and horror that persists to this day: underneath the science and the theories that attract a reader's mind, there is an underlying story of a person who struggles with the question that burns in the heart of every man: what does it all mean?
Now is your chance to find out.
In an anthology spanning the entire human history and reaching far into its future, witness bold new visions of man's quest to conquer the fourth dimension. Including:
A man enters a virtual past and discovers his future...A historian rewriting a new history will find a way to restore the fragmented past...The Time Traveler witnesses the end of the universe with a companion who may not be altogether human...Find out what happens when Time Travel technology falls into the wrong hands...A man shows just how much damage to the past a single bullet can do if the target is the right one.
Looking for great horror and science fiction?
Take a Trip Through Terror!
Wells Unleashed: Book 2.
Quick fiction for readers on the go! Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Presents Flush Fiction is a tantalizing collection of 88 short-short stories custom-picked for the Bathroom Reader aficionado. We scoured the nation for talented writers and asked them to send us their best quick reads. The result: mysteries, horror, sci-fi, adventure, plenty of laughs--and a few gasps--in these startling short stories. They’re like little movies for your mind! Some titles to entice you:
* “Mr. Agreeable”
* “Dead Man’s Float”
* “The Unseeing Eye”
* “Checking out a Geezer”
* “My First Foreign Woman and the Sea”
* “Rusty the Pirate (A Historical Feghoot)”
* “The Loom of Doom Galls Mainly in the Tomb”
What are these stories about? Check out Flush Fiction and you won’t be disappointed!
Slip into the skin of common men and women and experience the horror through their eyes. Follow the Zombie Apocalypse from its initial stages to the brink of the abyss, and over…into the pits of an unthinkable Hell on Earth. Tune into your local stations for the latest updates or stay here and follow the story as it unfolds on…Eye Witness: Zombie
These new authors appear alongside the following classic and essential writers: George Tomkyns Chesney, George Allan England, Austin Hall, H.P. Lovecraft, A. Merritt, Robert Potter, Garrett P. Serviss, Jonathan Swift, Voltaire, H.G. Wells; along with text from The Taking of Ireland (retold tales from The Book of Invasions).
This is how the world ends.
This is how the world ends.
Not in a bang, but in a book.
58 flash fiction stories of the final hours. Passion, pain and horror of the end of days, all in short vignettes.
Featuring stories from:
Christine Morga, Essel Pratt, Cameron Suey, T. Fox Dunham, Guy Anthony De Marco, Mandy DeGeit, Jessica McHugh, Kristopher Kelly, E. Catherine Tobler, Jamie Lackey, George Cotronis, William R.D. Wood, Lee Clark Zumpe, Lincoln Crisler, Eryk Pruitt, Michael H. Antonio, Kallirroe Agelopoulou, Steve Calvert, Rebecca J. Allred, Darcie Little Badger, Erik B. Scott, Terry M. West, Glenn Rolfe, Josh Strnad, J.A. Martin, Darryl Dawson, DJ Tyrer, Joana Eça de Queiroz, Lex T. Lindsay, Arno Hurter, Cameron Shifflet, J.P. Freeman, Marie DesJardin, Dusty Wallace, Doug Murano, Ken MacGregor, Victoria Dalpe, Kelda Crich, Pedro Iniguez, Joey Capora, S.R. Mastrantone, Damir Salkovic, Sylvia Spruck Wrigley, Jason Sharp, Leslianne Wilder, Jennifer Loring, Bryce Hughes, L.C. Mortimer, Rebecca Barbee, E. E. King, David Turnbull, Richard Thomas, Rose Blackthorn, K.Z. Morano, Adrian Ludens, Kenneth W. Cain, Michael Haynes, Michael Penkas
Included in this mega-pack: 65 Lovecraftian tales:
Tark Left Santiago, by Joseph S. Pulver, SR
The Spaces Between Space, by Brett J. Talley
Eliza, by Joshua Reynolds
White Noise, by Michael Matheson
The Vessels, by Nancy O. Greene
Marked as Urgent, by A.J. French
This Scattered Ash, by W.H. Pugmire & Jacob Henry Orloff
I Am the Key, by Mike Davis
Inheritance, by Patricia Correll
Dark Ambient Metamorphosis, by John Claude Smith
The Locked Door, by Brian M. Sammons
A Catechism for Aspiring Amnesiacs, by Nicole Cushing
Available Light, by John Palisano
That Old Problem, by T.E. Grau
Taking the Cure, by Mark Howard Jones
The Fire of Zon Mezzamalech, by Randall D. Larson
Ecstasy of the Gold, by Stephen Mark Rainey
Scale Hall, by Simon Kurt Unsworth
The Dog Who Wished He’d Never Heard of Lovecraft, by Anna Tambour
The Ouroboros Apocrypha, by Jayaprakash Satyamurthy
Over the Hills,by Victor Takac
This Inscrutable Light: A Response to Thomas Ligotti’s “The Conspiracy Against the Human Race”, an essay by Brandon H. Bell
A Beer and Tentacles, by Holliann Kim
Now She Preys Through Endless Days, by Jenna M. Pitman
Fiesta of Our Lady, by Ann K. Schwader
God Serum, by Wendy N. Wagner
Drive, She Said, by Tracie McBride
Bus Stop, by Jerod Brennen
Starry… Yet…, by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr
Station Waiting Room, by Simon Kurt Unsworth
Pickman’s Marble, by Peter and Mandy Rawlik
Invitation, by Siobhan Gallagher
In Memoriam, by W.H. Pugmire
A Stranger at the Door, by Bradly Shelby
In the Tank, by Scott Nicolay
The Thing In the Depths, by Pete Rawlik
Fish Eye, by David A. Riley
Fade to Black, by Robert Borski
The Visitor From Outside, by A.J. French
A Mote in the Void, by Simon Kewin
Miscegenation, by Glynn Barrass
The Twilight Turns From Amethyst, by Nicola Belte
Red Sands, by Douglas Poirier
Extraction, by Julio Toro San Martin
A Counting Game, by Derek Ferreira
Carnacki: The Parliament of Owls, by William Meikle
Twenty to Life in the Lonesome October, by Evan Dicken
The Great and Groovy Game, by Joshua Wanisko
My Least Immemorial Year, by Zach Shephard
The Gotterdammerung Gavotte, by Josh Reynolds
Big D, Little D, by Edward Morris
The Blackbird Whistling, or, Just After, by Orrin Grey
Fallen Books and Other Subtle Clues in Zelazny’s “A Night in the Lonesome October”, by Dr. Christopher S. Kovacs
A Thousand Smokes, by W.H. Pugmire
The Strange Case of Crazy Joe Gallo, by Jeffrey Thomas
In the House of the Hummingbirds, by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
The Treatment Room, by Kevin Crisp
Obsidian Capra Aegagrus, by Christopher Slatsky
The Dig, by Monica Valentinelli
Amtopians, by Logan Davis
Of Faith and Fallow, by William R.D. Wood
The Dead of Winter, by Jay Caselberg
Herbert West in Love, by Molly Tanzer
Wind Walker, by Neil John Buchanan
Yule Log, by Richard Holland
Lovecraft eZine is a monthly magazine featuring Lovecraftian horror and the Cthulhu Mythos. Lovecraft eZine was given a "thumbs-up" by S.T. Joshi, and regularly publishes well-known writers such as Stephen Mark Rainey, W.H. Pugmire, Ann K. Schwader, Joseph S. Pulver, SR., William Meikle, and many more.
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.
Since when have there been sparkling vampires? Are they a new brand of champagne or what?
Vampires are supposed to be wily, tricky, and even evil. And they never, ever sparkle. In this book, you’ll find stories with some refreshing takes on vampires: vampire heroes, vampire villains, humorous vampires, among others. Check out 22 stories with the most bite by Carol Hightshoe, Lee Pletzers, J.A. Campbell, T. Fox Dunham, Stephanie Ellis, and other exceptional authors. Grab some garlic, wooden stakes, and crucifixes, and get ready to party, because these vampires don’t sparkle.