A Wistful Tale of Gods, Men, and Monsters

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“Replete with tinges of Supernatural and Stranger Things, it brings to mind what you might get if director Tim Burton wrote horror novels!” —Manhattan Book Review

Can a village be inherently evil? Welcome to Brunswick NY, Population 4,941.

On the surface, this sleepy hamlet comes alive in the autumn with picturesque apple orchards, haunted corn mazes, laden pumpkin patches and holiday hay rides. During a snowy Halloween, a young William Willowsby must battle evil forces that have been shielded by the locals for generations. On the outskirts of the town is the abandoned Forest Park Cemetery. All things wicked seem to revolve around the old graveyard. A rarely seen homunculus serves an evil task master. Together they weave a wicked web that attempts to snare the youth of the hamlet. A creepy graveyard, a spooky schoolhouse, an abandoned mortuary and a member of his own family will leave you simply sleepless.

Under the Bed

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Jackie had quite the typical childhood growing up. Except for the time his mom poured near boiling water over him. And his father’s “Final Solution” to his little bed wetting problem. And of course the phantasmal nightmares. The old man with gnarled teeth, arthritic fingers coming for him night after night, reaching out closer and closer.
Now about to graduate from high school, Jack is about to learn the most important lesson of his life: There really are monsters under the bed. Or at least one. Feeding off the fear created by human misery and suffering, Shrekoli is back for his latest conquest. Back to take Jack under the bed.
But this time Jack’s not alone. No stranger to past horrors herself, Stacy must ready herself for one more to save them both. One so terrifying and unthinkable it will test her strength of both body and mind. Can Stacy help Jack to escape the inescapable? Or will Shrekoli feast on Jack’s fear, punishing his body and mind for all of time?

The Chameleon

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Welcome to Hell, Missouri: a Podunk town that’s quickly becoming an epicenter for paranormal activity.

When a series of appalling murders leads the local sheriff to conclude that the perpetrator may not reside in the mortal realm, he recruits washed-up horror novelist Philip Solomon to offer insight into the investigation.

As the investigation unfolds, it becomes apparent that Philip’s past may be to blame for the paranormal activity that seems to be increasing throughout the town.