21 Grams M. Regan In the bowels of an unassuming, ever-moving funerary parlor, a mortician known as the Operator hides a fearsome machine called the Godwin, rumored to have the ability to resurrect the dead. It runs, like a soul does, on logos: on words. And in exchange for those words—for a client’s life story—the corpse of their choosing might yet walk again. Careful, though. Words bear weight, so one must choose them wisely. Author M. Regan delivers a harrowing and beautiful glimpse into a world filled with desire, darkness, love, and loss.
"There are many emotions in play here: grief, rage, loss, forgiveness, love and fear... 21 Grams is not going to leave my heart for a long time." -Sarah Duck-Mayr
"This is a book that will make you think. It will provide a creep factor that builds instead of making you jump... It is a read that will stick with you and make you wonder what you would be willing to do for a lost loved one, or to one that is not so loved." -Daniel Yocom of Guild Master Gaming
"21 Grams by M. Regan blew my mind, and not just because of the splendid metaphysical elements... 21 Grams was so unique that I can't think of any books like it. Suffice it to say that if you’re a fan of philosophical, gothic literature that provides great LGBTQ+ representation, I strongly suggest you check out 21 Grams by M. Regan." -Kayla C. Reviews
Something dark and malevolent stalks the majestic Northwoods of Michigan, and each corpse sends a new wave of terror through the small town of LeRoy. Anthropology professor Jack Allen uncovers a pattern of strange encounters, disappearances, and unsolved murders that shake him to his core. The deeper Jack delves into the horror in the woods, the more his life falls apart around him. With his family and all of Northern Michigan hanging in the balance, Jack must find a way to stop the cycle or risk losing everything to the ultimate predator. Meet a new kind of monster in David C. Posthumus’s bone-chilling suspenseful thriller, The Legend of the Dogman!
"Part family saga, part supernatural horror this chilling read kept me turning the pages late into the night." -Irene, Goodreads
"The story once it got going played out a bit like a movie in my head, dragging me along on this horrific roll-a-coaster." -SJ, Goodreads
"I thoroughly enjoyed it! It was very suspenseful with unexpected twists and turns." -Bonnie, Goodreads
"Good, suspenseful story about the Dogman. Being from Michigan myself, I especially enjoyed all the shout-outs to local cities, places, and more."
"It’s description makes me think of the Dog Soldiers (2002) werewolves in height and stature, the smell like the bins for medical waste; this is not a nice cryptid, do not attempt to pet!" -Sarah Duck-Mayr
Moon Song’s brother has gone missing in the town of Blackrock, Pennsylvania. Worried that her brother has slipped back into addiction and desperate for answers, Moon hires private investigator Ben Sawyer to help her uncover the truth. Together they discover what the people of Blackrock refuse to acknowledge: something terrible has happened inside the coal mine that defies all logical explanation, and it threatens the lives of every single person in town. Bodies are piling up at the funeral home, and many others have seemingly vanished.
Moon’s only hope of finding answers rests in the hands of a local professor who knows the mine’s horrible secrets. But the professor has problems of his own, and unless he can confront the creature that’s hunting him, Moon’s chances of making it out of town alive are darker than a seam of coal.
Dive into Ken Brosky’s horror-fueled nightmare and find out what’s in The Beyond!
"I was tickled pink by how deeply I enjoyed this damn story!" -Netgalley Review
"Whether he's describing small town interactions and relationships, the coal mining industry, or the efforts of a grieving sister to uncover the truth about her brother, Brosky does a wonderful job of detailing action and emotion in a powerful saga of second chances gone awry. Readers of thriller, horror, and supernatural mystery will find The Beyond an exciting, involving story that keeps them guessing to the end, thoroughly immersed in the dilemmas faced by Moon, Ben, and the people of Blackrock." - Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review
"Despite a few flaws, this tale's inventive worldbuilding and appreciation for bloody thrills shine." - Kirkus Reviews
"Recommended highly to all horror readers and especially to those who enjoy Bentley Little novels. I am a huge fan of small town horror where the last remaining normal people turn into unlikely heroes, and that is just part of the reason this fast paced story was a hit with me." - Well Worth a Read Book Blog
"The twists in this horror tale make it original, scary, and violent. Not knowing who to trust amped the suspense." - Catriona on Goodreads
"A very imaginative and unique story." - Dollie on Goodreads
"I would recommend this novel to any horror fan." - Jen on Goodreads
"It freaked the Hell out of me!" - Mary on Goodreads
"I was tickled pink by how much I enjoyed this damn story!" - Lisa on Goodreads
In the guts of a nameless city, career criminal Owen fights for his sanity and his life. After stealing a morbid piece of artwork at the behest of his boss, Owen discovers the original owners of the grotesque painting are part of a twisted cult known as The Family—and they’ll stop at nothing to get it back.
The longer Owen possesses the painting, the more it warps his mind and alters the very world around him. Between those that want him dead, his own dark past, and his crumbling grip on reality, the walls are closing in. Unstable but determined, Owen is the only thing standing between our world and the coming Harvest.
Dead Stars and Stone Arches: A Collection of Utah Horror
There is something out there, just beyond the reach of human understanding. It flits at the corner of our eyes and titillates the hairs on the back of our necks. You can feel it sometimes, just under your skin. Fortunately, most of us will never know the full extent of what lies sleeping in the cosmos. They are the lucky ones. However, those few who glimpse the maddening truth become forever changed. Contained within this esoteric tome are thirty-seven stories and poems about forbidden knowledge, hidden terrors, and mind-breaking horrors that lurk in the dark places of the earth. Be warned, though, there's no stopping once you start this journey, and sometimes, ignorance is bliss.
Featuring poems and stories by:
Michael Jess Alexander, Mickie Bolling-Burke, J.M. Cullen, Daniel Cureton, Steven Dee Kish, Donald Evans, Nicholas J. Evans, K. Scott Forman, Arthur Goodhill, Joseph Hope, Derek Hutchins, C.R. Langille, C.H. Lindsay, Carter Lappin, Bryan McEntire, D.J. Moore, Eric Nirschel, Lehua Parker, Cygnus Perry, Jonathan Reddoch, Levi Robinson, Nnandi Samuel, Kristi Petersen Schoonover, Henry Snider, Joshua P. Sorensen, Paul Starkey, S.J. Townend, Heidi Voss, Chad A.B. Wilson, William R.D. Wood
Charlotte Curran is willing to do whatever it takes to make sure her newest book is a best seller... even if that means murdering her best friend.
Nobody suspects her of killing renowned author Kim Lavoie, but when Charlotte starts seeing Kim everywhere she turns, she quickly realizes it's more than just her guilty conscience haunting her. With each passing day, Kim’s judging gaze grows more difficult to escape.
Magnum Opus is a dark look at the price of fame and the legacy we leave behind.