Cursed in life. Damned in death. The only person capable of stopping a terrible prophecy is the one born to fulfill it. For centuries, the Spirit Wall has protected the world from the terrible powers of the undead god Vagruth. But now the Spirit Wall has begun to crumble, and with it the only thing preventing the world from becoming overrun by undead hordes. Nadia Gareth knows... [click here for more]
Sacrifice. Love. Loss. Salvation. These are the themes that weave throughout this cerebral tale of a self-loathing angel in love with humanity. Sophia is an angel raised as a human, with no memory of her divine origins. But she knows that somehow she must help the emotionally isolated Filo realize his own worth. Together they seek to understand the truth of what it means to be human, while an... [click here for more]
WINNER! Best Sci-Fi Novel 2008 A Top Ten Finalist in the 2007 Preditors & Editors Readers' Poll! Welcome to the Wagner Institute for Mental Treatment and Investigations. Since 1966, Dr. Johann Wagner has guided his team of paranormal investigators and psychologists in solving supernatural crimes and unlocking the secrets of the human mind. But now a horror from his past has come back to... [click here for more]
Lynn Veach Sadler weaves this coming of age tale with old wives' tales and a twist of menace to deliver a stunning, thoughtful story of youth and penance. Polly Junior never could understand why all the womenfolk in her sleepy little town would get so worked up over the arrival of Mr. Rufe. Why did everyone feel obligated to open their homes each year to this wanderer, who arrived each spring to... [click here for more]
Zombies. Vampires. Undead things that should not be. Now the undead share their tales, with two-dozen brain-feasting, blood-sucking, revenge seeking stories from horror writers around the globe. Includes works by award-winning writer Michael A. Kechula (also editor of Flash-Tales), Donna Taylor Burgess (editor, Naked Snake Press), Ontario Arts Council grant winner Alexander Zelenyj,... [click here for more]
An empty stretch of highway. A freak electrical storm. A bus full of strangers. And a mysterious bus driver with a rather peculiar agenda.America the Horrific: An Anthology of Horror presents eleven tales of terror in the tradition of classic storytelling. When a freak storm strands a bus on a deserted stretch of highway, the passengers find themselves suddenly "disconnected"... [click here for more]
A homeless man trapped in a hell of his own making finds a reason to hope in "Redemption Song." A camping trip turns into a race for survival after the discovery of a bizarre artifact in "The Taking of Michael McConnolly." A man begins to question his sanity as patrons at a cafe begin to vanish one by one in "Charlie's Lunch." Over two dozen exceptional tales of terror.... [click here for more]
Legendary Horrors features a compilation of both modern and classic horror tales.
Mud Hallow Bridge, David Hart A tourist unlocks a terrible secret that has cursed a small town for generations. The Vampyre, John William Polidori The classic vampire tale that set the standard for everything that came after it Zombie Maker,... [click here for more]
Bards and Sages is pleased to bring you this collection of award-winning speculative fiction from author and poet Dr. Lynn Veach Sadler. This collection includes twenty one of Dr. Sadler's most acclaimed short stories, including PerSwayzion, winner of the Abroad Writers Competition/Fellowship (France). Dr. Sadler is also a former winner of the Pittsburg Quarterly's Hay Prize and... [click here for more]
"Tell your Padishah that the stars fortell that this deed you do will be returned one hundred fold. That the Eye of Kali will be your reward. It will be waiting for you in Kabool."
A bloodthirsty clan of vampires. An ancient sword of unimaginable power. And a path that leads straight into the lair of a mythical adversary. The debut novella by Brian Pettera.
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