Tag: Horror

Bunny and Clyde (Short Story)

The following short story was featured in Collected Easter Horror Shorts. If you want to read more twisted tales, please click on the book and follow the link! Bunny and Clyde By Lisa Vasquez   ©Lisa Vasquez All Rights Reserved All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, or distributed, without the prior…

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Houston Fandemic Tour 2018

www.facebook.com/events/197665274257154/ Hoping to see familiar and new faces at this event! Comment below if you’re going! For a chance to win a cool prize, find me there and take a selfie, post in the comments. (Must be present to win. Drawing held Saturday evening 20 min prior to end of day)

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How to Design Evil: Human

WARNING: strong language within (sorry, I have a potty mouth when I’m excited or passionate about things) I get asked this question a lot. I want to state for the record, I’m not putting myself as the expert, but as a publisher it’s time I put on my “big girl” panties and accept that I have an…

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Guest Blog: Mike Lane

#authors #amwriting #writingprompt #amreading A while back I was trying to do a full month of guest bloggers. Then I got sick. Really sick. I ended up with a full month of being back and forth in the hospital. Mike Lane wrote a story for that month and it’s fantastic. I’ve decided to pick up where…

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Frightmare Weekend Review

As a publisher and author, I’m constantly on the hunt for the best con suited for my genre which is horror/dark fiction. In the past year, I’ve attended four as a vendor (those reviews to come). This past weekend, I attended Texas Frightmare Weekend in Dallas, for the first time. Here are my thoughts: The Staff:…

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REVIEW: BirdBox, Josh Malerman

Written with the narrative tension of The Road and the exquisite terror of classic Stephen King, Bird Boxis a propulsive, edge-of-your-seat horror thriller, set in an apocalyptic near-future world—a masterpiece of suspense from the brilliantly imaginative Josh Malerman. Something is out there . . . Something terrifying that must not be seen. One glimpse and a person is…

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Body Bag Betty 001

The smoke danced off the edge of her cigarette which dangled between two long fingers tipped by HellFire red lacquer.  Her eyes were closed, oblivious to the rest of the world as she swayed back and forth. The men stood there in silence. She was thinking. And they knew better than to disturb her when…

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