Sunday, September 23, 2018

9 results for 'horror'

A Flicker Of Light And Hope

By Barbara MacDonald , published on Oct 18, 2013 conflict...

Our children living

In this shadow, never knowing

The love of freedom

The tranquility of silence

Reposed in calmness...

Clasped instead in the iron-cast

Turmoil, nightmares that

Flare to light the night

The horrors that fill their

Sunlit days and moonlit nights...

Yet their hope survives

Easing the anguish

One small flame living

In their hearts and souls

Refusing to be surrendered...

Never to be lost

Not to be sold

Nor traded for unrest

... (more)

Tags: peace, war, children, horror, freedom, hope

The Burlap Man

By LVera, published on Apr 18, 2012

My body was made of Hessian,Burlap to many and cloth to few.I worried as the moths woke me,Carrying a piece of me in their mouths as food.I could hear them nibbling, biting, devouring me.I swung my arms, and they attached to them too.Every effort failed and contributed to my pain.This morning, as I looked in my broken mirror, I figured out a plan.My face was no longer the one I loved.It was battered, full of stuffing and full of hate.I wanted them to die, I wanted them to glow.So as they fluttered around my body, attached by their mouths,I lit a match.But their fluttering extinguished the tiny... (more)

Tags: poem, poetry, death, horror, man, story, face, eating, l. vera, short, body, burlap, moths

Introducing the Dracula Hearts Series by A.J. Gallant

By Wrp68, published on Apr 6, 2012

Dracula: Hearts of Stone

A tale of magic, romance and fangs. This adventure is sprinkled with humor.

This MIGHT be a little like Dracula if written by J. K. Rowling. It’s a place where magic and vampires interweave for an exciting adventure.

We start with a shiny new pot of boiling water and add too many evil vampires, and not enough of the good biters. Toss in one suicidal Dracula; add a cup of mayhem and a dash of romance. Oh yes, and a pinch of mirth. Stir lovingly and you have a new novel by A. J. Gallant. If it sounds like the recipe for you then you must read Dracula:... (more)

Tags: humor, romance, adventure, horror, ebooks, magic, authors, vampire, dracula, hearts of stone

Mark Tufo is the Author of the Zombie Fallout Series

By Wrp68, published on Dec 16, 2011

...along with the Wal-Mart greeter Tommy who is infinitely more than he appears and whether he is leading them to salvation or death is only a measure of degrees.

Zombie Fallout 4: The End Has Come and Gone

She is coming for you....

The Author

Amazon’s bestselling horror author Mark Tufo will be wishing ebook readers a Happy Holiday season with a free copy of his Zombie Fallout novel from 12/24/2011 to 12/31/2011. Zombie Fallout has been on Amazons top 100 in horror since its release. It is followed up with Zombie Fallout 2: A Plague Upon Your Family, Zombie... (more)

Tags: adventure, horror, plague, apocalypse, thriller, zombies, zombie fallout

The Children That Watch Us

By LVera, published on Oct 18, 2011

His grandfather was crazy. Corey knew it at a young age, hell, the whole street knew it. The last time he saw his grandfather was the day the old man stood on his front porch and yelling at him. He was playing with the neighbor kids as his father talked to the people across the street. They were complaining again about his grandfather. Corey stood behind his grandfather's car that was parked outside his fence as the gunshots rang out through the streets. Corey could see the impact points on the gravel, tearing like an invisible beast into the blacktop.

The kids scattered back home and... (more)

Tags: death, halloween, short story, horror, Stephen King, murder, l. vera, scary, trick or treat, campfire story, the children that watch us

Book Review: The Fright Factory by William Potter

By Wrp68, published on Sep 24, 2011 keep his captives performing. The Fright Factory touches our most primary emotion: fear, and our primitive response to it: fight or flight. It asks us to question how far we would go in order to save our loved ones. Could you kill a friend to save your spouse? Equal parts thriller and horror, The Fright Factory delivers the goods to those who enjoy fast paced suspense on the chilling side. A quick read that will keep you involved and entertained from beginning to end. Reviewed and highly Recommended by Glenn Cruickshank.

About the author

William R. Potter isn’t a... (more)

Tags: horror, action, suspense, thriller, chiller, suspense fiction

The Heart of Horror

By Anastasia , published on Jul 10, 2011

Have you ever read Joseph Conrad’s novella Heart of Darkness? If you have you will recall the final words of Kurtz in his moment of epiphany shortly before his death - The horror! The horror!

Let me take you to another heart of darkness; let me take you to China in the middle of the twentieth century, to the time of the so-called Great Leap Forward. Last year I read Mao’s Great Famine by Frank Dikötter, a study of that grim period in the country’s history which has now deservedly been awarded the 2011 Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction, one of Britain’s most prestigious literary... (more)

Tags: china, horror, communism

The Butcher's Boy by Michael Robb

By Wrp68, published on Apr 6, 2011

Michael Robb Mathias has made a name writing epic fantasy novels under the pen name M. R. Mathias. His Amazon, and Barnes & Noble Bestselling e-books: The Sword and the Dragon & The Royal Dragoneers have taken on a life of their own as masterworks in the fantasy genre.

Michael's newest release, The Butcher's Boy, is not a fantasy. It is a terrifying Haunted House/Murder-Mystery/Chiller.

In order to maintain a distance from the YA fans of his popular Dragoneers Saga, this frightening tale has been released under the pen name:

Michael Robb

About the book:

... (more)

Tags: horror, terror, thriller, butcher’s boy, michael robb, haunted, haunted house, murder-mystery, chiller

Vaughn Belak- The Man Who Changed The Face of Horror

By Casandra Kennedy, published on Nov 17, 2009

Belak's new spin on classic horror, monsters and all things dark has garnered him quite the cult following over the last decade! From the most obscure and seldom mentioned creatures of the night to traditionally famous monsters, Belak takes great care revamping reinventing and recreating them with his sui generis technique.

Like many artist's, he does not classify his art in any one style however unlike most artists, his work simply cannot be classified. His paintings have a dash of surrealism in that they appear to be something one would see in a dreamlike state, yet also have hints... (more)

Tags: horror, vaughn belak, horror art

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