Somewhere just past Texas hill country is a little town called Psychoville. You won't find it on any maps, but it is there. Deputy Spurlock is the law in Psychoville. He remains on the lookout for weary travelers unlucky enough to pass through this tiny town. The townsfolk are always on the lookout for new talent for their snuff films, led by the beautiful and deadly Echo, or human sacrifices for an ancient cult.
"Very good name for the book!"
Icy Kate is on the loose after escaping from Jericho Systems. Her mentor, Mad Maxwell is imprisoned somewhere beneath one of Jericho's facilities. Nolan Collinsworth is a washed up child actor. Now 45 years old, he's hanging on to what little celebrity he has left. After accepting an invite to a horror convention in Odessa, Texas he thinks he's on the way to a comeback. Except Icy Kate and her band of clowns decides to crash the convention, turning it in to her own personal funhouse of horrors.
In this exciting collection of short stories, Tim Miller gives his own extreme twist on some classic fairy tales. Forget what you thought of the originals and fasten your seatbelts for a set of fast paced tales that will blow your mind and turn your stomach.
"RUB A DUB DUB"
Sable Reyes is a witch, but not just any old witch. She has the gruesome ability to speak to the dead by manipulating organs. Living on her own, she must do what she can to survive. Often that involves using her gruesome form of necromancy to get information for whomever can pay her price. That is, until another crime boss comes along. This one with an ability so powerful and frightening even Sable may have met her match. As the bodies pile up, these dark powerhouses head for a collision course that could lead to their mutual destruction.
A themed anthology for extreme horror fans. In this chilling horror collection, 29 writers and poets have come together to share tales of the grotesque, the supernatural, and more. Their words will pluck you from your comfort zone and leave you for dead...or worse. Have you ever considered where evil bides its time when it's not outside your door? What disturbing locale could make it feel safe? We've all heard that home is where the heart is, but alas, that heart is sometimes racing.