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James Brogden’s The Hollow Tree is a fantasy novel that dips into the realm of adventure and horror.
The discomfort of societal repression is made abundantly clear in this concise, unambiguous novella of body horror galore.
“Flying monkeys exist in literature, Nate. Horror writers who get laid exist in literature.” If you ever wondered what happened to Mystery Inc. after college, this novel sums it up perfectly with addiction problems, Planet Terror antics, and local legends that turn out to be terrifyingly true.
A collection of short stories revolving around the subject of ghosts, which are brought to “life” with imaginative spins and subtly tweaked classics.
In this short tale of brutality, feisty feminist blogger Emily must fight a group of rapists in her home without losing the upper hand on the situation or losing grasp on what is right and what is wrong. Spoilers are present!
Weathered fishing enthusiast Abe recalls the biggest, most frightening fishing story you’ve yet to hear; all with a vivid imagery and an earnest love of the sport. Strands of science fiction, horror, and the occult swim together in this truly fantastical tale of grief, coping, and the monsters they create.