Been writing horror and fantasy for over six years now, with over nineteen paperback publications and over forty online publications, not counting the two years spent as a recurring columnist for Dark Eclipse Magazine. Have created my own universe where the paranormal is, to an extent, normal. Vampires are a hazard, zombies a nuisance, and ghosts a fact of life; the first book I've written explores witchcraft and exposure to one of the agents of one of the old gods of my world. The Grimlocke Chronicles is a list of short stories of events that've happened in my world. I'm working on several projects that'll expand on the universe and create varying levels of fear. Dead and Proud of It explores vampire subculture through the eyes of a Fang, a criminal vampire that still feeds on humans.
After a year trapped in a Chinese monastery, world-traveling occult Professor Nickels and his students escape, only to brave bigger and deadlier challenges. A slumbering elder god known as the Brother of Bone has gone missing. All signs point to Teyuna—an ancient city not on any map, inhabited solely by vampires and the humans who serve as their livestock.
Volume three of this award-winning horror series packs international star power. Featuring the legendary Guy N. Smith, Adam Millard, and Nicholas Paschall, the ten stories in this collection are certain to keep you up at night. Take care as you reach into these dark places, for the things here bite, and you may withdraw a hand short of a few fingers.
Terror befalls a rural Chinese hamlet when an ancient evil awakens from its slumber. The villagers start transforming into horribly deformed blobs of skin with an unslakable hunger for human flesh. With the help of two graduate students and the Chinese military, Professor Nickels sets off to thwart the ancient menace before it can engulf the world.
A vampire attacks a singing teenager with the intent of adding her to his personal choir of spectral singers. She is tasked with learning a single song in a language she doesn't know, with only hours to get it down right. The clock is ticking...