Amanda Lyons: Grab the first book because there are sequels about to be released. Join the epic journey into Lyons' poetic, dark world.
William Bove: A fresh, intelligent take on vampires; no sparkles here, but instead, find the harsh realities of the blood sucking life.
catt dahman: Vampires in the old west battle Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp and more legends. OR Helen of Sparta and Troy was beautiful, and enslaved by an ancient curse of blood desires.
Ed Cardillo: See why he is a leading author of horror in Feral Hearts, a smart, sexy take that is unique. Ed edits and leads in a book with six odd, memorable characters on a singles trip, that find the vampires are after them! catt dahman, Amanda Lyons, Ed Cardillo, Michael Fisher, Jim Goforth, and Mark Woods join to provide six terrifying endings. Pick your poison!
Essel Pratt is from Mishawka, Indiana, a North Central town near the Michigan Border. His prolific writings have graced the pages of multiple anthologies, a couple self-published works, as well as his own creations.
As a husband, a father, and a pet owner, Essel's responsibilities never end. Other than a family man, he works a full time job an hour from his home, he is a writer for the Inquisitr, a full time student on his journey to a degree - while maintaining a 4.0 GPA, and is also the Chief of Acquisitions and Executive Assistant for J. Ellington Ashton Press. His means of relieving stress and relaxing equate to sitting in front of his dual screens and writing the tales within the recesses of his mind.
Inspired by C.S. Lewis, Clive Barker, Stephen King, Harper Lee, William Golding, and many more, Essel doesn't restrain his writings to straight horror. His first Novel, Final Reverie is more Fantasy/Adventure, but does include elements of Horror. His first zombie book, The ABC's of Zombie Friendship, attacks the zombie genre from an alternate perspective. Future books, that are in progress and yet to be imagined, will explore the blurred boundaries of horror within its competing genres, mixing the elements into a literary stew.
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