The End: An Apocalyptic Anthology
The End Has Finally Arrived…
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The End Has Finally Arrived… We all knew it was coming…an Apocalypse to end all things. But how exactly will the world end? Will it be slow or fast? Will it be a zombie plague? A nuclear holocaust? Death from above? Or perhaps something less predictable, like a shocking discovery in an ancient tomb or an unnamed evil stalking us in the shadows? We asked several talented horror writers to deliver their best Dystopian fiction and Apocalyptic stories, and we were horrified by what they predicted. So open up these pages at your own peril, for the End is nigh, and you may discover it is more terrifying than you could have ever imagined!
The End contains short stories by talented writers, such as Shauna Klein, Dona Fox, Andrew Bell, Marisha Cautilli, Joe Cautilli, Brian Barr, D.J. Doyle, Howard Carlyle, Roma Gray, Essel Pratt, Michael Fisher, and G.H. Finn.
This is not your average apocalyptic anthology. Sure, there are zombies inside, but the end is not always foretold by your favorite television program.
Ungodly Undoing: Tales of Ubiquitous Umbrage
Only the future will reveal if their telling will be Mishawaka’s ungodly undoing!
Strange occurrences plague Mishawaka, Indiana’s past and present. Local lore whispers accusations of strange and peculiar happenings, prefacing uncertainty if the future is safe.
A meeting of youthful inquiry and aged intellect coalesce to reveal the tales behind the secrets. Only the future will reveal if their telling will be Mishawaka’s ungodly undoing!
Ungodly Undoing: Tales of Ubiquitous Umbrage exists Parallel to the novel, Lacrimation of the Leviathan.
Essel Pratt is a master of horror and fantasy, conjuring tales that haunt souls and inspire imagination. As a student of psychology and teller of tales, Essel writes to share the complex nature of his imaginings with the world. His ever-expanding catalog of short stories spans multiple anthologies and collections, ranging from whimsical fantasy to bizarre horror, including everything in between. Dedicated fans have praised his creations, labeling his talents as prolific in substance.
Ungodly Undoing: Tales of Ubiquitous Umbrage is Part of Project 26, P26, a series of 26 books, each one representing a different letter in the alphabet, with each letter in turn represented a horror-related concept that starts with that letter.
Essel Pratt can be reached at the following:
Festival of the Flesh: Book Two
Peel away the bright, colorful facade of the carnival and you’ll find the hideous heart that is the Festival of Flesh.
Hidden within a seemingly innocuous horror-themed carnival exists something far more disturbing. Where those with dollars and depraved desires find everything they seek catered for. Hunted by mutant backwoods freaks, pursued relentlessly by the malevolent ringmaster who usurped their former boss, stranded in the deep woodland, and fasts running out of options, the remaining few free ex-carnival employees are about to be forced into a bloody battle that is only the beginning of a descent into sheer terror. Having discovered the truth behind the carnival’s existence, these desperate souls know there is only one way to save any of their friends from becoming prized exhibits, and perverse playthings for the sick and bloodthirsty. They must gain entry and take part in the gruesome enterprise that lurks behind the garish trappings and faux horror extravagances of the carnival’s new and improved version. Blood is going to pour like rain, to a symphony of screams. Bodies are going to stack up. The entertainment to be had here is enjoyed only by the most sadistic and degenerate of souls, and from all walks of life, they come, from every corner of society, seeking to indulge their sickest, bloodiest impulses.
Jim Goforth is a horror author currently based in Holbrook, Australia. Happily married with two kids and a cat, he has been writing tales of horror since the early nineties. After years of detouring into working with the worldwide extreme metal community and writing reviews for hundreds of bands across the globe with Black Belle Music he returned to his biggest writing love with first book Plebs published by J. Ellington Ashton Press. Along with Plebs, he is the author of a collection of short stories/novellas With Tooth and Claw, extreme metal undead opus Undead Fleshcrave: The Zombie Trigger, Riders: Plebs 2-Book One and Two, co-author of collaborative novel Feral Hearts and editor for the Rejected For Content anthology series (taking over the reins after volume one Splattergore. He also has stories in both Splattergore and Volume 2: Aberrant Menagerie).
Festival of the Flesh is Part of Project 26, P26, a series of 26 books, each one representing a different letter in the alphabet, with each letter in turn represented a horror-related concept that starts with that letter.
Jim Goforth can be reached at the following: