Another Dungeon of Horror Release party!

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Horror Dungeon Book Release Parties!

This is a mega-release party for multiple authors, spread across several months. This week, we have our first four authors:

Deals and prizes!

See Interviews with this week’s authors:

Special Editing deal from NightSkyBookServices in honor of the event (

Beta Read: .000666 cents per word ($66.60 for a 100k word novel)

Editing: .00666 cents per word. ($666.00 for a 100k word novel)

Short Story for May: Black Water

Book Description: Mike has a very unusual phobia: He’s terrified of Champ, the creature reported to be living in Lake Champlain. Ever since he was a child, he has been haunted by nightmares about the monster and has avoided the lake most of his life. It’s a ridiculous fear, for the creature couldn’t possibly exist, could it?
Tonight, whether he wants to or not, Mike will finally discover the truth about the lake and its legendary inhabitant.

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No One Knows We’re Here is Out (March Short Story)

Three boys investigate a mysterious thicket. What will they find? Forgotten junk? Frogs? An abandoned bike? What starts out as a fun way to waste away a few boring hours soon turns into a day of terror.

Available in kindle and audiobook.

(btw – it hit #12 in Kindle Short Stories this week!)

Blue Bell is Out!

Short Story Description: Blue Bell

(Short Story) Jasper is having a very, very bad day. However, after he meets an unusual clown by the name of Blue Bell, he soon realizes his day is about to do something he never imagined possible—It’s about to get worse. (if you fear clowns, this short story isn’t going to help you overcome your phobia, haha)

Available in kindle and audiobook. If you would like to review a free copy of the audiobook version, email and let me know. 



For January – New Short Story – Homecoming

Homecoming by Roma Gray

**currently in pre-orders, will be out January 27 in kindle and audiobook**

Aliens have seized the Earth’s star cruisers, claiming they have committed war crimes against
other worlds. Four senior women, life-long friends who refer to their group as the ‘Four-ever Club’, watch the television reports as the aliens announce a very bizarre punishment for the people of the Earth. Two of the women are baffled by the punishment, while the other two are terrified and seem to know more than they are saying. As the horrific truth about the Earth’s military is revealed, lies and betrayals within the group of women also emerge.

Amazon Link

Audiobook Update – Trapdoor and Jurassic Jackaroo

The audiobook for Trapdoor has finally come out!

Meanwhile, the audiobook for Jurassic Jackaroo is finished and in final QA check with Audible. Should be out any day!

Christmas Freebies!

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I have two freebies running on my holiday short story “Trapdoor: A Christmas Tale of Terror.”

The first one is free copies for first 25 people who claim them:

If you miss out on that, I have a contest for free copies on Amazon contest:

Just a FYI – the book is also available in audiobook for around $2.76 on audible right now:



Review of Haunted House Harbor

by Myra Nour

I wasn’t sure what to think of this book at first. A supernatural, haunted town, plus terrorists carrying out multiple different attacks (bombs, killer bees infected with a deadly virus, & zombies). It seemed like too many elements that are very diverse to bring together in one tale. How could terrorists carry out such well-orchestrated attacks all over the world? Didn’t seem possible to me. But then the author brought in another element that cemented it more cohesively; I’m assuming the Four Horsemen of the Biblical Apocalypse.

Haunted House Harbor was a small town or village; more a collection of unlived in houses than anything. As a reader my antenna was up; why was this place virtually a ghost town? There was only one resident we were introduced to and the old woman seemed harmless…at first. She quickly became creepy and probably evil. We’ll have to wait for a follow-up to see what she really is.

There were several horrifying situations. One was Suzie who was caught up in a traffic jam when a bomb was detonated on top of a building. That was bad enough, especially when the bridge overhead collapsed. But then motorists stuck in traffic were attacked by bees. Suzie quickly discovered things could get worse when the bee-stung dead people turned into zombies and started attacking the people in cars.

Another one that got to me was the Wood family; mother, father and young daughter, trapped in their home by bees.  But the situation escalated when the farm hands, killed by bees, got up as zombies and broke into the house. While the family is held down by the former workers, something more horrible is being done to them than being bitten by zombies. A nightmarish creature attacks the family and is turning them into a new, more dangerous kind of the undead. I don’t want to spoil it, so I’ll leave it up to the reader to discover all the horror perpetrated on these unfortunate characters.

There are other interesting stories concerning various individuals in the story. A complex tale with many different interwoven elements. Recommended for those who love horror, zombies, apocalyptic tales of a divergent kind, all mixed together with supernatural components.