Horror Galore Book Releases

Hello folks. I was on a slight hiatus there for awhile, but I’m back. I am going to be putting out a blitz of blogs before Halloween. Yup, topic is zombies, and some voodoo too, not to mention human mutants. Why voodoo and human mutants?

Goes well with my recent book releases, recent in this case meaning over last 60 days…

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2015 Winner of Hollywood Book Festival

Readers’ Favorite 5 Star

The Hungry Monster Book Review 4 Star

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Young Adult Post=Apocalyptic Thriller

Some violence, mild language, no sex.

Suitable for young teens, LGBT friendly and written for the s8 & gay alike!


Sam and his friends laugh when the storeowner calls them the Zombie Squad. They have no idea what is coming their way. Their trip to New Orleans starts out pleasant and exciting but then becomes bizarre and ends up outright horrific. On their first night they find a mysterious relic in their shopping bag. This turns out to be a catalyst for the unspeakable events that occur the next day. The dead don’t just start to walk—they awkwardly sprint from victim to victim, building an army of undead. To make matters worse, a group of mobsters pursue The Zombie Squad through the city of New Orleans, wanting to obtain the relic for their own malicious reasons.

Sam and company soon learn they are the only thing standing in the way of a worldwide zombie apocalypse. It’s a hellish chase to an unforgettable end, and Sam and friends may just end up earning their nickname… The Zombie Squad.


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2015 Runner-Up at Hollywood Book Festival

Readers’ Favorite 5 Star Review

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Genre: Sci-fi Post-Apocalyptic Thriller

Late teens, discretion advised for young teens. Graphic violence, cursing, no sex. LGBT friendly and written for s8 and gay alike!


It’s the year 2030 in the post-apocalyptic city known as ROTVILLE, where people infected by a plague disease are quarantined. The director of Colosseo Super Max Prison, a penitentiary located inside the quarantined city, has carried out hundreds of inhumane experiments on inmates in an effort to make an enhanced human. He selects twenty-year-old Dylan, a psychologically disturbed inmate to be his prototype super soldier. He is confident he can transform the weak Dylan into a military killing machine through genetic engineering, and control him via a controversial memory-implant program. The director plans to showcase the obedient and super-enhanced Dylan in a gladiator tournament to his investors, who will then beg him to purchase similar soldiers.

But the plan goes awry when a group of rabid human mutants, the result of a top-secret project gone wrong, break out of Colosseo and flee into the nearby city. In the ensuing panic, the neuro-technician in charge of implanting Dylan’s memories makes a last-minute decision and changes course. She inserts her own memory program instead, one that teaches independence rather than obedience, and trains Dylan to be a modern-day samurai. And now the super-warrior Dylan must break out of Colosseo, save the neuro-technician’s son inside the quarantined city, and somehow keep himself and the child from being torn to shreds by bloodthirsty mutants, while also avoiding being recaptured and returned to his prison hell to be paraded in the gladiator tournament for the director and investors’ entertainment.


Smaller Fresh MeatFirst Place Gay Fiction Winner of 2015 Dan Poynter’s Golden Globe eBook Awards

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Graphic violence, Graphic sexual violence, Strong language

Not suitable for young teens, discretion advised for upper teens.

Gay fiction but novel is meant for all audiences as it speaks to social justice and embraces gay identity.


It’s July 4, 2000, in Comer, Alabama.

Three individuals with ties to torture, murder, and slavery are about to come together in an unexpected way. Old Soj is an African-American woman with family roots to slavery. Supernatural powers emerge for the umpteenth time in her life, and most interestingly, she has a recurring vision of a white thirteen-year-old boy whom she’s never met, telling her to “save the boy.” Warden E.J. Jones is a sadistic, psychopathic man who cruelly reigns over Arm Liom Prison. He and every inmate become mesmerized by a new young arrival known as Punk.

On July 4, 2000, a powerful evil is awakening that cannot be stopped except by one force. Darkness and light are about to come face-to-face.




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