Edited by Heather Ann Larson

Screams From The Ocean Floor

A Horror Anthology

No air. Complete darkness. Immense pressure. Bizarre creatures. No chance of survival. Welcome to the most dangerous place on Earth.

We’ve recovered these 16 tales of terror from the bottom of the vast ocean depths by some of the best new voices in indie horror. So take a trip with us on the open sea and get a glimpse at the horrors lurking in the deep. These tales will leave you thinking twice before booking your next cruise…

This collection includes brand-new stories by:
Angel Van Atta, Chad West, Charlie Walls, D.W. Hitz, Derek Heath, Gage Greenwood, Heather Ann Larson, Joshua MacMillan, Leigh Kenny, LM Kaplin, Megan Stockton, Ollie Gill, Patrick McNulty, Rhonda Bobbitt, RJ Roles, and Wil Forbis

 

Lyla Diamond

Ruby’s Cube

A Fun Super Hero Adventure for Young Readers

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a superhero? It sounds like fun, but it’s a lot harder than you’d think. Ruby Jacobs is about to find that out the hard way after accidentally unlocking powers most people can only dream of. But as she tries to understand her new abilities, she quickly learns that keeping a secret this big is harder than it seems.

 

LM Kaplin

Mine

A Psychological Horror/Thriller

Chandler Hendricks hates his life. Socially awkward and a near shut-in, Chandler spends his time caring for his ailing mother and watching the neighbors from his window.

His favorite person to watch is his next-door neighbor Samantha. Young and beautiful, she would be the woman of any man’s dreams. Chandler knows he will make Samantha happy, if she just gave him a chance.

Chandler’s finally ready to make a change and live the life he always wanted… even if it already belongs to someone else.

 

LM Kaplin

Fang Fiction

Vampire Horror Stories

Rated Top 10 Books of the Year by The Undead Reader and Samantha’s Shelf

This collection of short stories will take you on an emotional rollercoaster through time with ten dark tales of fangs and flesh. Beginning in 1000BC and ending in a dystopian future, each of these stories stands on their own but together they show the evolution of the vampire species.