Night to Dawn 36 comes with a mixture of vampires, zombies, mummies, vengeful ghosts, and human monsters. Harold Kempka’s “Showdown at Sundown” features a mock trial that ends in a horrible death. Kev Harrison’s “The Huntress: Animate,” is a mummy tale involving mother and child with a sweet ending. NTD 36 includes works by Margaret L. Carter, Marge Simon, Sandy DeLuca, Rod Marsden, Denny E. Marshall, Lee Clark Zumpe, Matthew Wilson, and many others!
Please explore Night to Dawn with the understanding that holy objects and garlic may not protect you, for the NTD vampire is no ordinary species. You might meet the blood drinker of yore, or a walking skeleton, or even a human vampire. Then there are the psychic vampires. Recently, NTD has been featuring werewolves and other monsters but always with the bloodlust theme. Our goal is to showcase the work of writers who share a passion for the horror genre. By featuring upcoming artists and writers, we hope to bring new life to the world of the undead. Night to Dawn will offer tales written by Todd Hanks, Lee Clarke Zumpe, and other authors that will appeal to your spine! And if you’re in the market for a good book, you might want to check out Tom Johnson’s reviews, always listed in the magazine.
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Waiting for Grandfather: From the dismal coal mines of Scranton, Pennsylvania to the crowded streets of North Philadelphia went Antonio Corelli (Grandfather). Against his better judgment, but to unburden his struggling folks, he takes along his two unruly brothers, Al and Nunzio. Upon arriving in the big city, the young duo steals a pig from an Aramingo Avenue slaughterhouse—an act that triggers a lifetime of calamity.
L. M. Labat’s The Sanguinarian Schwartzwald, sequel to The Sanguinarian Id will be released soon!
Blurb: Surrounded by a legion of abandoned souls that tend to his every whim, Mendelson grips hold of everything he surveys. Greedy for power and more, he continues to sink his teeth into whatever catches his fancy, whether it has a pulse or not. As more people break and bend under his heel, one person stands in defiance.
Tom Johnson’s The Man in the Black Fedora: In a city of mob rule and crime, death is cheap, and police have their hands tied. In this dark metropolis, a new paladin arises to fight against injustice. A man of education, dedicated to fighting evil with fire against fire, the man in the black fedora.
Former Night to Dawn author Neil Benson now has his second edition of Unholy Embrace available on Amazon.
Blurb: Frank Thornton’s night of passion with the vampire Nessa Harcanu ignites the love that binds them to each other. He learns of the great power she gained from her 500-year fight for survival. Their commitment to each other forces Frank to enter a dark world he never imagined. Together, they battle werewolves, vampires, and other creatures of the night, leading to a confrontation with an immortal, seemingly invincible demon. They must use all their strength and wit to survive the greatest battle of their lives.
New edition of The Litter: Karen Bannister is coming off a really bad year. Estranged from her father and her fiancé dead, she finds solace in her work with the city’s indigent, destitute, and lost. Then something, something savage and brutal, appears… read more.
Steel Rose back in print: The renegade Kryszka concoct a chemical to zombify humans and turn them into flesh-craving monsters. Yeron escapes their colony to practice human medicine, but most people fear him. So does his patient Alexis until…read more.
The Forgotten People: A crash landing leaves an alien woman at the mercy of a sadistic scientist whose “cure” could kill her. A painting opens a doorway to an alternate dimension, and a brand new life, for one woman, while a nurse’s life is turned upside down in a … read more.
New Edition of Demon in my Head: Human/Vampire hybrid Gabriel Brimstone walks between the worlds of the living and the dead. He hunts vampires and slays them with remarkable ease. However, the years have taken their… read more.
October Frights Blog Hop, October 10-15, 2018: Here are the blog posts I ran for the Blog Hop 10/10/18 through 10/15/18: