Join in with our seasonal supernatural thrillers

In the Northern Hemisphere, the nights are now drawing in, the temperature beginning to cool. It’s a perfect time to enjoy the dark excitement of one of our new supernatural thrillers. The lurking dangers vary, but with all these stories, you never know whether it’s safe to turn the page. Anything could happen next…

The zombie hordes threaten constantly in Death Flu by Scott Brietzke, but the most shocking scenes showcase the depravity of the human survivors.

In Bridge of Blood by Philip McCormac, when the demon Llaldaboth, instigator of the Portadown Massacre, is set free, you know something from the start that the police detectives do not: that this demon respects no boundaries — no depravity is too low.

Dark witches, werewolves, demons, vampires, and the Grim Reaper: the onslaught in Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone by Don Franklin appears overwhelming, but the Harper women never give up, and sometimes alliances can be made with the most evil of creatures.

All three supernatural thrillers will be launched in the coming weeks. Want to get involved early? Read on for invitations to beta reader teams and advanced review copies. If you’re on the beta reader team mailing list, or you’ve already contacted me about these books, then I’ll be contacting you directly very soon.

Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone by Don Franklin (novel)

Description: After ten generations, the Grim Reaper is ready to collect his due from the Harper women. But they aren’t going to make it easy.

Invitation: Advanced review copy. In return for an honest review on Amazon or Goodreads, we will supply you with an eBook (worldwide) or paperback (UK, US only)

Launch date: October 25th

Language / setting: American English. Principally set in Washington & South Carolina

Subject/ genre: Supernatural thriller — dark magic, vampires, werewolves, demons, fast-paced action adventure

Ratings: Adult. Some disturbing scenes of depraved violence.

Bridge of Blood by Philip McCormac (novel)

Description: When the two police detectives investigate the spate of child abductions they uncover an evil even darker than they feared, for the demon has been freed to once again corrupt the people of Ireland.

Invitation: Join the beta reader team invite. Proofread the book and receive a free paperback with your name in the credits.

Launch date: 2012

Language / setting: British English. Set in Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland.

Subject: supernatural thriller — demonic possession, police detectives, Catholic priesthood, exorcism

Ratings: Adult. Some scenes of graphic sex and violence.

Death Flu by Scott Brietzke (novel)

Description: When the death flu strikes, and its victims refuse to stay dead, it seems only the worst of humankind have what it takes to survive in post-apocalyptic America. Yet there are still heroes… even a guttering flicker of hope. Maybe…

Invitation: Advanced review copy. In return for an honest review on Amazon or Goodreads, we will supply you with an eBook (worldwide) or paperback (UK, US only)

Launch date: 2012

Language/ setting: American English. Setting: America as you’ve never seen it before.

Subject: zombie thriller. Post-apocalyptic survivors.

Ratings: Adult. Graphic sex, violence and coarse language. Many of the survivors are racists, sadists, rapists, or murderers. Some are all of the above. America after the death flu is not a pretty place and the story reflects this.

To follow

We’ve more chilling excitement coming at the start of 2013 in Thomas Rydder’s supernatural thriller The Clearing. We’ll also have Conjure, a short novel by Mark West, set in the same fictional town of Gaffney as his acclaimed novelette, The Mill and In the Rain with the Dead. But before then we will have:

Beta team invites for the US version of YA robot novel Crank Tech One: Destruction by Colin R. Parsons, and the US and UK versions of Alien Legends: A Selection from the Repository of Imagination by Gill Shutt. This will be followed by the full launch of our new YA site, www.ataleforatale.com

We also have poetry and prose from Elaine Stirling.

And a collection philosophical science fiction novellas from Andy West who, incidentally, is about to launch a contemporary thriller trilogy co-written with Warhammer 40K legend and Kubrick collaborator, Ian Watson.

Finally, apologies to everyone awaiting Badger’s Waddle by Nigel Edwards. The final artwork is not quite ready. It is worth the wait, I can assure you.

About timctaylor

Science fiction author and publisher. I live with my wife and young family in an English village. I am currently writing full time, when I'm not roped into building Lego.
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7 Responses to Join in with our seasonal supernatural thrillers

  1. 53bryanm says:

    Tim, I am very interested in this, may I please be added to the list?? Thanks, Melissa Bryan

    • timctaylor says:

      Absolutely, Melissa. Is there one in particular that you’re interested in?
      Thanks

      • 53bryanm says:

        It was a hard decision, they all look good…but I think “Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone by Don Franklin”. Thank you .

        I finished your first book, OMG…I loved it. I am going to go a head and finish book 2 then do my review on both books. I hope that is okay…if you would rather me do it a different way just let me know. I can’t wait to see how it ends…

        Have a very restful weekend, Melissa

      • timctaylor says:

        Glad you like the books. Hope it satisfies! Reaper’s…? I’ll be in touch. Thanks very much for your support. Tim

    • bigdonf says:

      hi Melissa! this is Don the author of Reaper’s walk Hellstone. i hope you liked it.send me your email and i will put you on the reaper’s mailing list. I’m working hard on book 2 in the series. We hope to have it ready before too long!

      • 53bryanm says:

        I am almost finished with your book but the holidays got into my way. I love your book the insight is great…Please let me know when Book 2 is out. As soon as I finish, I will let you know where I have posted my reviews. GREAT STORY…VERY SCARY.

  2. rospetroff says:

    I want to beta read all of these! Rosalyn

    Sent from my iPhone

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