I’m pleased to announce the release of Pages of Dust: Volume 3! Twenty tales of ghosts, vampires, and other supernatural horrors from The Noctrium Library, just in time for Halloween.
After moving to a new town, a boy meets a strange girl who only visits him at night and always seems afraid of something.
The cursed village of Hallowdale lies in a secluded valley where nightmares are real. Will you discover its dark secrets?
A grandfather’s grisly discovery in a sealed attic plunges his family down a tragic course and towards an encounter with an ancient evil.
With the fall season starting, the wife and I decided to re-watch the anime series Shiki. It’s one of my favorite shows, and I’d recommend it to anyone who likes vampires.
Strange events follow in the wake of a wicked man’s suicide, events which culminate in a battle between good and evil.
A shrouded figure emerges from a foggy graveyard.
I just finished reading Seth Grahame-Smith’s Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, an alternative account of the life of America’s most popular president. I very much enjoyed the way the author made vampires such an integral part of American history, and although the book was never scary, it was a very fun read.
The ghostly face of a vampire appears behind a dripping, black rose.
A winged vampire hovers over an ancient cemetery.
A vampire emerges from its coffin beneath the rising moon.
A dying woman’s husband receives an unexpected visit one night while washing the dishes.