Tag Archive | Halloween horror books

Two Months Until SLASH Rips Your Eyes Out!

That’s right Hellions. We’re less than 2 months away until the October 20th release of my latest from Flame Tree Press, SLASH. It’s my homage to the horror sub-genre that ruined me in all the best ways. I’m greasing up the promotion wheels with my biggest blog tour to date. You’re about to be inundated by all things slasher. You can pre-order Slash in hardcover and trade paperback now, with ebook and audio to come soon. Hope you’re ready for it. How do ya like the cover?

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As part of the season of the slasher, I’m dedicating my Video Visions column over at Cemetery Dance online to only slasher movies. You can read the first column by clicking here. My next will be devoted to my personal favorite, The Slumber Party Massacre.

I’m also in the midst of working with the top horror reviewers to spread the word, writing articles, diving into interviews and lining up giveaways. It’s going to be a wickedly fun time. So grab your sleeping bag, a cold sixer, some condoms and maybe a little wacky weed, and meet me down by the lake. I promise it’ll be a killer Horrortober this year. Wait, is that The Wraith coming up behind you?

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Just in Time for Halloween – THE DEVIL’S FINGERS

That’s right hellions, the final book in my One Size Eats All Trilogy is finally here! THE DEVIL’S FINGERS is a nasty “be careful when you go in the woods” tale of conspiracy, infection and brutal murder. Think of it as a mashup of Day of the Triffids/Cabin Fever/Friday the 13th/Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

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WHAT HAS LONG PINK FINGERS AND SMELLS LIKE ROTTING FLESH?
It is a slime-covered fungus known for its pinkish red tentacles and pungent odor. It is indigenous to Australia but has spread to North America. Its Latin name is Clathrus Archeri, also known as Octopus Stinkhorn. Most people call it The Devil’s Fingers . . .

I DON’T KNOW BUT IT’S GROWING ON YOUR NECK. 
Deep in the woods of Washington, botanist Autumn Winters stumbles onto a field of the luridly colored fungi. Two of her fellow campers make the mistake of touching it. Now it’s growing on them. Fleshy gelatinous pods. Sprouting from their skin. Feeding on their blood . . .

AND IT’S STILL GROWING.
Autumn watches in horror as her friends are transformed into monstrosities—grotesque, human-fungal hybrids as contagious and deadly as any virus. Autumn knows she must destroy these mutations before they return to civilization. But if there’s one thing that spreads faster than fear, it’s The Devil’s Fingers . . .

“The descriptions of pods bursting with tentacles wiggling was enough to make me gag. I had a hard time not reading this book in one sitting. If you’re a fan of Hunter this will not disappoint. Go and download a copy, it’s a must read. Just be warned, the level of gross is high in the pages of this one…” — The Scary Reviews


Guess what? Devil’s Fingers are a real thing! It’s a terrifying looking fungus that looks straight out of an alien nightmare. Their actual name is Clathrus Archeri, and watching one “hatch” will make your stomach turn. Don’t believe me? Check this out…

 

If you’re intrigued by the terrible things I do with this horror fungus, click here to order The Devil’s Fingers today! 


And for those audiobook lovers out there, the first 50 people to pre-order my One Size Eats All audiobook from Graphic Audio will get a free Grand Pa Guignol yo-yo!

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