All Hallow’s Eve and FREE books!

Nick Vossen - Author

Happy Halloween everyone! If you’re living in the US or simply have a messed up sleeping pattern, I’d urge you to tune into Sonoran Dawn’s All Hallow’s Eve radio event. My story featured in Dark Visions, ‘Clicking and Clacking – An Eldritch Twins Mystery’ will be narrated on air!

Check it out here

As a bonus, because it’s Halloween and I’m getting more ready by the day to release ‘The Eldritch Twins’, my first anthology collection ‘The Fissures Between Worlds’ is available for FREE on Amazon Kindle for the next couple of days. Don’t have a Kindle device? Don’t worry, you can download the Kindle app on any mobile device and get it entirely for free that way.

Want to help me out? Get ‘Fissures’ for free and read it, if you loved, hated or simply just liked it please leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads, it helps…

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Excavation Murder!

Monsters & Angels

From the #1 Best-Selling Horror Anthology, Dark Visions, comes Excavation Murder from award-winning author, Victoria Clapton!

Without a word we followed Eugene down into the darkness as the cellar doors closed behind us. We were forced to creep in the silent oppression, listening only to the sounds of our racing hearts and ragged breaths while smelling what surely was the awful, unmistakable scent of death. Along the way, I had begun to beat myself up for not having the foresight to put a stop to this charade earlier. We should never have followed him down to this pit. I’d had a bad feeling from the beginning, and now, we were underground in the middle of nowhere, walking into what I imagined would be a horrific death. I opened my mouth to shut this mission down. For the first time ever, I did not care what waited in the unknown…

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‘Dark Visions’, influences when writing horror and my little ‘blue book’ [Dark Visions Blog Tour]

Nick Vossen - Author

It’s the end of October and Halloween is creeping nearer and nearer. With the successful release of the anthology Dark Visions we’ve started a blog-tour to get us all hyped up for this spookiest of holidays. That, and of course to share our own personal insights in all of the hard work we’ve put in to make this great book happen. So welcome one and all to my personal part of the Dark Visions blog tour! I will be taking a trip into my own past and meddle a bit with the question on how and why we like to write and read horror stories.

Now, let’s take a trip way back to 2011. It was my first year in university, majoring media- and culture studies. Grade-wise I was pretty much average, but I always knew that the one thing I loved was a good story. Whether it was TV…

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Dan Alatorre

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, closeupKasi Hollowell has graciously agreed to narrate the 34 horror stories inDark Visions.

To hear a sample of this incredibly talented young lady, check out the sample below.

That means in the span of 10 days, we went from publishing a paperback to publishing an eBook to signing a narrator for an audio book – and within a few short weeks, the Dark Visions audio book will be available at Audible.


Some authors have to wait 6 months to get a single audition from a narrator! We got our first one within hours of posting on ACX, and we had ten in about thee days. We had several VERY qualified auditions – it was difficult to choose the best, they were so good!

But Kasi…

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Guest author: Robbie Cheadle ~ How my short story “The Haunting of William” came to be written

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

I have two short stories in Dan Alatorre’s latest horror anthology, Dark Visions: An anthology of 34 horror stories from 27 authors.

Writing stories in the horror and supernatural genre was a big move for me away from my existing children’s book and poetry. I have been following the progress of this book on Amazon with great interest and am delighted to see that it achieved number 1 in its category during the first week of its release. I have also been reading the reviews of the book and am thrilled that a few of them specifically mention one or the other of my stories, or both.

The first tale, The Willow Tree, was my first attempt at a short story in this genre and is a psychological thriller. My son suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (“PTSD”) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (“OCD”). He is under the care of a…

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Cabin 5 and Dark Visions

Heather Kindt

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Welcome to my page! I’m so excited to have the Dark Visions Anthology blog tour visiting today. For those of you who don’t know about Dark Visions, it’s an anthology of 34 horror stories by 27 different authors. It hit number one in the horror anthology category just two days ago! And right now, you can get your own copy for only 99 cents.

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My short story, Cabin 5, is included and has a little bit of truth and a whole lot of freaky fiction. Let’s just say I found a mouse in my underwear drawer instead of a finger.

There were only two new rules at camp. If only they listened.

The writers I worked with in this anthology are amazing and if you enjoy horror (mostly psychological), you’ll love this book.

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