Thursday, October 14, 2010

Halloween Picks: The killer, the detectives and the hopeless romantic.

Don't you love Halloween?  The cool fall weather (if it ever drops out of the high 80s here in Florida), the early sunsets, the horror movie marathons and horror novels stacked to the ceiling.  Who could ask for more?

So here, gentle reader, are three seasonal suggestions.

For the hardcore horror enthusiast, try Blood Fruit, an anthology of gay and lesbian horror available from QueeredFiction.  Buy it in paperback or kindle formats.  "Hollow" is a vicious little thriller about a serial killer who will go to any lengths to keep his secret.  Violent and hollow, Theo's a man to be feared.


If the violent stuff is not your cup of tea; if you're more of a Scooby Doo, Hocus-Pocus kinda person, try "66 Hours in the Devil's House."  It's gay romance with a spooky, kooky air available from Dreamspinner Press.



And for the hopeless romantics, a supernatural tale of love that lives on beyond the grave.  My first novella, "The Marriage of True Minds: A Ghost Story" is available in kindle format or in other eformats from Dreamspinner Press.

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