*Note some stories on this site contain adult material and/or language and are are not suitable for minors*

While this may be the month of April Fools, you won't find any here. Just don't look too hard.

We've been busy little demons here at +The Horror Library+ and have a couple of bits of exciting news just oozing to be told.

The first little bit looks like this:

This little gem, stuffed with 30 tales of terror, will be available later this month. As the month wears on, we'll be sure to let you know how to get your copy.

The second slice of exciting news is on behalf of one of our long time members Boyd E Harris.

It looks like this:

his novella anthology contains four tales that will curl your gnarly toes. More details will come on this as well.

Now, No grumbling. We can't give everything away. That would take all the fun out of our torment.

Now on to the meat of this month's feast.

We have several new bites of fresh meat for your eyes, with more coming as the days wear on. In fact another dripping slab has been placed on the table, ready for your ravenous eyes. And of course, don't forget the seasoning of the Well Aged Classic - This month's is supplied by none other than H.G. Wells.


April also brings with it an Interview with Eddie Allen of Haunting Memories under the Non-Fiction link. Some freaky stuff there.


We have an introduction by fire to Jed Verity who has taken up the challenge of the Mini Movie Reviews. His thoughts can be found under the Reviews link.


And then there our beloved beaten souls of the Slushpile. Top awards go to Erik Williams this month along with three other hearty individuals who managed to make it to the end of the Slushpile torture mill. Be sure to check out their work under the Slushpile link.

I was in my final paragraph on my very first horror short story, when I glanced at my clock. 4:22 a.m., it read. I wove the time into the story for realism. In the few years since then, I’ve unintentionally finished several first drafts at this exact time. One of my stories in my Horror Library...

Post date: Mon, 09/22/2014 - 15:37

I write a lot of horror fiction - and try my hand at horror poetry. But my fiction pales to real life tragic horror.

I woke up today in Nazi Germany.

I rub the sleep from my eyes.

The radio blares the morning news.

Is this? the good ol'U. S. of A.?


Post date: Mon, 09/22/2014 - 15:33

-- Fran Friel
I've been haunting the online author chat circuit and picking the brains of some of the finest horror writers in the business. In the last few weeks, I have had the pleasure of chatting with the creator of the Repairman Jack series, F. Paul Wilson; Brian Keene, author of The...

Post date: Mon, 09/22/2014 - 15:29