Elements of Horror #1: Zombies


T’is the season to be scary, fa-la-la-la-la-la! Oh, hi there, friends! Guess what – it’s October – the month of Halloween, scary scares, frightful frights and ghoulish fun that will send waves of goosebumps honking in terror across your skin!

In honor of this wonderful annual season, here’s a new series of articles called Elements of Horrorin which I’ll unpack various characters or elements I used in some of my horror stories! This time, our topic is zombies… the lurching, restless dead! More

New Release: “Malice!” by Christina Engela


What is it that lurks in the darkness? In the closet, under the bed… or in the dark, abandoned basement of a busy city hospital? The terror is everywhere. It follows us wherever we go – even into the dark, terrifyingly empty depths of space. Watching… waiting… lurking on the edge of sight… What is it that we fear about the darkness? Stick around – you’re about to find out.

Malice!” is a collection of horror tales by Christina Engela.

Details

  • Published: June 25, 2019
  • Words: 22508

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Panic! Horror In Space – an extract from Mercury Rising


Mercury Rising” – a free look inside “Static” by Christina Engela.

Aboard the derelict long-lost loderunner Kilgary, Commander Vic Chapman held his blaster ready for action as they started down the vacant corridor, in the direction leading back to the bridge. Behind them, a pack of the undead swarmed around what they presumed was the body of their comrade, ensign Pierce, apparently gorging themselves on his remains. They cautiously made their way to the turning, trying their best to do so as quietly as possible – it wouldn’t do to make any noises that might attract more of them!

“Got anything resembling a plan?” Vic asked his captain. More

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