Terri DelCampo has fifty-four eBooks available for purchase at Walmart! Most are in the horror genre, but I recommend her children's books as well. Check them out at the link above. There's plenty of great reading waiting for you.
HAUNTED ROOMS AMERICA has provided a most interesting look at some of the scariest locations in the world. The link above takes you on a tour of their top ten list of most haunted asylums and hospitals in America. Take a peek and see what you think. I have personally been to a number of these places and found them to be most interesting. Come along with me as we explore together. You're not afraid are you?
I will be writing another novel for NaNoWriMo this November of 2019. It will be my ninth consecutive year of participating in this great event. For those of you who are unaware of what happens at NaNo, writers need to write a novel of at least 50,000 words in one month. I'm closing in on the 1,000,000 word mark this year. I'm hoping to make it. This year I'll be writing The Names On The Wall, a horror/terror/suspense tale.
Many of my author friends are writing this year, as well. As usual, we all pull for each other. I wish everyone the best in their endeavors.
I'll be busy, so I won't be around as much as normal, but I'll pop in as often as I can.
Blazin' Hearts, by Blaze McRob, is available for purchase at many eBook stores. Check the link above.
This collection of ten short stories is not quite a Hallmark collection of Valentine fluff, as if you would expect anything of the sort from me. This is a rather nasty collection of Ghouls, Dark Angels, torture chambers, werewolves, revenge of young lovers, and more. There is something for everyone here, except for kids. None of these tales are suitable for children. For those of you who like a story or ten on the morbid side, this tome is for you.
Happy reading. Forget the chocolates and roses. Buy this book and read the stories with your lover. Just saying. And yes, this book definitely sates the horror appetites of Halloween as well as Valentine's Day.
Below the ground two lovers lie, but nightly rise for orgasmic high.
Dark angel rises, wings a-spread, filling former oppressors with dread.
Brad and Marie think room's a prank from Josh, but in torture dungeon their blood doth slosh.
Cruel Julian 'loves' Kristen to death, then with sorcery returns her breath.
Tom and Sue killed in brutal cycle, so murderers they can recycle.
In moonlit mansion on the moors, lover transformed to wolven lores.
Stutterer's superpower stops mean madam from always, always laughin' at'im.
Blind guy's game of hide and seek leaves him feeling not so meek.
Zombie bits and pieces left behind in sex may actually save their kind.
Cruel joke's on beauty and the boss; nerd pulls out rug and boss is tossed.
Writer travels to mountain cabin, Looking for a peaceful retreat. On a quiet hike for thinking A frightening sight her eyes did meet.
Young man imprisoned in a dog pen Helpless to Pa's sadistic whim. Writer can't believe the horror And the injustice done to him.
She becomes involved in drama More frightening than she's ever known. For James and Pa bring out her instincts And sides of herself she'd never known.
Do you enjoy reading ghost stories with a different twist? Ahah! BOO!, by Blaze McRob, might be just what you're looking for. There are ten short stories in this collection, and they are all different. This tome is available at multiple digital stores. My spirit friends recommend this book highly. Just saying.
Uncle Bucky – something's way off.
Unhappy bus station ghosts complain.
Murdered author visits old friends.
Docs can't turn off dead vet's brain.
Haunted lighthouse glows with invite.
Dutch ghost visits foggy George Inn.
Dreams lead back to cabin of death.
Raven picks on boy of sin.
Workout guy chats with ghostly friends.
Viking takes vengeance on Charlemagne.
Passage to haunted afterlife.
When you read these stories gain.
Fiesta Morte, by Terri DelCampo, is a super collection of short horror stories. Follow Terri as she traverses a grand adventure through the world of ooky. Eight fantastic tales for your enjoyment. Terri has a smooth style you will be sure to enjoy.
Brats find out the clown gets the last laugh.
Computer plays hell on office staff.
A family fights for property rights.
A chauvinist jerk get all entangled.
Hookers' new Human Resources angle.
Writers can never question their muse.
Europeans bring death in the wake of their cruise.
Heaven's been cancelled so what the hell now?
Read on through this eBook so ooky endowed!
Mists Of Papoose Pond, a novel by Blaze McRob, came out in time for Halloween a couple years ago.
I had a lot of fun writing this novel. The toughest part of telling you what it is about is that I want no spoilers. This is a complex tale, not from the angle of reading it, but from the fact that there is no one dominant fear, no single monster, no single antagonist or protagonist. Everything comes together to create the whole. Nothing about any of my story people and creatures has ever been portrayed by any other author in the manner I wrote this tale. Nothing.
What I will say is that this is a horror/adventure/end days/and more novel. It is a roller-coaster ride of emotions. There are no slow, boring stretches contained within. Every chapter ends in a cliff-hanger and the next begins on a roll.
You will shake your head and wonder where I dug this up. My story people tell me what to write and I listen to them. This is what they told me to pen.
I hope you enjoy this Dark tale as much as I enjoyed writing it.
What does the future hold? Where will it begin? On a mountaintop? At the bottom of the sea? In a spaceship? Or perhaps in a cabin by a pond enveloped by mysterious mists. Mysterious mists that secrete forces of nature… And good and evil.
Ed Hageman wants nothing more than to relax at Papoose Pond, but that's not to be. As the ultimate battle between good and evil shapes up around him, creatures are not what they seem. Many twists of fate, and much shock await not only Ed and his companions, but those of you who read his story. Prophets of yore were not all-seeing after all. Gods and devils are not how holy books described them.
Blaze McRob spins the tale.
Blaze McRob untangles the legend.
Blaze McRob finds the meaning in the Mists of Papoose Pond.
Terri DelCampo has brought many tales written by her to Blazing Owl Press. I'm sure readers have noticed how many books we have here. Fifty-five, to be exact. Most of these are Terri's. I might catch up in time, but for now she is the champ. Parliament is one of those books, a frightening novel blending non-fiction with fiction. Sometimes that happens. This story is one of those. There is legend; there is lore; there is horror.
This is one of Terri's best works.
The battle for good and evil begins, With Hildeberta and Peter, God knows who wins. In the Abbey House the legacy starts. Hexenprozesse broke millions of hearts. Owl's Nest was waiting the witches knew, Deep in their souls so away they flew.
Quarter Moon Haunts is waiting for your reading pleasure. My editor, Terri DelCampo, says this is her favorite novel of mine to date. In fact, she fell in love with Ol' Mike VanTassel, one of the main characters in this tome, and demands I write a sequel. I will. This novel deals with ghosts and horror and leaves nothing sacred. Join my ghost friends and me as we traverse the countryside in a big Ram truck. There are shenanigans galore, but there is the mission that must be accomplished. We never lose sight of the big picture.
As a warning, however. The ghosts in this novel drink beer.
I hope you enjoy my tale.
Out of the two-seat quarter moon
That invaded the author's living room
Fighting o'er ass-wipe they appear
Ol' Mike Van Tassel and Running Deer
Their stories the author has honed
Always in their names, not his own
About their so horrific deaths
Before breathing his own last breath.
Author's spirit his body leaves
John Doe on the toe tag; no one grieves.
Van Tassel and Running Deer by his side
As he mounts the Ram truck for wild ride.
They expose lies and rewrite lore
So misunderstood long before.
Once in depth of crisis heat
The red-haired angel they chance to meet.
Angel takes the author's hand
Lights his way through perils grand.
Will she remain by his side?
And save the spirits' immortal hides?
Adventure and justice the spirits chase
Set wrongs to rights in immortal race.
Hop into the cab of the spirit Ram
And join the ghosts on eternal lam.
Terri DelCampo's short story, FOOD TRUCK FAIR, is up and running! This tale is off to a great start. It was #95 in 45-Minute Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Short Reads on Amazon, #5 in Amazon Hot New Releases in the same category, and #37 in Amazon Hot New Releases in the 45-Minute Literature Short Reads. Way to go, Terri!
This is a short story to tell of unlimited greed. Developers' purses off townspeople feed.
Get your purchasing digits ready to go! You'll be glad you did.
It took a long time for my novel "68 Buick to reach my readers. There were many bridges to cross, obstacles tossed every which way, not only for myself but for others as well. It's not often that an author's life can relate to a fiction novel. With '68 Buick, however, that is the case. Truth and fiction were weaved together as I wrote this tale. I lived parts of it, embellished them, of course, and created monsters and heroes of imaginable dimension. My concept is unique. I portray the Grim Reaper in a whole new light, a man caught in a battle of good versus evil where strange allegiances are made. In this novel, I am the Reaper. I look in the mirror and see my face; I feel the hurt of others and work to fight for them; I am immortal, but I feel pain and angst.
If you are looking for a novel filled with action, good and evil people, and entities of every description, I believe you will enjoy my book. We provide a nice lengthy free sample on Amazon.
The fantastic cover art was done by Sue Midlock! Thanks, Sue.
Thank you Terri DelCampo, Quinn Cullen, Rebecca Boucher, and Beverly Cialone for your great work.
And, of course, thank you Dennis Lensing. You did a great job. I miss you, my friend. May we meet again in a better place. You certainly deserve my dedication.
Bob is a man forgotten by God, Limbo the only afterlife he'll trod. With the devil Bob deals to save his kids And keep them safe off of Azazel's grid. The brazen demon is trying to take Hell's throne from Satan where doomed souls bake. Bob's ex-wife's boyfriend's a witch of black magic In league with Azazel, a team quite tragic. Will he offer as sacrifice, Bob's kids? Or will Bob and elf friends keep evil under lid? A '68 Buick Bob accepts as his A car housing ghost of his first missus. Satan gives him the car to chauffer the scum Of the earth to hell from which they can't run. On Satan's ranch Bob drives to hell's brink The car his and Barbara's immortal link. With assistance from elves and some Vodou from Sadie And help from Jack's group of misfits in earth's Hades. Defeating the evil on earth is Bob's quest From toil he'll never be able to rest. Will Azazel take over Satan's rule? Come ride with Bob and see first-hand the duel.
The latest issue of Owl's Eye View Magazine, by Terri DelCampo, is now up! Volume 10 - Issue 4 is one fast-paced, exciting issue. Monsters are everywhere in Owl's Nest. Will the town survive? Will right win out over evil? What does Terri mean when she says " Athena Blinks" ? There's only one way to find out. Read the magazine!
Owl's Eye View Magazine is a dark fiction quarterly featuring columns, poetry, and short stories written by Terri DelCampo and "Columnists" who are in fact her ongoing fictitious characters.
A recent book of mine, a stand alone single short story, Red Surf, is available for your reading pleasure. This is a horror story that makes you think, at least I hope it does, about potential negative environmental impact.
Thank you, Terri DelCampo for your editing, formatting, and cool cover art, which I believe shows that something is about to happen. Something most unpleasant.
Once known for romance,
This place turns into a bloody dance;
In the tempo of disease
On an island no one leaves.
Terri DelCampo wrote The Shudders four years ago. It's time for me to give it the love it deserves. This collection features some great tales of horror. All of them are different and draw you into their pages with a magical touch.
I have my copy. Do you have yours?
It's all in your head with one helpful shrink. The end's boundary is blurred, I think. Friendly kids never need a guard dog. The boko emerges from his bog. Salvation for May in an attic trunk. Blackhead squeezer vomits chunks. Wrath of bully victim runs deep. Mad beasts end up in tranqued heap. So pampered are the slaughterees. Not so the help, the worker bees.