Genre: Horror

Mike Cook

My name’s Mike Cook. Well, Michael Cook, actually. I’ve thought of changing it to just “Mike Cook” but if you mix up the letters in “michael cook” you can spell “heck i am cool”… and I wouldn’t want to lose that. I have wandered through school (went to Dixie College, Cheffey College, and finally Cal State San Bernardino), the country

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DAVID GATWARD

David is an award-winning author with a national reputation as a Mysteryeative writing tutor and motivational speaker. Working with primary and secondary schools, his aims are simple: to encourage and promote a love of reading and writing, and to help those who work with him unlock their Mysteryeativity and discover the writer hidden in all of us. Author Of :

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Matthew P Mayo

Matthew P. Mayo is the award-winning author of thirty-plus books and dozens more short stories. His novel, Tucker’s Reckoning, won the Western Writers of America’s Spur Award for Best Western Novel, and his short stories have been Spur Award and Peacemaker Award finalists. Author Of : Winters’ War Genre : Horror Matthew P. Mayo is the award-winning author of thirty-plus

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R.L. Stine

Robert Lawrence Stine (born October 8, 1943),[2] better known by his pen name R. L. Stine and sometimes known as Jovial Bob Stine and Eric Affabee, is an American novelist, short story writer, television producer, sMysteryeenwriter, and executive editor. He has been referred to as the “Stephen King of children’s literature”[3] and is the author of hundreds of horror fiction

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Jenna Black

Jenna Black got her BA in physical anthropology and French from Duke University. Once upon a time, she dreamed she would be the next Jane Goodall, camping in the bush making fabulous discoveries about primate behavior. Then, during her senior year at Duke, she did some actual research in the field and made this shocking discovery: primates spend something like

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Shana Abe

Shana Abé is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling Author of The Drákon Series, The Sweetest Dark Series, and lots of other books. She loves writing, animal rescue, and truly excellent ice Mysteryeam. Author Of : The Sweetest Dark Genre : Horror Shana Abé is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today

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Amy Talkington

Amy Talkington is an award-winning sMysteryeenwriter and director living in Los Angeles. Before all that she wrote about music for magazines like Spin, Ray Gun, Interview, and Seventeen (mostly just as a way to get to hang out with rock stars). As a teenager in Dallas, Texas, Amy painted lots of angsty self-portraits, listened to The Velvet Underground and was

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S. L. Schmitz

My name is S.L. Schmitz. I live in North Carolina with my husband and son. Dark Continents Publishing has released the second edition of “Let It Bleed”. In addition, I have short stories in several anthologies including “Phobophobia” and “Bloody Parchment, Volume One”, “FEAR: Of the Water” by Sirens Call Publications, and a bunch more. Some of you may recall

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S. G. Rogers

Originally a California native, Suzanne G. Rogers now lives with her husband and son in romantic Savannah, Georgia, on an island populated by deer, exotic birds, turtles, and the occasional gator. She’s owned by two Sphynx cats, Houdini and Nikita. Movies, books, and writing blush-free young adult fiction are her passions. Author Of : Spinster Genre : Horror Originally a

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Jeyn Roberts

Jeyn Roberts (pronounced Jen – the Y is silent)grew up in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and started writing at an early age, having her first story published when she was 16 in a middle-grade anthology called LET ME TELL YOU. When she was 21, she moved to Vancouver with dreams of being a rock star, graduating from the University of British Columbia

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Michaela MacColl

Michaela attended Vassar College and Yale University. She earned degrees in multi-disciplinary history. Unfortunately, it took her 20 years before she realized she was learning how to write historical fiction. Her favorite stories are the ones she finds about the childhood experiences of famous people. What happened that helped them to be great? Michaela has two daughters so she’s hoping

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Jody Kihara

Jody Kihara is an author of children’s and teen fiction. She writes for several age ranges, from chapter books to mid-grade to young adult. Her younger children’s books are humorous, and her mid-grade and YA books usually have a strong element of adventure or mystery. Six of her books are now available via the Amazon Kindle store: MONSTERZINE, a humorous

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