Sunday, October 12, 2014

Nightmare Alley - New Online Horror Magazine

I love October. Not only does the weather finally start to cool down a bit, but fall is amazing. I love all things autumn from the changing leaves, to pumpkin lattes, to comfy sweaters. It's also the best time for horror and Halloween.

I share my passion for all things spooky with my long time friend and fellow author, Thomas Amo. He released a horror anthology called Midnight Never Ends in April of this year. He meant it as an homage to Rod Serling and one of our favorite shows, Night Gallery. Although, when I read it, I told him that book was more like the evil love child of Rod Serling and Quentin Tarantino. It has all the suspense of Rod Serling with the over the top gore of Tarantino. Definitely a fun read! It's currently on sale for 99 cents on Amazon, which is a steal!

Recently, he told me that he wanted to start a horror magazine called Nightmare Alley. I was absolutely honored when he offered to feature my books in the first issue. I thought it was a nice idea, and Thomas is very talented, but I have to say, I was blown away when I saw it. He did an amazing job! He scored an interview with Lauren Ashley Carter and gave shout outs to some cool websites like The Slaughtered Bird. He has articles on Rue Volley and her Hellhound series as well as Michelle Muto, the bestselling author of The Haunting SeasonClare C. Marshall contributes a very informative piece about publishing. There is also a creepy story called Fairytale by Latashia Figueroa, author of This Way Darkness: Three Tales of Terror.

Nightmare Alley has a little something for everyone who loves horror, including information on books, television, websites, and movies. If you're interested in advertising opportunities, the prices are very reasonable. Send requests to Thomas at

So check out the first addition of Nightmare Alley HERE. It's a free online magazine, and be sure to stay tuned for upcoming issues!