Wolf-men, and Beasts, Monsters in the Night – a True Tale of Halloween Pursuit
“Spooky,” Keith said. He was looking at the night too. “You shouldn’t have stayed so late.” “Hump. Ain’t nothing out here.” I glanced around the yard, saw no sign of the dog, then cupped my hands before my mouth and called for him. “Ahhhya. Ahhhya.”
Unnecessary Warfare, An Incidental Reaction - Free To Read Short Sci-Fi
In crafting “Unnecessary Warfare, An Incidental Reaction,” I have purposed to run a series of war-focused science fiction, war in fantasy and war in horror. This free to read short sci-fi is my first entry toward full engagement.
As The World Burns - A Sci-Fi Short Story by Rm Harrington
As The World Burns, a sci-fi look at the effects of greed and bitterness even in the mists of complete and total world destruction. Will Toby help the world or just himself. How important are the needs of your loved ones, and how far will you go to ensure their lifestyle.
Real Bats Flying All Around Our Head, Free to Read, Star Trek, Television
They say real bats are blind. I don’t believe it. I stood in there with the little sucker; it hanging on tiny clawed fingers from the curtain, and me pretending to be a man. If the bugger wasn’t looking at me, it was looking through me.
MUTT, Monsters Under The Bed, Dealing with Bed-Wetting, Thumb-Sucking, and Other Trauma
Due to the alarming increase in bed-wetting, thumb-sucking, and other trauma related childhood incidents; sleepless and exasperated moms are determined to make an end to the ancient but irrational fear of the so-called “Monster-Under-The-Bed”.
Teleportation Devices, Unexpected Consequences - FREE Read Short Story
In this FREE to read Rm Harrington short story involving the unique aspects of teleportation devices, we meet Marianne, a disgruntled old lady, her husband and the unexpected consequences that sometimes occur in an out-of-the-way country store.
Brian Lumley, author, born 12/2/1937. Known for Necroscope series as well as various other outstanding horror/scifi titles. Served in the Germany based Corps of Royal Military Police.
At an early age, Brian Lumley published in a number of Arkham House anthologies. Projects included the likes of: Beneath the Moors, The Caller of The Black and The Horror at Oakdeene. By nature of his love for the works of Lovecraft, Lumley set many of his early works to the echo of the Lovecraft archaic style of adjectival writing.
But the Brian Lumley breakthrough came with the 1984 crafting of Necroscope®, a graphic horror featuring Harry Keogh as the man who speaks with the dead. Afterward came:
Demogorgon, Dreamlands, and then a return to the man with dead speak, Harry Keogh. But there was yet another gap between Necroscope II and Necroscope III. But that’s allright, for in the mean, we reaped: Wamphyri!
Bestsellers in the USA, Lumley’s books quickly accumulated one million sales with a lead toward two million. The success of previous Keogh-based works brough about the massive Lumley Vampire World Trilogy. It’s a horror collection totaling over 3/4 million words.
Thirteen countries and counting have now published, or are in the process of publishing these and other Lumley’s novels and short story collections. In the US alone, Brian Lumley books have topped sales of over three million copies.
When they’re not travelling, the Lumleys keep house in Torquay, Devon, England…