A special thanks to Kim Smith for a super interview on Blog Talk Radio Thursday night. You were gracious and articulate.
Archive for February, 2010
“Scary seems too simple a word to describe this psychological horror. I found myself a little afraid to go to sleep the night I read The Haunting of Sam Cabot. Kudos, Mr. Hall, for scaring the daylights out of me.” —Teagan http://www.bookwenches.com
“Sure to cause some sleepless nights, this novella packs a powerful punch, for it encompasses the perilous areas of both insanity and the frighteningly supernatural. A great surprise ending; decidedly twisted and shocking. Might have you questioning your own sanity.” —G.L. Giles, http://www.infernaldreams.net
“The storyline of this novella streamed with the intensity of a cross between The Shining and The Amityville Horror. Amazingly, Hall managed to pen a novella that leaves the reader feeling as though they have digested an entire novel. The tight prose and wonderful detail make for a compelling read.” —Red Adept, http://redadept.wordpress.com
“Mark Edward Hall’s novella is a first rate creep-out, wonderfully scary, with full, well-drawn characters and a strong, descriptive narrative that channels the best of Edgar Allen Poe. Horror fans will love this tale, especially the shocking conclusion, which will leave them questioning the meaning of reality and the sometimes-tenuous border between sanity and madness. Mark Edward Hall is a literary artist, a strong voice in the horror genre.” —Lloyd F. Richey, Stormdragon
For those who might be interested in hearing me spout off about my latest book—and writing in general—Blog Talk Radio is doing an interview with me on Thursday February, 25th at 8:30 pm Eastern. Here’s the link.
Hi all. My very long short story, The Fear is being included in Triskaideka Books upcoming anthology, Masters of Horror, edited by Lee Pletzers, Karen Johnson Mead and Robert G. Male. I’ll post when it’s actually on the bookshelves.
Also, my novelette, The Hero of Elm Street is out in the anthology, To the American Soldier, a collection of stories, poems and letters of appreciation to American soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Edited by Mary Sweeney, it can be found at Amazon and wherever books are sold.
Servants of Darkness, my new collection of sinister tales, is now available on Smashwords. Smashwords allows books to be available in a multitude of reader formats, including Sony, Kindle, Pdf and many more. Here’s the link:
Hello, everybody. If you clicked on my website and found this nearly empty space it’s because my new website is in the process of being built. Have patience and I think that within a few days my webmaster and I will have things under control.