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Notes from the End of the World
High school is supposed to be the best years of a girl’s life, but when a pandemic breaks out, turning victims into flesh-hungry cannibals, Cindy Scott realizes she’s witnessing what may be the end of the world. As the N-Virus spreads, it becomes evident that no family is safe from its wrath. Despite efforts to carry on as normal, society starts to unravel.
Once Cindy’s popular sister, Audrey, a senior, is infected, the lives of the Scott family are forever altered. Cindy’s father, an E.R. doctor, manages to acquire a black-market vaccine to slow Audrey’s deterioration, but that isn’t a cure. It’s only delaying the inevitable. Audrey slowly becomes a zombie, yet she is able to maintain awareness.
In fact, she is so aware that she fights going to The Pastures, a “living cemetery” where the living dead are taken to wander fields, safely behind the security of electric fences, where they will eventually decay away to dust peacefully.
Cindy’s life continues to crumble as everyone she knows and loves succumbs to the effects of the N-Virus. Finally, she realizes her only hope is Nick, her longtime crush and fellow survivor.
A Novel of the Zombie Apocalypse
THE END IS ONLY THE BEGINNING
On the eve of winter Solstice, a massive flash envelopes the Earth and then there is nothing. The sun no longer shines and civilization is plunged into unending darkness. Those exposed to the mysterious flash have changed—they have become bloodthirsty, cunning, and determined to devour anyone who is not infected.
They are Ragers.
In Sweden, uneasy travelers Tomas an architect, his young son, Christopher, and university student Melanie, hear a broken broadcast. There is hope. Something called Sanctuary waits, but it is thousands of miles away, somewhere on the shores of the British Isles.
Meanwhile, in a London supermarket, Stu, a high school English teacher from the States finds himself stranded along with a handful of students on a senior trip. Outside, hoards of hungry Ragers await, ready to tear them limb from limb. Their only hope is to find Sanctuary.
Solstice is a tale of hope, terror, survival, and finding love at the end of the World.
Darklands: A Vampire's Tale
Twenty years ago, Susan Archer witnessed the brutal murder of her beloved twin brother.
Now, the murderer, Devin McCree, has returned. Although Devin is a “Deathwalker,” Susan soon discovers that he is not the monster she has feared for so long. In fact, she realizes she is incredibly attracted to him.
Meanwhile, psychotic former Nazi vampire hunter Kasper has resurfaced from the depths of the past and is out to set the record straight with Devin.
Leaving her old life behind, Susan joins Devin on his run from Kasper.
Set against a shabby, Dystopian landscape, Darklands: A Vampire’s Tale is a violent tale of survival, bloodlust, and two people trying to hang on to the last shreds of their humanity.
Breaths in Winter
THE COMPLETE COLLECTION OF 32 TALES OF TERROR
Thirty-two tales of horror from acclaimed author Donna Burgess. Enter the world of vampire, zombies, ghosts and people who aren't quite sane. Travel the darkest roads, from the American South to the Chernobyl contamination zone and find out what lies in wait. FOR MATURE READERS.
This is a compilation of the short-story singles listed, including, Breaths In Winter, The Dancing Water, The Dead Girl's Blog, Abigail, Scarecrow John, Twilight Poison and many others.
Ashes: A Collection of Dark Poetry
Do you love things that lurk in the dark? Are you drawn to strange? Do you find beauty in the grotesque? This collection of over 100 poems examines the darkest recesses of human (and non-human) nature.
Many of these pieces have appeared in some of the better-known horror or science fiction publications over the last couple of decades, including Weird Tales, The Urbanite, The Harrow, Dreams and Nightmares, Deathrealm, ChiZine, Black Petals, Black Moon Magazine, Rogue Worlds, Albedo One, Bare Bones, Flesh and Blood, Talebones and others.
Several have also been by Ellen Datlow for Honorable Mention in her Year’s Best collections.