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About E. Reyes
E. Reyes is the winner of a Horror-Writers.com flash fiction contest, and his first published work "Trump Vs the Zombies" appears in the Dark Helix Press anthology Trump: Utopia or Dystopia? He currently resides in Arizona with his fiancee and their three children.
Visit E. Reyes's blog at halloweeneddie.blogspot.com and follow him on Twitter and Instagram @EReyesHorror
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Cindy Flores is a twenty-one-year-old single mother, retail worker, and college student who inherits her grandmother’s home on Moon Creek Avenue. Cindy’s father offers to pay the utilities until she graduates from college, doing whatever he can do so that she doesn’t go back to her abusive boyfriend.
At first, the home is comfortable - nostalgic of Cindy’s childhood, and her daughter enjoys the house, too. But soon, ghosts randomly appear day and night. Doors open and close, a streak of bad luck begins, Cindy and her daughter have unsettling nightmares, and Cindy’s mental state is pushed to the edge.
When Cindy’s video recording of paranormal activity goes viral on social media, she gets the attention of famous ghost hunters. Without anywhere else to turn, Cindy confides in their help to find out why she’s being haunted. A terrifying investigation leads to revelation and surprise.
Will she find the root of the evil being caused at her home on Moon Creek Avenue?
R.L. Stine has Fear Street, Stephen King has Castle Rock, E. Reyes has Devil’s Hill.
From the mind of author E. Reyes comes his debut horror anthology full of 15 terrifying Halloween stories that will keep you thinking long after the tales have been read.
It’s the darker half of the year. Cold weather begins and dead leaves are around us. Short days and long nights provide the perfect setting for ghost stories. And on every Halloween, the veil between the dead and the living is at its thinnest. But this year, the veil is completely gone, allowing spirits, deities, the unexplained, and true evil to roam the town of Devil’s Hill, Arizona freely when a group of witches summon an ancient deity into a scarecrow.
Each of the 15 stories in Devil’s Hill is different and unique, but they all connect to the underlying cause of what the witches have summoned.
Halloween in Devil’s Hill is about to be the scariest one ever.
This is the second edition of Devil's Hill, and it includes a "Behind the Stories" chapter.
In this macabre collection of short fiction, E. Reyes tells stories about the unknown, about demise, and about the human psyche.
A creature from the woods lurks at a young boy’s window in “The Smile.” A clown with a struggling roller coaster ride makes the ultimate sacrifice in “The Haunted Circus Ride.” A group of friends break into a home and are in for a night of unsuspected terror in “Home Invasion.” Thanksgiving day has turned into something sinister when a man goes to his parents’ house in “My Brother Daniel.” Something is off about a certain visit in “Mommy Dearest.” A girl is on the brink of losing her mind in “Paranoid.” A teen discovers a true crime book with a first-person point of view that haunts his memories in “The Crime Book.” A peculiar bat becomes a pest in “Bela Lugosi at My Window.” A man is on a drunken and drugged-up path of self-destruction in “This Kind of Hell.” A turn of events at a funeral cause the unthinkable to happen in “Resurrection (A Love Song to Stephen King’s Pet Sematary).” A young girl’s doll becomes a conduit for ancient evil in “Isabella’s Doll.” A creepy kid is alone at night, swinging on a swing set in the middle of October in “The Little Boy.” A dark comedy ensues with gore and the undead in "Zombies at the Dollar Palace."
Featuring 10 short stories and 2 pieces of flash fiction, Strange Tales of the Macabre is a strange and bizarre read that centers around death and the unexplainable.
When November and December come around, the horror and the paranormal don’t take a holiday vacation.
In this collection, a girl wakes up to visitors on Dia de los Muertos. A man recounts a sick and twisted Thanksgiving. A boy becomes intrigued with a house and with the girl who resides in it during autumn break. A family man deals with a dilemma that can cost him his soul. A man is caught in the woods during a blizzard as he searches for rescue for his dying friend. A hot holiday toy called Scurry Furry brings terror to a department store.
These are the tales for the shorter and colder nights. The stories for the dark side of the most wonderful time of the year...
From the author of Devil's Hill and The House on Moon Creek Avenue comes a new anthology of grindhouse horror in The Halloween Grindhouse.
On Halloween night, four friends use a new app that takes users to random locations that are considered weird, creepy, and haunted. The location generated for them is an abandoned house in a sketchy neighborhood.
Upon entering the empty home, they find a room containing an old television set, a VCR, and a set of videotapes. What is on the tapes will bring them instant regret, fear, and a new threat that awaits them under the full October moon.
Includes the short story "Mischief" and four new original tales of Halloween horror and suspense.