Now available from Thunderstorm Books: Stolen Away by Kristin Dearborn
Trisha doesn’t have much going for her, but she is a good mother. That’s what she’s always told herself, anyway. She wakes in the middle of the night to hear her infant son has been taken. Her daughter, who saw the kidnapping, tearfully tells her a monster took him. Her ex-boyfriend Joel owes the Russian Mafia a million dollars, but that’s nothing compared to the trouble Trisha’s got herself into. Searching for her son, Trisha and Joel won’t let gangsters, demons, or Joel’s overbearing mother stop them.
Trisha and Joel are forced to confront demons along the way, and not all of them are the literal kind. Not everyone can be trusted, and that has nothing to do with who’s a demon and who’s human. Trisha knows her son is out there, and is alive. Will she be able to reunite her family?
Join me in the Madhouse, an interview with Stephanie M. Wytovich!
“This week in the MADHOUSE, I’m hanging out with one of my favorite horror gal pals, Kristin Dearborn.When she told me that she had another book on the horizon, I knew I had to interview her to get the scoop. Check out the blurb for STOLEN AWAY below, along with a short Q&A about the book and her writing process. Plus, I think there’s something in there about prostitutes and Skunk Apes…”
Coming February 2016 from DarkFuse: The Woman in White by Kristin Dearborn
Rocky Rhodes, Maine.
As a fierce snowstorm descends upon the sleepy little town, a Good Samaritan stops to help a catatonic woman sitting in the middle of the icy road, and is never seen or heard from again. When the police find his car, it is splattered in more blood than the human body can hold.
While the storm rages on, the wave of disappearances continue, the victims sharing only one commonality: they are all male. Now it’s up to three young women to figure out who or what is responsible: a forensic chemist, a waitress struggling with an abusive boyfriend, and a gamer coping with the loss of her lover.
Their search will lead them on a journey filled with unspeakable horrors that are all connected to a mysterious Woman in White.
“Horror born straight from a nor’easter, Dearborn’s Woman in White is a great read for a winter night—with a monster I’ll never forget.” —Christopher Irvin, author of Federales and Burn Cards
“Kristin Dearborn’s Woman in White is a rip-roaring monster tale with sharp-eyed characterization and something to say about the power dynamics between men and woman. Thought-provoking and entertaining as hell!” —Tim Waggoner, author of Eat the Night
“Great stuff! Suspenseful, quickly paced, unpredictable and wonderfully evil tale. Kristin Dearborn’s best yet!” —Jeff Strand, author of Pressure
Spiders and cheese are like chocolate and peanut butter, better together.
Now Available: Issue #16 of Dark Moon Digest!
Featuring (among others) my story “The Babysitter,” a not-so-zombie zombie story.
Cover by George Cotronis. Isn’t it awesome?
The first advanced reviews of “Sacrifice Island” are coming out!
Coming October 15, 2013 from DarkFuse to your Nook or Kindle!
A tropical paradise…
Jemma and Alex are paranormal investigators, writing a book on hauntings around the world. When Jemma begins researching a cryptic diary written by a young woman who committed suicide on a supposedly haunted island in the Philippines years earlier, they think they’ve found their next chapter.
A tragic past…
It doesn’t take long for the pair to learn that the island harbors long-buried secrets, while savagely mutilated bodies turn its cerulean seas bloodred around them.
An ancient legend…
For the spirits here are demanding, and Jemma must confront her own demons while attempting to save herself and Alex from taking a permanent vacation to Sacrifice Island.
I am honored to have a story, “Coffee Rings” included in Midnight Echo Issue #9. I can’t wait to read the other stories in here!
Coming May 31, 2013!
The Debut Issue of Grim Corps
Featuring “Theft of Me” by Kristin Dearborn
The artwork that accompanies these stories is particularly awesome!
“Debut novelist Kristin Dearborn’s alien contact novel offers a strong story and evocative imagery…”
Now Available From DarkFuse Publishing:
Trinity, a novel
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The Zombie Feed vol. 1
Featuring “Rabid Raccoons”
Available from Amazon
What do reviewers have to say about the Zombie Feed and “Rabid Raccoons”?