As an incredibly valued subscriber to the HellBound Books Publishing newsletter, here's your opportunity to treat yourself to our latest offerings of top notch horror, and be one of the very first to check out the spankiung brand new HBB website! 

Well, summer has been a and gone, in the twinkling of an eye - and we can't think of a better way to enjoy the quiet time that Back to School affords than with a HellBound Book!

We have a whole bunch of brand new titles for you to enjoy, from the terrifyingly haunting Children of Hydesville, to the deeply disturbing insight into a serial killer's cold mind that is Evolution of a Monster, and our brand new anthology of short stories inspired by every Schlock! Horror! lover's favorite decade - the 1980's!'s not everyday we get to unveil or brand new, new-look website - a heck of a lot of work has gone into it over the summer months, and we are particularly proud of it! See for yourself!

So, take a peek, and be sure to treat yourself to one of our latest - and keep your eyes peeled for upcoming announcements about our first batch of audiobooks! 

We dare you!

An anthology of short stories based upon/inspired by and in loving homage to all of those great gorefest movies and books of the 1980's (not necessarily base in that era, although some do ride that wave of nostalgia!), the golden age when horror well and truly came kicking, screaming and spraying blood, gore & body parts out from the shadows...

It was the decade that brought us everything in the cinema and on VHS from the Italian 'nasties' to Elm Street, The Lost Boys, Hellraiser, The Thing, Day of the Dead, Reanimator, Return of the Living Dead, My Bloody Valentine, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Cannibal Holocaust….and superlative directors such as David Cronenburg, John Waters, Roger Corman and - of course - Clive Barker. 

All of this was, naturally, reflected in the books we devoured - Guy N Smith, Clive Barker's Books of Blood, James Herbert, Jack Ketchum, Gary Brandner and Richard Laymon, to name but a mere handful. 

This exemplary 80's themed/inspired tales of terror has been adjudicated and compiled by one Mr Bret McCormick, himself a writer, producer and director of many a schlock classic, including Bio-Tech Warrior, Time Tracers, The Abomination, Ozone: The Attack of the Redneck Mutants and the inimitable Repligator.  Check out his formidable resume here on IMDB...

So, you get the picture - within this weighty tome, we have the darkest splatter, most horrific gruesomeness and stomach-churning detail, all wrapped up in the most gripping stories, and played out by the strongest of characters - all of which will keep even the hardiest of souls wide awake and trembling in the wee hours.

Featuring stories from: Todd Sullivan, Timothy C Hobbs, Mark Thomas, Andrew Post, James B. Pepe, Thomas Vaughn, Edward Karpp, Jaap Boekestein, Lisa Alfano, L.C.Holt, John Adam Gosham, Brandon Cracraft, M. Earl Smith, Sarah Cannavo, James Gardner, Bret McCormick, and James H Longmore.

A terrifying insight into the deteriorating mind of a serial killer.

"I took Heather to the bathroom to mask her identity before we departed, and she became hysterical at the sight of her parents - still lying where they dropped. 

It had been over 24 hours since their death, and she was still freaking out about it. 

I couldn't have someone with me who was going to scream at the sight of blood; I understood some training was in order, so I sat her beside her mom and handed her a kitchen knife..."

A stunning debut novel, your unique opportunity to join the murderous spree of an escalating serial killer, who is hellbent on achieving his sick goal of killing in each and every state of the USA.

Through the killer's increasingly unhinged diary entries, gain an insight into his thoughts, imaginings and internal struggles as he fights against his primal urge to satisfy his growing bloodlust, and to justify his nefarious actions to his rapidly crumbling mind. 

A wholly original novel, that will shock, amuse and appall; plus provide you, the reader, with a ringside seat inside the psyche of a brutal killer...

Evolution of a Monster wasn't written just for a read, it was written as a follow-along experience. Though the names, houses, and addresses are all make-believe, the streets, roads, cities, and landscape are all real. 

When read, while referring to a map, Evolution of a Monster takes you on the killer's journey for real. You can find the streets on a map, and see his actual path through woods, rivers and towns; and it is especially fun for those people who live on the actual streets, and who have been through these towns...

When the terrifying entity that Maggie and Katie Fox unleashed in Hydesville in 1848 returns in 2018, a gallery owner, his wife, a journalist and her boyfriend join forces to battle it.

Manhattanites Derek David and his wife Edith receive an invitation to visit the Keilgarden Colony. Founded in 1948 with funds from Derek’s great grandfather, the Colony is a secluded community dedicated to nurturing children with psychic abilities. Located five hours north of the city in the village of Hydesville, the compound was built on land that includes the cottage where Maggie and Katie Fox first heard the ghostly rappings in 1848 which started the Spiritualist movement. 

But what begins as a late-summer respite swiftly turns into a confusing and terrifying ordeal for the couple and Derek’s brother, Oswald. From the moment they are greeted by the Colony’s beautiful yet mysterious host, Vanya Avery, they begin experiencing bizarre and disturbing events: Memory loss, unsettling visions and dreams, otherworldly manifestations, voices and apparitions that repeatedly beckon them back to the haunted Fox cottage. To end the escalating phenomena, Derek sets fire to the house.

Months later, New York Times reporter Sheila Irving and her boyfriend, Kevin Jackson, visit Hydesville to determine what motivated Derek to burn down the Fox property. Soon, the powerful entity that controls the area—something that can see as well as hear—unleashes its most cunning tactic, a deceptive command once uttered by Maggie Fox to “Do as I do.” If those gathered in the village—Derek and Edith, Sheila and Kevin—succumb to the edict, they will partake in the creation of union children, psychically gifted offspring whose malevolent powers will reach far beyond the confines of the township. Like the Spiritualist movement from which they originated, if allowed to be birthed, the children of Hydesville will eventually impact the entire world.


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