The Creepy Side of Online Dating Apps

Beware that handsome stranger!

In this collection of 12 short stories by Simon Graves, the latest dating app might lead you down bizarre and often deadly paths.

gay fiction horrorBlurb:

Find him on FIND’M!

FIND’M is the newest geosocial networking app for gay men that’s turning heads and taking them off!


Dark & disturbing. Great Tension! Five Stars

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Author Bio:

simon graves, authorSimon Graves is an emerging author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction and fantasy from Norfolk, Virginia. He has released his first horror short story collection with a novella to follow in 2015.

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Dark Tales of Ruin, Romance and Redemption

Do you like dark tales with a bit of romance tossed in? Then this series might just be for you. 

gay fictionA gripping  saga about twin brothers, the men they love, and the enduring truth that true love never dies — no matter how many times you kill it.

Thierry d’Arjou has but one escape from the daily misery of his work at a medieval abattoir — Etienne de Balthas. But keeping their love a secret triggers a bloody chain of events that condemns Thierry to a monstrous immortality. Thierry quickly learns that to survive his timeless exile, he must hide his sensitive heart from the man who both eases and ensures his loneliness…his twin brother.

Shaped by the fists of a brutal father, Olivier d’Arjou cares for only two things: his own pleasure and his twin. But their sadistic path through centuries is littered with old rivals and new foes, and Olivier must fight for what is rightfully his – Thierry, made immortal for him alone.

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Revisiting Lily

Friend and author, Xavier Axelson is doing what few authors are brave enough to do – pulling a published story apart, rewriting it, and  bringing it back to life. I asked him to stop by and talk to us about his horror novel, Lily, and give us a bit more information. (I’m nosy like that.) ~B.

Lily - Xavier AxelsonLily is the first of my books to be reissued, and while I am eternally grateful to Seventh Window Publications (it’s my favorite story) I was skeptical to revisit a world created two years prior. After all, the story was over, there couldn’t be more. I was wrong. Immediately, Lily’s story came back with unexpected urgency. Lily had much more to say. Through revisions, cover art debates, and re-reads it was Lily’s voice that resurfaced, and in listening, I realized things were not settled.

Lily is the same story it was in 2012. A little girl is dragged into the woods by a wolf, only to return a year later, “different”.  Her father mourns his child to the point of madness, but finds hope in new love and the belief his daughter will return. [Read more…]