K.H. Koehler's Blog
February 27, 2015
The Curse Servant (The Dark Choir, Book 2)
The one person standing between Hell��� and an innocent girl��� is a man without a soul.
A regular life isn’t in the cards for Dorian Lake, but with his charm-crafting business invigorated, and the prospect of a serious relationship within his grasp, life is closer to normal t...
February 16, 2015
It’s been a good week for short stories. I have two reprints available I’d like to make you guys aware of.
[image error]Welcome back to Fossil Lake, where the water is dark, and deep, and strange. Where wonderful mysteries and abhorrent monsters dwell together, lurking far beyond the shadowed reach of reality. Where sediment preserves in its layers a perfect record of that which will never be forgotten.
40 stories and poems, and a bonus cartoon, await in this second anthology of the aberrant.
Come for the...
January 26, 2015
As many of my fans know, music plays a huge part in my writing, and frequently weasels its way into the mood of my novels. A few days ago I was inspired to create a new mix for our favorite fallen angel and troublemaking demi-devil, Nicky Englebrecht, the enigmatic only begotten son of Satan.
January 24, 2015
Author and actor Dave Eisenstark brings us some old fashioned hack and slash…and a few funnies along the way in his newest psychological horror novel, The Video Killer. We just know you’re dying to read it!
Wannabe music-video director and serial killer Johnny Tone–stuck in backwater Hilltown, Kansas–is sure his next-door neighbor, Laura Causely–beautiful, suicidal, and just released from a mental institution–is his ticket to Hollywood. Once a professional dancer, Laura has the moves Johnny cr...
Today we swing over to Sci-Fi/Weird Western, one of my favorite genres! Author Earl Wynn puts his own unique spin on SF western-style pulp with this little treat that I just know Firefly and Guardians of the Galaxy fans will love!
The year is nineteen aught ninety.
The planet: Gore Gulch.
The shotgun: a sawed-off two gauge punt gun that specialist Black Magic calls ���The Deuce.���
Five powerful men just pissed off the wrong woman. Five worlds are on her hit list, and even John Herbert Wilson Tho...
January 22, 2015
Today we invite you to partake of some Forbidden Knowledge that just may leave you changed forever. From author David Nielsen, a dark glimpse inside the Lovecraftian mind of madness.
A young artist’s impossible dream. A New Orleans policeman haunted by his past. A terrified, homeless wretch racing for her life through a fog-shrouded swamp. A sailor fleeing reality for the chilling whispers of the unimaginable. A nervous University Professor stalked through the night. And connecting all five do...
January 20, 2015
The tremendously talented Ken Goldman, who has sold literally hundreds of short stories over the years, has a new novel out! And he was kind enough to share some info with us and give us insight in the creation of his little nightmare.
Ask anyone in Wellington County about Socrates Singer. They���ll tell you. Socrates Singer? He���s nobody, a loser, some skinny anti-social reject whose greatest achievement is the Perfect Attendance Award at Roosevelt High. The local girls ignore him. The tough...
January 7, 2015
Severed Press���, publisher of Raiju and other upcoming titles of mine, has been nominated for Publisher of the Year by This is Horror! Please go there and follow the instructions to vote! Thank you!
(They also publish really amazing kaiju and zombie books!)
January 6, 2015
I want to thank K. H. Koehler for allowing me to hijack her blog for my fantasy sale. I wanted to spread the word on this great sale to as many people as I could.
I’ve always been known as a horror writer but a few years ago I decided to try my hand at another genre I love– high fantasy. As part of a New Year’s Promotion I’ve reduced all of my fantasy titles to 99 cents! I’m hoping I’ll
gain a few new readers.
This sale includes my very first fantasy novella: Web of the Spider Queen. Book 1 of t...
December 31, 2014
2014 was a good year overall. I have no real complaints. My family and I stayed in good health. My mom had a few little health issues along the way, but nothing dramatic, which is something of a shock to all of us. I’ve grown so used to bad news, I’m now at the point in my life where I’m suspicious of any good news, treating it like bait to lure me into a false sense of security so life can hit me broadside once more. I’m not necessarily a negative person, but I am a realistic one, and I’ve b...