Friday, June 12, 2015

Free horrors all weekend long!



Son of the Exorcist: A Roddy Sanchez Crime Thriller

It’s Halloween night. Rodrigo “Roddy” Sanchez is released from prison after twelve long years. During his incarceration, his mother— a local exorcist— disappeared and is believed to be dead. Roddy boards a bus back to the old neighborhood. One way or another he’s going to find out what happened to her. Armed with two daggers and a bad attitude, Roddy is following the mysterious trail of notes left behind for him. He feels sorry for the poor bastards who get in his way.

 
Grim and Grisly Shades of Red: Twenty-Eight Short Stories of Horror and Suspense

Loraine’s daughter, Eva, is found murdered, mutilated; and the only person that can help her avenge the young woman’s death is an old witch who uses a victim’s bones to track down the killer in “The Hired Hand.”

“The Bridge” pits the superstitious and neurotically-challenged, Benson against the very real presence of a modern-day troll.

“Mad Dash” is in a hurry to get away from his crazy date, but she has no intention of leaving… ever.

Lady Red and her hirsute companion, Clawbear, are seeking revenge in the fairytale “Grim and Grisly Shades of Red.” The monster that killed her grandma has now abducted some of the village children and taken them deep into the woods.

The Sunshine Harvest Food Bank is having another “Food Drive” at the homeless shelter. Ex-vet, Don is doing his best to convince his buddy, Max Borden, that the women of the Community Senior Center who sponsor the drive aren’t human...

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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Grim and Grisly Shades of Red


GRIM AND GRISLY SHADES OF RED is a collection of my personal favorite horror and suspense short stories I’ve written in the past eight years. It contains previously published works from ezines, print publications, and my out-of-print first book, "The Man of Shadows."

I have no intention of releasing it in print, so the only way to get your hands on it is through your Kindle device.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The Gyroscope Review Inaugural Issue

I have three new poems published in the inaugural issue of the Gyroscope Review. The issue is free to read online and just oozing with poetic elegance.

Monday, March 9, 2015

Featured Poet at The Midnight Lane Boutique

Editor, Johnny Longfellow, has selected me as this week's featured poet at The Midnight Lane Boutique.

TMLB publishes street-themed poems of 8 lines or less. Read the submission guidelines here.

Friday, February 20, 2015

HARROWNAUGHT... coming soon to print and ebook

HARROWNAUGHT
An Epic Fantasy and Adventure Poem
 
By Angel Zapata
 
 
...coming soon to print and ebook...

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Prayers from Crooked Spines Goodreads Giveaway


I'm giving away 5 print copies of my latest poetry collection, "Prayers from Crooked Spines," over at Goodreads.

Enter the Goodreads giveaway contest here.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Winner of the MicroHorror CJ Henderson Memorial Award


My story, Eye Appeal, is a winner of the 2013 MicroHorror CJ Henderson Memorial Award. Thrilled about this! Congratulations to my fellow winners, Rachel Anding and C.L. Hesser. Great stories. My sincerest thanks to editor, Nathan Rosen, and all the contest judges.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Free eBooks all weekend long!

 
Free eBooks all weekend long! To celebrate the release of my latest poetry collection, “Prayers from Crooked Spines,” my two previous releases, “An Offering of Ink & Feathers,” and “Son of the Exorcist: A Roddy Sanchez Crime Thriller” will be available free for download on Amazon beginning tomorrow, September 27th, thru Sunday, September 28th. Please spread the word and share this post!
 
 
 


Thank you to all my friends and family who support my writing addiction. I hope you enjoy reading these babies.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

New Poetry Book Release— Prayers from Crooked Spines


My latest poetry collection was released today in print. The Kindle version should be available in the next day or two. The stunning cover art is by author/artist, Gabrielle Faust. Please visit her webpage here. She’s a super-talented woman.
 
The twenty-six poems collected in this book are petitions, each one more urgent than the next. Fear is said to be rooted in the spine, yet the severing of its silver cord will paralyze the inflicted. Is supplication the only recourse? Perhaps, but “the body is never a silent witness. It would rather cat-scratch an arthritic limb than falsify an aura.” PRAYERS FROM CROOKED SPINES confronts “the creeping ivy of the brain,” takes aim at the “thorns at catatonic nerves,” and transforms emotional trauma into “something entirely wonderful and new.”
 
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