My horror novel “What Waits in the Shadows” is now available at Amazon in Kindle format!

Netgalley ARC reviews:

★★★★★ “Wow! What a wild ride! From start to finish, this story had me hooked.”
★★★★★ “Downright jaw-dropping, and I loved every bit of it!”
★★★★★ “This was a great concept in the horror genre.”
★★★★★ “It has the spooks and the shivers and the things that go bump in the night with an enduring creeping dread that is palpable.”

How long can horrifying secrets stay buried?

Twenty years after watching her father’s violent murder, Lisa Kallman is on the verge of a dream life. Her father’s killer is in prison, she has a job helping children who’ve suffered like her and she’s about to be married.

But Lisa can’t escape a sense of dread that tells her danger lurks everywhere. When she hears strange voices and people around her are brutally killed, she wonders if she can trust her memories.

Is Lisa going mad, or is something evil and inhuman stalking her?

Cover of the horror novel What Waits in the Shadows by Wil Forbis. Available at Amazon.

Arithmophobia: An Anthology of Mathematical Horror” edited by Robert Lewis of Polymath Press arrives March 14, 2024. It includes a short story of mine I’m very proud of, “Solve for X.” Pre-order (or order if you’re reading this after March 13) at Amazon.

Screams From The Ocean Floor: A Horror Anthology” from Broken Brain Books is available for at Amazon. The collection features works by some stellar talents such as Angel Van Atta, Gage Greenwood, and Leigh Kenny. (Oh, also, it kicks off with my short story, “Dark Waters,” about a tormented social media addict mocking a doomed submersible.) Editor is Heather Ann Larson.

EVIL TOYS GALORE! My story “A Decent Guy” in the “Terrors from the Toy Box: A Phobica Books Anthologyis available at Amazon. (It goes live October 1st, pre-orders available before that.)

My story “Nature Boy” is included in the “Fear Forge Summer Quarter 2023” anthology featuring twenty campfire-themed short stories. Available at Amazon. Edited by Lyndsey Smith of Horrorsmith Editing.

My short story “Too Many Cats” is available by signing up on my mailing list.