31 Days Of Halloween Audio Book Reviews Horror New Release Series

There’s something wicked happening in Donn, Texas!

I am surprised how much this story creeped me out!

Normally, I prefer to have Alexa read to me, or even the TTS in the Kindle Fire I have is pretty good – compared to my last Kindle anyway. My point being… I’m used to Alexa, and my older, British mom type reading me my extreme horror when necessary. In most of the audio books I’ve tried, the narrator pulls me out if the story, if I’m ever able to get there in the first place.
That is not the case here. The woman doing the audio for Donn, TX made the story! I’m going to have to come back to edit her name in I think. I can only remember Micha. Just so you know, my fingers are crossed, and I’m hoping she comes back to narrate ‘every year’ 😉
In 1952 we are traveling with a young couple on a road trip to see her parents, and the ‘her’ is very, very pregnant. She is having a hard go of things, puking every few miles, and it’s time to take a rest for the night. In Donn, Texas. ♪ donn donn DONNNNN ♪
Head to Eric Butler’s website to get the lay if the land, and find out what happens during the couple’s siesta – you can download a copy of the written book, or listen to the audio free on the page.
I am really excited to find out ALL the evils of Donn, TX!

Every month or so there will be another addition to the Donn, TX Universe. They will come out as eBooks and Audio Books. Around every 50,000 words produced, the stories will be collected into a paperback edition. This way there are a number of ways for you to enjoy and consume The Donn, TX Collection.

Eric Butler Author / Naked Cat Press

Eric Butler on Amazon, Goodreads,

Donn, TX 1952, 1969,

* The narrator’s name is Micah Cottingham, and she’s fantastic!

Audio Friday The Thirteenth


Learn how to pronounce this word:

What is it? Paraskevidekatriaphobia is the irrational fear of Friday the 13th, and all things associated with it. There’s good news, but it involves successfully saying the word. ♪ dun dun dunnn ♪

Dr. Donald Dossey, from the Phobia Institute in Asheville, N.C., says that “when you learn to pronounce this word, you’re cured of all your Friday the thirteenth related fears!” But how do you even begin?

Korva Coleman, an expert on pronunciations, gives us this advice: “Break it down into syllables,” she advises. “When you take a look at that middle “i” after the “v” … it’s pronounced like a double “e.” para-skev-EE-dek-a-tri-a-pho-bia

That helped me a little bit, but I’m more of an aural learner –

The second, and lesser popular friggatriskaidekaphobia is another name for a fear of Friday the 13th.

Stay safe out there today! Pet a black cat, stay away from ladders, and wear your mask!

P, L & N 💕


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Jerry McKinney’s ‘DEATH BONDS’

“Death Bonds” gives you love, pain, sacrifice and compassion.

How can horror embody those things? Well, it can.

McKinney managed to come up with a story where he mixes lovely images with gore.

Audio Video Zombie Fiend

Mementos by Jerry W. McKinney

This is a dramatic reading of the first thing Jerry McKinney ever wrote… it got me right in the feels!

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‘A Taste Of Darkness’ – Read by Chantal Noordeloos

I listen to books/stories all the time. There is too much time not being utilized throughout the day – so I pop in my earbuds whenever I get the chance.
Some I hear through a tts synthesizer, (IMO, Ivona has one of the best tts programs), and others I’ve downloaded off of Audible, or author websites. Podcasts are great, too.
Some have professional narration, sound effects, and music – tons of money poured into getting things ‘just right‘. *[Choosing from all I’ve heard, I’d bet that Stephen King’s NEEDFUL THINGS was the one that cost the most to produce – Read/Recorded by King himself.]
YouTube is home to a billion and forty two videos of people reading short stories, excerpts from longer stories, and even poetry. NONE have effected me like this one.*¹

This reading of ‘A Taste of Darkness‘, [one of the stories in the Horror collection ‘Deeply Twisted’] is by the author. Chantal Noordeloos put on her Author Hat/(Coyote Hat), and recorded her story with as much heart & emotion as she put into writing it. We’re hearing it told the way it was written, and the effect is chilling. I’ve seen a lot of authors, (on YouTube), that cannot pull this off – speaking in a monotone voice, and never looking away from the monitor, they sound like Ben Stein. Chantal gave me goose bumps.
Chantal is not merely a writer/author- she’s a storyteller.
If I ever win the lottery, I’m going to ask her to record all my books!
I think that listening to her read this story made me appreciate it more, and it upped the creepiness levels! There is so much that I’d like to say, so many feels that I’d like to express – but, I won’t.
Watch this video – do it!

*¹ – I want to mention the fact that although I’m friends with the author online, it had no impact on how I feel about this story, or her telling of it. In fact, how I gush in this post is a little embarrassing – maybe she won’t see it >.<

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The Awful Tale of the Minnesota Diarrhea Ghost by Rish Outfield

The Awful Tale of the Minnesota Diarrhea GhostThe Awful Tale of the Minnesota Diarrhea Ghost by Rish Outfield
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a grandfather who’s telling a hilarious tall tale to his grandkids. Super short, the notes say it was first told via IM.
I will remember this for the rest of my life, mostly because I plan on using it every time someone near me smells something foul, and there’s no dog around to blame.

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