Hello readers and fans of the horror genre. Back by popular demand, I've made the following books available for download on kindle again. Some of my followers have asked why I no longer have books available for purchase and why I haven't written for some time.
Well, readers. You're in luck. I've made three of my old works available again. These titles are books I worked on and wrote while getting my undergraduate degree. These stories played a significant role in developing my thesis presentation describing the importance of the horror genre and its place in the literary world.
As a warning, keep in mind that these books contain adult content: strong language, sexual content, violence, and gore. Finally, keep an eye out for more works coming from me in the future months.
Good news! I've decided to get back into horror blogging and journalism. I'm launching a new site titled: Occult Concept.
Occult Concept is a journalistic website and blog providing reviews, promotions, news, and interviews, for the independent horror community. Previously known as A Slice of Horror, its main focus is on helping independent and lesser known horror films, directors, film companies, authors, and publishing houses reach more members of the indie horror community.
With the ever growing number of obscure, cult, and indie horror films on the market, we feel a need to provide a collection of helpful and detailed reviews, news articles, and promotions to the independent horror community and fans. This site is your horror haunt for reviews and news about those films, books, and companies that are harder to pin down.
We love to work with artists, filmmakers, publishers, production companies, and authors to promote new and upcoming projects in the independent horror community. If you are interested in having your work featured or reviewed on Occult Concept please contact our lead editor/writer via e-mail or on our contact page.
N.C. Patterson is a writer of mystery and horror fiction. He has been an active publicist, journalist, and blogger in the indie horror community for over five years.