Looking into the mirror, my eyes were bloodshot. Of course they were bloodshot, what did I expect having only slept four hours in the last three days? It was getting to be a pattern and it was starting to take a toll on me. My fluff of a ragdoll cat, Jekyll, stopped midway through weaving himself around my ankles and looked up lovingly at me—his soft mew broke my … [Read more...] about Infernal
Independent Horror Releases
What makes Puzzle Box Horror different than other paranormal online communities? We celebrate indie content creators. We even provide sponsorship and promotional advice to qualified authors, filmmakers and horror screenplay writers.
The more scary stories and original fiction we support as a community the better! We are updating this section with sequential chapters of original horror and paranormal fiction. Follow along, as our featured writers, filmmakers, and horror creators take you on a dark and terrifying journey into the spooky and suspenseful side of horror storytelling.
WRETCH tells the story of a young man with psychic gifts who is lured into the occult practice of "Enceladism" in an effort to cure his partner's cancer. His journey takes many uncanny twists as Nat tries to navigate an increasingly toxic environment while battling his nagging demons and attempting to "awaken to his higher purpose." First off tell … [Read more...] about Interview with “Wretch” Producer Matthew Dunehoo
Richard Thomas is an award-winning author of seven books: three novels—Disintegration and Breaker (Penguin Random House Alibi), as well as Transubstantiate (Otherworld Publications); three short story collections—Staring into the Abyss (Kraken Press), Herniated Roots (Snubnose Press), and Tribulations (Cemetery Dance); and one novella in The Soul Standard (Dzanc Books). With … [Read more...] about Interview with Award Winning Author and Teacher Richard Thomas
How would you feel if you suddenly started receiving letters from someone you didn't know? Personal letters, from someone who seemed to know more about you than you ever wanted to admit to yourself? The End of the Sentence (2014) delivers--it's not only difficult to put down, (or stop listening to, if you opt to experience it as an audiobook) but it is also easily digestible … [Read more...] about Interview with Female Horror Author Kat Howard
Tell me a bit about your background. I understand you were Pastor at one point in time?Yes, I was in the ministry full-time for around twenty years. I served in churches across theSouth in just about every position imaginable. I have three religion/theology degrees becausemy passion has always been teaching and the intellectual side of things. My favorite areas ofstudy are … [Read more...] about Interview with Horror Author Ezekiel Kincaid