April A. Taylor’s horror and psychological thrillers have terrified thousands of readers. Although every book she writes is somewhat on the dark side, the following titles are especially well-suited to horror lovers.
“Sinkhole is another fine look at the natural world gone mad…a worthy addition to the emerging field of eco-horror.” – Alma Katsu, author of The Hunger and The Deep
“Not for the faint of heart…Shift[s] the perspective of what a horror novel really has the potential to be. Sinkhole is an intelligent and terrifying triumph in the world of horror fiction.” – Readers’ Favorite
“A very fast-paced, short and punchy adventure horror novel. [It] has an outstanding change of direction halfway through…You will easily read all 200+ pages without drawing much of a breath or pause.” – Horror DNA
”Sinkhole should be part of every horror fan’s TBR pile.” – Medium.com
”A fast-paced apocalyptic nightmare.” – Grit Daily
Scariest Horror Books of 2019 – Grit Daily
Celebrate Halloween with These Macabre and Progressive Books –Medium.com
7 New Horror Books That will Actually Scare You – BuzzFeed Community
Readers’ Favorite 5-Star Book
Ranked the #1 Most Popular Spooky Fiction Book on Goodreads (as of Oct 15, 2019)
Could you learn to get along with a complete stranger – or even your worst enemy – to save your life?
A sinkhole swallows a girl in Michigan. Fire shoots into the sky in Pennsylvania. Deer attacks leave people hospitalized in West Virginia. And this is all just the beginning of a catastrophic series of global events that will make you question everything you think you know about the planet, nature, and humanity.
From an award-winning, Amazon #1 best-selling author comes this harrowing tale of a world gone mad. Can anyone survive when Mother Nature unleashes her bad side?
Welcome to Cabin Green, where the setting is familiar, but the story is completely unexpected.
“A spectacular read…absolutely gripping. I couldn’t force myself to put it down.” – The Horror Report.
#1 Amazon Best-Seller in Ghosts, Gothic, U.S. Horror, & LGBT Horror.
PopSugar’s Most Chilling Horror Books of 2018.
Inquisitr’s Best Horror Books of 2018.
Ranker’s 2018’s Scariest Horror Books.
BoredPanda’s 7 Books That Scared Me Half to Death.
“Takes [the] standard genre template & turns it upside-down…with a literary approach that combines modern & mid-twentieth century techniques.” – The Inquisitr.
“A haunting tale.” – PopSugar.
Going to Cabin Green alone after the death of his fiancée was Ben’s first mistake. His second mistake was tempting fate by saying, “There’s no such thing as an evil building.” Now he’s caught in a nightmare of his own making deep in the woods of Northern Michigan. Even worse, a family history of mental illness makes it impossible for him to know if the ghosts haunting the cabin are real or all in his head.
This modern Gothic horror story takes the reader directly into Ben’s hellish experience. Is he crazy? Is a ghost haunting him? The only way to find out is to make it to the end of this deep, dark thrill ride that’s filled with more twists than a roller coaster.
More than 5,000 readers have checked in to Cabin Green. Don’t miss your reservation for this unique Gothic nightmare.
TOP VOTE GETTER: Best Horror/Suspense Category – The Kindle Book Review Reader’s Choice Awards 2018.
RUNNER-UP: Best Overall Book of 2018 – The Kindle Book Review Reader’s Choice Awards
“Corvo Hollows is an edge of your seat thriller that grabs hold with the first line and doesn’t let go until after the last page is turned. A must read!” – Reedsy Discovery
It begins with a deceptive cry for help. Before it ends, a quiet Detroit suburb’s illusion of safety will be shattered forever. Inspired by real-life events.
Anna’s world is turned upside down after a mysterious couple tries to gain access to her apartment. Soon, she begins seeing them everywhere. At the same time, a series of loud banging noises keeps emanating from the apartment behind hers. Are these incidents just a coincidence? Or do they have something to do with the gruesome serial murders that begin to plague her town?
Anna will need to piece the clues together despite many obstacles, including the disbelief of the FBI and her friends. Making things even more complicated is her daily struggle with fibromyalgia, along with a secret past that threatens to completely destroy her credibility. Is she on the right track or is the entire thing a figment of her overactive imagination?