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About Sebastian Bendix
Sebastian Bendix is a Los Angeles based writer and musician, as well as founder of horror film series, Friday Night Frights. He attended school at Emerson College for creative writing and spent his formative years in Boston playing in popular local band The Ghost of Tony Gold. Upon moving to LA he transitioned back to writing, contributing articles for the entertainment site CHUD.com and the print publication Mean Magazine. Stepping into the world of horror fiction, Bendix has found success both online and in print with numerous stories published in genre imprints and noted podcast The Wicked Library. Bendix self-published his first horror/fantasy novel The Patchwork Girl in 2013, and his second novel, The Stronghold, is a ripped-from-the-headlines thriller that has been published and is available as an eBook and in print. Also an avid film lover, Bendix has contributed to a sci fi anthology called Portals that will be out in October 2019.
Books By Sebastian Bendix
contains the power to bring their loved ones back from the brink.
In Secret Ingredient, revenge is a dish best served with... apple pie.
In Nyotaimori, a young, attractive sushi model responds to be
the display at an event that turns out to be more than a little fishy,
& in We All Scream, your friendly ice cream man delivers two
scoops of terror.
Editors Alder Strauss & Hydra M. Star serve to you, the reader, the tantalizing talents of eighteen manifestations of mouthwatering macabre paired with rousing recipes and succulent supplementaries; including history, film, and more.
Featuring: Tracy A. Cross, Charles Tillerman, Elizabeth Zemlicka, Matthew Gillies, Spinster Essie, Stephen Clements, Ken Goldman, Nathan Robinson, K.M. Campbell, Cody Grady, Sebastian Bendix, Leo X. Robertson, David Owain Hughes, Timothy McGivney, Kane Gordon, Todd Sullivan, Mike Mayak, Edward Ahern, Rose Garnett, Jaap Bolkestein, Brandy Delight, Stanley B. Webb, D. Norfolk, Thomas Gunther.
Tasked with the job of going through the old theater's archives before the building is demolished, Muriel doesn't hold out much hope of unearthing anything rare, but what she finds is a treasure trove out long-thought-lost films. Acting on instinct, and against her better judgement, she threads up the old movie projector and inadvertently awakens the magic of the old Nick. She's swept away in a passionate romance, dodges bullets with an infamous gangster, but nothing could prepare her for the horror the theater unleashes with Shriek of the Harpy, and soon she's in a fight for her very life as she tries to escape the one place she considered to be a safe haven.
GO GENTLE by Julie Barnson: After the death of her boyfriend, a young musician uses her talents and a fabled violin to stop the fatal accidents at a dead man’s curve.
DEAD WATER by Amanda Banker: A stalled truck, an abandoned graveyard, and a town not found on any map take two brothers on a detour they’ll never forget.
COLD SPOT by Jay Barnson: When a laptop is stolen from their computer security company, two high school buddies go to extremes to investigate. But, will they manage to return?
THE WEEPING LADY by A. F. Stewart: Eva Douglas must face her mother issues, past and present, when the disappearance of her sister forces a confrontation with a terrifying ghost.
THE POLTERGEIST AND AUNT BETTY by Ginger C. Mann: Aunt Betty is eccentric, but how much is ghost, how much is medication, and how much is just plain crazy?
THE ‘GRIM’ REAPER by L. K. McIntosh: When a soul reaper loses the source of their power,
they must either find the witch who stole it or a new purpose for living.
SHRINE OF MIRRORS by F. M. Longo: A spy on a mission becomes a believer in the supernatural when the theft of three ancient relics threaten to bring down the empire.
DEAD MAN HOCKING by T.N. Payne: A world-weary zombie learns to beware what you wish for, and not all sure bets are worth the gamble.
ST. PETER’S FISH by Alex McGilvery: Sam is a walking disaster of biblical proportions, but how much is he willing to sacrifice to escape, and will the Powers That Be allow it?
THE DIORAMA by Sebastian Bendix: A play set turns life around for Martin Taper, but things take a turn for the worse when he neglects it and the lonely child obsessed with it.
DATE DUE by Danielle E. Shipley: A magic library’s guardian determines to protect her treasured books, whether their authors elect to do things the easy way . . . or the fatal one.