A whole bunch of FREE horror titles!

To celebrate the closing of the first arc of THE CIRCLE series, I asked a bunch of fantastic authors to share the horror titles they have available on Instafreebie.

Below you’ll find short stories, novellas, excerpts and full blown novels – all for FREE!

So, without further ado, here we go:

The Knowledge
Lee Isserow

Mystical espionage agency vs. Lovecraftian horrors
in a supernatural thriller that just doesn't let up!
Purgatory of the Werewolf
Brian S Ference

What’s worse than realizing you’re a werewolf?
Being chased by a monster hunter with a demon eye.
Only the Dead Don't Die
A.D. Popovich

With hope as her last weapon of defense,
Scarlett must learn how to survive in a creeper-infested world
without sacrificing her own humanity!
The Muse of Love and Pain
A.X. Salvo

This debut introduces readers to A.X. Salvo's
strange collection of the most delicious elements
of fantasy, horror, and romance.
Unreal Encounters
Milo James Fowler

Horror, humor, and science fiction collide
in this collection of weird tales about possible futures,
warped present-day realities, and alternate history.
Perrin Briar

A father has 8 hours to get
his infected daughter to the cure or lose her forever.
Lindsey Williams

Waking one day to find herself trapped
in an impossible nightmare, Jess Richards struggles
to stay sane in a hellish new chapter of her life
- Motherhood.
Hekate's Chalice
Teagan Kearney

When someone steals Hekate’s chalice,
JB and his maverick team are eager to take the case.
But with wizards, witches, and demons to outsmart,
can they meet the deadline?
Crescendo! An Austerley & Kirkgordon Adventure
G R Jordan

From America to Russia and across the British Isles,
two broken misfits try to pull the world back from
a cosmic disaster while keeping at bay
their reciprocal loathing.
JK Neve

Ava can't sleep.
If I want to stay alive, neither should I.
Vampire Spirit
Gabriel Beyers

In the world of the undead,
friends and enemies are not so easy to discern,
and there are worse things stalking the night
than ghosts and vampires...
Kirsten McKenzie

If art can capture a

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