Tuesday, July 2, 2013


Available today!


My FREE short story The Girl from the Blood Coven is now available for multiple e-readers. You can download it now at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Samhain Horror.


“Don’t go down to the woods today or you will be in for a terrifying experience. In The Girl from the Blood Coven, Brian Moreland writes with one eye on characterization and the other on scaring the life out of you.”
—Maynard Sims, author of Stronghold and The Eighth Witch  
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The Girl from the Blood Coven is a short story prelude to The Witching House. It’s the year 1972. Sheriff Travis Keagan is enjoying a beer at the local roadhouse, when a blood-soaked girl enters the bar. Terrified and trembling, Abigail Blackwood claims her entire family was massacred at the hippy commune in the woods. Sheriff Keagan knows that Abigail’s “family” is a coven of witches that inhabit the Blevins house. They’ve been rumored to be practicing blood sacrifices and black magic. When the sheriff and his deputies investigate the alleged murders, they discover what happened at the Blevins house is more horrific than they ever imagined.
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“Moreland’s prose is as strong it’s ever been here, breathing life into memorable characters and assembling a disastrous wall that’s sure to come crumbling down in the pages of The Witching House.

—Matt Molgaard, Horror Novel Reviews

http://horrornovelreviews.com/2013/05/06/brian-moreland-the-girl-from-the-blood-coven-review/


"Fair warning for those reading The Girl from the Blood Coven. Be ready to immediately download The Witching House to find out what happens next."

—Russell James, author of Sacrifice and Black Magic

 Coming Tuesday, August 6th




On August 6th, my novella The Witching House goes on sale. You can purchase it at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Samhain Horror.


"Witchcraft, sacrifices, an abandoned house and a thing that has hungered for decades set the stage for this must-read expedition to The Witching House. The best advice anyone could offer a visitor is: Don’t go in the attic, don’t go in the bedrooms, but don’t, under any circumstances, go in the basement. You won’t come out the same...if you come out at all."

John Everson, author of NightWhere and Violet Eyes

"The Witching House represents Brian Moreland at his frantic, bloody best. He takes a clutch of highly-sexed characters and their dark secrets, plunges them into a historical house of horrors, and gleefully throws away the key as all hell breaks loose!" 

—Frazer Lee, author of The Lamplighters and The Lucifer Glass
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Some houses should be left alone.

In 1972, twenty-five people were brutally murdered in one of the bloodiest massacres in Texas history. The mystery of who committed the killings remains unsolved.

Forty years later, Sarah Donovan is dating an exciting man, Dean Stratton. Sarah’s scared of just about everything—heights, tight places, the dark—but today she must confront all her fears, as she joins Dean and another couple on an exploring adventure. The old abandoned Blevins House, the scene of the gruesome massacre, is rumored to be haunted.

The two couples are about to discover the mysterious house has been waiting all these years, craving fresh prey. And down in the cellar they will encounter a monstrous creature that hungers for more than just human flesh.
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The Witching House starts with fear, moves into terror and ends with a horrific explosion of sensory delights.”
—Maynard Sims, author of Stronghold and The Eighth Witch  

"Brian Moreland writes a blend of survival horror and occult mystery that I find impossible to resist.  His writing is clean, precise, and, best of all, compulsively readable.  I know, when I've got one of his books in my hands, that I'm going to be lost to the world for hours on end.  He's just that good."

Joe McKinney, author of Dead City and Flesh Eaters
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Download The Girl from the Blood Coven at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Samhain Horror.

Pre-order The Witching House at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Samhain Horror.

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