In brief (scroll down for more): Feind is a metal loving, horror freak turned horror writer. Feind spent nearly 40 years devouring heavy metal, horror books & movies before ever laying a single word on the page. All of that plus a whole lot more makes his writing what it is today. It's amazing what selling your soul to Satan can do for you! Pleasant nightmares!
Feind's Publishing History (thus far)
Published Work Short Stories / Novelettes Hell Awaits - A demon makes a man a silent witness to unimaginable atrocities Appears in Kill For A Copy published by Dark Chapter Press
Vacuity - A deep dive into the mind of a psychotic schizophrenic in terrifying and bloody fashion Appears in Vacuity and Other Tales published by Tell-Tale Publishing
Doomed - 100 word drabble - An apocalyptic scenario in 100 words! Appears in 100 Word Horrors Part 2 from Kevin J Kennedy Publishing
Horror Addiction: Is There A Cure? - humorous horror essay written for The Next Great Horror Writer Contest Appears in Horror Bites: #NGHW Editor's Picks from HorrorAddicts.net
Death Revenge - flash fiction - A man goes fishing after murdering his wife Appears in Flash Fiction Addiction by Zombie Pirate Publishing
Perfect Woman - short story - A prostitute learns that some tricks have some tricks up their sleeve Appears in Blood From A Tombstone which is also Feind's first editing credit!
In Our Blood - flash fiction - A gold digger learns a terrible family secret in the graveyard Appears in Deep Fried Horror: Special March Edition of Deadman's Tome ezine March 2019 Edition (also available in paperback edition)
Everything Dies - short story - A writer decides to pull a prank on his nosy old neighbor then learns that witches aren't known for their sense of humor! - Released June 2019The Devil's Hourfrom Hellbound Books Publishing
The Forgiven Ghost In Me - short story - Brett Rowland wakes trapped inside a box and that's as good as his day will get. Someone has gone to great lengths to get revenge but for what? What did Brett Rowland do to deserve such a horrible fate? Released June 2019 in Dig Two Graves (a revenge anthology) from Death's Head Press
Our Rage Won't Die - short story - A serial child murderer and pedophile learns the error of his ways... for eternity! Released June 2019 in Full Metal Horror 2: Bloodstained Edition from Zombie Pirate Publishing
Kairos Chamber- short story- A young couple's date goes horribly wrong when they pull into The Drive-In of the Damned! Released November 2019 Tenebrous Tales from Stitched Smile Publications
Novellas Essence Asunder - A man is introduced to Pain and Misery in a torture chamber with no escape or is there? Published by Hellbound Books Available forKindleor inPaperback
Other Writing Feind previously ran the website Thy Demons Be Scribblin where he acted as writer, editor and all around webmaster. Feind has been a contributing writer at many websites including Doomantia, Dark Chapter Press, Machine Mean and most currently for House of Stitched: The Magazine
All Published Titles can be found on Feind's Amazon Page or by clicking on your preferred book cover below!
Last but certainly not least... Debut Novel Piece It All Back Together - Private Investigator Jamie Windstein gets more mystery than she can handle when millionaire, Thomas Combs, asks her to find his missing childhood friend, Jimmy. Soon after Jamie begins receiving cryptic messages carved into body parts. Will Jamie's secret serial killing nightlife be exposed? What happened at the Mormont Home For Children all those years ago? And just who is Jimmy? Jamie is willing to kill her way to the truth while the gruesome discoveries mount to mind-blowing proportions if only Jamie can... Piece It All Back Together.
A Little More...
So you have the basics but want to know a little more? Nosy little fucker aren't ya? I'm just kidding, you should know now that I'm a sarcastic bastard so if you offend easily... you're in the wrong place! Now I'm no "spring chicken" as those older than me would say but I like to think you're only as old as you feel so depending on the day my body may tell me I'm 111 or 25, it's an exciting game we play every morning when I get out of bed. Mentally I'm probably somewhere around 15 years old plus or minus a week, I don't know, but it's somewhere in that ballpark. I am a lifelong metalhead. While others my age were listening to The Police or Genesis (in the late 70s/early 80s) I was already getting firmly attached to AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Ozzy and Iron Maiden, among others. I have only gotten into more extreme music as I've gotten older and I see no signs of that slowing down. Why does that matter you may be asking? Well, it's because everything I write or will ever write is inspired by the music I hold so dear. Every story I write shares a title with the song or album that inspired it. It's my little way of paying homage to the music that has given so much to me. My stories are littered with little nods to heavy music and the artists who create it though if I told you none of this you would likely never know and that's the way I like it. Then there is the horror fan in me that festered and fermented for decades before I began writing. I freely admit that my first feeling of terror was The Wicked Witch of the West in Wizard of Oz. When I was very little I would hide every time she was on screen which, of course, my two older sisters delighted in both making fun of me for and tormenting me with. The next bane of my existence was The Amityville Horror, the 1979 version, which scared the living daylights out of me until I forced myself to watch it, mainly so that my oldest sister could no longer torment me with it. I was maybe 8 or 9 years old at the time. Soon after I saw Phantasm, a movie I still love, and then another and another until I couldn't get enough. I love horror though the problem with having seen and read so much is that pretty much nothing can scare me anymore. The last time I remember actually being scared by a movie was the original Nightmare On Elm Street, specifically the scene when Nancy falls asleep in class and follows a bloody body bag to the basement. Now when I see a good kill or a really well done creepy scene I smile or even laugh, that's how much I love it. I didn't begin writing until I was nearly 40 so all those years of metal and horror movies and the thousands of books (of all genres) I've read are the inspiration behind what I write. The way I write and how I write is not going to be for everyone, I know this and I don't care. While I do not shun success, commercial success I'm talking about, I don't actively seek it out. If it happens, it happens and it is mostly beyond my control. I write horror as a horror fan for horror fans. If you're a horror fan I hope you enjoy what I do. If not that's okay. So I hope you enjoy the stories I've written, the ones coming you haven't seen yet and those that are yet to be set down on the page. I will do my best to entertain you here and with everything that I'm lucky enough to have published.
Please enjoy and remember the nightmares are always free!