“Where Nightmares Begin is an excellent collection of harrowing and terrifying tales that clearly show Rolfe knows horror! A MUST read for any horror fan!” —David Bernstein, author of Goblins and Witch Island
“A major new talent rises from the Maine woods….Rolfe is the real deal. Small town horror is back, with a vengeance!” – Nate Kenyon, award-winning author of Day One and Sparrow Rock
“….literary horror at its best, so lyrical I expected it to burst into poetry.” – Mallory Heart Reviews on Abram’s Bridge
“I’m tremendously impressed wit this writer’s talent and diversity.”- Horror News on Boom Town
“Downright gorgeous in its balance of drama and horror.” – Beneath the Underground on Things We Fear
You can now purchase novella collection, WHERE NIGHTMARES BEGIN. This features my eBook only novellas– Abram’s Bridge, Boom Town, and Things We Fear.
For those of you that already have the first two novellas, THINGS WE FEAR is also avaialble as a single eBook novella.
Check it out and enter the Good Reads contest above for your opportunity to nab a free autographed copy of WHERE NIGHTMARES BEGIN.
Be sure to follow the Things We Fear/ Where Nightmares Begin Blog Tour. Click the picture below for dates and link featuring interviews, guest articles, and reviews. Courtesy of Oh For the Hook of a Book Media and Publicity
And if you’re just discovering me , check out my previous titles, available in Print, eBook, and Audio (Slush):
“With slashing claws and blood-soaked fur, Glenn Rolfe’s novel will have you howling in terror and delight. A welcome addition to the werewolf mythos and proof that we’re in the presence of a rising star in the genre. Highly recommended!”–Ronald Malfi, author of December Park and Little Girl
“…this collection is essential reading for any horror fan. Rolfe crafts a mesmerising and realistic set of tales that will haunt, scare, buoy you with joy, and take you back to a simpler time when life was yet to kick you in the balls. Not so much slush as lush, a fictional, twisted trip down memory lane. Essential.” – Stuart Keane, author of 89 and Grin