Fred Wiehe teaches Creative Writing to children of all ages and adults. He is also a professional, bestselling writer and a member of the Horror Writers Association. However, his novels, books, short stories, and screenplays crossover genres into urban fantasy, science fiction, supernatural thrillers, paranormal suspense, and more. He writes for both adults and young adults. Strange Days—a supernatural crime thriller—was called “a creepy, hair-raising, chill bumping read” and “a winner in its genre” by Midwest Book Review. His other books include the science fiction novel Starkville, the horror/suspense novel Night Songs, and the dark fantasy novel The Burning. His short story Trick or Treat; It’s the Puppet People was published in the 2007 Halloween edition of Sinister Tales Magazine, and his short story Trick or Troll was published in the 2008 Halloween edition of ShadeWorks. Both stories are included in the anthology Holiday Madness published by Black Bed Sheet Books. Recently his novel Fright House, about an insane asylum turned Halloween attraction, gained enormous critical acclaim. “Creepy and highly entertaining,” says Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of THE NIGHTSIDERS and ROT & RUIN. He and his family reside in California’s Bay Area as he continues to release new and amazing works, and watch for more to come right here at Black Bed Sheet Books.
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“With Aleric: Monster Hunter, Fred Wiehe breathes dangerous new life into urban fantasy. With a lightning-fast pace, dangerous twists and action that will leave you breathless! Disturbingly entertaining!” –Jonathan Maberry, New York Times best selling author of DUST & DECAY and DEAD OF NIGHT
“Fred Wiehe’s latest novel Aleric: Monster Hunter is an ambitious book that ties fast paced action into well-researched gypsy custom.” –Read Horror
If penned by a less competent author, Aleric: Monster Hunter could have wound up “over the top” because it crosses into so many different types of monsters. In lesser hands, the book could have come across as “trying too hard.” But Fred Wiehe delivers a smooth, believable account of a troubled man on a mission. Wiehe’s Aleric is a convincing character, and the types of monsters that Aleric seeks makes us glad to be a voyeur of his adventures. Aleric: Monster Hunter is one thrill-ride of a monster mash.” —Jeani Rector, The Horror Zine
On HOLIDAY MADNESS:
“Ghouls and Santa, Ghosts and Aliens—a stocking full of bloody holiday stories hung with care. Scrooges of all ages will shriek with delight!”—Del Howison, author, editor, part-time actor, and owner of Dark Delicacies Bookstore in Burbank, CA
“[Holiday Madness is] a chilling collection of madness and despair that will turn your insides out.”—Lee Pletzers, author of over 40 short stories and editor of four anthologies.
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