Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Extreme Horror Author David L. Tamarin Releases Two New Books Filled With Brutality, Violence And Black Humor


   NEWS UPDATE! Extreme horror author David L. Tamarin is kicking off 2015 with the release of two new books: This Book Hates You, a dark short story collection, and Hurting My Toys: Spiritual Suicide, a nihilistic horror novel.

   This Book Hates You is an extreme collection of brutality, violence and black humor, including a story that was originally banned by Amazon Kindle. Hurting My Toys: Spiritual Suicide follows a schizophrenic torturer who believes he will become God after he has killed enough people. Its cover is illustrated by Andrey Iskanov, director of the controversial Philosophy of a Knife.

  Quote from Mr. Tamarin... 
      "The stories in 'This Book Hates You' were written over a period of ten years and represent my best, most brutal writing during that time. 'Hurting My Toys' is an act of war waged by the writer against his readers. It is a traumatic, shocking festival of cruelty and tortured innocence."

    Mr. Tamarin's tales of bloodshed, torture and mutilation are already making waves in the underground horror world. Fellow hardcore horror writer Randy Chandler (Bad Juju) raves... 

   "David L. Tamarin blurs the line between horror fiction and real-life horror. Enter his twisted world at your own risk. Once there, you may wonder if you're in the presence of a truly diabolical mind."

    THIS BOOK HATES YOU is now available in paperback and e-book through Radiation Sickness Press from:

    HURTING MY TOYS: SPIRITUAL SUICIDE is available as an e-book via Comet Press from:

About the Author
     David L. Tamarin currently lives in Massachusetts. He has been widely published in magazines, websites, anthologies, and more. He denies any involvement in ritual cult murder. In addition to writing he makes and collects snuff movies. He is the author of the e-book, “Let Them Eat Snuff” from the now defunct Meat Hook Press, and the forthcoming novel “Hurting My Toys” from Comet Press. 

      His influences include the Marquis de Sade, Jim Thompson, James Ellroy, Peter Sotos, Gerald Schaeffer, the great Richard Laymon, Bentley Little, Thomas Ligotti, Antonin Artaud, publisher Adam Parafrey, Ian Brady, Mike Philbin, Franz Kafka, Philip K Dick, J G Ballard, William S Burroughs, Jean-Paul Sartre, Frederich Nietzsche, Bishop Berkeley, Richard Dawkins Albert Camus, and most importantly, the great Dostoevsky.

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