Writer of Horror Fiction

About Me


Hello and thanks for visiting my blog.  My name is Patrick D’Orazio and I amBeyond The Dark an author who writes speculative fiction, particularly in the horror genre.  I enjoy writing Apocalyptic fiction, science fiction, and fantasy.  I have written short stories that have been or will be released by several different smaller publishing houses, including the Twisted Library Press, Knight Watch Press, Pill Hill, Bizarro Press , Evil Girlfriend Media, Rooster Republic Press, Wicked East, NorGus, Twinstar Media, Static Movement, Collaboration of the Dead, and May December.  My intention is to continue creating new stories with new ideas involving horror, fantasy, and science fiction elements. Some of the releases that have come out thus far appear in: Letters from the Dead,  The Zombist, Dark Dispatches, Read The End First, Zombie: The Other Fright Meat, Before Plan 9: Plans 1-8 From Outer Space, Live and Let Undead, Houdini Gut Punch, Zombiality, Daily Bites of Flesh 2011, Roms Bombs and Zoms, Doomology, Zombies Gone Wild, Collabthology, Look What I Found, Zombidays, No More HeroesSoul Survivors Hometown Tales: Volume 1, Tall Tales and Short Cocks Volume 2, Tall Tales and Short Cocks  Volume 3, Zombies Galore, At Hell’s Gates: Bound By Blood, The Will To Survive and Eye Witness: Zombie.    romsbombszombsCheck the cover artwork out here as well as in my Biography section, where there is a description of what each anthology is about.

Zombies Galore

My zombie apocalypse trilogy, known as The Dark Trilogy, was originally released by The Library of the Living Dead Press, and is made up of Comes The Dark, Into The Dark, and Beyond The Dark.  It was re-released, with the addition of my “Dark Stories”, which are short stories tied into the books (both old and new ones) in 2013 by Permuted Press.   The cover of the original version and the new version can be found among the covers you see here, side by side.  You can click on each cover (novels or short stories) and head over to purchase any of these books over at Amazon.    The Will to Survive

On a more personal note, I was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri.  I attended Catholic schools until I went to the University of Missouri in Columbia whereNomoreheroes cover I received both Psychology and advanced Business degrees.  I relocated to Cincinnati in the mid-nineties where I met my beautiful wife, Michele.  We are raising two great kids, Alexandra and Zachary.  I am employed by a company in the communications industry.

I have always had a fascination with horror, science fiction, and fantasy both in print and in movies, although I try to expand my experiences beyond those genres whenever I can, with the hope that it will impact my writing and allow me to continue to improve and come up with new and different ideas that canAHG3-COVER translate to the written page.tall tales with short cocks vol 3

My objective with creating this blog is simply to give me a chance to let you know a little bit about me and the stories I have created.  I also hope to help promote some of the other authors out there who have been kind enough to help me out as I have started my journey as a writer.  So my hope is that I will be able to promote some of their works as well as my own here.  If I can make anyone who reads this blog curious enough to go check out some of my friend’s books, I will consider it a success.

Thanks for taking the time to read some of my posts here.  I appreciate you stopping by.

54 responses

  1. Pat,

    Best of luck to you. I wish for your great success.


    February 25, 2010 at 10:36 am

  2. Amy

    Great blog, Pat! Can’t wait to buy a copy of your first book.

    April 18, 2010 at 11:37 pm

  3. Michele

    I am so proud of you! I love you with all my heart and soul. You are one amazing husband. >3

    April 25, 2010 at 8:59 pm

  4. Stephen North

    It is hard to believe that this is Pat’s first novel. I am lucky enough to have read the whole thing already and it held me in thrall to the end. A great read!

    July 6, 2010 at 9:02 pm

  5. Jenni

    Michele told me about the book and I can’t wait to buy it. This is my favorite type of book. I have everything Stephen King every wrote. Good Luck

    July 15, 2010 at 1:43 pm

    • Jenni,

      Thanks! I have read most of King myself. I would have to say that he is part of my inspiration, as far as writers are concerned. I would also love to have one tenth of one percent of his success, too. 😉

      July 15, 2010 at 1:48 pm

  6. Hey Patrick,

    Thanks for the book review. I really appreciate it. While I’m at it, you should check out:
    Dark Silo Press is doing a horror anthology, and from what I can read on your site, your writing is perfect. You should submit some of your work…


    August 12, 2010 at 1:31 pm

    • Thanks Brian! I will have to check it out. I think my motto lately has been: So many anthologies, so little time. But I always want to try and expand to new publishers whenever possible-whether my stuff gets accepted or not, it’s always great to give it a shot.

      August 12, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    • Brian,

      I looked at the link and actually, I think I have a story that might fit perfectly with that I have been sitting on, waiting for the right place to submit to. So I might actually be shipping something over very soon! Thanks again for the heads up!

      August 12, 2010 at 6:21 pm

  7. Tony Monchinski

    Just ordered my copy of Comes the Dark. Will try and have it read by Horror Realm!

    September 4, 2010 at 7:13 pm

  8. I was at the zombie walk last weekend and I am so happy I met u I started reading comes the dark that you sighned for me (btw my friends are so jealous of me) and I got hooked to it if you could notify me about all the books you or Benjamin made that would be awsome my email is: gagedamewood@yahoo.com, THANKS FOR THE AWSOME BOOK!!!!!!!

    October 21, 2010 at 8:04 pm

  9. I have a question and I’m hoping for an answer. Could you give me some pointers on how you do such an amazing job at writing books? See I’m a big zombie reader/ writer and I know almost everything about thm thanks to you and max Brooks buti constantly get discouraged becaue I’ll never be taken serious if I go to a publisher and ask him about it so if you could u would be my favorite author. You are already are but… You get my point 🙂

    October 21, 2010 at 8:17 pm

    • Gage,

      Thanks for your flattering comments!

      Let me address your last post first. The best thing to do to keep up with Ben Rogers and I is to go to our blogs-you have already done so for me, here, and you can check out Ben’s as well through the Blog listing on the right side of my website here-it lists the websites of a lot of great authors who write zombie and other horror novels. That will keep you updated on what we write-whether it be novels or short stories. My biography page here will list all the different books I am in and I will keep it updated on a regular basis. You can friend us on facebook as well-happy to have you there. I post mainly updates on my writing there. I am on twitter too. My name there is ‘sloggoth’.

      To answer your other question, about writing, the best thing to do is to get involved with the message boards for different publishers that accept these types of stories. Look at writing a few short stories here and there, and if you have a novel in mind, go for it. The best thing to do is to get in contact with other writers on those boards, read about what they are doing, offer your own posts, and get some folks to check out what you’ve written. Submit some stories to different short story anthologies that are calling for submissions and accept the fact that you will get rejected, a lot. That is a part of the writing game. Be creative, keep trying, and be very open to criticism. Anyone who tells you that everything you have written is awesome is not doing you any favors-the people who tell you what you need to do to improve are the ones doing you the favors. We ALL are a work in progress. Check out the forums at http://www.permutedpress.com and http://www.thelibraryofthelivingdead.com and introduce yourself as a fan and budding writer. Trust me, the folks there always love to meet new folks who love the genre and want to create new stuff. And also, don’t be afraid to write about different stuff-horror, sci fi, fantasy, adventure, drama, or whatever inspires you. Expanding your horizons is always a good idea. Since you gave me your email address I will post all of this in an email and send it off to you as well, in case you don’t read it here. 🙂

      October 21, 2010 at 9:52 pm

  10. Kyle Clark

    I’ve never read any of your books but my friend Gage Damewood told me their awesome.

    October 22, 2010 at 11:08 am

    • Well thank Gage for me, Kyle! If you like zombies, then my book may be right up your alley. Comes The Dark is my first novel and the second one (the sequel) comes out in late November or early December. It is entitled Into The Dark. I hope you get the chance to check them both out! Thanks for posting here, I really appreciate it!

      October 22, 2010 at 2:27 pm

  11. ty

    ur books r pwnage

    November 26, 2010 at 12:34 pm

  12. tythetank


    November 26, 2010 at 12:36 pm

  13. Chet

    Finished “Comes the Dark” last night at 2:00 AM. I enjoyed it alot. A real page turner. A convincing arguement to keep the gas tank full, have a few supplies on hand, and a good solid baseball bat at all times. Can’t wait to find out what happens next.

    November 27, 2010 at 8:42 am

  14. R. A. Meeks

    Hi, Patrick.

    Don’t get me wrong: I’ve written my fair share of bad reviews of books (see my Amazon comments on a book called “Hell Raisers: The Life and Inebriated Times of Richard Burton…” if interested).

    There’s always room for legitimate criticism of why something works or doesn’t. If someone doesn’t care about the writing, or if someone is a hack (I guess that may be redundant) it shows. One of your reviewers used the word “raw” to describe their response to your work. Focus on comments like that to keep you motivated and heading in the right direction.

    I passed on that definition of a critic to you simply to say that there are so many people who don’t know what goes into writing, that often their “reviews” are flippant and facile. The only negative criticism that you should pay attention to is that which makes your writer stronger. Period. Rest assured, when someone write that “this is the most boring book I’ve ever read” it almost always means that the book is not the problem. :o)

    I see by the reviews of your first book that you in what Stephen King calls the right range. If, out of ten reviews, two people loathed it, two thought it the best thing written since Dracula, and the rest fall somewhere in between, you’re doing really well. Most of the Amazon reviews of your first book were quite good.

    r. a.

    January 27, 2011 at 3:18 pm

    • I appreciate the encouraging words. I have a tendency to look at every review I get and do my little OCD dance, which is to say that I start over analyzing everything, heh. I know I have a lot of work to do as I continue to write so that I improve and keep on improving, and I can’t let every minor criticism stand in the way of believing in what I am writing. Still, I try to use as much of it as an incentive to keep moving forward!

      Thanks again, R.A.!

      January 27, 2011 at 3:46 pm

      • ra

        My pleasure.

        Just remember also that you are published, people are discussing your work. John Steinbeck said that playing the ponies was a more sensible way to earn a living than trying to write, so never discount or apologize for what you’ve accomplished as a writer.

        While I’m waiting for your book (it’s on its way to me as I type!), I began reading “Patient Zero” by Jonathan Maberry. So far, so good: Well paced, interesting characters, nice mix of Terrorists Gone Wild combined with James Bondesque villains and traditional zombie themes. Plus, the author seems to know his weapons, which is always nice.

        Have you read it?


        January 31, 2011 at 3:17 pm

      • I have read that-I got it just as it was released via the Amazon Vines program and really enjoyed it. I had the chance to meet Mr. Mayberry at a convention in September and he is a great guy. I think he is already on the third or fourth book in the Joe Ledger series now. He does martial arts training for the police and I believe he is involved in other aspects of training with the police, so he has a definite angle when he writes his stories that come from experience. I also think he had a near miss with getting a TV show based on this particular character on ABC last year. So he has a lot going on right now.

        January 31, 2011 at 4:24 pm

  15. ra

    Greetings, Patrick

    I hope the Amazon review helps. I really enjoyed the first installment and look forward to the next two. You have a gift for description as well as creating a nearly palpable fear in the reader, or at least this reader. The issues with the first book that some have commented on are just matters of technique, and I think you’re well on the way to working your way through them.

    For what it’s worth, and while I admire your comments to those who haven’t liked your book, I do think you shouldn’t give some of them the time of day. I understand why you respond but you’re a writer, and a good on, and apologizing to some of those fools just gives them a platform that they probably desperately need in their wretched little lives.

    I’m not referring to those whose criticisms were well meant and constructive. That’s really smart on your part to engage them in a conversation about why something did or did not work.

    If I can assist in any way with editing or textual issues, please don’t hesitate to contact me at the email provided.


    February 17, 2011 at 3:56 pm

  16. ra

    Needless to say, the offer of editorial help shouldn’t be down-graded because I wrote “and a good on” when I meant “and a good one”. :o)

    February 17, 2011 at 3:58 pm

  17. LOL…no problem on the correction, RA. We all editorialize ourselves…especially us writers!

    I know you are right about responding to some of those reviews, and the advice has been repeated several times by many different folks. It is my obsessive compulsive personality rearing its ugly head. I have taken a “kill them with kindness” approach and probably should just leave it be…and as time goes on, I suspect I will have to do just that.

    I actually have hooked up with a great editor recently, who has helped me tremendously with my short stories. She has been looking over my trilogy, and we are re-releasing the first two books with the new edits (with no fanfare, just replacing the old versions) in March, when the third book is released.

    With that said, I am a firm believer in the fact that you can never have enough people offering up honest, constructive criticism about your writing. So I might take you up on that. I just wrote a short story for a sub call called “zombies around the world”. You pick a country and write about their culture with the zombie apocalypse (or anything zombie related) as the backdrop. If you want to take a look at it, let me know. It is just a rough draft, so it needs plenty of eyes on it to tell me how off base went. 😉



    February 17, 2011 at 4:53 pm

  18. Roman

    Hi Patrick,

    I’m really looking forward to reading both parts 1 and 2 of the Dark Trilogy (and ultimately 3 whenever it comes out). Judging from your comments on Amazon, there will be a re-edited version of both parts, that will also be available on Kindle, some time in March. Do you have a more definite date?


    March 18, 2011 at 2:26 pm

    • Heya!

      I will give you the most up to the minute information that I have. My understanding is that the smashword versions of Comes the Dark and Beyond the Dark are the revised and edited updates of the books. The paperback version has not been updated as of yet. The third book will be released in paperback sometime soon, but my publisher has been trying to deal with countless other projects, so we are a bit bogged down and my guess is that April is more realistic for that.
      In addition to this, there will be a Kindle version of the entire trilogy that will be released to roughly coincide with the release of the third book. It will have all the updated and edited versions of the trilogy plus another full book of the Dark stories that I have posted here on my blog. There will also be a smashwords release of the entire trilogy as well.

      Hopefully, all of this will be occurring in April, but I will actually be seeing my publisher at the Horror Hound convention in Indianapolis the last weekend of this month, and I hope to have more details at that time. Our original goal was to have the third book and all of these other updates, including the Kindle version, completed by this time, but again, my publisher has run into some snags with numerous other projects that have delayed the releases. I will try to post here on my blog after my weekend at Horror Hound with further updates.

      I hope this helps!


      March 18, 2011 at 2:36 pm

  19. Pat Ryan

    Patrick, I am an aspiring writer and ready to self-publish 28 short stories and short verses in the horror/thriller genre. None are Zombie related, so I am not a competitor, although I thoroughly enjoyed Comes The Dark and i am now reading Into The Dark. I enjoy your economy of words while creating interesting characters. Like you, I don’t write a lot of fluff. I want readers to be hooked and flip the pages to see what happens next. You have already achieved that noble aim. I am curious if you hired a book editor before submitting your work for publication, and if you have any recommendations. The self-publishing process seems overwhelming for me at this point. By the way I am also an Ohio native, residing in Columbus.

    Patrick Ryan

    September 11, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    • Hey Patrick! Congratulations on getting close to publishing your short stories! I had to laugh when you mentioned not being competition. That sort of leads me to my first bit of advice. You need to make friends with a community of people who are other writers of the stuff you write. There are a lot of smaller publishers out there (Pill Hill, Wicked East, Twisted Library, Permuted) that have message boards where writers interact with one another, and where you can find both editors and beta readers for your work. I assume you have had some folks read your stuff, but you need to make sure you get some people who are going to be brutally honest. Friends and family tend to be fairly gentle if they have any criticism at all for you. I consider none of the authors out there who write zombie stuff, or horror in general, competition-I have found that I have gotten closer to them all (all the ones I know, at least) and we provide a great support network, rooting each other on as much as we can.
      You also need to understand that I have never self-published. I have always worked through a publisher for short stories and my novels. For novels, publishers will generally provide you with an editor, though your mileage may vary as to what you get. I have latched on to a few specific editors who really help me out with short stories and I try to do all that I can to have them look at my work before I submit it to the publisher. I have paid for some editing, but with the built in editors (and contracts saying that I have to accept at least some copy editing at the very least with my work), I haven’t had to forge ahead on my own. Now that I have books out there, I would probably feel more comfortable with self-editing (I am helping edit an anthology for one of my publisher friends, which will help add to my experiences). I realize that self-publishing means more money goes into my own pocket, but I like having a partner in the process.
      Network, network, network. Build relationships with as many fans of the genre and other writers as you can via facebook, twitter, and message boards. Don’t let that overwhelm you, but be willing to look at other people’s work as they look at yours. There are also writing circles that you can join, which can help a lot.
      If you are going to self publish, make sure you are out there promoting yourself. Get your work in front of reviewers (there are a lot who will accept PDF’s from smaller websites and so forth, so you can do that on the cheap) and really work it. Again, I haven’t done any self publishing, but regardless of that, you will find that you are on your own with a lot of promotion work whether you have a small house publisher or not.

      Whatever you do, I wish you all the luck. Feel free to drop by at http://www.libraryofthelivingdead.lefora.com and register there. They don’t just do zombie stuff, but horror as well. The publisher is great, and you will find that there are authors there from other publishing houses (we all mix and mingle) and it could be a really great first step to meeting a wider audience for your stuff as well as other writers willing to help you out.

      I hope any of this helps!


      September 12, 2011 at 7:45 pm

    • Patrick James Ryan

      Patrick, I am now published with Nick Grabowsky at Black Bed Sheet Books. Would love fro your reveiw/input on the collection titled, “Blood Verse.” —- Patrick James Ryan

      June 22, 2013 at 8:24 pm

      • Patrick-you can shoot me over a copy in pdf or mobi and I’ll be happy to check it out. Just know that I have quite a few other books to review before I could get to it. But happy to provide it a fair and honest review. Just send it over to my email address: sloggoth@aol.com. Thanks!

        June 23, 2013 at 9:30 am

  20. Pat Ryan

    Thanks for your thoughtful comments Patrick! Good stuff, and I appreciate it very much!

    Patrick Ryan

    September 13, 2011 at 8:06 am

  21. nick gillam

    hi pat
    great blog thanks for setting it up.Read the first two books[dark triology].great books looking forward to number 3.could i get a autograph signed on something i could frame to add to my collection
    keep up the good work

    December 26, 2011 at 9:09 am

    • Sure thing, Nick. I’d be honored to sign something for you. I just need to know where to send it to. Thanks!


      December 26, 2011 at 1:56 pm

      • ixworth

        Hi Patrick
        sorry took so long to reply,i asked for reply and said ok
        my address is
        61 cherry tree road
        me8 8jy
        the dark trilogy is brilliant just about to read number 3
        keep up the good work

        May 17, 2013 at 4:00 pm

      • Thanks Nick! I’ll be happy to send something out to you. It may take a bit with international mail, but I’ll be happy to ship it over.

        May 17, 2013 at 6:51 pm

      • hi Patrick
        Wow thanks for books,very nice of you,read the triology brillliant.Again thanks

        June 16, 2013 at 4:11 pm

      • Sure thing! I hope you enjoy these new expanded versions!

        June 17, 2013 at 8:28 am

  22. Great stuff! I am going to buy The Dark Trilogy!!

    January 3, 2012 at 4:50 pm

  23. Patrick, loved the dark trilogy! Wondering if you have anything else on the horizon..

    FYI, you didn’t need to kill Ben…

    August 9, 2012 at 10:58 pm

    • Thanks! Actually, Permuted Press is re-releasing the trilogy next year, with all the Dark Stories added on the back end of each individual book. There will be some new Dark Stories included with Beyond the Dark. I am working on producing a fourth and fifth book-they’ll conclude the saga and I hope to see them come out after the re-releases. But that depends on a lot. I’m also working on various other short story projects and may be partnering with someone on a sci fi novel, but that remains to be seen.

      August 10, 2012 at 8:02 am

  24. was reading one of your reviews on amazon (shelter from the dead), and noticed you mentioned liking character driven zompoc stories, I’d suggest(even though they’re target is young adult, they are well written) the Benny Imura series(Rot & Ruin, Dust & Decay, and the upcoming, Flesh & Bone) by Jonathan Mayberry, and the newsflesh trilogy(Feed, deadline, and Blackout) by Mira Grant, if you haven’t already found them. Both series have the zombies as more of a background feature, and focus on the living characters. Also Tell your publisher to hurry up with the kindle editions of your books(I’m not allowed to buy actual books anymore, as I have too many already!), I desperately want to read them! Living dead press and permuted press release some of the best new authors as of late.

    August 20, 2012 at 6:32 pm

    • Bobbi,

      Thanks for the suggestions. The biggest challenge I have is that there are so many books to read and I also am doing my best to put enough time aside to write as well, so a lot of books that I want to read get pushed down the list a bit. But all the books you reference are ones I’m familiar with and would definitely love to read.
      As for my books, Permuted hasn’t given me a schedule yet, but it looks like 2013 for the trilogy-so I’m hoping the first book will be out not long after the new year. I know it is a long wait, but they have such a busy publishing schedule that it’s tough for them to push things up any further. I appreciate your interest. Thanks!


      August 20, 2012 at 8:01 pm

  25. Curtez Riggs


    Couldn’t find any other method of contacting you, so hopefully this comment will reach you.

    I’m the managing editor at zombiepop.net, we write about all things Zombie. I would like to see if your interested in being featured on the site.

    If your interested in participating, we would need a unique bio/introduction to your books, social media profiles, and an image (420×470 pixels)

    Take a look at the following as examples:

    Thanks for your time


    June 16, 2013 at 12:31 am

    • Curtez,

      I assume emailing you the information would be best. I’ll do that. My email address is sloggoth@aol.com. I want to make sure it doesn’t hit your spam filter when I send it to you. Thanks!

      June 17, 2013 at 8:29 am

  26. Desiree

    I need the other dark series books! I’ve read and reread those 3 books over and over. Absolutely love them! So when can I expect that?! 🙂

    June 3, 2015 at 1:46 am

    • Hi Desiree. Thank you for your message! I have been working diligently on follow ups to my trilogy, though as a part time writer there have been ample delays to the process. I’ve focused more effort on short stories, admittedly, over the past year or so. I have no specific dates to share. Part of that will be up to whatever publisher I end up working with. My intention is to release two more books and they will stand somewhat separate from the original trilogy. What I mean by this is that someone who hasn’t read the trilogy will see the first of the two books as a starting point in the story, while someone who has read the trilogy will see the two books as a continuation and completion of the saga. Both books will be quite a bit larger than any of the first three books so they are also taking longer to complete.
      I thought I would share that with you, since I cannot share the books themselves. But stay tuned…I will post updates here as I work toward completion of Jeff and Megan’s story.

      June 5, 2015 at 8:57 am

  27. Hi Patrick,

    Would you like a review copy of my new horror novel, All Souls Day?

    If a demon and its servants ruled your ordinary American town, demanding an annual virgin sacrifice, would you have the courage to stop them—and at what price?

    This question confronts each of the characters in my new horror novel All Souls Day, just out from Silver Leaf Books. In a version of the 1980’s that never was, twenty years after the Cuban Missile Crisis triggered World War III and left the United States a devastated wasteland, the ancient, demonic god Moloch, whose worship was forbidden by the Old Testament, exercises absolute control over the fictional Philadelphia suburb of Chatham’s Forge. The town is an oasis of prosperity that the nuclear war hardly touched, but its comfort comes at a fearful cost: at the high school prom every year, the prettiest and most popular senior girl is chosen by Moloch and his servant, “Pastor” Justin Bello, to be spirited away to a former National Guard armory known as the Castle, where she is imprisoned alone for five months, only to be beheaded and eaten alive by the demon on All Souls Day, the Second of November, the anniversary of the war.

    “The horror of what was happening was very real and made for a tense and captivating read. I highly recommend this novel to fans of horror,” writes Sharon Stevenson, author of The Gallows Novels and the After Death Series (http://sharonstevensonauthor.com/book-review-all-souls-day-by-martin-berman-gorvine/). For more about the novel, which is the first of the four-book “Days of Ascension” series being published by Silver Leaf Books, please see http://daysofascension.com.

    I am also the author of six science fiction/fantasy novels: the Sidewise Award-winning novel The Severed Wing (Livingston Press, 2002); 36 (Livingston Press, 2012); Seven Against Mars (Wildside Press, 2013); Save the Dragons! (Wildside Press, 2013), which was a finalist for the Prometheus Award; Ziona: A Novel of Alternate History (Amazon/CreateSpace, 2014); and Heroes of Earth (Wildside Press, 2015). A short story of mine was published earlier this year in the science fiction anthology Brave New Girls, intended to promote girls to pursue an education in STEM fields.

    Thank you for your attention.

    Martin Berman-Gorvine
    e-mail: martin@martinbermangorvine.com
    Website: http://www.martinbermangorvine.com

    December 2, 2015 at 9:56 am

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