Thursday, March 16, 2017

My Latest Collection Of Horror Stories Will Be Free On Monday And Tuesday

State of Fear is my most recent collection of short horror fiction, and it will be available for free on Amazon starting Monday. 

Here's what the inestimable Frank Moraes of Frankly Curious has to say about the work:

His approach is to inject you with a slow-acting neurotoxin until you’re afraid to move. He combines the Victorian ghost story’s precision with a postmodern sensibility. The writer and reader are partners. Bibeau rarely comes right out and tells you anything. He renders. What Anaïs Nin was for erotica, Paul Bibeau is for horror.

Please read the rest of the review. And look for the book Monday!

TRUMP TALES OF TERROR is about ugly creatures, murderous fantasies, and apocalyptic worlds – and they’re right in America. YOU CAN BUY IT HERE.


  1. It's smart you released these for free, because otherwise there's not enough money in the world to pay people to read this crap. I printed some passages out and we used them in enhanced interrogations of captured illegal aliens and dreamers down at the local ICE detention centers, and thanks to your work, we were able to uncover 5 human trafficking rings and 3 human slavery operations. The best part was the suicides induced from the next to last chapter. One guy used a paper clip to puncture his eardrums; and this one guy from Guatemala kept bashing his head into the concrete wall of his cell.

    1. I can't be certain, but you sound angry.

      It sounds like you hate-read the stories all the way to the end and then got mad enough to fire off an anonymous comment on the author's blog.

      I think I did my job.


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