Novels, Books, Short Stories, and Screenplays

 By Bestselling Horror Author Fred Wiehe



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. Come on inside his online world and visit his library of works, explore the inner workings of his dark imagination.




● My interview with Todd Allan is now live. Read it in its entirety here.

● Creative Writing: Get Started Writing Fiction is now available to pre-order in Kindle here. Release date is November 15, 2015.

● The Uglies is a feature length script, based on Fred's short story in Holiday Madness: 13 Dark Tales for Halloween, Christmas & All Occasions. Read the short story FREE by clicking The Uglies, Short Story. Read the logline and synopsis for the script at Short Stories & Screenplays.

● About The Uglies, Famed Director Paul Lynch (Prom Night) said, "I read your script The Uglies and was pleasantly surprised, and most impressed. Great characters, story and it kept me reading."

The Uglies was a semi-finalist in the Circus Road Films screenplay contest.

Agents, Talent Managers, Producers & Directors can request the script by contacting Fred at

Fright House, released April 1, 2015, reviewed in The Horror Zine:

The Triumvirate of Short Stories became an Amazon Kindle Bestseller, July 2015.

● Many new events, interviews, book signings, and personal appearances on TV, radio, podcasts, and conventions are being scheduled. For full details of upcoming events visit the Event Calendar page.

● The screenplay version of Fright House is being shopped around Hollywood by independent producer/director Dave Reda of Elftwin Films.

Aleric: Monster Hunter became an Amazon Kindle Bestseller on Friday the 13th in 2012.

Under the Protection of Witches, a YA (ages 13-17+) Urban Fantasy novel and The Collected Nightmares, a collection of short stories and poems, are Fred's newest projects.




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