Desperate Journeys holds six short stories from Ryan Macklin:
Cracks in Marble, where a gargoyle made to protect humans falls in love with one
What a Mother Will Do, set in a distant future where refugees struggle for survival in their exodus
Stories from Finis: A Book of Endings, humorous tales told in a "choose your own adventure" fashion
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Entertaining Demons by Daniel I. Russell is at times vicious and at others all too real examination of the realities of being a teenage girl.
Starring in the reality TV show PI: Paranormal Investigations should be a dream come true, but for Molly it’s a nightmare. Between constant filming, unexplained occurrences waking her at all hours, and the scrutiny of her friends and... [click here for more]
Stories about devils and demons were literary staples long before the modern horror field came into existence. Our earliest story in this volume, by Washington Irving, was published in 1824...and the fact that these tales span almost 200 years shows how enduring the theme remains. Here, then, are 25 great modern and classic tales of devils, demons, and the macabre. Enjoy!
THE CONTRACT OF CARSON... [click here for more]
The Mental Shrillness ward will shock with six twist ending horror tales:
Memorial Day Descent - experience a showdown between an old mansion and a soldier's painful, recurring war memories. A first place story contest winner.
Pains in the Glass - Tim and Wanda love each other but neither sees the cracks in their flawed marriage looking glass. Today is the day one learns of betrayal... [click here for more]
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John wants to turn his life around, and that starts with a marriage proposal to his girlfriend. All that's standing between him and this act is a simple journey on the London Underground. Except that this journey will be anything but simple. Strange old ladies, apathetic passengers, a nervous Asian man and a deepening sense of unease are all obstacles... [click here for more]
"Almost everyone likes dogs, even those who prefer cats as pets. So it's not surprising that writers have devoted a great deal of verbiage indeed to describe their ongoing love affair with the canine breed. You'll find herein all kinds of tales focusing on dogs: science fiction stories, mysteries, horror tales, westerns, memoirs, humorous accounts, and first-person doggie narratives. There are well-known... [click here for more]