Horror Anthology – Dead Ends

DeadEnds-002-sm In January of this year I sent out an email to some friends of mine. I wanted to create an anthology that would showcase the talents of the writers I know, primarily in the horror genre. I’ve long been a fan of horror and as such I know a lot of writers who publish in that arena. It’s becoming somewhat harder to marker horror, but I know there are a lot of fans out there. So this is for you.

For this anthology I’ve assembled seven bloody, stark horror stories by myself and six other talented writers of horror and suspense. A sinister power in “In The Deep Dark” by Justin R. Macumber is overtaking men at the bottom of a West Virginia coal mine. A golden liquid sur-rounds a boy’s treehouse in Edward Lorn’s “Morning Dew” and its taste for human flesh is standing between the boys and safety. Reggie in Scott Roche’s “Power in the Blood” discovers that his thirst for blood can give him strength, but may cost him his soul. Philip Carroll brings us a tale of “Getting Even” where the wealthy Mr. Hasbrook must pay for his sins of greed and murder. Paul E. Cooley’s “Breakers” remove the broken ‘cogs’ from society’s machinery as ruth-lessly as possible. In J.R. Murdock’s “Breakup”, Ruby wants to leave her boyfriend Victor, but he wants eternity or nothing. Finally, Jake Bible reminds us in “Blister” that going to the doctor early is a good idea, particularly if your affliction makes you a happy little psychopath.

The book was edited by the AMAZING Sue Baiman and the cover done by the SLIGHTLY DISTURBING Scott E. Pond.

The story is available at Smashwords and Amazon and all proceeds go to the Office of Letters and Light. Please spread the word!

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