I have a new short story published! It's a scary story in an anthology ready just in time for Halloween. It's called "Horrors: Real, Imagined, And Deadly."
I know several of the authors that contributed and have read their work. They are all excellent.
Thanks to Matt Sinclair for putting it together.
So far, it's only up on Amazon and Smashwords, but I believe it will be up on Itunes, Kobo, and other outlets really soon.
It's also the first time anything I wrote will ever be available more than just electronically.
Here's the cover.
And the blurb.
What are you afraid of? What causes the hair on your neck to stand up?
Do you worry about what your fears mean? What horrifies you might be
nothing to someone else. But there’s something for just about everyone
in this collection of personal tales. Whether your fears remain secret
or you laugh while you watch monsters devour your neighbors, you'll find
a reason to keep your lights on tonight. The first collection from
Elephant’s Bookshelf Press focused purely on horror stories, "Horrors:
Real, Imagined, and Deadly" includes tales from E.B. Black, Kay Elam,
Kim Graff, Justin Holley, Precy Larkins, Sarah Glenn Marsh, Mindy
McGinnis, R.S. Mellette, Madeline Mora-Summonte, Matt Sinclair, A.M.
Supinger, and Charlee Vale.
Here's where to buy it.