"The Wrong Turn," Places We Fear to Tread.
Coming soon from Cemetery Gates Media.
When Cassandra takes a wrong turn and comes face to face with a local haunted landmark, will she ever find her way out of the nightmare?
"Starved," Consumed: Tales Inspired by the Wendigo.
Coming soon from the Denver Horror Collective.
When poor little Tessa meets the enthralling Neve, she discovers just how hungry love can be.
"Antifreeze and Sweet Peas", Not All Monsters Special Edition.
This beautiful special edition is only available directly from Rooster Republic Press and includes original interior artwork. The regular paperback edition will be available widely fall 2020.
Delilah serves sweet treats from her family bakery, but something bitter is hidden within her saccharine charm.
"Night Terrors," Strange Girls- Women in Horror Anthology.
Available on Amazon
A teenage girl wakes paralyzed and surrounded by masked figures. Is she experiencing sleep paralysis or something far more sinister?
Praise from Genre Junkies Book Review Podcast:
"This story was killer … I just want to know everything about this world … the way that it ends is brilliant, beautiful."
Praise from Goodreads reviewers:
"I loved this one...It was great, honestly...I was hooked until the very end."
"Creepy! ... A fun little horror story!"
"Night Terrors was well written and kept me guessing as to what the twist would be."
"A lot of great fiction and non-fiction in this issue, as usual. But the stories that really stood out for me are The Cyclone Sisters Traveling Circus of Wonders by Angela Sylvaine (who doesn't enjoy a good carnival-set horror story, and this creepy little number duly delivered)..." Goodreads Review.
"The Joining", False Faces Anthology. Available for purchase on Amazon.
Meg expects her first day to be filled with normal high school drama, but the appearance of white, porcelain masks in every locker are anything but normal.
"The Ballad of Sorrow and Lila," My American Nightmare. Available for purchase on Amazon.
When Lila moves in across the street, Sorrow finally finds a sliver of happiness. But who is Lila, and what do the mysterious marks on her body really mean?
Praise for "The Ballad of Sorrow and Lila" :
"I really, really loved The Ballad of Sorrow and Lila the most; it was such an incredible story!" Sarika Patkotwar, Book Blogger
"One of my favorite stories was the Ballad of Sorrow and Lila which shows the power of strong feelings and why a bully never wins." Goodreads review