The holiday horrors continue with the latest Deathlehem anthology, A Tree Lighting in Deathlehem (Vol. 6 in the Deathlehem collection). Print coming soon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B082ZB7RZM
Here is the final line-up for A Tree Lighting in Deathlehem (Title, author, page number [which is subject to change upon final formatting]:
Scary Christmas and a Bloody New Year! 1
Silver and Straw – W. Brice McVicar 5
Christmas Sinner – Dave Jeffery 21
Christmas Wish – Rose Blackthorn 30
Cold Edge – Damascus Mincemeyer 41
Chris Miss, Mama – Scott Deegan 57
The Christmas Angel – Dan Allen 62
Bloody Christmas Tree – R.A. Goli 76
The Other Side of Giving – Christopher Stanley 83
Lovely Weather for an Unseelie Ride Together – Matt Cowan 91
The Santa Revelation – Tristan Ryan 104
A Christmas Eve Visitor – Kev Harrison 110
The Widowmaker – P.A. Sheppard 116
A Tale of St. Nicholas – Joseph P. Pietris 137
Bloody Bones – Jeffrey Kosh 140
Holiday Home Invasion – Robbert C. Eccles 204
Wonderful – Marc Sorondo 205
Twisted Wishes – Lori Safranek 227
That’s the Spirit – Kurt Newton 239
Christmas Eve on the Rudolph Express – Sheri White 250
Song of the Hunt – Pierce Skinner 258
Christmas Revenge – Karen Thrower 279
Marshmallow World Vivian Kasley 286
Aianna – Dan Foley. 295
Away in a Manger: A Christmas Tale of Terror – Tim Kane 302
The Vices and Virtues of Gideon Thomas – James Carlson 319
ABOUT THE AUTHORS 355
Come aboard, they’re expecting you…
Awesome review of Cheryl Low’s Infernal is up at SciFi and Scary. Why not check it out, then head on over to Amazon and plan your own weekend excursion.
This past weekend, Kevin David Anderson was at the High Desert Book Festival in Hesperia, CA, to release his latest book, Midnight Men: The Supernatural Adventures of Earl and Dale.
Midnight Men is a collection of short fiction feature Earl and Dale, a burly pair of truckers who travel the highways and hunt down all manner of supernatural creatures.
Book Chat: Corporate Wolf
READ 5 STAR REVIEW ON MY BLOG: http://myranour.net/book-chat-corporate-wolf/
If you can’t run with the big dogs…rip ‘em to shreds. It was supposed to be a corporate retreat and a series of morale-boosting exercises. It was a weekend Shawn Biltmore nearly didn’t survive. There was something else playing in the woods that night, something other than a bunch of corporate drones with paintball guns.
And it had chosen Shawn as its new chew toy. The local authorities chalked it up to a bear attack. So did the doctors. Shawn knew the truth, however, as much as he wanted to deny it. But when one of his coworkers is viciously killed, Shawn must face the truth… He’s a killer who needs to be put down.
Or is he?