Publication Announcement – A Little Glimpse of Madness

 

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I’m pleased to announce that my story “A Little Glimpse of Madness” is appearing in the 6th Anniversary issue of Dark Moon Digest (#25). Some of you who have been following me since my online Flash Fiction days may recognize this tale as an expanded version of the bit I wrote for Flash! Friday vol 2.42. I’m thrilled to be included in this publication and I hope you’ll all snag a copy.

 

 

 

 

 

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Typhoon Maid Thursday. CC photo by Shuji Moriwaki

 

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Killing it Softly: Pre-order

Killing it Softly is now available to pre-order on Kindle. The price is set at 99 cents, but is only good through Halloween. Killing it Softly features 450 pages of horror written by 32 women, including Bram Stoker Award winner Nancy Holder.

Secure a copy for you Kindle today, or if you prefer physical books, paperback copies will be available October 26th.

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Release Day: Nightscript II

It’s October—the greatest month of the year!—and I’m pleased to announce on this chilly, fall morning that NIGHTSCRIPT II is now available to order. 

Table of Contents:

“The Carnival Arrives in Darkness” — Michael GriffinNS2 Cover
“In the Dark, Quiet Places” — Kristi DeMeester
“Phantom Airfields” — Christopher Slatsky
“En Plein Air” — J.T. Glover
“The Inveterate Establishment of Daddano & Co.” — Eric J. Guignard
“White Elephants” — Malcolm Devlin
“Reasons I Hate My Big Sister” — Gwendolyn Kiste
“Nearness” — Ralph Robert Moore
“This Lonely Hecatomb” — Christopher Ropes
“Apartment B” — Steve Rasnic Tem
“Understairs” — Jason A. Wyckoff
“As Summer’s Mask Slips” — Gordon White
“And Elm Do Hate” — Nina Shepardson
“A Silence of Starlings” — Kurt Fawver
“Aycayia” — Rowley Amato
“The White Kisses” — Charles Wilkinson
“Down by the River” — H.V. Chao
“Arena” — Daniel Mills
“From the Fertile Dark” — Rebecca J. Allred
“No Abiding Place on Earth” — Matthew M. Bartlett
“Pause for Laughter” — José Cruz