by Lily Alex. The stories in this
collection are shown in a way that flattens the fringes
between mystic and reality.
and Other Hidden Tales, by John Shire. Three tales
of the uncanny and the supernatural; of power sought and power abused.
by Neal McKenna.
Enter a world where freakish events turn the lives of ordinary and
not-so-ordinary people inside-out. Each one starts firmly planted in
every day reality but quickly skews off into a nightmarish, yet
familiar, realm. This collection of short stories asks questions like,
“How real is reality?"
Harbors, by Howard Hopkins. Horror short
story anthology. Strange and terrifying things happen in the small
seacoast town of Dark Harbor, Maine.
Short Walk to the Other Side, by
Matthew J. Pallamary. Most humans stay deeply entrenched in
the cultural mainstream. The truth is that it is a lot shorter walk to
the other side than we like to think and Pallamary takes us there in
short stories from the dark side.
and Guises, by Bryn Pearson. Short stories about
love, death, violence and transgression.
of the Flesh, by James L. Secor. [search
for title] Thirteen tales about love, transgression and
horror. From ancient Japan, through mediaeval Europe to modern America,
the author follows the dangers and delights of wanting too much and
being willing to risk all for a single passion. Sometimes erotic, often
gothic and always surprising, the thirteen tales are a compelling map
of human wants and failings.
|Mirror Images, by Elizabeth Delisi. A collection of stories to make you wonder… Let
these eerie tales take you to a place where the only thing you can rely
on is the unexpected.
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