SHADES OF ANTHOLOGY BOOK 8
Pub date: OCTOBER 23, 2022
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About the anthology
9 authors = 9 terror-rific stories: Ready to mix a little fantasy with your horror?
Let your imagination run wild but don’t be surprised if it starts screaming too. Nothing twists fantasy better than horror. In this dark fantasy horror collection, we’ll send you to another world screaming in terror or scare you with the magic in this one.
Are ghost stories real? Have you ever tested one out? Adara did and now she wants to stop her neighborhood's ghost story from terrorizing people before moving to enter med school in the fall. Can she do it? Will it let her? Or will she be cornered?
When a Confederate soldier is separated from the rest of his troops, will the ministrations of a stranger be a kindness or torture?
Does extrasensory perception exist? And what would a woman see or hear while standing vigil by her childhood friend's hospital bed after a horrible accident?
Can a kitten survive in a dystopian world when his servant sets him free? (And yes, we’re all servants by feline standards)
What kind of trouble does an American engineer contractor discover when he travels to a remote Venezuelan facility as he tries to assess what's necessary to get the abandoned oil well running again? Will he catch some of the local culture or will it catch him?
Most babies are perfect in their parent’s eyes. But what would you do if your baby scares everyone so much, no one else wants to be around? Is there such a thing as too different? And will it kill you?
What happens if magical creatures could join corporate jobs? Follow a docuseries where a witch named Nadia and her coworker David have killer chemistry.
When an FBI agent and her dragon mate spend the night at a cozy inn, is all as quaint as it seems or is there a deadly secret?
From looking at the magic in this world or glimpses of other worlds, we will bring the terror to terrific.
Just because it’s imaginary, doesn’t mean it’ll let you go.
Charlton Heston in "The Ten Commandments"
Charlton Heston in "The Planet of the Apes"