The Nettle Tree

By Kenneth Weene and Clayton Bye

The Nettle Tree is an anthology of Western-inspired short stories edited by Kenneth Weene and Clayton Clifford Bye. The authors were presented with a challenge: create an original and different Western-themed story in 3,000 words of less. Thirteen writers' efforts are showcased in this volume,...

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The Gods of HP Lovecraft

HP Lovecraft
By Adam Nevill, Martha Wells, Laird Barron, Christopher Golden, Jonathan Maberry, Joe Lansdale, Rachel Caine, Seanan McGuire

The Gods of HP Lovecraft by various authors is an entertaining collection of stories based on the monsters created by Lovecraft. An old woman despairs over a dying Earth and suffers nightmares about unusual creatures attacking her, creatures that couldn't possibly exist. Right? I enjoyed...

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The Spare Room and Other Stories

By Joshua Danker-Dake,Sean Danker-Smith

The Spare Room and Other Stories by brothers Joshua Danker-Dake and Sean Danker-Smith is an anthology of 26 original short stories across a variety of genres from fantasy to horror. The Gibbins Tree by Sean Danker-Smith is one of my favorites. It’s definitely on par...

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The Nightingale Circus

Broken People
By Ioana Visan

The Nightingale Circus by Ioana Visan is a short story collection in the Broken People series. It tells the story of the fascinating members of the circus. We learn about their past, how they ended up at the circus and the work that they do,...

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Terror Train

By Various

The advent of rail transformed mankind's opportunities to explore his world. Yet we are subconsciously aware of a dark side to this innovation that expresses itself in uneasy images, such as the stereotypical damsel tied to the railway lines and whispered tales of trains bound...

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the three o'clock in the morning sessions

By Angie Martin

“The three o’ clock in the morning sessions” is described as a book on loss and unrequited love. However, several poems at the beginning paint love beautifully and are full of joy. Whether the tone is bittersweet is largely up to the reader’s interpretation. There...

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The Snuff Syndicate

By Keith Gouveia

Keith Gouveia takes every reader into a world where serial killers come together in a form of social media in The Snuff Syndicate. Instead of just one gruesome story about murder, this book offers readers several short stories combined into one. In The Snuff Syndicate,...

The Mountain of Long Eyes

An Anthology of Science Fiction and Fantasy
By Thomas Wm Hamilton

In The Mountain of Long Eyes: An Anthology of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thomas Hamilton takes us to amazing places from the other side of the galaxy to our own backyard. There are stories of shamans battling terrorists in a decidedly Native American influenced story;...

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The End of the Line

By Andy Garner

Written by Andy Garner, The End of the Line is an anthology of short stories and a couple of poems. The stories are diverse, ranging from tragedy to humor, even children’s tales. The book includes a number of award winning pieces, including the prize winning...

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The Speed of Dark

By Clayton Clifford Bye (Editor)

“The Speed of Dark” is a horror anthology of short stories written by an assortment of authors, and published by Chase Enterprises Publishing. Editor Clayton Clifford Bye states in his Introduction that “horror” means many things to different people. It can mean an intense feeling...

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