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About Abiran Raveenthiran
Abiran Raveenthiran is a first-generation born Canadian as many are in the cultural melting pot that is Toronto, Ontario. He has one foot in the culture of his past and one foot in the present culture with views into both. His works are written in a way to merge concepts of the eastern and western culture together; a product mirroring his own identity. Abiran has been previously published works of non-fiction essays published as part of The Lemon Theory and TamilCulture. In early to mid-2020, Abiran also has upcoming short stories to be published in anthologies: Mystical Girls Anthology and Unreal Anthology.
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Delve into the madness created by award-winning horror and fiction authors from around the world. We dare you to remember the fear of the unknown, and to dive headfirst into ancient mysteries.
The old gods have awoken, and with them lose chaos will reign again.
Alice de Sampaio
Amber M. Simpson
C. Marry Hultman
David A.F. Brown
Emma K. Leadley
Heidi Ann Willits
Heinrich von Wolfcastle
Joel R. Hunt
Joshua E. Borgmann
K. B. Elijah
Kerry E.B. Black
Kevin J. Kennedy
Mark Anthony Smith
Matthew A Clarke
Michael D. Nadeau
S. C. Morgan
Sean P. Chatterton
Stacey Jaine McIntosh
Willem V Much
What miracles can one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
And monsters into heroes.
Do you want to know how to create a windigo?
Or what happens when it decides you belong to it?
Did you hear your mother has a killer solution to deal with school bullies?
You know it’s just because she loves you, right?
What about the college student who had a baby with the devil’s daughter?
As if that weren’t bad enough, Satan’s little girl is a deadbeat parent, too.
Want to guess what your weird neighbors are really up to?
Or why half the kids in the neighborhood have vanished?
Ever wonder how that nice little family survived that horrific break-in attempt?
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An incomprehensible monstrosity who channels its destructive power through the defenseless…
A private investigator who knows just a little too much about the undead…
A woman desperate to marry the man she loves even as an unthinkable apocalypse looms….
An abused girl who’ll do whatever it takes to save a persecuted shapeshifter…
A spurned spouse who finds the cure for infidelity….
A mother who defies Hell itself to save her son…
Come and meet these monsters, and the things they do for love.
Comprising Volumes 4 to 6 of the bestselling "MONSTERS" horror anthology series, the WHAT MONSTERS DO FOR LOVE trilogy spans over one hundred stories by an international team of bestselling, award-winning, and visionary authors, offering a treasure trove unforgettable tales about monsters (of both the human and inhuman varieties) that range from the deceptively whimsical to the heartbreakingly terrifying, and everything in between.
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The twenty stories featured in this anthology have been selected after careful consideration. Each story is set in its own independent world. So this single book is your ticket to twenty diverse lands where mind-bending things happen.
Speculative Fiction is a vast genre, but we have got delicacies from almost every subgenre. We have got AI, magic, talking monkeys, time travel, oppressive governments, ancient temples, weird futuristic tech…even aliens! These short stories (btw none of them are very short) are some really serious works of art. And since this is an anthology, you'll get to meet a bunch of some really terrific authors.
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The stories featured:
A Door For Miriam by Jeff Sullins
The Hidden Entity by John Campbell
Monaro Goes On A Walkabout by Steve Carr
The Runners by Lorenzo Crescentini
Blood Of The Swan by Vonnie Winslow Crist
The Wizards Of Snails And Woodlice by David Donachie
The Garden by James Dorr
Camp Napanoo by Angelique Fawns
Checkpoint by Elana Gomel
Undo by John Haas
The Monkey's Tale by Carlton Herzog
Dark Wings by Tom Jolly
The Alien Emissary by Shawn Klimek
Dottie by W. T. Paterson
Full Integration by Sophie Jupillat Posey
Beyond The Spires by Frank Sawielijew
Abrama's End Game by David Shultz
Sunbringer by Abiran Raveenthiran
The Gale At Quiet Cove by Austin Worley
Food For The Moon by Todd Zack