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About Christy Aldridge
Christy Aldridge writes horror. She's heavily influenced by writers such as Stephen King and Clive Barker, and her semi psychotic family. She dwells in a small town in the sticks of Alabama with her assortment of dogs, cats, goat, and snake.
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Now, dear reader, you seem to have stumbled upon it.
And you have opened it.
You must reap what you have sown.
Come, step into the pages. See firsthand what hell is capable of.
Of course, just know, you won’t last long enough to scream.
A place where bad people are punished. Or the unredeemed. Or just a place we all go when we die. It's a word with so many meanings, definitions, and possibilities.
Hell is the woman who encourages her stalker to go even bloodier just for her.
Hell is the dog you hit when you're drunk and meet the owner in your own living room.
Hell is the ringing of a cowbell after you kill your wife.
Hell is your sick husband begging you to set him free of his pain.
Hell is a place. Hell is a person. Hell is a feeling.
Welcome to the eighteen different levels of Hell. Each one a little different than the last. Each one just as painful in a place where no one escapes unscathed.
Come and look at All the Pretty Hells You See.
#FRIGHTGIRLSUMMER recommended reading!
Featuring chilling tales from:
Michelle Renee Lane
Paula R.C. Readman
Edited by Jill Girardi
With foreword by Doc Holocausto (Evilspeak Magazine, Harvest Ritual, Creepy Crawls)
Including tales from new horror standouts: Christy Aldridge, C.W. Blackwell, Jill Girardi, Mark Allan Gunnells, Sylvia Elven, A C Fraser, Sadie Hartmann (Mother Horror), Michelle Renee Lane, Catherine McCarthy, Justin Montgomery, Ethan Pollard, and the Sisters of Slaughter.
As horror legend Stanley Wiater stated, "Go revel in their waking nightmares."
But one boy knows differently. He's seen what this little boy is doing and he's determined to stop him. He's determined to make sure no one else knows the pain he's known.
As things begin to grow colder and the little boy's influence only grows stronger, everyone begins to wonder:
Who is Seth?
Even the best doctors have to give the heartbreaking news of a terminal diagnosis, an estimation of life expectancy.
When Janey, a brilliant doctor in her own right, heard she had six months to live, it wasn't a medical diagnosis.
It was a death sentence.
And Gerald, the person who passed the sentence upon her, was going to enjoy every second of Janey's pain and suffering, savouring every moment of her final six months.