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About Dawn DeBraal
Dawn DeBraal lives in rural Wisconsin with her husband Red, two small dogs, and a cat. She has discovered her love of telling a good story can be written. Dawn also writes under the pen name of Garrison McKnight. Along with the books on these pages, Dawn has been published in many online magazines. She was one of the Falling Star Magazine's 2019 Pushcart nominees, has a song published in the House of Harmony, International Habitat for Humanity Song Book and, was a finalist in the "Great American Song Writing Contest." in 2016
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From zombie fairies, to hoblots and kerplimes. Land sharks and lunasplotches. Why not start your journey with "Perkins' Short Guide to the Beasts of Wimbledon Common" by Kayleigh Maddocks? Then you might just know what awaits you in the borders...
An amazing array of stories and poems from authors worldwide—for young readers aged 8 to 12.
WARNING: Not suitable for scaredy-cat adults.
Sales will benefit The Smith Foundation
At The Smith Family, we believe that education is one of the world’s most powerful change agents. That’s why we focus on helping young Australians to overcome educational inequality caused by poverty.
Vampires, djinns, spirits, werewolves, trolls, banshees, elves, mummies, skeletons, carnivorous jack-o'-lanterns, evil-seeking clowns, Halloween purges, sexy-but-hungry succubi, genius loci scarecrows voraciously guarding their pumpkin patches, revenge of the Hallowe'en candies.
But don't worry, bwteen 100-word gory bites you'll have a moment to catch your breath before the next soul-eating creature climbs out of the grave...
We all have a fascination for things that scare us—the thrill, the heart-stopping jump scares, the terrifying suspense. From the youngest age, we’re fascinated by the fiendish and furry, the creepiest critters, the naughty and the nasty. Horror is all around us, from the clowns who hide under our bed, to the things we might drag up from the brook at the bottom of the garden, and the zombies who crawl our streets.
As author, Megan Feehley, so beautifully says; there is beauty just before the terror…a silken breath taken before the spill of righteousness…the warmth of a licking flame preceding the scald.
So, close the drapes, check the locks, turn on all the lights and get comfortable. But don’t close your eyes…
Never close your eyes...
I'm dreaming of a Dark Christmas
With every little tale that I read
When the knife blades glisten
And scared children listen
To hear slayers in the night
Where sugarplums can be gory
In the frightening elf story
And trees eat favorite household pets
There are gifts on all the pages
Of terror through the ages
Told of gift giving regrets
I'm dreaming of a Dark Christmas
With every little tale I read
While the bright lights shine
And the family dines In the soft fireplace glow
So hold loved ones tight
It's not Santa visiting tonight
Death lies buried in the snow.
The holiday season isn’t all fun and games.100 word holiday horror stories from dozens of authors. From dark and disturbing, morbid humor or guts and gore, these stories have it all.
How will you celebrate the holidays?
With drabbles from: Eleanor Merry, Cassandra Angler, Scott Deegan, Josh A. Murphy, Stephen Cords, David Bowmore, Tina Merry, J.B. Wocoski, James Lipson, Shawn M Klimek, Morgan Adams, Steven Bruce, RJ Roles, Belinda Brady, James Pyles, Sea Caummisar, Trisha McKee, Nerisha Kemraj, Benjamin Langley, Mike Ennenbach, Dawn DeBraal, Aaron Bader, David Simms, R.E. Sargent, Angela Glover, Chris Miller, David M Donachie, Kerri Jesmer, Wendy Cheairs David M. Donachie, Terry Miller, Jacek Wilkos, Stuart Conover, P.J Blakey-Novis, Kevin J. Kennedy, N.M. Brown, Sharon Frame Gay, Gabriella Balcom, Jay Bower, Thomas Sturgeon Jr, Gabor Eichammer, D.J Elton, Alanna Webb, Marie Chambers and Drew Starling!
There is a common assumption among poets and readers generally that ‘There is no market for poetry.’ I hear this regularly.
This idea arises because, in the big world of publishing, poetry is seen to be a private, highly subjective affair which correspondingly does not sell well. Personal tastes, obscurity of form, and lack of poetic craft all add up to poetry being ‘shoved into the corner’ and usually only self-published or produced as a vanity piece.
This is a shame. There are a great many good poets out there: thousands of voices whose passionate visions of reality are not finding a proper outlet. Without channels to transmit these visions to readers, they can eventually fall silent.
The effort of this series of Poetica anthologies is to contribute to the creation of a market for poetry throughout the calendar year. The idea is that, by providing a regular, published venue for poetry from all over the world, poems as media for the communication of important and heartfelt ideas and reflections will gain in respect and become more widely acknowledged. Voices will be heard; channels will be opened.
Poetica # 5 features, in order of appearance: DJ Elton, Mike Turner, Gabriella Balcom, David Painter, Jan McCulloch, Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath, Lesley Mace, Thomas R. Bates, Dr Chanchal Sarin, William Blake, Linda Sparks, Kelli J Gavin, Ikechukwu Obiorah, Jim Bates, the Birch Twins, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Drudge, Dawn DeBraal, Michal Reiben, T. S. Eliot, Maria J. Estrada, Catherine A. MacKenzie, Elaine Marie Carnegie-Padgett, Mark Kuglin, Marlene Fabian Stiles, Kerri Jesmer, Craig Richard Tickner, Aminath Neena, Lisa H. Owens, Dr. Elizabeth V. Koshy, and Elizabeth Brown.
Clarendon House Publications
This is nightmare comfort food at its finest!
Featuring poetry by Jessica Rougeau, Tony Newton, India Kim, Jeremy Thompson, David Cave, Ella Palmer, Joshua E.Borgman, Nicole Henning, K.T. Tate, Guntis Brazma, Nick Dunkenstein, William Cordill, Brian Rosenberger, Amber M. Simpson, Veronica Kegel-Giglio, Reyna Young, Jacek Wilkos, Shayne Simeona, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Kurt Newton, Jim Towns, John Whitaker, Nerisha Kemraj, Pauly Hart, Richard Bell, John H Shelton, Theresa C. Gaynord, David Black, Andrew Kurtz, Chan Walrus, Pete Kelly, Kevin J. Kennedy, Sheldon Woodbury, Anthony Townsend, Dawn DeBraal, Thomas Sturgeon Jr, Nic Brady, Killian H. Gore, John Whitaker, Kevin Walter, Tim Miller, William Mitchem, Josh Andrews, Brandon Tanczak, Dane Keil, Michael Kallio.
Featuring stories by: Scotty Milder, Eddie D. Moore, Chanelle Loftness, Zoey Xolton, Amber M. Simpson, Dan Rice, Erica Schaef, A.R. Dean, Holly Rae Garcia, Willow Croft, Diane Arrelle, Steve Carr, Bob Ritchie, Brianna Witte, Austin P. Sheehan, Rae Stinger, Dawn DeBraal, Ann Bell Feinstein, and Lyman Graves.
THIS BOOK DOES NOT INCLUDE A FREE SET OF STICKERS
100 Word Horrors: Book 4 brings you over one hundred new drabbles from a wealth of horror authors. Some new, some old, but all great. Each and every one of us hope you have a blast with the final instalment in the series.
Included between the pages:
Adam Light - No Time Like the Present
Alanna Robertson-Webb - U R Next
Amber M. Simpson - The Old Man
Andrew Lennon - Cinema
Andrew Lennon - Motivation
Andrew Lennon - The Wave
Ann Christine Tabaka - Water World
Ann-Christine Tabaka - The Children of Earth
Billy San Juan - My Sincerest Apologies to any Innocent Victims
Callum Pearce - Cats
Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer - Haunted House
Chad Lutzke - Shingles on a Graham-Cracker Roof
Chloe Lennon - Hunger Pains
C.M. Saunders - Louie's Room
Constanze Scheib - Sanatorium
Darren Tarditi - The Hunter
David Owain Hughes - Books-A-Million
David Owain Hughes - The Golden Sticker
Dawn DeBraal - Cannibal
Dawn DeBraal - Revived
Dawn DeBraal - Road Kill
Eddie D. Moore - Hide and Seek
Ellen A. Easton - Every Fifty Years the Roots Need Blood
Eric J. Guignard - Misadventures of an Aggrieved Recluse
Evans Light - Getting Carried Away
Evans Light - Swing Low
Evans Light - This Little Piggy
Gary McDonough - Curiosity
Greg Bennett - Tiny Terrors
Harris Coverley - Coins
Howard Carlyle - The Theatre of Screams
J. C. Michael - Domestic Bliss
J. C. Michael - Spectrum
Jacek Wilkos - Lair
Jack Lothian - Diamond Lake Killer
Jack Lothian - The Guest Room
Jackk N. Killington - Zombie
Jason Parent - Shape in the Dark
Joe X Young - Believe in Me
Joe X Young - Panto Season
Joel R Hunt - Mister Mushroom
Joel R Hunt - The Transylvania Box
John Boden - Meal
Josh A. Murphy - Slithering
Julian J. Guignard - Molly's Wedding
Kevin Cathy - Inescapable
Kevin Cathy - The Coffin
Kevin J. Kennedy - Missing Halloween
Kevin J. Kennedy - Wrath of the Old Ones
Kevin Wetmore - Chiaroscuro Morning
Kevin Wetmore - Take the Long Way Home
Lee Franklin - Feed the Beast
Lee Franklin - You Look Prettier When You Smile
Lee Mountford - Choke
Lee Mountford - Predator
Mark Cassell - New Home
Mark Steensland - Stop
Matthew A Clarke - Worth It
Micah Castle - Inescapable End
N.M. Brown - Extra-Curricular Clone
Nerisha Kemraj - Asylum
Nerisha Kemraj - Mine
P.J. Blakey-Novis - A Friend for Ellie
P.J. Blakey-Novis - Captive
Paul D. Brazill - Swamplands
Regina Kenney - Fantasy
RJ Meldrum - Livestock
RJ Meldrum - Phantom
RJ Meldrum - Summer Snow
Robin Braid - Blood in the Moonlight
Robin Braid - Undead Champion
Ron Davis - The Job Interview
Ross Baxter - Eternal Life
Ross Jeffery - Poached Egg
Russell Smeaton - Bus Home
Ryan Colley - Cattle
Ryan Colley - Memory Stick
Ryan Colley - Ride-Hailing
Sheldon Woodbury - A Prison Inside Us
Sheldon Woodbury - The Museum of Horrors
Simon Cluett - Lanterns
Stacey Jaine McIntosh - Blood and Bone
Steve Stred - Open Call
Steve Stred - Terra
Terry Miller – To Feed a Monster
Theresa Jacobs - Armageddon
Timothy Friesenhahn - Hair
Timothy Friesenhahn - I
Tina Piney - Awaken to Death <
What miracles can more than one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
More than three hundred 100-word drabbles from around the world.
Featuring: Zoey Xolton, Umair Mirxa, Shawn M. Klimek, Gabriella Balcom, Stacey Jaine McIntosh, Terry Miller, Stuart Conover, Stephen Herczeg, Patrick Winters, David Rae & Galina Trefil... + 66 other talented international authors!