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About Delia Rai
Born in Transylvania, Delia has always been fascinated by tales of horror, fantasy and the supernatural. She grew up in a house with a black and white TV, no phone, and a full bookcase.
More than a decade ago Delia swapped the seasons for a perpetual summer and now lives in Thailand, where the food is spicy and wildlife still creeps into the garden. She doesn’t watch TV, her bookshelves have multiplied and she’s sad to admit that all those years not using a phone have finally caught up with her.
You can find her flash fiction and book reviews at wrongspelling.com and her pictures on Instagram under the name booksinbangkok. Facebook: Postcards from Asia. Twitter: Postcards_Asia.
Her short story, The Door, is part of "Descent into Darkness", a horror anthology.
Delia is currently working on a short story collection and her first fantasy novel.
Murder and monsters...
Demons and forces of evil...
Ghosts and urban legends...
Dive into the darkness with twenty tales of terror that will keep you awake long after the lights go out.
A horror anthology featuring several best-selling and award-winning authors from around the globe, "Descent into Darkness" contains a variety of terrifying short stories and novellas.
Baba by Tony Urban
Blood Note by Sylvester Barzey
Nail Gun Glissando by Steve Vernon
The Evil in Devil’s Creek by Paul B. Kohler
What’s Been Keeping Me Awake by Amanda Luzzader
Mark of Perdition by R. L. Blalock
The Sun Makes Me Turn Purple by Gretta Penelope
Send in the Clowns by David J. Schmidt
The Nine Lives of Captain Osborne by E.E. Isherwood
If They Want to Die, Let ‘em by L J Parker
Simon Says by Rachel McClellan
The Door by Delia Rai
Thirteen Horses by C.A. Verstraete
Zombie Apocalypse by Max Lockwood
Fetch by Joe Jackson
Knock, Knock by Cindy Carroll
His Model Son by Brian J.W. Lee
Ascension by G M Sherwin
Through a Dark Wood by Shayne Rutherford
Lock and Key by Patrick Logan