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About E. H. Night
E. H. Night is a fan of Mysteries and Thrillers, which are both reflected in her writing. She uses her personal experiences for inspiration, finding light in even the darkest of situations. Aside from writing, she can often be found painting or spending time with her family.
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From witches and demons to haunted circuses and deals made with hidden consequences, to ghosts and secrets buried in the past... "Autumn Nights: 12 Chilling Tales for Midnight" brings together the very best in spooky, young adult appropriate, tales to tell under a harvest moon.
Created for those who get excited for Halloween, pumpkin carving, and crisp Fall weather. For those that love the things that go bump in the dark. Do you dream of windy nights and tumbling leaves even while summer days stretch on? Do you want scary bonfire stories with a wide variety of lore? This collection is perfect for you.
Even better- your purchase helps your fellow humans. All profits generated through the sales of this volume of Autumn Nights will be donated to the Feeding America's network of food banks, pantries and meal programs that serve almost every community in the United States -- 40 million people, including 12 million children and 7 million seniors.
These twelve spooky short stories originate from ten outstanding authors to delight your love of Autumn and get the hairs on the back of your neck standing at alert.
"Aurora Borealis" by Cass Kim - The waters of Lake Superior are dark, deep and cold. What secrets come out as the Northern Lights dance in the sky?
"The Glimmerseed" by Jacob Klop - Be wary good folk, for there's no turning back, after a bargain with Carnival Jack.
"Reaper" by Mallory Kelly - Leah is determined to find her four-legged pal and only friend after he vanishes in a cave, but there are demons in the dark, and not all of them are in her head.
"An Unfinished Song" by Nicole Scarano - When the clock strikes midnight on Halloween, Hanna both celebrates her birthday and mourns the anniversary of her mother's death. She believes her life could not grow grimmer, but when hooded figures suddenly surround her house, she realizes the nightmare has only just begun.
"It's the End of the World" by Martin Shannon - Things just don't add up in these unexpected end times.
"The Price" by Helen Whistberry - Everything has a price. Sometimes you just don't know what the price will be until it is too late.
"Candle and Bell" - A Short Story of Salem by K. A. Miltimore - Chloe tries to put the pieces of her life together when she has lost the magic of her mother. A fateful visit to the House of the Seven Gables makes her question what exactly it means to be a witch.
"Nothing but Red" by Meg Holeva - A girl learns some fascinating family history of meddling by a goddess only to transform into something incredible.
"The Summoning" by A.W. Wang - "With apologies to the British and presented for amusement only: one demon lord, one great horned owl, and a night-furred feline..."
"Rings" by E. H. Night - Revenge is worth an eternity.
"A Tenacious Soul" by Jacob Klop - Samuel Florence can sell water to a well, but the Waltons are stubborn as a two-headed mule. If only they had a secret he could use against them...
In search of closure after her grandmother's mysterious death, Alice moves to Wintersburg, completely unaware of the missing women. While shopping at the local grocery store, she sees a Missing Person’s poster on a bulletin board. She examines the photographs and names of the four women listed, but one thing in particular stands out — they all look eerily similar to each other, and to her.
Helen has faced many hardships throughout her nineteen years on earth. One day at the market, she is given an opportunity to change her situation.
But when those plans fall through, will she find safety and comfort in the arms of Peter, the stable-hand? Or will she seek revenge, making those who wronged her pay for their crimes?
A metaphorical look at guilt and depression.
The mind is a strange place full of mystery. It is a labyrinth of emotions, winding and turning without warning, trapping you in its walls if you venture too far into its halls, or if you call out to it too often.
A dangerous but welcoming place, it holds our deepest thoughts—our darkest secrets.
MIND is a very short collection of two separate tales. The first, a metaphor for guilt. The second, a metaphor for depression.
Readable in mere minutes, may you find your way out quickly.