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About Errick Nunnally
Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Errick Nunnally served one tour in the Marine Corps before deciding art school would be a safer—and more natural—pursuit. He strives to develop his strengths in storytelling and remains permanently distracted by art, comics, science fiction, history, and horror. Trained as a graphic designer, he has earned a black belt in Krav Maga with Muay Thai kickboxing after dark. Errick’s successes include: short stories; novels; a comic strip collection, Lost in Transition; and first prize in one hamburger contest. He also has two lovely children and one beautiful wife.
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Goblins roam, ghosts drift through graveyards, children dressed as monsters beg treats and the Reaper collects his dark harvest. Listen carefully and you can hear the screams, or laughter, through the the rush of leaves scattered by the wind.
Halloween Nights gathers some of the brightest stars in the horror Constellation in this all new collection of tales centered around autumnal hauntings guaranteed to add a shiver to the air.
They are tales best whispered, stories of terror, tricks and treats that kids dare not speak aloud, for fear the words might ring too true.
Featuring original tales from Dan Brereton, V. Castro, Billy Chizmar, Richard Chizmar, Christopher Golden, Brian Keene, Bracken Macleod, John McIlveeen, Hilary Monahan, James A. Moore, Errick Nunnally, Mary SanGiovanni, Sheri Sebastian-Gabriel, Jeff Strand, and Trisha J. Wooldridge
“Halloween Nights is a brilliant and disturbing collection of horror tales by some of today’s finest writers. Chilling, unexpected, and unnerving fun!” -Jonthan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of RELENTLESS and V-WARS
The wasteland of abandoned memories, the end of the world or a chance for a new beginning. Be it a personal apocalypse, or one of great cataclysm, the stories that arise from the rubble are tales of aftermath and tales of survival. Bridging the gap between Science Fiction and Horror, the gothic overtones of the apocalyptic imagination are explored to their full extent in these short stories.
After the Fall is a collection of twenty short stories, all apocalyptic or dystopian in nature. Some bringing laughter and others bringing tears, but each unique in its interpretation of the theme.
In this collection you will find...
Casting off by Robert Holtom (Competition winner)
As I sit in a cafe, waiting for a loved one, so I contemplate the end of the world.
Nightshade by Damon DiMarco
Civilization’s death rattle as we succumb to the Nightshade virus in a curious and ironic way.
In Debt by Javier Moyano Perez
A dystopian story about a fictitious America enslaved for eternity by merciless creditors and artificial age preservation.
The Dying and the Desolation by Paul S. Huggins
Drake is alive, man and animal alike have been wiped off the planet by a virilent form of rabies, immune or lucky he must adapt if he wants to survive.
Seen and not Heard by Ilana Masad
A mother's fight to retain her sanity and her illegal, secret, son in the post-nuclear dictatorship she lives in.
They Turn Red Then Black by Spencer Lawes
In a run-down village dependent on a river of garbage, two boys desperately try to find a way to stop their crippled mother being raped by the inhabitants of nearby villages.
Diary of a Zee by Brian LeCluyse
Set in an apocalyptic, dying Austin, Texas and told from the point of view of a vegetarian, pot-smoking, hippie, liberal zombie.
The Ambulancemen by Heather Parry
A world turned on its head; a world where the sirens of an Ambulance are to be feared, not respected.
You Call This an Apocalypse by Errick A. Nunnally
Two foster kids more different than alike, from one of the poorest neighborhoods in Boston during the first day of the zombie apocalypse.
Also in the collection:
Rush Hour by Thomas Brown
Sale of the Century by Liam Brown
We Don’t Go to the River by Jeremy Watssman
All Clear in the Anderton House by Claire Fuller
Over the Vanishing City by Toby Lloyd
Up the Road by Andrew Saxsma
The End of Time by Robert Legg
Stasis by Rebecca Jane Garner
The Comeback Tour by Andrea Mullaney
Anaesthetised by Emma Lyskava
The Remnants of Civilization by Vince Liberato
Foreword by Kelly Gardner
You might have clutched it in your church pew on Sunday mornings. You know the one?
With the pebbled black soft cover, the words HOLY BIBLE stamped in gold ink.
Perhaps it strengthened your faith, comforted you in dark times.
Multiple Bram Stoker Award-nominated John F.D. Taff has assembled a Last Supper of Dark Apostles to turn some of those "good book" parables on their heads--twisting Bible stories into sinister horror tales.
Blasphemous? Heretical? We sincerely hope so.
As you read on, remember one thing, though.
There’s no comfort to be found in The Bad Book.
No comfort at all.
Including stories by
...and many more...
Includes story illustrations by Giuseppe Balestra.
Featuring stories by:
James A Moore
Stephen Mark Rainey
Charles R Rutledge
Mercedes M Yardley
And Classic Stories by:
Arthur Conan Doyle
In short, these stories are Wicked Weird.
Wicked Witches, fiction from New England’s most talented writers: G.D. Dearborn, Barry Lee Dejasu, Peter N. Dudar, Jeremy Flagg, Joshua Goudreau, Catherine Grant, Jan Kozlowski, Patrick Lacey, Izzy Lee, Nick Manzolillo, John McIlveen, Paul McMahon, James A. Moore, Errick A. Nunnally, Ogmios, Suzanne Reynolds-Alpert, Doug Rinaldi, Rob Smales, Morgan Sylvia, K.H. Vaughan, Morven Westfield and Trisha J. Wooldridge
Introduction by Penny Dreadful; Cover art by Mikio Murakami
– Monarch Trillani Persian von Mau, deceased
Cats have inherited the world, unifying their six fractious monarchies after untold centuries. These cats have been uplifted to use tools and language, and they seek to rediscover the ruins of the Old Ones.
Some have learned to use the leftover technology of humanity, but they believe it to be magic given to them by their lost worshippers. Others seek to create a cohesive nation, using Precepts of Mau agreed to after years of political conflict.
The world is dangerous and mysterious, but over the course of these 14 stories, the instincts of a good cat will always prove to be true.
Table of Contents
Introduction by Jeff Strand
"Furious Demon" by Addison Clift
"Spirits" by James A. Moore
"A Night at the Show" by Rob Smales
"Hungry for More" Michael J. Evans
"Bleedthrough" by Gregory L. Norris
"The Basement Legs" by Robert J. Duperre
"Three Fat Guys Soap" by Catherine Grant
"Blood Prophet" by Scott T. Goudsward
"Chuffers" by Paul McMahon
"The Widow Mills" by Trisha J. Wooldridge
"To Chance Tomorrow" by Kristi Petersen Schoonover
"Lycanthrobastards" by Errick A. Nunnally
"The Secret Backs of Things" by Christopher Golden
"The Girl Who Wouldn't Break" by Lucien E.G. Spelman