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About Hanna Elizabeth
Hanna Elizabeth started her career at the tender age of eight making up a whole new world in her diary where her alter ego did outlandish things for pure shock value. She did this because she suspected her parents of peeking. Whether they actually were or not remains a mystery.
One to always put herself in other's shoes, and much to the shock and concern of her family, she moved on to writing long-form poetry that told stories much too deep, way too mature, and sometimes downright bizarre to come from the then, twelve-year-old.
Fast forward to adulthood, when she told her parents she was going to be an author, her mother said, “Of course you are dear. What else would you be?” Hanna has lamented the wasted years in between when she didn’t know what she wanted to do with her life, finally conceding that she should have asked her mother.
Her interests, outside of shocking her parents, include reading, cover design, interior design, editing, proofreading, playing video games, watching reruns of her favorite sci-fi shows, and hanging out in her pool.
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With the help of her visions and a mysterious book handed down through the centuries, she finds herself fighting against time, not only to save those she loves, but for the survival of future generations.
Angels and demons await us at the crossroads of our decisions. In the light of day, our choices seem rational. Masters of our own fate, we control the future. In the dead of night, second thoughts plague the mind and doubts torment the hapless.
Let DeadPixel Publications take you to places where choices lead to the unexpected and bizarre. Eleven writers explore those pivotal moments where fateful decisions have profound consequences. Hope and horror, regret and adventure, passion and murder. Sometimes, the angels of our better nature abandon us to our own folly. And once and a while, they give us a kick in the ass.
In THE MAN UPSTAIRS, Hanna Elizabeth cooks up a ghost story flavored with dashes of wit, humor, and a generous spoonful of old fashioned revenge.
The Wild West is given a supernatural face in THE CAVE, as Brian L. Braden crafts a beautiful, subtly creepy tale steeped in mystery, courage, and death.
Robert Brumm takes on immortality in MY DEAD FRIEND NANCY, reminding us to be careful what we wish for.
In THE LIGHTGIVER, Thomas Cardin takes us into an intriguing world where a slave's escape from sinister overlords begins a descent into darkness that reveals his own inner light.
ALTITUDE SICKNESS by C.M. Saunders is a white-knuckle account of fate and revenge at 35,000 feet.
In PRISM, John Gregory Hancock introduces a reluctant fantasy hero who is forced into mystery and adventure.
And finally, in THE BALLAD OF AZRON BEZRON, Steven Wetherell shares a witty tale about a thief grudgingly sent on a hero’s quest.
One or more of the stories in this book contain language meant for adults. If you’re easily offended by curse words and are quick to write negatives reviews based solely on them, this might not be the book for you.
DeadPixel Publications is just a bunch of people with day jobs, writing for the pure love of the craft and hoping for a little success along the way. By joining forces we help promote each other and create a community of sharing and collaboration with one goal in mind: Helping the public find some kick ass books to read (if we do say so ourselves).
*some sexual content and strong language.
(Dead Zone was originally published in the DeadPixel Publications anthology “Terrible Cherubs")
*Note this story was previously published by DeadPixel Publications in Flying Toasters, minus a "behind the scenes" by the author.