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About Jude Reid
Jude lives in Scotland and writes to fill the gaps between full time work, running after her kids and trying to wear out a border collie. She loves Zombies, Run, ITF Tae Kwon Do, playing D and D and drinks a powerful load of coffee.
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A Warhammer Crime Anthology
Return to the mean streets of Varangantua for another taste of just how grim life can be for the average Imperial citizen in the 41st Millennium.
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Seven seemingly disconnected stories from some of your favourite authors weave together into a nightmarish glimpse of desperation, poverty, and the powerful elites who keep it that way.
Varangantua is in turmoil.
After the district of Korsk is obliterated in a fiery cataclysm, the city’s enforcers must pick up the pieces. As sanctioner teams comb the wreckage for survivors, dogged probators such as Agusto Zidarov and Lycia Calix seek to uncover the truth about what happened. Their stories become intertwined with those of petty criminals and desperate citizens, even drawing the vaunted attention of agents beyond Alecto itself, painting a picture of sprawling conspiracy.
But while the calamity means death and destitution for many, others take advantage of the chaos to gain wealth or position within the city’s byzantine hierarchies. With Varangantua’s place in the wider Imperium at stake, will the truth about the disaster come to light, or will it be buried in the rubble along with thousands of bodies?
This Warhammer Crime anthology contains seven brand-new stories featuring both new and established characters from the city-sprawl of Varangantua.
– The Bones of the Martyrs by Jude Reid
– Carrion Call by Noah Van Nguyen
– Against Entropy by Guy Haley
– Servant of the Righteous by Graham McNeill
– Skin Deep by Darius Hinks
– Angels in the Gutter by Alec Worley
– Outside Powers by Chris Wraight
An evil from beyond the stars haunts a young boy and his father at Roswell Airbase. The survivors of a sunken warship take refuge on a deserted island, and discover they are not alone. And terror checks in at an old motel, when a vacationing family finds themselves trapped in an ancient curse…
Scare Street journeys into the night to bring you a new volume of skin-crawling terror. This macabre collection contains thirteen chilling tales of supernatural horror. And each story will sweep you away to a world of dark dreams and fantastical nightmares…
Some believe that if you see yourself die in your dreams, then your heart will stop. But that’s just an old wives’ tale, isn’t it? After all, the icy chill of death lurks within every story in this ghastly tome. And your heart hasn’t stopped yet.
In fact, with each turn of the page, you can hear it beating faster and faster…
This bone-chilling supernatural collection contains:
1. Live Bait by Jude Reid
2. The Hungry Worm by Michael D. Nye
3. The Magician Needs a Volunteer by Matt Brandenburg
4. Lab Incident, 1947 by Martin Zeigler
5. A House Divided by M. B. Vujacic
6. Sundown and Shadows by Michelle Tang
7. The Old Coach Inn by Kris Ashton
8. Ashes to Ashes by Robert Douglas
9. Folie-a-Deux by Gina Easton
10. Do Something Funny by Clark Boyd
11. Fertile Soil by Brian Sperl
12. Night Dive by Drew Starling
13. Home Sick by Ron Ripley
Up in the attic, a bedtime story outlives its storyteller.
A city boy visits his country cousins and stumbles on a terrifying family secret.
From a film set in the Arizona desert, to an overgrown rambling old house in the Florida swamps, to the dusty streets of a small Mexican town, the stories in this volume plunge the reader into the shadows of a world almost forgotten by modern fables of cold science and bright sunlight. They are the brushed over voices who call a warning to those who would comfort themselves in the thought that monsters aren’t real, and those things can’t happen here. Stories We Tell After Midnight Volume 2 offers up tales of revenge, of hunger, and of the horror that stalks you just beyond the glow of your cell phone light, but only to those who dare turn the page…
*Table of Contents*
Bedtime Tales ~ Nicola Lombardi / trans. J. Weintraub
Baby Gray ~ Gregory L. Norris
Iron Teeth ~ Jude Reid
Victoria ~ Jay Caselberg
Family Line ~ Michele Tracy Berger
Primary Manifestations ~ Laura E. Price
Cameraman ~ Joe Scipione
Seek, Don't Hide ~ Liam Hogan
Hey Diddle Diddle ~ Jeff Samson
The Cleaning Lady ~ Samantha Bryant
Whisper Wood ~ Eddie Generous
Last Shot ~ Tim Jeffreys
False Confession ~ Joseph Rubas
The Curse of the Cucuy ~ Pedro Iniguez
The Cut-Mouth Woman and Me ~ Elizabeth Davis
(and I feel fine) ~ EJ Sidle
Mouths to Feed ~Solange Hommel
Red Rover, Red Rover ~ Larina Warnock
Cell Phone Lights ~ T.M. Starnes
Lamina ~ Eliza Master
The Terrible Teddies ~ Priya Sridhar
The Thing All These Relationships Have in Common Is You ~ DeAnna Knippling
Field Trip ~ J.L. Knight
The Bugs Come Out at Night ~ Mike Sullivan
A granddaughter learns about family obligations.
A woman, reborn, masters her full power.
In the cold, midwinter nights, an ancient incarnation of holiday nightmares comes for them all.
Mother Krampus: Midnight Bites presents three novellas of Christmas tradition and terror—family, friends, and the monsters that hide in the darkness and shadows cast by the pretty, blinking lights...
In this anthology of short stories, we have both uplifting and incredibly depressing stories, but each one is entertaining and thought provoking. They span just about all the realms of speculative fiction, so you'll sure to find a story that fits your niche. Enjoy!
Contributors include: Daniel Ausema, George Alan Bradley, Sue Burke (award-nominated author), Scott J. Couturier, Andrew Leon Hudson, Matthew Hughes (fan favorite!), James Maxstadt, Jeremy Megargee, Lena Ng, Jez Patterson, Kat Pekin, P.J. Richards, Jude Reid, Shana Scott, Christopher Stanley, & N.E. White
You know them. Those girls that aren't quite like everyone else. Those girls who stand out in the crowd. Those girls that dare to be different. Those girls are dangerous.
In Strange Girls, twenty-one authors dare to tackle what makes the girls in this collection different. Vampires, selkies, murderous mermaids, succubus, and possessed dolls take center stage in these short stories that are sure to invoke feelings of quiet terror and uneasiness in the reader. Following the successful debut of Women in Horror anthology with My American Nightmare, Strange Girls is the sophomore effort to showcase these talented women in a genre that is often dominated by the male gaze.
Dare to take a walk on the dark side.
Stories in the Anthology:
24 Hour Diner by Charlotte Platt
Sideshow by Jude Reid
The Doll's House by Alyson Faye
Blood by Red Claire
Self-Portrait with Pears by Rachel Bolton
Personal Demons by Angelique Fawns
Friends with Benefits by E.F. Schraeder
Night Terrors by Angela Sylvaine
The Girl Who Never Stopped Bleeding by Sam Lauren
Leda and the Fly by Marnie Azzarelli
Jenny's Bobo by Hillary Lyon
Extinguishing Fireflies by Rebecca Rowland
The Eyes of the Dead by Danielle R. Bailey
My Mirror Wife by Ash Tudor
Pattern of Faerytales by Azzurra Nox
Campfire Tales: The Bloody Rings by Emma Johnson-Rivard
Cracked by Regan Moore
Angel of Death by Phoebe Jane Johnson
Her Garden Grows by Maxine Kollar
Revival by Madison Estes
A Song Only She Can Hear by Wondra Vanian
Tribal Influence by Erica Ruhe
A nurse wakes up in a hospital basement surrounded by the bodies of her coworkers and finds herself waging a desperate battle for survival against an unseen enemy. An introverted artist’s hermitage upon a private space station is interrupted by a multi-limbed alien intent on absorbing him. A woman stalked by a sadistic killer through an apocalyptic landscape decides to make one last defiant stand against her tormentor, or become his next work of living art.
And many more stories…
Featuring works by: Scotty Milder, Michelle Tang, Amelia Gorman, S.R. Miller, Jude Reid, Maggie Slater, J.C. Martinez, Richard Beauchamp, P.L. McMillan, M.J. Mars, Jay Wilburn, Eric J. Guignard. Published by Dark Peninsula Press. Edited by Aric Sundquist. Cover artwork by Mikio Murakami.
For whatever your interest in the paranormal, we all love a good ghost story and this collection brings you 16 of the best from the most talented new writers – especially selected for this book from hundreds of stories worldwide.
From a reservoir in Scotland to an opulent Italian hotel to a drab apartment block in New York State, ghosts are everywhere.
Dip your toe, if you dare, and find out what lies beneath the covers. You’ll find the dead reaching out from the past for help as well as those with vengeance on their mind. And there’s always the one who doesn’t even realise they’re dead…
It’s a collection of modern paranormal fiction at its spine-chilling best – a must read not only for fans of horror but anyone who loves a good ghost story.
The full list of contributing authors is:
1. Jude Reid
2. Mike Sherer
3. John Mueter
4. Ali Habashi
5. Sue Eaton
6. Phillip Drake
7. Matthew Gorman
8. Eryn Hiscock
9. C.M. Saunders
10. Angelique Fawns
11. Christopher Wilson
12. C.E. Rickard
13. Phillip Tomasso
14. Donna L. Greenwood
15. Jill Hand
16. J.A.W. McCarthy
It's not just the weather outside that's frightful! This holiday-themed anthology features 30 shocking and unnerving stories and poems to spread holiday fear. Wight Christmas subverts Christmas tropes, spinning new traditions around murder and monsters, cannibalism and the occult, hostile takeovers and indentured servitude, and yes, even wights.
Wight Christmas includes work by:
- Chris Campeau
- Warren Brown
- Matt Singleton
- Jon Hansen
- Y Len
- Dexter McLeod
- C.L. Holland
- Stephen Oliver
- Martin Munks
- Brandon Ketchum
- John Lance
- Tim McDaniel
- James Blakey
- Joshua Harding
- Shelly Lyons
- Andrew Majors
- Rainie Zenith
- Kara Race-Moore
- Carson Buckingham
- David F. Shultz
- Donna J. W. Munro
- Rhian Bowley
- Rio Murphy
- Alice Loweecey
- Stephen Howard
- David Tallerman
- Jude Reid
- Karen Walker
- Olin Wish
- Sarah Crabtree