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About Kyle J. Durrant
Kyle J. Durrant was born in 1997 and raised in East Anglia, though has probably spent most of his life exploring fantasy universes and macabre realities. He fell in love with writing at the age of ten and hasn't stopped since.
When not writing, he tends to sit in varying stages of existential dread, or delves into video games, books and movies relating to whatever obsessive phase he is in at the time.
Kyle has written copious amounts of notes for his fictional worlds, which drastically outnumber his completed stories.
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In this anthology, you'll find incredible stories from some of the freshest faces in horror: in My White Star, a bittersweet love story is told through the lens of a chilling spectral haunting; in The Violent Snow, a strange artefact summons more from the blizzard than bargained for; in Everyone to the Table, sickening wishes come true...
Settle in for a cold one. These stories are hard to swallow...
"She Carries the Cosmos" Kyle J. Durrant
"I Will Devour You" Spencer Hamilton
"Windows to Your Soul" Carla Eliot
"The Stalker" J.D. Wheeldon
"The Turon" Cass Oakley
"zombie.com" Marcus Hawke
"The Giant of Goneglade" David Burchell
"God of Plenty" Nicole Lynn
"The Mission" Liam Blunt
"I Fought the Devil" Morgan Chalfant
"The Great White Winter Reef" Robin Grieve
Grab a copy and help us raise money for Cancer Research as well as enjoying a fantastic selection of cosmic horrors and more. Look out for more anthologies from Blood Rites Horror and visit us at bloodriteshorror.com and on Instagram @bloodriteshorror for more.
Lovecraftiana: the Magazine of Eldritch Horror - Lammas Eve 2021
Featuring the works of
Kyle J Durrant
John M McCormick
David A Riley
Dawson Alexander Wohler
Peter Emmett Naughton
Mike T Lyddon
Unfathomable gods who snatch unaware innocents from reality.
Sinister books that drive family men to murder.
Explore these horrors and more in thirteen frightful tales from the mind of Kyle J Durrant, which examine the dark forces that converge upon our world from beyond dimensional veils.
This three part short horror story follows an unnamed narrator as he revisits the most fateful and terrifying dicovery of his submarine career, and reveals that Atlantis is not the wondrous discovery we believe it will be.