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About Lisa Finch
Lisa Finch lives in Forest, Ontario. She writes stories, all kinds of stories. You can find her work in several anthologies, fiction and non fiction. Her family includes her wonderful husband, Chris, and their three great kids, Hailey, Matthew and Ben. She has several interests, loves a good book, a hot cup of tea, and a long walk (possibly through a cemetery). Her website is: www.finchtales.webs.com
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Though these terrors stem from children, the stories are not for them. From the dark to boogeymen to real life horrors, there is no innocence here.
Featuring stories from Adrian Ludens, Alex Schvartsman, Adan Ramie, James Shoberg, Jill Corddry, Robin Kirk, Kurt Newton, Stanley Webb, Shannon Iwanski, Kristin J Cooper, Eric Blair, Amanda Davis, Michael Schutz-Ryan, Lonnie Bricker, Stephanie Madan, Jack Burgos, John Biggs, Kerry B. Black, M.J. Pack, Shenoa Carroll-Bradd, Ian Shoebridge, Mary Pletsch, Lisa Finch, and Douglas Ford covering everything from the monsters under the bed, to the skeletons in the closet, and all of the little fears and insecurities that drive people to become monsters.
- Holly Berry Dreams, in which a young girl hangs holly leaves above the doorway as a sign of better times to come while waiting for her father to return from war
- PJ Presents, featuring a single mom who enlists her neighbor to leave new pajamas on the front porch every Christmas Eve to surprise her children
- Too Much Christmas, in which a young mother buys up all the leftover tags on the Giving Tree, leaving her with too many tags and too little money
- Christmas Diaries, featuring a Scottish family who exchanges a diary every Christmas with their extended family in Germany that details the highlights of the past year
With touching stories like these, this book is the perfect gift to commemorate old traditions and create new traditions—for many Christmases to come.
Theater B is a collection of short stories written in the same vein as the classic B movies that we fell in love with for their utter lack of shame. They are orgasms of creativity, sluicing imagination from every orifice. They are monuments to the raw idea, bereft of filter, spawned to electrify, to terrify, and to nauseate.
Don’t be afraid; you’re in good hands. These stories will walk you through challenging times and won’t shy away from making you feel it. After all, that’s what the business of being human is, a challenge; but they also never let you forget that behind all of this turmoil is a glimpse of hope.
Just like a broken skyline.
Sarah Laurenson, Elizabeth M. Lawrence, Desirée Lee, D.K. Mason, Eileen Matsumuro, JT Norton, Mysti Parker, Roxe Anne Peacock, Leona Pence, D.J. Pitsiladis, Pearl Prokopowicz, Sandra Riley, Riley Ross, Vivian Samuel, P.D. Shaw, Kally Jo Surbeck, M.J. Sydney, Beth Tully, Carol R. Ward, Alex Westhaven