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About Matthew Stott
Matthew Stott writes strange stories.
Influenced by the likes of seminal TV show 'Doctor Who', and writers Neil Gaiman and Stephen King, he crafts stories full of creep, wonder, and fantasy.
Matthew Stott has scares to tell.
Find him on Twitter: @MattStottWrites
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In this title in the acclaimed 'Future Chronicles' series of speculative fiction anthologies created by award-winning author Samuel Peralta, the destination is the B-Movie—the realm of the outlandish and the macabre, the strange and the unexpected.
Enter the forbidden valley with some of the most imaginative authors writing today. They've twisted their craft to tackle the most irreverent and unlikely stories they can muster under the influence of alcohol and various over-the-counter hallucinogens... No apologies, no prisoners, just a 100% pure off-Hollywood thrill-ride.
Get ready for the drive-in of your life. Get ready for "Chronicle Worlds: B-Movie."
"The best place to discover new SF authors, I think, is any of the anthologies coming from Samuel Peralta"
-- Hugh Howey, NY Times bestselling author of Wool
"A powerful new voice in speculative fiction"
-- Nick Webb, USA Today bestselling author of the Legacy Fleet trilogy
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Created by award-winning author Samuel Peralta, and edited by some of the most-respected editors in the genre, The Future Chronicles is the #1 bestselling anthology series that brings together work from visionary new voices and from the grandmasters of modern speculative fiction.
Its unique take on major science fiction and fantasy themes - A.I., aliens, time travel, robots, dragons, telepaths, zombies, immortality, galactic battles, cyborgs, doomsday - has made it one of the most acclaimed anthology series of the digital era.
One day, Melody May begins to disappear from view. Her hands, her knees, her face, her everything. A monster’s enchantment has ensnared her, and now Melody must travel across a strange and dangerous land between awake and asleep to reclaim herself; otherwise, in 48 short hours, she will never have existed at all...
The third spooky standalone story in the creepy world of Between.
Night after night, Sam dreams that he has a real life best friend; but when he wakes up, he always seems to forget him. One day he does not forget. One day he remembers. And on that day, the boy comes to stay...
The second spooky standalone story in the creepy world of Between.
Praise for A Monstrous Place:
“Ghoulishly good, one of those gems that is becoming all too rare these days.” ★★★★★
“A great scary story about a fierce/brave/witty young girl fighting creepy monsters in Between.” ★★★★★
“I couldn't put it down. Great read. I loved it!” ★★★★★
Things live between awake and asleep. In the moment after your eyes grow too heavy to stay open, but before the dreams take you...
Molly lives with her Mother in a large, creaking house that she wishes were haunted. There may be no ghosts, but what about monsters? Monsters with an unending appetite that like to steal people away in the black of night.
When, one morning, Molly wakes to find her own Mother missing, she discovers she has a potentially fatal task ahead of her. With only her dead Gran and a retired adventurer by her side, Molly must travel to a dangerous and untrustworthy land somewhere between awake and asleep, before her Mother finds herself planted in a most monstrous garden.