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Pulp Harvest: A Horror Anthology Kindle Edition
The fifth anthology from Blood Rites Horror brings serial killers and slashers ploughing relentlessly through the harvest season. Follow us from the death of summer to the aftermath of Halloween Night as we pay homage to the iconic slasher films and stories of the late twentieth century. Twelve fantastic stories from twelve of the bloodiest names in horror, including:
"The Cat's Meat Man" by Jack Harding
"You'll See Me When the Leaves Fall" by Carla Eliot
"Back to St. Mary's" by Aiden Merchant
"Thresher Creeping, Blood Moon Weeping" by Alana K. Drex
"Life of a Knife" by Jeremy Megargee
"Win Big or Get Dead" by Nikki R. Leigh
"Animals in Ink" by Nicole Lynn
"Someone Forgot to Smile" by Spencer Hamilton
"Hallowed Killer" by Julie Hiner
"The Eyes Have It" by D.A. Butcher
"Desert Road" by E. Reyes
"Sweating in the Winter" by Leeroy Cross James
Strap in for some gory homages and new classics in our best anthology yet. Look out for more anthologies from Blood Rites Horror, and head to bloodriteshorror.com for updates on our new and upcoming releases.
- ASIN : B09G3C5P2V
- Publisher : Blood Rites Horror (September 12, 2021)
- Publication date : September 12, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 4509 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 217 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,024,647 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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"You'll See Me When the Leaves Fall" by Carla Eliot concerns the urban legend of the "bandaged-head man" and the terror he inflicts on a small English town.
"Back to St. Mary's" by Aiden Merchant was a delight, featuring the same psychotic antiheroine as his short work "Crimson Road: Faces" from his superb collection, Kill for Them. I hope he has many more stories of Violet to come.
"Thresher Creeping, Blood Moon Weeping" by Alana K. Drex slowly reveals its twists and turns in a story of two generations of murderous women.
Nicole Lynn brings us the brief, but incredibly well written, "Animals in Ink," about a psychic waitress and the serial killer who shows up at her bar.
All of Spencer Hamilton's Smileyland stories are real treats. His "Someone Forgot to Smile" is no exception. For more stories of Smileyland, check out Harper's previous collection, Welcome to the Funhouse, or Hamilton's e-book, "Welcome to Smileyland."
D.A. Butcher's "The Eyes Have It" and E. Reyes's "Desert Road" both concern friends being picked off in isolated, rural locations.
These were my favorites, but really, every story in this collection was outstanding. I highly recommend this one to all horror fans, but slasher fans in particular. I can't wait to see what else these authors can do.
I love picking up a @bloodriteshorror anthology because I know I’m going to get a solid bunch of short stories, sure to entertain. Pulp Harvest is the goriest collection yet, perfect for spooky season👻
As always, the editing was excellent and the authors were a talented mix of familiar and new-to-me names (listed below). Look them all up, they deserve the attention👏👏👏
The stories ran from dark and disturbing to cheesy and even a bit humorous. If that seems odd for a horror collection, I recommend you watch some Nightmare on Elm Street movies to see exactly how a story can make you laugh, roll your eyes, and still haunt your dreams😅
As with any collection, some stories stood out to me personally and I’ve listed them below, by order of appearance.
The Cat’s Meat Man by Jack Harding
Animals in Ink by Nicole Lynn
Someone Forgot to Smile by Spencer Hamilton
Hallowed Killer by Julie Hiner
The Eyes Have It by D.A. Butcher (I know Spencer loved that twist lol)
One other note of appreciation for @bloodriteshorror and @jay.writeshorror (formerly known as Nick Harper) - I absolutely adore the LGBTQIA+ inclusion in your stories and authors🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️
Jack Harding @rocket.man.reads
Carla Eliot @writecarla
Aiden Merchant (can’t tag but IG handle is aidenmerchant.official
Alana K. Drex @alana.k.drex
Jeremy Megargee @xbadmoonrising
Nikki R. Leigh @spinetinglers
Nicole Lynn @nicole.lynn.writer
Spencer Hamilton @nerdywordsmith
Julie Hiner @killersanddemons
D.A. Butcher @d.a.butcher_author
E. Reyes @ereyesauthor
Leeroy Cross James @leeroycrossjames
I'd be hard-pressed to pick a favorite out of these stories, as all of them were inventive in the way their characters met their end, descriptive with the gore and violence, and relentless with action and suspense. This book grabs you like a stranger in the night, a stranger with a menacing blade, daring you to turn the page.
Another solid collection by some solidly talented indie authors. Go get your copy now!
“The Cat’s Meat Man” by Jack Harding
“Life of A Knife” by Jeremy Megargee
“Animals in Ink” by Nicole Lynn
And “Someone Forgot to Smile” by Spencer Hamilton
Top reviews from other countries
From kicking off with 'The Cat's Meat Man' by Jack Harding, through 'Animals in Ink', 'Someone Forgot to Smile' and 'Desert Road' you have a good collection of short stories from the horror genre and certainly authors to follow.