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About R.A. Clarke
R.A. Clarke is a former police officer turned stay-at-home-mom living in Portage la Prairie, MB with two busy boys, a sport-aholic husband, and a couple of quirky dogs. She maintains her sanity by guzzling copious amounts of coffee and diving into fantastic worlds of her own creation.
Rachael loves fulfilling dreams and seeking new inspirations. As an artist, community theatre actor, and writer, her creativity never sleeps. She's currently working on a little bit of a lot... which includes writing a YA fantasy novel, a sci-fi adventure novel, and writing/illustrating picture books (under the name Rachael Clarke). If you have kids, feel free to check out her children's chapter book, The Big Ol' Bike, just released in November, 2020.
You can follow R.A.'s writing adventures and read her multi-genre short fiction on her website: www.rachaelclarkewrites.com.
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Fall Into Fantasy returns with 17 new tales of the magical and supernatural. Join us for stories of old libraries, clockwork creations, magical merfolk, druids, dangerous fae, wizards and witches. Discover love in unique ways and learn if destiny is immutable. We've got a sassy fairy paired with an adventurer and old forgotten gods resurfacing. These stories from returning, and new members, of the Cloaked Press Family will surely help you to escape your reality for a time.
Camilla Andrew - "In Pursuit Of Perfection"
Stephan James - "Death At The Door"
R. A. Clarke - "Finding Mrs. Frintle"
DS Oswald - "Warmth"
Victoria Randall - "The Ferret And The Crow"
Tim Newton Anderson - "Lord Minimus"
Tannara Young - "Azura Of Carentia"
Ian Martinez Cassmeyer - "Boltstone And The Maiden Of Torben"
Andrew P. McGregor - "Clockman Ataron"
MR Wells - "The Chosen One"
A. M. Weald - "Home"
Beth Gaydon - "The Coming-of-Age"
Alex Minns - "The Tinderbox Trap"
Pat Woods - "Wishful Thinking"
R. M. Fanshaw - "The Piper"
Frank Sawielijew - "The Coral Crown"
Brenda Morris - "Aotrom"
The blade slashes then plunges deep into trembling flesh…then the bodies hit the floor.
They stalk their prey from deep in the menacing shadows, poised and ready to strike at the penultimate moment. Their victims unexpectant, unaware, until they wake in dark rooms, dank basements, or on chilly floors stained with the rotting blood of other hapless victims. The stench fills their nostrils and permeates their pores, the bile rising up in their burning throats. They scream and try to escape, but all attempts are futile. Fear dances like spiders down their spines as they hear ominous footsteps approaching—their eyes spread wide in horror as they realize the end is near.
Let the Bodies Hit the Floor is the latest series from Sinister Smile Press, the creators of The Better Off Dead series. These volumes bring you the very best in horror/slasher/stalker/serial killer crime fiction. The more vicious and bloodier, the better. So, put on your pee-pee pants, because you’re in for one hell of a dark, sinister journey.
A Pile of Bodies, A Pile of Heads – Let the Bodies Hit the Floor, Volume 1
Contains stories by Mike Marcus, David Rider, Brian Asman, Bridgett Nelson, Dev Jarrett, K. Mason, Sam Rebelein, Jonathan Rae Rivera, Nick Roberts, R.A. Clarke, Jen Ellwyn, and Ali Seay.
Here’s who you’ll find within its pages.
Shane Porteous “Gathering Genocide”
Barend Nieuwstraten III “Hearthshare”
Alex Minns “The Concealed Witness”
Andrew P. McGregor “Demon Dave: Dinner Time”
Joanne Blondin “Astounding Performances”
James Pyles “Theo Klaggorn, Private Detective”
Anstice Brown “Beneath The Roots”
J. C. Pillard “Three Drops In The Snow”
Linda M. Crate “Flight Of The Fae”
Matthew McKiernan “The Each-Uisge”
Jabe Stafford “Dead Next Door”
Clarissa Gosling “The Genie Of The Ring”
R. A. Clarke “The Brightening”
R. A. Meenan “Some Things Remain”
Marsheila Rockwell “Play It Again, Sem”
They bring you wizards, a magic hat, vampires, and fantastical creatures to tickle your imagination. They explore social media challenges and the powers of a child's imagination.
Come along with us on these journeys. You may just find a new favorite author to follow.
Stories In This Edition:
"The Scribnery" by Jessica Chanese
"First Encounter" by S. A. McKenzie
"Three A.M. Challenge" by David Powell
"The Magnificent Hat" by Bethany A. Perry
"The Prisoner's Cage" by Alex Minns
"World of Your Dreams" by Chris Bauer
"Stardust & Lies" by Mato J. Steger
"Museum of Lost Souls" by David Cleden
"When the Last King Dies" by Jess Ko
"Mr. Regret" by R.A. Clarke
"The Princess in the Tower" by S.E. White
"Slay a Fledgling" by Elyssa Campbell
"The Overlander's Poison" by Amy de la Force
Have you ever seen something—an object, an image, a person, or even an ad on the side of a bus—and gotten struck by an idea? You sat back and smiled, mumbling, “Oh, that’s good…” and immediately scrambled to write it down? Well, scramble no more.
Plucked from the mind of multi-genre short fiction author R.A. Clarke, these 52 original speculative fiction prompts are sure to inspire and spark your creative flame. From dark to light, quirky to horrifying, there’s a little something here for everybody. You’re cordially invited to sift through the pages; take your time, pick and choose... or, if you’re feeling brave, take the 52-Week Challenge.
Whether you’re writing short or long fiction, in the home, class, or office, these prompts work for all manner of creative writing. Just spin, switch, expand, elevate, and transform these concepts into your own, then jot down those shiny new plotlines in the handy note sections provided. Oh, and don’t forget to have fun while you’re at it. Can’t get any simpler than that! So, are you ready to dive in and write that next great story?
Inspiration awaits at the turn of a page.
From the author of Oh, That’s Good… you are cordially invited to peruse 52 more original speculative fiction prompts that are sure to inspire and spark the imagination. From dark to light, spaceships to fairytale creatures, and everything in between, there’s a little something for everyone between the covers. You can zoom through the pages; take your time, pick and choose... or, if you’re feeling brave, take the 52-Week Challenge. Whatever you do, have fun!
Whether you’re writing short or long fiction, in the home, class, or office, these prompts work for all manner of creative writing. Just spin, expand, elevate, and transform the concepts into your own, then jot down your shiny new plotlines in the handy note sections provided.
So, are you ready to find inspiration and write that next great story?