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About R. A. Goli
R.A. Goli is an Australian reader, writer, gamer and sometime hiker. She writes horror, fantasy, speculative fiction and erotic horror. Hobbies include bugging her pets and husband.
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From a young age, we are fascinated by the fiendish and furry, the creepiest critters, the naughty and the nasty…and the nightmares that climb out of our toy boxes.
Here, condensed into 500 words, authors tell us tales of bloodthirsty dolls, grotesque puppets, and cutthroat stuffed toys—and they don’t disappoint!
Amelia Winterhart by A.H. Syme
Wound Up by Andrew Kurtz
Bear Witness by Beth W. Patterson
Frozen Smile by C.A. Goodwin
The Soul Doll by Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer
Doh! by Chris Hewitt
Chatty Cathy by Diana Allgair
Twelve Steps by Diane Arrelle
Mister-Man by Eric Butler
Hit and Run by Erik Handy
My Little Monica by Hari Navarro
Springety-slink by Ian Fortey
The Eyes Know by J.W. Garrett
Let’s Play a New Game… by Jasmine Jarvis
Shock-in-a-Box by Jodi Jensen
Teddy Bear Picnic by K.T. Tate
The Tinker’s Dame by Kimberly Rei
A Wonderful Toy by L.T. Emery
Doodles by L.T. Ward
The Matryoshka by Mackenzie Hurlbert
Emily by Majanka Verstraete
The Dad Doll by Martin Fisher
Bad Hare Day by Maxine Churchman
Killer Performance by Meera Dandekar
Kah May-may Oo-nye by Megan Willette
Sounds of the Farm by Michelle Brett
Harvey Danger by Morgan Chalfant
Orville and the Bug by Jay Alexander
Love, Grammy by Patrick J. Gallagher
Sprung by Patrick Winters
Dice and Decisions by Peter J. Foote
Jack-in-the-Box by R.A. Goli
Show and Tell by Raven Corinn Carluk
Burn by Rich Rurshell
The Onyx Doll by Sarah Matthews
Lifelike by Scott McGregor
We all have a fascination for things that scare us—the thrill, the heart-stopping jump scares, the terrifying suspense. From the youngest age, we’re fascinated by the fiendish and furry, the creepiest critters, the naughty and the nasty. Horror is all around us, from the clowns who hide under our bed, to the things we might drag up from the brook at the bottom of the garden, and the zombies who crawl our streets.
As author, Megan Feehley, so beautifully says; there is beauty just before the terror…a silken breath taken before the spill of righteousness…the warmth of a licking flame preceding the scald.
So, close the drapes, check the locks, turn on all the lights and get comfortable. But don’t close your eyes…
Never close your eyes...
Featuring: Chase Morgan, Malin James, Silas Bliss, Sommer Marsden, Daily Hollow, Terrance Aldon Shaw, Jordan Castillo Price, Dahlia Lovejoy, Janine Ashbless, Jean Roberta, Emily Bingham, Rose de Fer, Dee Maselle, Rachel Woe, Josie Jordan, Eva Hore, R.A. Goli, Tamsin Flowers, Melina Greenport, Sonni de Soto, Elliot DeLocke, Landon Dixon, Michael Lewis, Janie James, Brantwijn Serrah, Emmanuelle de Maupassant, M.L. Doyle, Brown Sugar, and Dorothy Freed.
This is a collection not for the squeamish or faint hearted - be prepared to have your spine tingled: this is not a book to be read alone, at night. But here you’ll also meet wonders, including fairies who wield snow and a horse that rides on the air; you’ll participate in a mermaid orgy and see how sensuality can lead to predicting the future.
Including the award-winning story ‘A Flicker of Time’, this collection displays the creative talents of the Australian author R. A. Goli - a rising star in the fiction world.
As a champion of emerging writers, you'll always find works by debut authors in our publications, as well new pieces from established and best-selling authors. We hope you enjoy the hard work that has been put into these tiny tales.
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Connie R. Watson
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John A. DeMember
John H. Dromey
Joshua D. Taylor
Lynne Lumsden Green
Paul Alex Gray
Paula R.C. Readman
Raven Corinn Carluk
Rickey Rivers Jr.
Rowanne S. Carberry
Shawn M. Klimek
Vonnie Winslow Crist
William J. Joel
Lose a few hours as you explore limitless time.
If You Survive the Trip by A.J. Culey
Second Chances by Alannah K. Pearson
The Colour Adjacent by Alistair Crowe
So Much for Versailles by Averie Prince
The Sweater by Beth Gaydon
Paradox by Callum Pearce
Saving Gran by Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer
Tomorrow Is Today's Yesterday by Chisto Healy
Living History by Chris Bannor
Payforward by Chris Hewitt
When Tomorrow Comes by Chris Hewitt
The Test by D.J. Elton
Redeemer by David Green
Eternally Yours by Delaney McCormick
Rectify by Denver Grenell
History Lesson by Donna Cuttress
Chance by E. Dwyer
The Light at the End by Erik Handy
Betrayed by Fiona M. Campbell
Collateral Loss by Fulvio Gatti
School Regret by Gary Rubidge
Knock on Wood by Gregg Cunningham
Tulle and Tears by Helen Merrick
Slip by Ian Fortey
Almost Home by J.A. Goss
Untimely Tripping by J.B. Wocoski
A Second Chance by J.D.B. Wolf
Death's End by J.W. Garrett
Medieval Tournaments, Inc. by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
The Tenth Second by James Pyles
One Way Ticket by Jodi Jensen
The End of Known Time by K.B. Elijah
Killing Time by K.T. Tate
Time and again by K.T. Tate
Antikythera by Kathleen Halecki
Sunday Afternoons by Kayleigh Maddocks
Choice and Consequence by Kimberly Rei
Me Three by L.J. Beck
The Devil is in the Detail by L.T.
Featuring: Zoey Xolton, Stacey Jaine McIntosh, Cindar Harrell, Terry Miller, Delaney McCormick, Beth W. Patterson, Umair Mirxa, Jo Seysener, Eddie D. Moore, Gabriella Balcom, N. M. Brown, Aron Beauregard, Nerisha Kemraj, G. Allen Wilbanks… + 44 other talented international authors!
Ghosts. The souls of the dead. Tied by gossamer threads—trapped between this world and the next, just beyond the veil.
Sometimes death isn’t the end. Sometimes it's just the beginning.
Find the Child by B.F.Vega
Vacancy by Chris Bannor
One of These Days by Chris Hewitt
Judgement Call by Darlene Holt
Be With Me by David Green
The Girl by David Green
Freely Given by Eric Butler
Hide and Seek by Helen Merrick
No Man’s Land by J.M. Faulkner
Until Death by J.W. Garrett
The Well Spirit by Jay Alexander
Hangman’s Ledge by Jodi Jensen
Lost at the Crossroads by Kate Campbell
Oil Slick Eyes by Kimberly Rei
Morning Tea by L.J. McLeod
The Haunted Ones by Leanbh Pearson
The Promise by Lynne Lumsden Green
The Mineshaft by Lynne Phillips
The Thanksgiving Dinner by Lynne Phillips
Vandal by Maxine Churchman
Dessert by Patrick Winters
Witch ‘n Seek by Peter J. Foote
The Ghost Train by R.A. Goli
Love Me Dead by S.O. Green
Before and After by Sarah Jane Justice
The Viridian Hotel by Scott McGregor
The Last Train by Stephanie Scissom
Dressing Room Seven by Warren Benedetto
House of Whispers by Warren Benedetto
Featuring 23 stories about Norse goddesses such as Sigyn, Ran, Idun, Nott, Eir, Angrboda, and many more!
With stories by Cindar Harrell, Victor H. Rodriguez, Christine Morgan, Jade Black, Amelia Sirina, Jane Dougherty, R.A. Goli, Eddie D. Moore, Lisa M. Landreth, Tony Daly, Cassandra Schoeber, Aaron Hwang, Genevieve Gornichec, Matthew Wilson, Nicki J. Markus, by Tahni J. Nikitins, DJ Tyrer, Kari Holloway, Claire Davon, Gerri Leen, Antonius M. Hogebrandt, David W. Landrum, and S. Locke.
The Farewell by Christopher T. Dabrowski
The Jewel by D.J. Elton
Eternity by David Green
Cleaving by Dawn DeBraal
The First Taste of Love by Galina Trefil
Dresden Doll by Hari Navarro
Same Time Next Year by J.W. Garrett
Moon Shadow by Kelly Matsuura
Baba Yaga Makes a Home by McKenzie Richardson
Four Days in an Italian Village by P.A. O'Neil
The Marked by R.A. Goli
Come Fly With Me by R.J. Meldrum
Closing Time by Raven Corinn Carluk
Hush by Stacey Jaine McIntosh
Let Me Go by Stephanie Scissom
Black Bear by Vonnie Winslow Crist
Doll Parts by Ximena Escobar
Midnight Allure by Zoey Xolton
Rainforest Reveries by Zoey Xolton
And who is Death? What does he like—how does he like his tea, does he really like using a scythe, is Death even gendered?
Death can take many forms, reap many souls. Death is unforgiving; yet can be gentle, almost kind. Death is the Ferryman; the driver of a cart with bones rattling against the road; Death is many things, but most importantly, Death is inevitable.
Find out answers to these questions and more, as authors from all over the world pursue Death in this collection of 100-word stories from Black Ink Fiction. When the Reaperman knocks, what will you do?