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About Sandra Stephens
Tattooed vegan dog lover writing in and about the Pacific Northwest & Alaska.
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Your worst nightmares come true.
Razor-sharp teeth. Vicious claws. The soul-piercing eyes that stare you down right before it pounces. What will you do when it’s you against a purveyor of pure evil? You think it’s just a dream? Think again. These nightmare creatures have transcended the pages of the books they were written into, they’ve ripped their way from the silver screen, and now they are coming for you. There is nowhere to hide—they will find you. But the question remains. Do you have what it takes to conquer the beast or will you let it destroy you?
The Better Off Dead series delves into the farthest corners of your mind, where your deepest, darkest fears lurk. These masters of horror will haunt your dreams and stalk your nightmares, taking you to the edge of sanity before pushing you to the brink of madness!
With stories by Scotty Milder, Elana Gomel, Hannah O'Doom, Scott Harper, Bridgett Nelson, Brian Asman, Sandra Stephens, Henry Herz, R.E. Sargent, Red Lagoe, Frank Beghin, Kevin M. Folliard, Steven Pajak, Matthew R. Davis. Foreword by Bram Stoker nominated author Jeff Strand.
Funny, touching, titillating and suspenseful, there's a story for every adult reader in For Whom the Bell Trolls, a unique, illustrated "antrollogy" by 24 international authors. Arranged from light to meaty fare, the book's "menu" offers up fanciful and farcical stories, family-oriented tales, romance, mystery, even magically surreal literary stories -- starring all sorts of trolls, from the all-too-real Internet variety to the man-eating, bridge-dwelling trolls of legend.
Six long reads from six very different writers for you to enjoy.
S J Townend reveals the reasons why Visiting Granddad is not a desirable thing to do…
Sandra Stephens writes of The Smeller Feller, something to fear… a being who can uncover your sins by smell alone… there is no escape…
Karl Melton invites you to drive into and experience the dust storm and the horror creatures that come with it…
Diane Arrelle has a story of the sadness caused by people only thinking of themselves and bringing disaster to one of life’s incredibly delicate people…
Philip J. Thomas reveals the murderous secrets of the Dark Day at the Renaissance Fair…
Paul Edwards takes us to Where the Wounded Trees Wait as the screen closing off the past is abruptly broken and old wars feel like new ones again…
Gravestone Press brings you the best stories they can find. Look out for more anthologies from us.