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About Tony Logan
Four decades ago a black egg hatched and out sprang Tony Logan. Obsessed with horror stories and films, he devoured them all and eventually wanted to create his own. Now he twists and manipulates words intended to terrify. His hellhound Achilles and hellcat Stoker always at his side.
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Jeremy Zentner - Opening Performance
Jodi Jensen - The Depot
Jodie Francis - The Trial of Linda Creed
Meera Dandekar - Post-Earth Selection
Mike Sherer - Timeon Entanglement
Patrick Winters - The Words
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Cellars that lead to torture chambers.
Houses are not always homes.
Those we love the most have a dark side and in this first collection it will be made plainly clear that no secret is safe. Read about abusive parents, generational curses and shameful relatives in this terrifying anthology that brings out the worst in all of us.
Be sure to check out the second collection so that your family can revel in the darkness festering inside their souls.
Featuring Authors: Alanna Robertson-Webb
Amber M. Simpson
C. Marry Hultman
Joshua E. Borgmann
Matthew A. Clarke
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Shallow Waters—where nothing stays buried.
With 25 dark tales diving beneath the surface of life, death, and the pain between them.
Shallow Waters is the official monthly flash fiction challenge hosted by the award-winning Crystal Lake Publishing. Every month a new challenge is posted online, with authors submitting via email. The best submissions are then posted on Crystal Lake’s Patreon page, where patrons read daily entries and vote for the winner. What you’ll find in these Shallow Waters anthologies include the most popular of our finalists.
Stay tuned for more volumes in this series, or find Crystal Lake Publishing on Patreon to enter or vote on future challenges.
Volume two includes horror, thrillers, suspense, and stories of life after death, the supernatural, murder, and the beauty beneath it all.
Introduction by Joe Mynhardt
“Night Swimming” by Michael O’Brien
“Hush Little Baby” by Matt Shaw
“The Vessel” by Mark Allan Gunnells
“The Southland” by Pedro Iniguez
“Biter of Dust” by Austin James (winner)
“Gently Used” by Jonah Buck
“Ollie Visits Grandma” by Mark Cassell
“The Water Tower Ghost” by Darryl Foster
“Standing Tall” by Kenneth W. Cain
“The Only Thing That Remains” by Jess Landry
“(Almost) Joined at The Hip” by Dan Weatherer
“Remy and the Elephant” by Linsey Knerl
“She Fluttered” by Andrew Garvey
“Just A Cup of Coffee” by Theresa Derwin
“Malignant” by Steve Thompson & Kenneth W. Cain
“Welcome to the Future” by Diana Grove
“Makes Three” by Michael Harris Cohen & Mark Allan Gunnells (winner)
“A Tea Party for the Dead” by Dani Brown & David Charlesworth
“A Game of Hide and Seek” by Joe X Young
“The Allotment” by Theresa Derwin
“Hourglass” by Chad Lutzke & John Boden
“The End of the War” by Joseph Mulak
“Long Distance Cull” by Tony Logan & Red Lagoe
“To Stop Further Slaughter” by Raymond Gates
“Baited” by Chad A. Clark
“Curtain Call” by Raven Dane (winner)
In this volume…
- A man is visited by his wife the night before her funeral.
- A tale of brotherly love turns sour.
- What happens when the ghosts of our past refuse to forget?
- A man contemplates the sacrifice he must make to stop a killer.
- When popping in to see a grandparent, don't always expect biscuits and tea.
- She rose from the dead, but by cheating death she must gamble again with life.
- A grieving mother preserves the memory of her son in a very curious manner.
- During an interrogation in the sweltering summer heat, a Los Angeles detective struggles as he loses his grasp between reality and madness.
- A bizarre black mold problem leads to the most extreme of solutions.
- Dawn comes for the dead locked in a forgotten room inside the Neon Dream.
- An ancient soul finds himself and his people threatened by an ever-growing hostile race.
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?
Sweet Christmas Hell
All us will say,
Throw cares away!
Christmas is near,
Bring holiday fear
To young and old
Snippets to be told!
Ding dong... ding dong
Horror we bring
One seems to hear
Screaming in fear
Filling the air.
Oh how spirits pound,
Raising the sound,
O'er hill and dale,
Telling their tale.
Gaily they write
Of people’s fright
Snippets of fear,
Christmas is here.
Merry, Merry, Merry, Merry Christmas,
Scary, scary, Scary, Scary Christmas.
Tired of the same old vampire tropes? How about a sarcastic scientist accidentally turned? A feisty vampire grandma? Or Saucy Jack who craves women of the night? This anthology is sure to make you hang garlic and crucifixes to keep the vampires at bay.
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But you can’t close your heart, as it now belongs to me.
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Forever and always, now bound by blood.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
~Featuring stories from many award winning authors! ~
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Alanna Robertson-Webb: A Woodland Gift
Alanna Robertson-Webb: Surprise!
Alanna Robertson-Webb: Written In The Stars
Andra Dill: Ruby Heart Necklace
Andrea Allison: The Women With My Face
Andrew Kurtz: A Hex For My Ex
Ariana Ferrante: Happy Ending
Ashley Franklin: Me To You/You To Me
Aurora Lewis: His Heart Is On Ice
Brianna Witte: Bad Romance
C.L. Williams: Pictures And A Necklace
Charlotte O'Farrell: Hearts And Flowers
Christopher T. Dabrowski: Until Death Do Us Part
Christopher T. Dabrowski: Yin And Yang
Danny Nicholas: Valentine's Pink
DeBickel: Be Predictable
DeBickel: Bear Of Hearts
DeBickel: Dead End For A Duet
Donna Cuttress: Buy A Rose For Your Valentine
Gabriella Balcom: Yummy
Galina Trefil: A Sweet Ingredient
Galina Trefil: Leave An Impression
Galina Trefil: Primordial Instinct
Jay Levy: Anniversary
John Kujawski: Candy Trail To Hell
Joshua Borgmann: Real Woman
Kevin J. Kennedy: Special
Kim Plasket: The End
Kim Plasket: Until Next Year
Kimberly Rei: The Ruby Garden
Kyle Harrison: Blind Date
Kyle Harrison: Love Is In The Air
Kyle Harrison: Match Maker
Lamont Turner : Valentine's And Voodoo
Lisa Acerbo: The Good Date
Lisa Flanyak: Digits
Mama Creep: I Hope I Wasn't Too Rough
Matthew A. Clarke: Looking For Love
Melody Grace: Women Must Serve Men
Michael Jess Alexander: A Slave To Love
Michael Jess Alexander: Intimate
N.M. Brown: Hidden Valentine
N.M. Brown: Undying Love
Nerisha Kemraj: Never Yours
Nicole Henning: First Love
Nicole Henning: Special Delivery
R.C. Mulhare: The Vampire Lonnigan's Valentine
Ravyn Blackhurst: Carolina Valentine
Richard Prime: Valentine Dinner
Scott McGregor: Nuts About Love
Scott Savino: One Last Kiss
Shannon Grant: Wallpaper
Stuart Hardy: First Time
Thomas Baker: Burning Desire
Thomas Baker : Stony-Hearted
Tony Logan: Joyeuse Saint-Valentin
Tor-Anders Ulven: Lover's Embrace
Wynne F. Winters: Heartless