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About Victor Nandi
Victor Nandi, besides being an Assistant Director - Content with an Ed-tech company, is a passionate writer. In addition to various international magazines, his works of horror, fantasy and sci-fi have featured in anthologies from several publication houses around the world. When he isn't spending time with the characters from his imagination, he is usually chatting with the ones in his life about investment tools, sugar-free diets, and workout regime. He can often be found curled up in his cave with a novel or trying to cheer up a dispirited friend with a horror story. He lives in Bangalore, India.
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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.
Authors from all over the world bring you succinct stories to curdle your blood…such sweet, sweet blood. Check out Bloodlust from Black Ink Fiction now!
A new look at dark fairytales.
Akin to the Brothers Grimm, none of these storybook characters are innocent. Cinder Ellah forgets who earned her the crown and pays a hefty price. Kaede’s new love interest weighs heavily on his soul. Olivia won’t give up her firstborn without a fight. The old woman living in a shoe bites off more than she can chew. Lere planned revenge, but contracted love sickness instead. These five stories will have you on the edge of your seat craving a sequel.
Stories by Deborah Brown, Jo Niederhoff, Victor Nandi, Jarrett Mazza, and Thea Watson.
Everyone knows the zombie apocalypse is bound to happen, these authors just bring it to you sooner than you expected. Authors from all over the globe spin terrifying tales of the infected and undying in just 100 words per story.
From soccer mom zombies to military experiments; reanimated commanders directing an army of zombies to a monster-esque meteorologist. Get a fresh take on an undead theme with Infection from Black Ink Fiction.
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...
Maybe a female knight saves the damsel in distress; or the Queen never guesses Rumplestiltskin’s name. Perhaps the sleeping princess isn’t quite who you thought she was. If you’ve grown tired of the same old “once upon a time” stories, check out Black Ink Fiction’s “Once Upon a Drabble” to get a new twist on these 100-word stories.
This anthology includes 94 drabbles (100-word stories) inspired by Asian folklore all across the region.
Mythical Beings of Asia is the fourth volume in the Insignia Drabbles series.
This anthology includes 60 drabbles (100-word stories) and 2 bonus flash stories inspired by Asian folklore.
Amrita Valan, Celestine Trinidad, Dawn DeBraal, DJ Elton, Fariel Shafee, Fusako Ohki, Gabriella Balcom, James Yu, Joachim Heijndermans, Jo Wu, John H. Dromey, Kevin Hopson, Laurence Sullivan, Madhu Gangopadhyay, Malena Salazar Maciá, Mandira Pattnaik, McKenzie Richardson, Meera Dandekar, Patrick Winters, Sanjana Ramanathan, Sascha Hannig Núñez, Therese Choon, Toshiya Kamei, Umiyuri Katsuyama, Victor Nandi, Yukari Kousaka, Yuki Fuwa.
With 2 bonus flash stories:
‘Daigo Pulls an Island’ by Kelly Matsuura
‘Footloose’ by Maggie D. Brace
Contributors: Adam Down, Alexis Dubon, Andrew McDonald, Anja Hendrikse Liu, Antonia Rachel Ward, April Yates, Arlo Gorevin, Benjamin Langley, Benjamin Lawrence, Brianna Malotke, Bry White, C.J. Dotson, Caitlin Marceau, Cara Mast, Charles E.P. Murphy, Claire Hunter, Cody Mower, Collin Yeoh, Dale Parnell, Danielle McCabe, Eilidh Spence, Elford Alley, Emilian Wojnowski, Emma K. Leadley, Emma Kathryn, Freddie Åhlin, Fusako Ohki, Gus Wood, Guy Riessen, Helen M. Merrick, Holden Zuras, Isaac Menuza, J.C. Robinson, J.J. Kīmmorist, James Dick, Jameson Grey, Jennifer Canaveral, Jeremiah Dylan Cook, Joe Butler, Joe Scipione, John Lane, Julia Ross, Justin Terry, K. Van Dam, K.J. Watson, Kamome Ashizawa, Kathryn Bea, Katie Young, Kelly White, Kimberley Rei, Kirin Sasa, Kristin Cleaveland, Laura Keating, Laura Nettles, Leeroy Cross James, Leon Lavender, Lindsay King-Miller, M. Lopes da Silva, Marc Sorondo, Marcelo Medone, Mario Aliberto III, Matthew Barron, Meera Dandekar, Micah Castle, Michelle Cook, Myk Pilgrim, Nick Watts, Paige Johnson, Patrick Barb, Patrick Tumblety, Patrick Winters, Paula Hammond, Petina Strohmer, Russell Nichols, S.O. Green, Scarlett Lake, Scott McGregor, Sean Reardon, Serena Jayne, Steve Neal, Toko Hata, Toshiya Kamei, Victor Nandi, Yukari Kousaka, Yuki Fuwa
Featuring: Andra Dill, Barend Nieuwstraten III, Beth W. Patterson, Brandy Stinnett, Catherine Kenwell, Charles Reis, Dawn DeBraal, Destiny Pifer, Dorian J. Sinnott, Evan Baughfman, Gabriella Balcom, H.B. Zemlich, Jacek Wilkos, Jami Baumann, J.E. Feldman, John H. Dromey, Kathleen Halecki, Lyndsey Ellis-Holloway, Mark Wheaton, McKenzie Richardson, Miriam H. Harrison, Ngo Binh Anh Khoa, Olivia Arieti, Phoenix Ashwood, Radar DeBoard, R.A. Goli, Renata Pavrey, S.J. Crowe, S.R. Guardian, Stephen Herczeg, Stacey Jaine McIntosh, Vanessa Bane, Victor Nandi, and Zari Hunt.
Too many disturbing entities lurk in our plane of existence. Some haunt you physically, whereas some manifest only in your mind. What kind of horror bothers you the most? Check out The Great Void Books' Beyond, an anthology packed with some of the most delicious horrors from awesome writers all over the world. Within these 43 stories, you'll meet ghosts, witches, supernatural creatures, Cthulu-like ancient monsters, and some are so abstract, unknown, and cosmic that we dare not define.
The best part: these stories are flash fiction. Your schedule is too tight, no problem! You don't have to read an entire novel to get your dose of horror!
Featuring eight stories by Warren Benedetto, Jacob Steven Mohr, Barend Nieuwstraten III, Lincoln Reed, Dylan Roche, Victor Nandi, and L.V. Gaudet.
Nano Nightmares has been a truly international project, involving writers from right across the globe and demonstrating the similarities in what frightens and horrifies us. It is fascinating to see common themes from very different societies - human fears that reverberate from the Americas and Europe, Asia and as far as Australia. Are you scared of spiders? Being buried alive? Prepare to be chilled to the bone and leave the lights on while you indulge in these tiny titbits of terror!