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About Dani Brown
Suitably labelled “The Queen of Filth”, extremist author Dani Brown’s style of dark and twisted writing and deeply disturbing stories has amassed a worrying sized cult following featuring horrifying tales such as “56 Seconds”, “Becoming” and the hugely popular “Ketamine Addicted Pandas”. Merging eroticism with horror, torture and other areas that most authors wouldn’t dare, each of Dani’s titles will crawl under your skin, burrow inside you, and make you question why you are coming back for more.
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Legs swollen shut. Propelled into darkness and misery. One date wouldn’t hurt. Borderline insecurity. She wasn’t allowed outside. Pleasure eluded her in an endless loop. A fist against the wall. Robotic shapeshifting demon from Mars. A fever threatened. The aching suck of the Void.
Dani Brown's first published experimental piece is finally available for kindle. One list of writing rules. Every single one of them broken. She unfortunately lost the original list.
For volume six, Rejected for Content is heading off to work. When good jobs go bad. When bad jobs get worse. Bastard bosses. Disturbed co-workers. Places where the most unhinged of souls would never dream of working in their wildest nightmares. When workplace relations break down beyond fixing. Or strengthen, in ways that are just plain wrong.
Successful job applicants include Jonathan Edward Ondrashek, Thomas M. Malafarina, Lucretia Stanhope, Michael Noe, David Owain Hughes, Dani Brown, Brent Lorentson, Andrew Bell, Evan Romero, Tabitha Thompson, Josh Davis, Sam Morgan Phillips, G. Zimmerman, Essel Pratt, Amanda M. Lyons, Howard Carlyle, Roy C. Booth & Axel Kohagen, Garvan Giltinan, Kitty Kane, William Bradley, Mark Leney, and Toneye Eyenot
Warning: Strong Violence, explicit sex, coarse language, blood and gore.
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO CYSTIC FIBROSIS TRUST
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE CYSTIC FIBROSIS TRUST.
In the darkness of the caves, an angry hiss grows...
The Vampires and Werewolves is about to begin.
In the first Vampz VZ Wolvz shorty story competition, the vampires won. Will they be victorious once more, or will the werewolves win the day? In this book, you will discover the results of the second war between these creatures of the night, along with an amazing assortment of well-crafted werewolf and vampire short stories. In the end, it is the reader who is the true winner of this competition.
Featuring Tales by: Sharon L. Higa, Essel Pratt, Richard D. Ramsey, Michael Fisher, R.E. Lyons, Christine Morgan, Dona Fox, Kevin Henry, Scot Rinehart, Kent Hill, Charie D. LaMarr, Mark Woods, Dani Brown, Amanda M. Lyons, Michael Noe, Andrew Bell, Juan Julio Gutierrez
It was hard to know if "Michael" (real name Hayden) was being serious or if this was another one of his lies. Ashleigh hadn't known him very long before he took over her life and now he wanted to spend her money that they needed for bills and food on an online necromancer.
Things don't get better for Ashleigh. He kills her with one punch, leaving her body to rot on the floor and her spirit floating around the house. He takes her bank card and hires that online necromancer. Ashleigh knows "Esmeralda" isn't a psychic but a series of men in a call centre pretending to be well, whatever their clients need at the time.
While "Michael" (real name Hayden) is occupied with the online necromancer, Ashleigh discovers his secrets in the trail of destruction he left behind him. She also discovered he was lying about popular bands causing him flashbacks. She thought he was lying. Luckily for her she has their albums in the loft.
While her body rots, mould spores from his mouth infest the house and his belief that Michael Jackson is communicating with him intensifies.
Please Note: This book is "extreme" horror and as such, has themes related to extreme horror, including necrophilia, abuse and rape. It is also graphically disgusting.
In the middle of the night ten thousand Karens controlled by space crabs are dropped into Suburban Hell.