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The cover for 100 NIGHTMARES created by artist Dan Verkys made it to the FINAL ROUND of the Book Cover Contest 2014 by AUTHORSdB!!! Yay!
Thank you so much to everyone who voted. <3
We're almost there… but I NEED YOUR VOTES. :)
Click the link below and submit your vote through the blue thingy.

http://authorsdb.com/cover-contest/16474-100-nightmares

and please don’t forget to share :)

It’s a privilege to be featured beside so many great book covers. The purpose of this friendly competition is to provide indie authors some additional exposure. The contest includes covers of indie books from various genres– Romance, Horror, Mystery, Science Fiction, Non-fiction… so be sure to visit the site. You’re very likely to find something wonderful to read! ;)

Thank you. <3

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K.Z.

I’m baaack!! :)

Hello. I’m back! :) I’ve survived yet another devastating typhoon here in the Philippines… I hope you’re safe and well.

I have great news for fans of horror! The Kindle Version of BONES III with my Editor’s Choice Award-winning story “Hitchhiker” is currently FREE from Friday – Sunday! ($0.00)

Grab your copy and if you liked the book or my story, don’t forget to leave a review. The authors would really appreciate it. Thank you so much and enjoy!

xox
K.Z. <3

Best Book Cover 2014 Semi-finalist

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Hi! I would like to thank everyone who voted for 100 NIGHTMARES. The book cover, created by great artist Dan Verkys, is currently a semi-finalist for BEST BOOK COVER 2014 at AuthorsdB. Yay! <3

I need your votes for the small category finals so please, please visit the page and vote for 100 Nightmares! A 5-star rating would be awesome! ;) Voting ends on November 22 22:00 PST. You won’t have to register or anything, just visit the page and click. http://authorsdb.com/books/2014-book-cover-contest/2014-book-cover-semi-finalists-end/horror-semi/100-nightmares

THANKS AGAIN!! :) Let’s win this thing!

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Adam Ickes’ Wicked Little Things Cover Reveal

Hello! Just found out that friend and fellow horror author Adam Ickes will be releasing a new horror collection entitled Wicked Little Things and I’m participating in his cover reveal blog blast. It’s the follow-up to his first collection, 100 tiny tales of terror. Like 100 Nightmares, both books consist of 100 stories written in 100 words. Wicked Little Things is set to hit the digital book shelves on December 1, 2014 but it’s already available for preorder!

You can buy the book through this link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PHZWYHK

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Book Blurb:

100 tiny tales of terror gave birth to 100 monstrosities.

The time has come for 100 more tales of terrible things to haunt your dreams and drive home a healthy dose of fear of those horrible creatures that dwell mostly in the darkness, but sometimes in the light.

Devour these Wicked Little Things in one sitting if you think your fragile mind can handle it, or drink them in one at a time and let your fright strangle your sanity as the fear really sinks in and takes hold.

Adam shared a couple of sample stories from the collection…

Unassuming

He’d sat on the same bench every day–hours at a time–for almost six months, watching, waiting. He wasn’t in a hurry. He’d known an opportunity would present itself eventually, and he wasn’t wrong.

One day, a little girl on the verge of tears came up to him.

“I can’t find my mommy,” the child said.

“That’s awful. Would you like me to help you look for her?” he asked.

The little girl nodded and wiped her budding tears away. He stood up and held out his hand. She took it willingly. Together they walked toward the parking lot.

Beauty and the Beast

The creature’s crooked claws stroked the severed head in its lap. The beast’s disfigured face studied the girl in the cage across the room. She cried thick, heavy tears and sobbed in the corner of the tiny cage. Her sobs made the beast’s ears ache.

It threw the head–that of the girl’s own father–at the cage to shut her up, but she only sobbed louder and screamed incoherent pleas. She begged for mercy, but mercy would not come at the hands of the monstrosity who called the castle home. Only death and misery were welcome within those walls.

About the author:

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Adam Ickes is a writer who has made a home in central Pennsylvania with his wife and daughter. He is obsessed with releasing the horrors in his mind on an unsuspecting world. His stories live and fester in the twisted confines of his imagination before demanding to be released from their prison, usually at gunpoint.

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