Gwendolyn Kiste is a horror and fantasy author who runs a really cool blog. You can check out her published fiction on her page. Gwendolyn also writes articles for a travel site called Wanderlust and Lipstick as well as the paranormal-themed The Occult Section. She is also a writer-director and has written and directed several feature-length movies! Honestly, she’s awesome, so be sure to visit her page. 🙂
Floppy Shoes Apocalypse consists of several of the finest, most unique, and most extreme clown horror. Greasepaint and gore… sick sexual fetishes and silly shoes… crazy circus acts and a little bit of cannibalism too! Certainly not for the coulrophobic! 😉
PS It would really mean a lot to me and to my fellow authors if you could write a review for the book. Thanks! xx
Beware demons. They live amongst us and within us.
Hi! The Kindle version of Demonic Possession is now available on Amazon. Various poets, writers and illustrators cover one of the most hair-raising themes ever.
My story, “The Hole in Her Soul” is featured in the anthology. This is actually one of my favorite themes. Scary stuff. 🙂
You can grab a copy at Amazon.com The Paper version will be available soon. Please don’t forget to leave a review! 🙂
Hello! 🙂 Here are the latest reviews for 100 Nightmares:
“There’s an art to writing an effective story in so few words and the author nails it… if you like good horror and well written short fiction then this needs to be in your reading list…” –
THE CULT OF ME (read full review on the site)
“It’s undoubtedly ambitious stuff. Most authors fail to deliver with 10000 words, let alone 100. But Morano demonstrates early on that she is up to the task… In all, Morano delivers an eclectic range of ambitious micro-fiction, the more accomplished of which is truly impressive in what it achieves in such a small amount of words…” – HORROR AFTER DARK (read full review on their site)
“Going into this book I was very skeptical. How in the world can an author make a successful story in just 100 words? Not possible! I was SO wrong! I can’t say enough about this book… it’s well written, different, scary, and very unique. You will not be disappointed!” – BITTERSWEET BOOK REVIEWS (read full review on their site)
To authors, seasoned and new, reputable book reviewers are a true gift. I really appreciate the time and effort that the reviewers spent in reading and reviewing my book. I would also like to thank the readers who reviewed 100 Nightmares on Amazon/ Goodreads If you haven’t reviewed/ rated/ read the book yet, please do. 🙂 🙂 Thank you.
Illustrations by Margate Eltagle
Margate’s art has appeared in various local books.
She’s one of the four artists who are contributing to make this illustrated ebook happen! 🙂 Thank you, Margate.
Join the blog blast for 100 Nightmares cover reveal 🙂 more info on the blog blast here
LIKE 100 Nightmares Facebook page here to get updates on the book. It’s also where I share the illustrations from various artists.
Just a while ago, Adam Ickes made a blog post about the cover reveal of my upcoming book 100 Nightmares. He was actually the first person to e-mail me when I told everyone that I am running a blog blast. Thank you, Adam, I appreciate the support.
Adam Ickes is the author of Socks and Zombie Tree. This month, Adam released his latest book: ‘100 tiny tales of terror’. Now available on Amazon and Createspace
100 words each.
Tiny snippets of terror for your consumption.
Take them in one at a time and savor the twisted flavor of death and destruction, or devour them all in one sitting–a nonstop feast of terrifying creatures and horrible happenings. The choice is yours, as will be the fear.
You may want to sleep with the light on.
I already have a copy and it’s currently on my to-read list!
Adam and I have two things in common– Friday Fictioneers and our love for the horror genre. A writer with a twisted imagination, the themes of his stories range from creepy-creatures-under-the-bed horror to stories of characters with seriously damaged psyches.
Drawing and sculpting are also among Adam’s many artistic talents.
Check out his blog at http://adamickes.wordpress.com/ where he writes fiction and hosts a writing prompt– Six on the Sixth.