STORIES TO SCARE YOU AWAKE AT NIGHT
Enjoy eighteen suspenseful short stories of horror, supernatural, science fiction, thriller and mystery from the author readers have named the next Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl) and the new Stephen King. These tales will delight fans of Twilight Zone and any lovers of genius twists you won't see coming.
THE WAR VETERAN
For seventy years World War II veteran Jack Baker endured vivid flashbacks to that horrific June day on Omaha Beach. Tonight the flashbacks are terrifyingly different. Tonight Jack's seventy-year-old secret comes to claim him.
When Pam, Michael and their young sons take the scenic route they stop overnight at a quaint bed-and-breakfast. What they don't know is that something is wrong in Broken Springs, Population 402.
DO US PART
Those darling, elderly couples married for decades always look so happy on the news. But when you've been married for seventy years what secret thoughts lie behind the smiles?
THE MONSTER RULES
When eleven-year-old Harry's best friend shares the Monster Rules he learns how to be safe in bed. Until one hot summer night he's awoken by strange scratching noises. Lucky he knows the Monster Rules.
WHERE WE ONCE WERE
Tamara dreamed of visiting her distant ancestors' 1897 time world for her PhD research paper. What she discovers is a secret two hundred years in the making.
On a rainy night Crystal's husband disappears while fetching their car. Her mind races with the possibilities that may have befallen him. The truth is far more terrible than she can imagine.
Inventor of the telephone Alexander Graham Bell is about to patent his telegraphic transmitter. If not for a mysterious phone call from the future he would have nothing to patent.
TO BE OR NOT TO BE
The only hope for mankind is to create Oxygen Conversion plants to support key cities. All seems doomed until THEY came. Now Keriss must face a heart-breaking decision.
THINGS THAT WILL KILL YOU IN AUSTRALIA
American tourist and blogger R.P. Kraul is on the trip of a lifetime in the Australian outback. R.P. has come prepared for anything but perhaps not prepared enough.
Henry doesn't like playing hide-and-seek. His brother and sister always find him. When they do, nasty things happen. Until the day Henry discovers there are worse things than being found.
The Intelervate Chip repaired brain-damaged babies better than new. They were superior in so many ways. Would they forever change the balance in society?
Two agitated women run out into freeway traffic. Not only do they survive horrific injuries, they seem determined to continue to the other side of the roadway. Why are they so desperate?
Edwin thought he was spending another lovely afternoon with his daughter and granddaughter. But dammit, they had followed him onto the train. What can he do to be rid of them?
I HATE EMMA CARTER
Class bully Angie Dutton is assigned to be new girl Emma Carter's babysitter. Angie's nobody's keeper and devises a way of showing Emma who's boss. Perhaps Angie has picked the wrong victim.
IT'S IN THE GENES
Helen yet again struggles to motivate her teenage son to get up on time for school. Since Brandon has joined his father on his late night fishing trips he's changed. Today Helen will discover why.
Gordon must survive the elimination round in an intense cooking competition. As tension mounts he becomes convinced he will lose. For him winning is a matter of life and death.
Bullying is always a volatile subject, but when a parent-teacher interview goes very wrong, volatile is too mild a word.
A tragic accident takes Dawn's only child until she finds herself back again living that day. A second chance to save her son but changing fate is not as simple as it first appears.