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About Brian J. Smith
Brian J. Smith has been featured in numerous anthologies, e-zines, and magazines in both the mystery and horror genres. His books The Tuckers, and Three O’Clock are still available on Amazon for Kindle. He lives in southeastern Ohio with his dogs where eats more than enough spicy food that no human being should ever consume, already has too many books and buys more, and doesn’t drink enough coffee to suit his palate and cheers on The Ohio State Buckeyes.
His first book, Dark Avenues, is available on Amazon for both Kindle and paperback this December.
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With stories from over thirty authors including Eleanor Merry, Natasha Sinclair, David Green, Jason Myers, Dawn DeBraal, Chris Miller, Alanna Robertson-Webb, Gary McDonough, Todd Love , Cassandra Angler, Ruthann Jagge, Angela Glover, Wendy Cheairs, Josh A. Murphy, John Adams, Shawn M. Klimek, Scott McGregor, Charlotte O'Farrell, Tina Merry, Kevin J. Kennedy, Brian J Smith, Nicole Henning, Lance Dale, M. Ennenbach, Leon Sluyter, N.M Brown, David Bowmore, Vic Kerry, P.J Blakey-Novis, Meera Dandekar, David Simms, Rachael Boucker, Diane Arrelle, Claire Davon, Marina Schnierer, Benjamin Chadwick, Cher Finver, Beluah Vega, Surina Venkat, Galina Trefil, Joshua E. Borgmann, Charles Welch, Sydney Jones and J.A. Skelton
Dark Celebration is book 4 in the holiday horror collection
Coming soon: Dark Halloween
The Fall 2017 issue features Aaron J. French, Justin Boote, Neal Privett, Charles Tillerman, Brian J. Smith, Michael D. Nye, Timothy Wilkie, John Michael Osborne, Kristen Houghton, Russell J. Dorn, Steve Carr, Morgan Tanner, Dusty Davis, Brandon Gulling, Norbert Hirschhorn, D.J. Tyrer, Unearthly Demagogue, Eliana Gradishar, Brian Fanelli, Paul Sohar, Ace G. Pilkington, Christopher Hivner, Linda M. Crate, Milenko Županovic, Katherine Gethin, Robin Whitehead, John Grey, Peter Coleborn, Vulture, Claudia Gironi, Jeremiah Kauffman, Denny E. Marshall, Bianca Walker, and Naty Sorokina.
Donald Trump: 45th President of the United States, businessman and television personality, iconoclast and polarizer. This anthology is a time capsule which captures the hopes and fears, thoughts and ideas of writers from all over the world who were asked to share a story in which Trump is the muse. He does not have to be the main character, however, the story must show the type of world which might result from his policies.
The many worlds created includes:
* an app which requires self-sacrifice to prove that one is a true American;
* a wizard who can make dreams come true in exchange for good PR;
* a smart politician who created the wall to stop the zombies;
* Secret Service agents making difficult choices to save America;
* medieval kings demanding loyalty from both men and nature;
. . .along with people trapped in apocalyptic worlds containing vampires, a never ending trivia game show, clones, aliens and more!
Prepare to laugh, cry and become angry enough to fire the people around you (or maybe not)!
The fantastic writers selected for this book includes: Shaun Avery (UK), Emad El-Din Aysha (Egypt), Marleen S. Barr (USA), Ross Baxter (UK), Jared Bennett (USA), Gustavo Bondoni (Argentina), Timothy Carter (Canada), Maggie DeMay (USA), Livia Finucci (UK), Bryan Grafton (USA), G. Gray (UK), Jacob Guyon (USA), Mathias Jansson (Sweden), Koom Kankesan (Canada), Joanna Koch (USA), Matthew Kresal (USA), Art Lasky (USA), Michael Manzer (USA), Chris McGrane (Australia), Melissa R. Mendelson (USA), Will Morton (USA), Ira Nayman (Canada), E. Reyes (USA), Aaron C. Smith (USA), Brian J. Smith (USA), Priya Sridhar (USA), Ramona Thompson (USA), DJ Tyrer (UK), Wondra Vanian (USA/UK), Paul Williams (Australia) and Emenual Wolff (USA).
Sixteen-year old Mark Foster has embraced his summer—for as long as it took him to ruin it. After breaking the front window of the house at the end of the block, he’s condemned to doing chores for the new neighbors. But the more he befriends them, he notices they’re hiding something; something that could turn his world completely upside down.