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Grab your ticket and take a seat. The ringmaster’s opening act? A creature showcasing its bloody feat.
There are haunting spirits with much to tell. Tales of torture and screams straight from the burning flames of hell.
Tick-tock goes the time, seconds passing by as you slowly lose your mind.
Evil is coming, and it’s striking from behind.
Horror and fear, like filth on your skin it clings,
Question is, are you brave enough to endure…
The Carnival of Strange Things?
This collection brings together over 50 bite-sized Easter and St Patrick’s Day themed horror stories from around the world.
Eat, drink, be merry... and die.
Some nights they leave you in peace. Other nights they dig their claws into your mind, taking you to places of sheer terror and unfathomable horror.
Whether it’s walking through the haunted house while its secrets threaten to keep you prisoner, or staring at the room of mirrors while the deformed faces of circus freaks smile at you with malicious intent—sooner or later you will realize that what you fear most is the evil which waits beneath the surface of your dreams.
So, tonight when you lay your head down to sleep, remember to say your prayers…
Because you might be mere seconds away from entering…
The Carnival of Nightmares.
Ten stories of shock and suspense brought to you by ten of your favorite authors.
But you can’t close your heart, as it now belongs to me.
This book will show you, the horror of our love.
Forever and always, now bound by blood.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
~Featuring stories from many award winning authors! ~
Adam Davies: Alexa, Tell Me His Past
Alanna Robertson-Webb: A Woodland Gift
Alanna Robertson-Webb: Surprise!
Alanna Robertson-Webb: Written In The Stars
Andra Dill: Ruby Heart Necklace
Andrea Allison: The Women With My Face
Andrew Kurtz: A Hex For My Ex
Ariana Ferrante: Happy Ending
Ashley Franklin: Me To You/You To Me
Aurora Lewis: His Heart Is On Ice
Brianna Witte: Bad Romance
C.L. Williams: Pictures And A Necklace
Charlotte O'Farrell: Hearts And Flowers
Christopher T. Dabrowski: Until Death Do Us Part
Christopher T. Dabrowski: Yin And Yang
Danny Nicholas: Valentine's Pink
DeBickel: Be Predictable
DeBickel: Bear Of Hearts
DeBickel: Dead End For A Duet
Donna Cuttress: Buy A Rose For Your Valentine
Gabriella Balcom: Yummy
Galina Trefil: A Sweet Ingredient
Galina Trefil: Leave An Impression
Galina Trefil: Primordial Instinct
Jay Levy: Anniversary
John Kujawski: Candy Trail To Hell
Joshua Borgmann: Real Woman
Kevin J. Kennedy: Special
Kim Plasket: The End
Kim Plasket: Until Next Year
Kimberly Rei: The Ruby Garden
Kyle Harrison: Blind Date
Kyle Harrison: Love Is In The Air
Kyle Harrison: Match Maker
Lamont Turner : Valentine's And Voodoo
Lisa Acerbo: The Good Date
Lisa Flanyak: Digits
Mama Creep: I Hope I Wasn't Too Rough
Matthew A. Clarke: Looking For Love
Melody Grace: Women Must Serve Men
Michael Jess Alexander: A Slave To Love
Michael Jess Alexander: Intimate
N.M. Brown: Hidden Valentine
N.M. Brown: Undying Love
Nerisha Kemraj: Never Yours
Nicole Henning: First Love
Nicole Henning: Special Delivery
R.C. Mulhare: The Vampire Lonnigan's Valentine
Ravyn Blackhurst: Carolina Valentine
Richard Prime: Valentine Dinner
Scott McGregor: Nuts About Love
Scott Savino: One Last Kiss
Shannon Grant: Wallpaper
Stuart Hardy: First Time
Thomas Baker: Burning Desire
Thomas Baker : Stony-Hearted
Tony Logan: Joyeuse Saint-Valentin
Tor-Anders Ulven: Lover's Embrace
Wynne F. Winters: Heartless
Dani’s wild roommate and handsome best friend hate each other; her crazy family won’t leave her alone; and a new job forces her to be social. Unfortunately, when college romance finally calls, Dani is unable to answer thanks to a stalker who has her all tied up.
Can she stay alive long enough to find love and graduate?
Rory is your average high school senior until her mother banishes her to Trumbull, Connecticut. The small suburb with only a mall and movie theater sure feels like the netherworld until Rory’s first day at her new school. That’s the day she meets Bowen, who begs her to join him on a class project.
When Bowen drags her into a graveyard to research the local ghostly legend known as the White Lady, Rory wants to fly back home to Atlanta. Unfortunately, she is stuck -- with Bowen, without her old friends for support, in a town she doesn’t understand.
Her night in the cemetery also starts an unnerving chain of events. A half buried dead girl and a ghostly apparition lead Rory and Bowen into a deadly game of cat and mouse, but who is the killer? Is it human or something long dead and otherworldly?
Rory can’t be sure as White Lady keeps showing up, haunting her. The police, on the other hand, believe the body belongs to a local woman and the murderer is all too human.
Rory is dragged into the murder case and she is no super sleuth. In her hometown of Atlanta she was a straight A student with plans to attend a good college. Now her mom calls every day, her aunt is worried Rory is involved with drugs and the wrong crowd, and the boy she likes wants more than she is willing to give.
The police are of little help, Rory’s aunt just wants her to remain safe, and Bowen, who she can’t distance herself from, keeps finding new ways to get her into trouble. Whether breaking into a suspected killer’s house, being followed by a menacing ghost, or being stalked at school, Rory’s only hope is that finding the killer will put an end to the supernatural haunting.
Before Rory can discover the identity of the killer, she is drawn into the mystery of the White Lady, which opens the door for some very real danger.
When technology fulfills every dream, reality is a nightmare. But where can one rebel hide when even her thoughts might not be her own?
Below the streets of New State, the Grounders fight to remain free of the technological control of the world above. When dusk falls, Wren risks her life by entering the capital city as a raider to secure resources for the rebellion. Each step further inside puts her life in jeopardy from New State’s deadliest weapons – Phantoms. More machine than human, tortured until devoid of emotion and caring, Phantoms have only one objective. Kill. And they do it with exacting precision.
Wren is good at her job as a raider and committed to the cause until she meets Codex, a New State citizen who doesn’t quite fit her preconceived expectations. After a couple of awkward encounters, he shows her the meaning of hooking up—a computer simulation that allows people to live out their fantasies—without the complication of emotional entanglements or physical reality. But what Wren feels for Codex is very real. And it’s punishable by death.
As she and Codex grow closer, Wren convinces him to leave New State for the underground. But unrest between New State and the Grounders escalates, and Phantoms move in to destroy her world. Nothing goes as Wren planned. Families are arrested, loyalties are strained, and Wren’s forced to choose between her people and her feelings. The wrong choice could mean the end of her people, and reality could slip away—forever...
- ★★★★★ Science Fiction, Romance, and Lots of Action - Remote is one of those books that just hooks you from the first page… - Voracious Reader
- ★★★★★ Enjoyable & Innovative Novel - Enjoyable Sci-Fi Romance that I highly recommend….5 stars. Overall, novel was well-paced, characters are well-developed, and story is detailed but not too verbose. Although the relationship that emerges between [Codey] and [Wren] is predictable, it did not feel forced or rushed. - Janine
- ★★★★★ Remote is quite the page turner! - A unique and intriguing blend of science fiction and adventure that really engages the reader and makes one think long after the last page. This book is in the YA genre but will appeal to readers of all ages - there's honestly someting for everyone. It also is poised for further installments and here's hoping we can delve into this thrilling world soon again. - Frank T
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