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About Sarah Doebereiner
Sarah Doebereiner is a short story author, novelist, and poet. She graduated from Wright State University in 2010 with her BA in English. Sarah lives in central Ohio with her husband and two children. She enjoys writing short stories including: micro-fiction, flash fiction, and novella length works.
Macabre themes fascinate her because of their tendency to stay with readers long after the book has been closed, but the joy in short fiction is the opportunity to try out all kinds of genres. Good writing is good writing, after all, no matter what clothes it wears. Sarah loves to read anthologies. She is obsessed with all things nerdy: Sherlock, Doctor Who, Harry Potter.
Find out more at: sarahadoebereiner.com or https://www.facebook.com/sarahadoebereiner
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We have had some amazing talent contribute to the first year of 'Trembling With Fear' and we hope that you enjoy reading these as much as we have!
HorrorTree.com is the free online resource for writers in the field of speculative fiction. As well as Trembling With Fear, you will find the latest industry submission calls, articles, and interviews. It is not to be missed!
But don’t think for a moment that you’ll “See Spot Run”, or that Lassie will save her master who’s fallen in the well. Those are common pet tales, and these are Uncommon Pet Tales.
Within this collection, you’ll find a little bit of romance, a little bit of revenge, a few ghosts, and some fantasy and magic. You’ll find some uncommon pets such as Katelynn, and Mr. MacCawber, and you’ll find some uncommon stories, such as Patience, and Schrodinger’s Other Cat. You’ll find stories of man’s (or woman’s) best friend, and stories where the animals are far from friendly. And you’ll find some stories that simply refuse to fit into a category.
As always, each story in the Read on the Run series of anthologies is short, to suit your busy lifestyle.
From rascals causing harmless mischief to dark lords with evil in their hearts, scoundrels can be found in every world, mundane to fantastical. We fight them, laugh at them, and sometimes root for them.
The twenty-seven stories in ROAR volume 6 explore scoundrels of every stripe, in every walk of life. Read stories from celebrated anthropomorphic authors, award-winning science-fiction and fantasy authors, and talented newcomers to the furry genre!
Squonk the Dragon by Pete Butler
Brush and Sniff by mwalimu
Faithful by Marshall L. Moseley
Gerbil 07 by Huskyteer
CSI: Transylvania by Kevin M. Glover
Hard Scratching In Kittytown by Blake Hutchins
Hold the Moon by Eric M. Witchey
Ernest by Lyn McConchie
Two Crows, Two Wires, and the Moon by Andrew S. Taylor
Into the Wind by Rechan
At What Cost by Jeeves the Roo
A City With No Children by James Stegall
Perch by Sarah Doebereiner
The Cat Thief by Laura "Munchkin" Lewis
Food, Feuds and Fake Flora by Ocean Tigrox
Puppy Love by George S. Walker
I Hold My Father's Paws by David D. Levine
0mega by Garrett Marco
Skinned by Kyell Gold
Relics, Rabbits, and Tuscan Reds by Slip Wolf
Shadows of Horses by Phil Geusz
Coyote's Voice by Altivo Overo
Prof Fox by Mark Patrick Lynch
Wolves and Foxes by Amy Fontaine
Unexpected Bouquets by Ellen Saunders
Clearance Papers by Fred Patten
Edward Bear and the Very Long Walk by Ken Scholes
Mental Ward: Experiments is a collection of ten short stories that demonstrate the worst of humanity's ambition in the interest of ‘civilized’ advancement. Step into a world where sanity is left behind, and horror is what the doctor ordered!
The search for and study of animals whose existence or survival is disputed or unsubstantiated
Menagerie: a strange or diverse collection of people or things.
Welcome to the Hidden Menagerie -- a collection of short fiction involving various cryptozoological creatures. In this volume you will meet the beasts of the land. Inside these pages you will be introduced to new visions of some creatures you are familiar with like the Abominable Snowman and the Wendigo, creatures long thought extinct which live on to this day, and others you may have never heard of.
This volume contains 18 stories by some of the best dark speculative fiction writers working today.
A portion of the proceeds from all sales of Hidden Menagerie Vol 1 benefits the Lost Day Dog Rescue Organization.
Whether we recognize it over not, they are the masters over this world.
With so many creepy crawlies, our amazing group of award winning horror authors saw fit to give you a double dose of insectophobia with takes including
A Worm King, a college facility that tests the effects of a new sting, a town overrun with deadly cicadas, a husband's guilty conscience, and many others.
All of these stories are guaranteed to give you the creeps and force you to fight the urge to itch.
Let them get under your skin.
Volume 2 of Death and Butterflies
Featuring Stories By:
Jeremy Megargee, Amanda Steel, Mark Towse, R.J. Romero, Mark Towse, Mark Mackey, Nick Moore, Adam Davies, Martin Eastland, Charlotte O'Farrell, Kyle Harrison, Tor Anders Ulven, Michele Freeman, Bill Davidson, Wendy Roberts, Raven Carluk, Jason Hayashi, Kelly Childress, Sarah Doebereiner, Thomas Baker, Micah Castle, Jodee Stanley, Ariana Ferrante, Riley Odell, Dan McKeithan, Ariel Rubio, Vonnie Winslow Crist ,Joel Hunt,Dan McKeithan
But how to start reading again when binge-watching TV is so easy and — let’s be honest — fun?
You start slowly, of course. Baby steps. First, with a story that’s only twitter-sized in length. Then the next, a mere 75 words. Then a few hundred words, followed by progressively longer tales until you’re reading novels without even knowing it.
That’s The Binge-Watching Cure, a collection of stories encompassing a range of genres, including mystery, romance, horror, science fiction, literary, crime and more — a little of everything for everybody.
In this book, you’ll witness a couple’s role-playing night-on-the-town, a First Sergeant coming face to face with the horrors of war, a post-apocalyptic thriller, a young woman with seven days to live out a lifetime of love, a catastrophic train wreck that gives a circus troupe baffling powers, and more.
So kick off your shoes and cure your binge-watching.
To make matters worse, a carnival has set up in a field near town. It’s too awkward for Senna to go with her friends, but if she stays home, she will be an outsider in every conversation for weeks. She’ll have to check it out, alone. There’s just one problem, this is no ordinary carnival.
One of the acts is bringing the dead to life-literally. Senna soon finds herself in the center of a madhouse of carnies and townspeople. Will she capture the heart of an exotic necromancer, or is the relationship dead from the start?