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- Print Length: 290 pages
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- Publication Date: December 7, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00QPLYD2E
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Strange Portals: Ink Slingers' Fantasy/Horror Anthology Kindle Edition
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Not surprisingly, Joleene Naylor, (who never disappoints) has two of the four best of twenty-one shorts. My favorite is ‘Predator’, a compelling and chilling tale where a predator stalks a little girl who may not be as helpless as she seems. A close second is ‘Verchiel,’ a tale of a new vampire who might not be the killer he is expected to be. Roxanne Mathews' ‘Werewolf’ is a fun twist on a genre that I thought had been fully explored. Bonnie Mutchler's ‘ In the Beginning’ is a tale of new made vampires, a sadistic master, desperation, unlikely loyalties and odd friendships set in the middle ages. On the lighter side and worthy of honorable mention are two fantasy pieces, Terry Compton's YA ‘Leprechaun's Gift’ and Roger Lawrence's slightly disjointed by engaging ‘Artwork.’
If you are looking for new fantasy, paranormal or horror authors and stories, this anthology provides a worthy sample.
Gear yourself up for some tortured tales that will have you flipping those pages rapid fire. Strange Portals has got you covered from vampires to werewolves, from pixies to leprechauns, from Santa's reindeer to Satan's limo.
Take a tunnel to a bleak future Earth where people can't breath the air anymore and are getting ready to go to Mars. Witness an Indian ghost story that begets new life. Meet a man with the gift to heal others, but the curse of having his own life diminished with each act. Many more stories await you.
Two of the authors featured in Strange Portals are Joleene Naylor and D.M. Yates. I have reviewed books by both of these writers in previous editions of What I Am Reading. In addition to having two of her short stories featured, Ms. Naylor also is the editor of this anthology.
If you love horror (and a bit of fantasy) as much as myself, then hurry up and grab your FREE copy of Strange Portals while the offer lasts. You will be glad you did.