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“Crepuscular” in Far From Home; “In Subspace” in Year’s Best Hardcore Horror 6

A couple of short story updates today!

First, I have a new queer horror story through Off Limits Press in their first anthology, Far From Home: An Anthology of Adventure Horror. “Crepuscular” follows two mothers and their ill daughter to a Pacific island that may cure their troubles or ruin everything. The TOC is brilliant; check it out!

Then, my final 2020 short story, an erotic horror tale “In Subspace, No One Can Hear You Scream” has been reprinted among last year’s most graphic stories in Year’s Best Hardcore Horror Volume 6: Masquerade, in print, ebook, and audiobook! This is my second time having fiction appear in a Red Room Press best-of anthology, and as with “Feast for Small Pieces” in Volume 5, it’s a wonderful honor.

“Feast for Small Pieces” in Year’s Best Hardcore Horror, Volume 5

In a rare instance of punctuality this year, I’m posting about a release on release day. Can you imagine?

Today Red Room Press releases The Year’s Best Hardcore Horror, Volume 5: Going Global, a stunning anthology of 2019’s hardest hitting, most gruesome, and darkest horror short stories. My flash fiction “Feast for Small Pieces” is the first story you’ll see inside, followed by a host of wonderful horror.

This is the first time one of my works has been included in any Best of anthology, so it’s extra special to me for that. Available in ebook and paperback, with an audiobook on the way!

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The Possession of Natalie Glasgow

My debut novella, The Haunting of Natalie Glasgow, is getting a coat of fresh paint with a new title conjured up by wonderful Steve Stred and cover art by the fantastic Eddie Generous.

THE POSSESSION OF NATALIE GLASGOW is the same under the cover, so take these words to heart:

“This is hands down one of the most original possession tales I have read. Ever. Full stop.” – Steve Stred, Kendall Reviews

“A quick, frightening read that touches on the primal fear within us all.” – Val, Cats Luv Coffee

“Totally had me completely creeped out. ” – Lilyn, Sci-Fi & Scary