Dark: A Horror Anthology

Are you a reader? Have I got a deal for you. Above you will see the promo for a new short story anthology simply called; Dark: A Horror Anthology.

From the books synopsis:

"Fourteen authors come together to bring you their vision of horror in Dark: A Horror Anthology. Many of the iconic creatures of horror's history resurface in fresh and innovative ways-zombies, werewolves, and chupacabras abound. There are plenty of new things to fear as well, a broken world, a myth of the murky depths, and a knife that cuts twice. Whatever your favorite flavor may be there is an author in these pages that serves it up. Authors include: Matt R. Jones, Bryan Wolford, Casey Criswell, J.P. Moore, Keith Latch, Sal Cipriano, Desmond Reddick, Sean Keller, Dezi Sienty, Cassandra Thomas, Blake M. Petit, Corey Graham, Derek M. Koch, and Steve Wands."

If you'll notice, the authors of this collection may have some familiar names. Many members of the horror blogging and podcasting world have teamed together to give you a few chills of their own! Some familiar faces are Bryan Wolford from Drunken Zombie, Derek M. Koch from Mail Order Zombie, and a whole lot more!

Most importantly, for me anyways, is a story from an esteemed author and podcaster Casey Criswell who has been a contributor to the news desk and a podcast co-host here at Bloody Good Horror for quite a few years now. In case I lost you, that's me! Included in the collection is my story "Deep Lies the Murky Floor", a tale of youthful fears and what happens when you face them.

"Dark: A Horror Anthology" is now available via Createspace and Amazon for a mere $12.95. Check it out, and be sure to let everybody involved know what you think by way of the books official website.

Casey

Writer/Podcast Host/Cheerleader

Falling in love with the sounds of his own voice, Casey can be found co-hosting the Bloody Good Horror Podcast, the spinoff Instomatic Podcast as well as the 1951 Down Place Podcast dedicated to Hammer Horror. Casey loves horror films of every budget and lives by his battle cry of 'I watch crap, so you don't have to.'

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