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    Short Story Horror Anthology

    Bloody Parchment edited by Nerine Dorman Anthology of Short Horror Stories What a wonderful way to be introduced to new-to-me authors that like to tell stories that are on the edge and creeped me out more than a little bit ;) Not so horrific it gave me nightmares but it did entertain and make me think. Liam Kruger – “The Phenomenology of Iceland: A Romance” A trip that is taken at the end of life and what one person met when she arrived. Michelle Barry – “Toast” What if inanimate objects were not…and could feel and become something unbelievable? Chris Limb – “Scratchmind” Oh my…Twitter and tweets that lead one tweeter to unbelievable insights into herself. Morgen Knight – “Gods of Old, Anew” A modern take on love, Mayan mythology and beliefs that left me shaken. Arno Hurter – “A Place in Time” Imagine a time in the future when your home was programmed to new locations in space and time. Abigail Godsell – “Ordinary Sound” Alien reptiles introduced – would make an interesting book. Matt Hayward – “No One Gets Out of Here Alive” A cult of believers that some want to blow away and put behind them for good. Doreen Perrine – “Foul Things” Someone new in the neighborhood…abuse…and more. Icy Sedgwick – “Something Wicked This Way Slithered” Ancient artifacts and a mummy make a huge difference in the lives of a young woman and her aunt. Monique Snyman – “Tokoloshe” Sometimes folklore is more real than one might believe. Joshua de Kock – “Aquarium” Yikes – this one creeped me out! Ruth Browne – “Beachfront Starter Home, Good Bones” Crabs, pentagons and a cult – creepy indeed. Thank you to the publisher for the copy to read – this is my honest review. 5 Stars

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