A book that holds a deadly secret. A violin that cannot be destroyed. A peephole that reveals true evil. A daughter with a lethal distaste for her parents. A watchful eye.
Turn down the lights and enjoy these ten tales of the macabre as you find there is…
Horror fans will love sinking their teeth into this one!
From a young age, horror has been a companion for author Riley J. Pierce. It has been her longest love, and the thing that has kept her searching for what really goes bump in the night. From the classic monster to the teen slasher movies, she adores them all. She hopes that through the eyes of one horror fan to another, you’ll begin to ‘see the potential frights all around you’. She says that, ‘true horror fans can look at the simplest thing and turn it into something sinister.’ And that’s exactly what she has put into in this first anthology.
The author weaves intense tales of horror, mystery, and suspense, with intriguing twists and turns that easily captivates the reader’s attention from the beginning. Amelia’s Secret, Enchantment of the Strings, Blind Date, Dinner at the Stones and A Watcher are just some of the chilling stories and poetry that awaits you in this collection of contemporary horror fiction.
These scary tales are sure to terrify and entertain both adult readers as well as young adults. Definitely not for the squeamish or the faint-hearted; these spooky tales are exclusively written for the blood thirsty horror fan. Special mention also to Anton Rosovsky for the excellent artwork. Five stars and highly recommended.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Her debut novel, “A Business for the Broken”, is a women’s fiction and the first of a series about revenge post break up. She describes it as “Gossip Girl” meets “First Wives Club”, both of which she loves to watch.
Being an avid horror fan, she also created an annual anthology with horror poetry, short stories, and artwork entitled “Horror Everywhere”. The title inspires readers to find terror in everyday objects and situations, offering a new perspective into the world around them. Although volume 1 is smaller, and only filled with her work, she hopes to include other authors in future volumes.