Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Year's End: 14 Tales of Holiday Horror

It's that time of year... the END of the year.  So Untreed Reads put together an anthology of horror stories about New Year's Eve.

"Year's End: 14 Tales of Holiday Horror" features a story I wrote, called Token Lesbians:

When Stefani jumps the turnstile on New Year's Eve, she thinks nothing of it.  So what if her younger sister copies her?  So what if it upsets her best friend?  Only suckers pay a fare to ride the subway. Right?  But when the young women arrive at a hot lesbian club, weird things start to happen.  Does the transit authority have supernatural powers?  And will Stefani survive the night?


And my story's only one of 14 in this e-book anthology (which retails for only $4.99--an amazing price)!

About Year's End:

The countdown has begun, but the only thing striking at midnight will be terror...

New Year's Eve isn't all champagne and confetti. For some, it's filled with regrets, the changing of the day dragging them kicking and screaming into a year for which they aren't prepared. This year, some people will be screaming, but they may not make it to the New Year at all.

Join 14 horror authors as they reveal the dark side of our end-of-year celebrations. This anthology of a holiday gone horrifyingly wrong contains stories by James S. Dorr, Richard Godwin, Nicky Peacock, John Stewart Wynne, Steve Shrott, Leah Givens, George Seaton, Kathryn Ohnaka, Jeremy K. Tyler, Betsy Miller, Byron Barton, Steve Bartholomew, Ali Maloney and Foxglove Lee. 

Year's End is available for purchase from a whole lot of retailers and even more to come (Untreed Reads has amazing distribution) and if you'd rather check it out from your local library, do investigate your library's e-book lending system.  If your library hasn't purchased a copy of Year's End yet, ask them to buy it!  A lot of librarians love hearing what readers want, and if you ask there's a good chance your library will buy a copy.

But if you can't wait, you can buy yourself a copy from:

Untreed Reads:

...and many MANY other sites...

Happy Horror!

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