Saturday #FrightNight Amazon Kindle Horror Freebies – May 11, 2019
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This Week’s Free Horror Reads!
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And to get you hooked — grab the first volume of Ink Stains for free!
Death. A permanent end. Termination of life.
Some embrace death as if reuniting with a long-missing old friend. Others fear it, try to outwit it, hide from it. And then there are those who are fascinated by it, mesmerized by it, chasing it down, taunting it, challenging it.
In Ink Stains, Volume 1, eight authors explore death in all its facets in a collection of short stories that range from fantastical to gritty to supernaturally creepy. Join them on a journey through the darker side of fiction.
This dark fiction and horror anthology series is a quarterly publication featuring occult horror stories and dark and chilling fiction.
Ink Stains, Volume 1 features stories by Michelle K. Bujnowski, Eddie Cantrell, John S. McFarland, Steph Minns, A. O’Neal Tamela J. Ritter, Aaron Vlek, and J. S. Watts.
Ink Stains, a quarterly anthology published by Dark Alley Press, is about shining a stark light on the shadows of life, exploring those dimly lit corridors, and unearthing those long-buried secrets. We don’t believe good will always triumph over evil or that someone will always be around to save the day.
Sometimes all we have is ourselves. And the stories that keep us turning the page.
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