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Tales of Terror and Mayhem

Tales of Terror and Mayhem

A collection of terrifying stories from the rising stars of horror, including Jon Michael Kelley, Jeremy C. Shipp, Rebecca Besser, David C. Hayes, Doug Rinaldi, Tara Sayers, Scott Taylor, Craig Saunders, Steven Gepp, Hollie Snider, Gregory L. Norris and many more.

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Tales of Terror and Mayhem From Deep Within the Box – Now Available!

Look what arrived in the mail today! TALES OF TERROR AND MAYHEM contains my short story, “Mirror, Mirror.” The anthology’s available in both print and Kindle format here: http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Terror-Mayhem-From-within/dp/0615686524/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1349464851&sr=8-1&keywords=tales+of+terror+and+mayhem

Evil Jester Digest Vol. 1 is available

Evil Jester Digest Vol. 1, containing my story, “Widdershins,” is available on Amazon in print and Kindle format. You know you want it.

Evil Jester Digest Vol 1 is available!

Evil Jester Digest Vol 1 is out and contains my story, “Widdershins,” along with tales from Gary Brander, Rick Hautala, Tracy Carbone, David Dunwoody and more! At $2.99 you can’t afford not to grab this one!

http://www.amazon.com/Evil-Jester-Digest-One-ebook/dp/B007HPGA00/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1331080294&sr=1-5

Widdershins accepted for Evil Jester Digest Vol. 1

What a great way to end the day! I just found out that my short story, “Widdershins,” was accepted into Evil Jester Digest Volume 1. There was a lot of competition for this one, a 1 in 20 shot, and I made it! Happy dance. And I signed the contract for my novel to be re-released later this year, once cover art is finished and such. I’m only two days in and having a hell of a week. Maybe there really is something to this Dragon Year!  Here’s the TOC for Evil Jester Digest Volume 1

 

“The Girl Who Drowned” by Tracy L. Carbone
“Sharpe is Extraordinary” by David Dunwoody
“Widdershins” by Hollie Snider
“Dust Devil” by Gary Brandner (of Howling fame)
“GPS” by Rick Hautala (of Moondeath fame)
“Look Behind You” by Eric Shapiro
“Lone Wolf” by Gregory L. Norris
“A Gentleman’s Folly” by Phil Hickes
“Dust at the Center of All Things” by John F.D. Taff
“The End of Autumn” by Aric Sundquist

Live and Let Undead Review on Amazon

Live and Let Undead has its first official reader review on Amazon! Go check it out.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1468014757/ref=s9_simh_gw_p14_d0_g14_i1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=0KKT3Q972S35B2D47M90&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=470938631&pf_rd_i=507846

“Read the End First” coming soon

The anthology, “Read the End First,” edited by Suzanne Robb and Adrian Chamberlin is coming soon. I have a story it this one, titled “Blood and Soil.” Can’t wait to see it in print!

 

Live and Let Undead is er . . . Alive!

The “Live and Let Undead” anthology from Library of the Living Dead Press, an imprint of Twisted Library Press, is now available for purchase.

Just follow this link to buy several copies and support small presses!

http://www.amazon.com/Live-Let-Undead-Zombie-Anthology/dp/1468014757/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1325648627&sr=8-1

Here’s the book cover too!

 

Hidden Thoughts Press Phobias Anthology

Real People, Real Phobias

Hidden Thoughts Press is looking for true stories of phobias and how you’ve learned to live with them, overcome them, or even if you are still learning how to deal with those irrational fears everyone tells you is all in your head. The phobia can be yours, or someone you have a relationship with — parent, sibling, spouse, etc.

Give us real, give us raw, and hold nothing back. Hidden Thoughts Press wants those stories from the heart, telling us the ups and downs, the funny and the scary parts of having a phobia.

How do phobias affect your life? How do you get through them when the source of your fear makes itself known? How has having a phobia affected your relationship with others? What helps you make in through the stress a phobia can cause? Who has offered a shoulder to lean on?

Inspiration and hope are key to these stories. We want people to read yours and realize they’re not alone in the world of irrational fear. We want stories to help lift the feelings of isolation and depression that having a phobia can cause.

We also want to know how you stay ahead of your phobia? How to you control it, instead of letting it control you?

We know writing about your fears is a difficult task. Nothing is more scary than facing what you are afraid of, even in the written word. But we encourage you to share your stories, and hope that by doing so, your knowledge and experiences will help readers realize other people have felt the way they do and overcame it, and by extension, provide a cathartic experience for the sufferer as well.

Stories need to be sent by electronic submissions only. Your stories should be attached, not pasted into the body of your email, in RTF or DOC format. Do not send them in DOCX, ODT or WPD format. Please provide a brief cover letter with all your contact info, title, and word count and publication history, if any. Don’t worry if you haven’t been published. Hidden Thoughts Press still wants to hear from you.

All stories should have the author’s name, address, email and phone number in the top left corner and approximate word count in the top right corner. The story title should appear centered over the work about a third of the way down the page. Please do not use page numbers, headers or footers in your work. If a word or phrase needs emphasis, please use italics instead of underlining or captitalization.

Stories should be 1,500 to 6000 words, in Times New Roman or Courier/Courier New 12pt font, double spaced and left justified. Leave the right margin ragged. Please use 1”margins on all sides. Use 1 tab indent for paragraphs. If you aren’t sure how to format a manuscript, please visit:

http://www.shunn.net/format/story.html

You may submit up to two (2) stories for consideration

No reprints

No simultaneous submissions

The anthology is open until filled.

You will receive a confirmation email to let you know your submission has been received.

Payment for stories included in this anthology is one contributor’s copy and ½ cent per word

Please send your story to:

holliesnider@hiddenthoughtspress.com

Put your story title, last name and approximate word count in your email subject line

Please email questions or concerns to the email address above.

Hidden Thoughts Press is looking for submissions

As you all should know by now, I am the Executive Editor at Hidden Thoughts Press. We are looking for non-fiction submissions for book designed to help the mental health community. We have a few submission calls happening now, edited by the very capable Rebecca Besser and Lauren Panobianco. And I’ve put out a call myself, on phobias.

 

Phobia. What is it about this word that makes people cringe, or look over their shoulder, or even stand up straighter to look bigger? Nearly everyone is afraid of something, rational or irrational. Some of us have learned to deal with those fears, some of us have conquered them, and some of us still cower in the corner at the thought of that fear. Hidden Thoughts Press is looking for your non-fict…ion story about your fear. How do you deal with it? Have you conquered it? Did you have help, or did you just do it yourself? Maybe you live with someone who has a phobia. How does that person’s phobia affect your life? How do you help them when it strikes? We want those stories, those tales of inspiration. We want your stories to help others, to let those who still cower in the corner know that phobias can be lived with, that they don’t get to control our lives, and, in some cases, that they can be conquered.  Visit http://hiddenthoughtpress.lefora.com/ or email me at holliesnider@hiddenthoughtspress.com for more information.

Live and Let Undead

Just a quick post to to remind you all,

“Live and Let Undead” is coming soon. Are you ready? Watch the trailer at

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFkMtCjez4k

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