Thursday, March 13, 2014

C. W. LASART- WOMAN IN HORROR!




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C. W. LaSart is my Woman In Horror today! She claims to be a normal mother, doing all the typical running the kids around stuff, attending games, orchestra concerts, and the like, but deep inside her soul lives the belly of the beast, screaming to be released on her magical keyboard.

As you can see below, she has plenty of anthologies she is in with gritty tales in all of them. But, Ad Nauseam is the crowning jewel of her collection. This is a chilling, dark macabre collection of short stories, and it is totally C. W. LaSart. This is a great thing, as her unique, horrifying brand of terror is allowed to run unfettered. This is a no-holds barred anthology and not to be missed! All of the tales in this great collection are unique. No two are the same. If you are looking for extreme horror, this is your book!

People compare her short stories with Stephen King and Richard Matheson. I beg to differ: she's better. Her creative, repulsing, and sometimes amusing stories jump right out at you, grabbing you and pulling the reader into the fray. What a place to be. For graphic horror with twisted gruesomeness, look no farther than C. W. And, my friends, she also blends her unique style of erotica into her cringe-worthy masterpeices.

Amazon Bio:

A lifelong fan of all things Horror and one of 3 winners of the Cemetery Dance Amatuer Writer's Contest, C.W. LaSart made her publishing debut in Dark Moon Digest Issue 1 in late 2010. She has since been published multiple times by Dark Moon Books as well as Cemetery Dance Publications, Eirelander Press, Evil Jester Press, Angelic Knight Press and more. Her premiere horror collection, AD NAUSEAM 13 Tales of Extreme Horror, was released by Dark Moon Books in March of 2012. Find more at CWLaSart.com

About

Writer of horror and dark fiction, C.W. LaSart is the author of Ad Nauseam: 13 Tales of Extreme Horror, and multiple short stories. CWLaSart.com
Biography
C. W. LaSart has recently been published in Dark Moon Digest Issue#1 and #4, with stories due out in 3 special issues this Fall. She is a winner in the Cemetery Dance Amateur Contest and will be published alongside some big names in a chapbook. Third place winner at SNM Horror Mag for their May Medievils Issue, she is a member of the Horror Writer's Association. Her anthology, Ad Nauseam, will be released January of 2012 by Dark Moon Books.
Description
A life-long fan of all things Horror, C. W. LaSart has spent most of her life writing Horror stories and is currently polishing her first full length work. Only recently plunging into the actual world of publication, she was fortunate enough to recieve acceptance on her first story submitted for publication. After a busy year, she has published/or sold, 7 short stories and signed a contract for an extreme anthology of her own work due out this fall from Dark Moon Books.

So, my friends, though she may be a good Mommy, there is no doubt that C. W. LaSart is a Woman In Horror!


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Fifty Shades of Decay by DeMarco, Guy Anthony, Ethridge, Benjamin Kane, Rosamillia, Armand and Marquitz, Tim (Feb 17, 2013)

Book Description

February 17, 2013
**Mature Audiences Only**

What's sexy about zombies? 51 authors answered that question with wild, weird, and titillating tales. From love during the apocalypse, to love that goes beyond the grave and back again, to love that well, never dies, you'll find these pages filled with desires demanding to be fufilled, hungers to be slaked, and lovers who won't let a little thing like death (or undeath) come between them. Do zombies need sex as much as they need brains? What would you do to bring a lover back from the dead? What if you survived the apocalypse only to find yourself alone and sexually frustrated?

Light some candles, put on some mood music, and cozy up with 50 Shades of Decay. The zombie sexpocalypse has begun...
4.0 out of 5 stars A myriad of stories!, March 15, 2013
By 
This review is from: Fifty Shades of Decay (Kindle Edition)
First, I want to reiterate, this book is rated MA for a reason. This is not a book for the squeamish either! With fifty-one different authors, there is plenty of variety in this collection. And while some were able to gross out the best of 'em, (me), there were others that ... dare I say ... touched me with sincerity and possibly a bit of romanticism. And then there were others that were just plain hot. :)

If you enjoy zombies, and can handle a fair amount of guts, gore and ... other parts ... then I suggest a read. With fifty-one stories, there's bound to be a couple for everyone's taste!

 

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Dark Moon Digest - Issue Number 4 by Swanson, Stan (Jul 10, 2011)

Book Description

July 10, 2011
Don't look now, but the inmates are escaping from the asylum. That's right. The editors and authors of Issue #4 of Dark Moon Digest have found the key and unlocked the doors. (We may have broken a few windows as well.) Sexy sirens? Repugnant rats? Zombie cats? You bet. But several stories in this issue push deep into the cobwebs of the human mind and reveal what we knew all along: that the most frightening monster roaming the earth is humankind. All in all, it's great issue with some great new authors and a few old favorites. You will also not want to miss the third installment of Kevin McClintock's "Tenants" 4-part serial novelette. And don't forget part three of our "Slaughterhouse" graphic serial. Things are headed toward exciting conclusions for both of these tales. It's too late to close and lock the doors again, my friends, so you may as well come inside and make yourself comfortable. That is if you can ignore the screams...
5.0 out of 5 stars I really enjoyed this issue of Dark Moon Digest June 27, 2011
By Julie
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The first story I turned to was "What the Cat Dragged in" and couldn't stop reading once I'd started. And now I keep worrying about what my own cats may bring home! I liked that the digest had so much variety as far as story length and type of horror. I've been reading more and more as I take breaks while plunking away at the keys in cubicleland. I highly recommend this. It's a great read. I'll definitely be purchasing the next issue.
  
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Dark Moon Digest - Issue Number 1 by Swanson, Stan (Mar 28, 2011)

Book Description

March 28, 2011
If you don't own a nightlight, maybe now's the time to invest in one. That's because the first issue of Dark Moon Digest-The Horror Fiction Quarterly here. Dark Moon Books is proud to present this exciting new publication geared toward horror fans and authors alike. Published four times per year, this 100 plus page anthology/magazine will be a solid addition to any horror enthusiast's library. In this first issue you fill discover stunning and award-winning stories including "Slut" by E. K. Coughlin, "Moon Medicine" by Christopher Leppek and Emanuel Isler "Remaining Zheng" by Corey Kellgren and "The Interrogation of John Walker" by Jay Wilburn. Also included are scary tales from C. W. LaSart ("Jack and Jill"), Nicholas Conley ("The Skunk Ape") and Kevin McClintock ("Darkest Before Dawn"). You will also find one of the best short stories in the classic horror genre from Charlotte Perkins Gilman-"The Yellow Wallpaper". Columns include From the Dark: Demonic Children (Jeremiah Dutch), Chattering Bones: A Brief History of Zombies (Manny Frishberg) and Under the Stairs: Shadow Soul (Michael O'Neal). Searching for quality horror stories and much more? Look no further. We have a little of everything from zombies in the Far East to swarms of bugs in your own backyard. And now, better check to see if you have a nightlight that's working. You might need it.
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome October 26, 2010
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Awesome stories. I have been a fan of horror genre and pulp magazines for sometime. This digest is something that is of high quality. My kudos to the editor/creator/owners. The magazine is not full of gratuitous violence or anything like that...they are things that tickle the human psyche. The true horror in any situation--in my humble opinion---is situational to the characters in place. The stories in this collection are very well written. I would like to get subscription information on future issues. I have read the book cover to cover and look forward to more.

 

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Slices of Flesh by Swanson, Stan (Apr 20, 2012)

Book Description

April 20, 2012
Do you like your horror in small bite-sized chunks? If so, then SLICES OF FLESH from Dark Moon Books will activate your taste buds like zombies drawn to fresh brains. These flash fiction stories oozed from the brains of some of the best horror writers from around the world and will fit perfectly into your daily diet of "scary." SLICES OF FLESH includes the following short horror tales: Acceptance (Reesa Brown), Air Baby (Stephen Volk), All Paths Lead to Psychopath (Sephera Giron), Althea's Mistake (Jennifer Word), Angst (Fran Friel), The Bastard Called Hope (Jennifer Brozek), Big Bite (Rick Hautala), Blame the Neighbours (Kaaron Warren), Bloody (Lorelei Shannon), Blue (J. R. Parks), Bones, Bones (James S. Dorr), Bones Lie Quietly Now (Nate Kenyon), Breathe (Brad C. Hodson), Burial Ground (Simon Clark), Carb Friendly (David C. Hayes), Chains of Love (Del Howison), The Collector (Jacob Ruby), Costumes (J. F. Palma), Cur (Shelly Towne), Cutter (David Dunwoody), Dear Jimmy (D.L. Snell), Demon (Michael O'Neal), Devoured (Jeremy C. Shipp), Dryad (Laura Benedict), Dwindling (Kevin McClintock), Etched Deep (David Niall Wilson), Every Time a Bell Rings (Araminta Star Matthews), Ex Voto (Graham Masterton), Extinction (Janice Gable Bashman), Fallen Leaves (Michelle Mellon), fambly (Jeremy M. Zoss), For Worse (Steve Voelker), Chomps (Sierra Christman), The Fourth Wall (Jack Nealy), Fresh Air (Lon Prater), Grampa's Lucky Coin (Peter Timony), Heart Throb (Linda Addison), Hoodies (Paul Kane), How to Make a Monster (Adrian Ludens), I Am Not Afraid (Stan Swanson), I Am Not Going to Be That Guy (Lance Shoeman), If You Go Out in the Woods Tonight (Nancy Holder), In the Fullness of the Moon (Nancy Kilpatrick), Intertwining Tales (Timothy P. Remp), Into the Death Zone (Tim Lebbon), It's Just Business (Matthew Warner), Jumping In (Aaron Polson), Just One of the Gang (William F. Nolan), Kelly Wants to be Free (Wayne Simmons), Laid Down (Ramsey Campbell), Last Call (M. R. Sellars), Love Disappears (J. W. Schnarr), Magnum Opus (Lori Michelle), Monster (Max Booth III), MRM (Connie Corcoran-Wilson), Nothing (Douglas Smith), Overtime at the Beheading Factory (Tom Cardamone), Paper or Plastic (Roy Robbins), Perishables (Amy Grech), Picnic (R. B. Payne), Polaroids (Jack Ketchum), Predator and Prey (Fred Wiehe), The Prisoner of Andersonville (Eric J. Guignard), Puddles (Bryan Hall), The Real Deal (Anne C. Petty), Rudy Jenkins Buries His Fears (Richard Thomas), The Rush (Lisa Morton), Sabbatical in the Methlands (Joe McKinney), The Shadow of a Doubt (C. W. LaSart), She. Her. You. (Kevin James Breaux), Snuffbox (Erin Eveland), Soul Of The Dog (Lee F. Jordan), Spit (Jeremy Wagner), Spot (Charles Gramlich), Stab (Lawrence Watt-Evans), Striped Pajamas (Marge Simon), Sumpahump (JG Faherty), Swallow (Simon Strantzas), Then, Just A Dream (Lawrence Santoro), Things Fall Apart (Christopher DiLeo), Today, I'm Marshall Mason (Charlie Fish), Touch (Marie O'Regan), Under Dale (Susan Palwick), Vade in Pacem (Monica J. O'Rourke), Van Helsing: His True Story (Jason V Brock), Wetback (David Tallerman), What I've Gots in My Pocketses (Chantal Boudreau), When The Dead Rise (Sandy DeLuca), Who Is Screaming (Stewart Carrick) and The Wrath of Benjo (Edward M. Erdelac).
5.0 out of 5 stars Lush Little Delicacies March 25, 2012
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In full-disclosure mode, I'm one of the 90 or so contributors to this book. That has given me access to an advanced proof-copy of SLICES OF FLESH and, after reading my own contribution, THEN, JUST A DREAM (its 3rd time in print, thank you...) I began to read some of the other efforts.

I am, as Tony C. Smith on the StarShipSofa says, chuffed!

First, I'm in the sandwich with writers such as Jack Ketchum, Simon Clark, Ramsey Campbell, Nancy Holder, Tim Lebbon, Graham Masterson, Kaaron Warren, William F. Nolan...William F. Nolan for crineoutloud! I am further chuffed because Stan has put together a really good-looking book with cover art by Mike Mignola. Yes. That Mike Mignola, HELLBOY's Mike Mignola. Anyway. The talent pooled here is first rate and the work presented, while in bite-sized portions, is excellent; some is harsh, some delicate, some touching, some funny, some enigmatic... Oh, I heartily recommend this little wander through the abattoir.

All the above avoids the mention that we're all volunteers here and the book will help raise money for several writerly-oriented charities...literacy, the Horror Writers Association's Hardship Fund, the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation...others.

Nice to know but I wouldn't recommend buying a book simply to aid good causes. Do that, yes, buy it on the moral high-ground, but buy it because it's going to be a good -- a very good -- read!

 

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Frightmares: A Fistful of Flash Fiction Horror by Swanson, Stan and Booth III, Max (Mar 6, 2012)

Book Description

March 6, 2012
We are not sure how many body pieces Victor Frankenstein used to create his "monster," but it is likely he used a lot less than Dark Moon Books did in stitching this creation together. It was pointed out during the proofreading and editing process that the table of contents included more words (nearly 800 at last count) than any of the individual stories. It was an interesting observation, but it proves a point. A well-written, complete story can be told with very few words. So, here it is in all of its nightmarish, ghoulish glory, Frightmares: A Fistful of Flash Fiction. It is packed with 129 tales that will rattle your bones, cause you to ponder your future, make you lose some sleep and, yes, even bring a smile to blood-smeared lips. The creation is sewn up tight and ready for a jolt of lightning to bring it to life. And, yes, that time has come, my friends. "It Lives!"

 

5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding January 8, 2012
Format:Paperback
I found this book to be very interesting. The different writing styles of each author kept me flipping the pages until I had this amazing book finished. Thank you Stan Swanson for a great read.

 

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Dark Moon Digest Young Adult Horror #1 by Swanson, Stan and Michelle, Lori (Aug 5, 2013)

Book Description

August 5, 2013
The editors at Dark Moon Books have been talking about publishing a young adult version of our quarterly horror anthology, Dark Moon Digest, since our first issue. Well, nearly three years later, here it is. And we have some great tales to share with not only younger fans of the horror genre, but the inner child in all of us. This special issue brings us stories from Joe McKinney (Among Men), Nancy Holder (Are the Stars Out Tonight?), C. W. LaSart (Creepy Town), James S. Dorr (Cyclops), Dawn Napier (Deadly Thin Ice), John Peel (Franklinstein), JG Faherty (Lonely Is The Mothman), Kevin David Anderson (Mounting Fairies for Display), Jonathan Maberry (Overdue Books), Kimberly Yerina (Rotten Inside), Jeff Szpirglas (Scratch), Sarah Ahiers (Smothered), Max Booth III (Super), Stacey Turner (The Nightmare Project) and P. B. Kane (The Rainbow Coat).
5.0 out of 5 stars Great collection of some genuinely creepy stories! October 30, 2013
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Okay--disclosure first. I have a story in this collection (ROTTEN INSIDE), so naturally, that is one of my "favorites"--LOL! Since I can't honestly review my own, on to the rest!

Overall, I found this to be a very strong collection, with some genuinely creepy stories. One example is C.W. LaSart's CREEPY TOWN, that deals with an odd assortment of gnome statues. For some reason, I found this one particularly disturbing. FRANKLINSTEIN, by John Peel was a mix of some humor, and historical what-if's--it certainly captured my attention! Possibly my favorite, is SCRATCH, by Jeff Szpirglas. This story was nothing that I was expecting it to be, and honestly "gruesome", mentally. Another notable story was Sarah Ahiers, SMOTHERED. I found this to have a unique premise, and give high marks for originality in theme.

 

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Vampires! (Dark Moon Digest Presents) by Kenneth W. Cain, Stan Swanson, Lori Michelle and Araminta Star Matthews (Dec 19, 2011)It's true that few of us would choose the life of a zombie, mindlessly consuming every moving thing in sight as we rot and shrivel with decay. It's also true that few of us would choose to become a ghost, dolefully watching the comings and goings of the living, unable to touch, to breathe, to feel them in a physical way. But, if given the chance to become a vampire, I think most of us would bite. Vampires make our pulses quicken: whether they are the velveteen figures of Anne Rice or Bram Stoker, or the violent monsters of Stephen King, we don't care. Not the hunters. Not the hopefuls. The real, blood-drinking, neck-biting fiends. Vampires are timeless because they are immortal. And the vampires in these pages may just come back to bite you in the end. These are stories you can really sink your teeth into. Promise.

By jennytwist on February 29, 2012
Format: Paperback
Another great vampire story from this talented young author.
Rodney and his girlfriend, Jackie, brave the vampires' den to rescue the dogs which the vampires have captured and are using as a source of food.
This exciting teen story is told with Ms Hall's usual fluency and style. I was captivated from the start.
Keep it up, Tara. I can't get enough of your stories

  

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Dark Moon presents: GHOSTS! by Swanson, Stan (Oct 27, 2011)

Book Description

October 27, 2011
We are the ones who still believe. In our periphery, we see them dancing darkly in moon beams, flickering like ghouls in the candlelight, and braying like witches to the wind that flutters the branches in the trees. We turn to look, but the specters sway just out of our line of vision, always behind us like our own shadows. Sometimes we feel them brush against our cheek while we sleep. Cold, clammy palms weep against our shoulders before we turn with a start. A chill sweeps over us. Sometimes we are fortunate enough to catch a glimpse. The white lady on the stairs raising her willowy arm
Danger lurks beyond, riddled in these stories. Ghosts and specters will haunt you if you turn the page. They are there, just beyond your vision. Rapping. Creeping. Waiting.

 

Dark Moon presents: ZOMBIES by Word, Jennifer, Swanson, Stan, Hogg, Frances Augusta and Matthews, Araminta Star (Oct 14, 2011)

Book Description

October 14, 2011
One day soon-perhaps even sooner than any of us imagine-the dead will rise. They will claw their way out of their graves and sate themselves on the supple flesh of the terrified masses. Those bitten will fall and rise again, cursed with an undeniable hunger for the meaty organs of the living. They will defy thousands of years of human evolution as they devour raw meat like undead cannibals, and bodies will litter the streets. Gather your cache of melee weapons. Round up your survival gear. Kiss your children good night. Because they are coming. They've been dead a long time. And they're hungry. So very hungry. Dark Moon Presents: ZOMBIES! Is a collection of 15 tales that will not only keep you awake long after dark, but also make you wonder if it will ever be safe to sleep again.
Format:Paperback
This anthology of 15 short horror stories is written by a variety of authors in a variety of styles, but all are about zombies and the Zombie Apocalypse. Normally zombies aren't my thing, but this anthology made it fun to be scared and read about zombies - time frames were anywhere from the Roman Empire's invasion of Germania through the near future, and styles ranged from an interesting, Voodoo-themed first-person narrative to a 3rd person narrative (which is tricky), and included everything from the typical, shambling zombies through zombies that were almost the same as a living person. One story is even told from the point of view of a dog, which I found particularly fascinating.

Each of the writers is obviously a master of their trade; the stories are all flawless, beautifully descriptive and wonderful to read - perfect little zombie-horror gems. I highly recommend this for anyone who is looking for something wonderful and spooky to read for Halloween, or any time of the year.

Nightscapes: Volume 1 by Garton, Ray, Mannetti, Lisa, Morton, Lisa and Ethridge, Benjamin Kane (Dec 8, 2013)

Book Description

December 8, 2013
From the depths of the soul to the depths of hell. From the shadows of your most frightening dreams to the shadows lurking in the corner unseen and waiting. Darkness is painted across the palette of every nightscape. And it’s waiting for you…
In this new anthology from Nightscape Press, we bring you 24 tales of bitter loss, jaded love, obsession, murder, cannibalism, hauntings, voodoo, black market horrors, demons, leprechauns, zombies, deadly mysteries, and much more!


Table of Contents:
A Dry Spell in Parnell County by Ed Kurtz
Still by Charles Colyott
A Taste of Green Voodoo Healing by Peter N. Dudar
Vision by Megan N. Moore
Autumn’s Gifts by Jeremy Terry
Game Changer by Peter Giglio
Corruption by Lisa Mannetti
Worldly Possessions by Richard Salter
Village Green by Boyd E. Harris
Angel Killer by Lisa Morton
Fly by Jonathan Templar
Wee Ones by C.W. LaSart
Mary Kelly’s Face by John Forth
How to Save a Life by Chris Marrs
In the Halls and on the Stairs by Brad C. Hodson
Surprise Inside by Tonia Brown
Chopper by Bryan Hall
House Hunting by Ray Garton
Deviant Colors by Benjamin Kane Ethridge
Guadalupe’s Tamales by Shane McKenzie
Whispers in the Trees, Screams in the Dark by Taylor Grant
The Big Dream by J.S. Reinhardt
The Rag-End of Dreams by Trent Zelazny
Skins by Richard Wright

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Stories January 4, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
Unlike some short story collections, this one included only gems. I can honestly state that I found each story entertaining. Each entry was well paced. I never felt the urge to skip ahead to find something more interesting.
  
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Ad Nauseam by LaSart, C. W. (Apr 20, 2012)

Book Description

April 20, 2012
Exotic, Erotic, Gruesome and Gory! What if your Muse really was a twisted bitch, and she lived in your spare bedroom? And how far would you go to improve your station in life? In this premiere collection by C.W. LaSart, you will find 13 gruesome tales of the macabre, from a simpleton who forms an unnatural obsession with his own backyard to a lonely woman whose suitor is not heaven-sent. These stories, ranging from the supernatural to the darkness that lives within the human heart, are sure to send a chill down your spine and a flush to your face. Certain to disturb and delight, Ad Nauseam is a walk through the twisted imagination of one of horror's rising stars.
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific Collection of Horror Tales!!! March 25, 2012
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I love reading short story collections. I love reading short horror story collections even more. This book did not disappoint. Every story is chilling and dark, macabre and disturbing. My favorites were Simple Pleasures and The Hand That Feeds. The Hand That Feeds is just as good as any Stephen King short horror story. LaSart is definitely an author to keep your eye on. I loved this collection as much as any of Stephen King's short story collections, and I would compare C.W. LaSart to both King and Richard Matheson in regards to storytelling style and craft. This author is superb, and I wouldn't be surprised if C.W. LaSart ends up being a household name in the horror genre. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves short horror, you won't be disappointed.
  
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Wake the Witch by Boudreau, Chantal, Schoonover, Kristi, Landrum, David and LaSart, CW (Jan 1, 2012)

Book Description

January 1, 2012
May December Publications proudly presents: WAKE THE WITCH.

Prepare to have a spell cast over you by this collection of bewitching tales; each one cast out by well-trained sorcerer or sorceress with a heart of gold. These charms and incantations were offered gratis as a spell of protection and assistance for people around the world suffering from tragedy and heartbreak. By reading this tome, you will be helping a stranger, a neighbor, or perhaps even yourself.

We thank each and every author that donated their stories for this charity anthology: Adam Millard, Bennie Newsome, Chantal Boudreau, CW LaSart, DA Chaney, David Landrum, Elizabeth Butler, Geoffery Crescent, Ken Goldman, Kristi Petersen Schoonover, Marius Dicomites, Mark Jones, Michael Frissore, Todd Brown and Walter Campbell
5.0 out of 5 stars Charity Chiller-A Truly Don't Miss Anthology June 5, 2012
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When I read an anthology or a short story collection this excellent, I am reminded of two things:
1. I really need to spend more time reading short fiction, instead of confining myself to novels.
I'm missing so much.
2. Horror is not the sole province of the novel-horror can be worked efficiently in a novella, a short story, or even flash (less than 100 words). The stories in "Wake the Witch" deserve reading, each and every one. Different authors, different themes and settings, but each one is a gem. An example is the excellent rendering of the 19th century classic "Young Goodman Brown" by Ken Goldman-"Mercy Hathaway is a Witch"; and then there's TW Brown's laugh-out-loud contemporary version of "Hansel and Gretel"-"Timmy and Ginny." My personal favourites are the very special (read it and see) "Your Next Appointment," and the way-scary poetic justice of "Vanity" (which made me a Chantal Boudreau convert!)

Every story is well worth reading and re-reading, of and for themselves. Not to mention that this anthology donates every cent quarterly to the Red Cross-no profits here, just charity. So go do something good-good for yourself, good for others who have suffered and will suffer in future from natural disasters and man-made horror (can we say Fujiyama, and Deep Horizons?) Get this book and settle in for an evening of enjoyment-and don't look over your shoulder.
  
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The Somnambulist by C.W. LaSart (Sep 16, 2012)

Book Description

September 16, 2012
Brian awakes from a dream, only to find he is trapped in a nightmare. A horrendous crime has been committed and he’s beginning to fear he may be at fault. A video camera, set up to record his nightly sleepwalking habits, holds all the answers. But will the images he sees prove him innocent? Or show the darkness he contains within?
4.0 out of 5 stars No Rest for the Wicked June 27, 2013
By pda942
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This short story begins with a deliciously sensual encounter between a woman and her husband, that ends with a dark preview of things to come. I don't want to give too much of the plot away, but LaSart is a gifted writer with a ferocious imagination. A great entry into an often (sadly overlooked) genre: erotic horror.
  
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