Sunday, August 14, 2016

WEIRDBOOK #32


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 Weirdbook #32 has quite a collection of great authors as you can see by the book description below.


Book description:


 Weirdbook #32 presents a selection of great fantasy and horror tales by current and upcoming masters of the genre. Included are:

Childhood's Dread, by Taye Carrol

The Other Neighbors, by Daniel Davis

Rare Air, by Mark Slade

The Children, by J.E. Álamo

The Radiant Boy, by Kevin Wetmore

The Whisperer in the Woods, by Peter Schranz

Sweet Oblivion, by Andrew Darlington

An Unsolicited Lucidity, by Lee Clark Zumpe

Black Carnival, by Bobby Cranestone

The Howard Family Tradition, by P. R. O'Leary

Hell in a Boxcar, by Scott A. Cupp

Jorōgumo, by Kelda Crich

Clay Baby, by Jack Lee Taylor

The Corpse and the Rat: A Story of Friendship, by Joshua L. Hood

Getting Thin, by DJ Tyrer

Maybe Next Door, by Richard LaPore

Containment Protocol, by Leeman Kessler

Under a Rock, by Lori R. Lopez

The Children Must Be Hungry, by L.F. Falconer

The Road to Hell, by Kevin L. O'Brien

Maggot Coffee, by Roy C. Booth and Axel Kohagenv

Baby Mine, by Marilyn "Mattie" Brahen

In Blackwalk Wood, by Adrian Cole

My Longing to See Tamar, by Jessica Amanda Salmonson

Gust of Wind Made by Swinging a Blade, by Molly N. Moss

Necromancer's Lair, by Chad Hensley

The Helm, by Chad Hensley

Ex Arca Sepulcrali, by Wade German

The Laughter of Ghouls, by K.A. Opperman

Ode to Ashtoreth, by K.A. Opperman

The Necro-Conjuring Sorceress, by Ashley Dioses

What Dark Gods Are Friends to Me? by Chad Hensley

Scarlet Succubus Shrine, by Frederick J. Mayer

Penelope, Sleepless, by Darrell Schweitzer

 
Lori R. Lopez has a great story in the tome titled Under A Rock. Go to http://www.tangentonline.com/print--quarterly-reviewsmenu-261/286-weirdbook/3201-weirdbook-32-may-2016  
and read the wonderful review the folks at Tangent did for Lori's story. This is a well laid out review post for all the super tales in this book. Read and enjoy!

Blaze McRob

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