“100 Horrors” available for your kindle now.

Cruentus Libri Press is proud to present its first horror anthology.

My drabble “Death Laughs” is included in this digital collection.
100 AUTHORS from the four corners of the globe grace the pages of this anthology with their darkest imaginings.
100 STORIES running the gamut of horror from serial killers to the supernatural; from the occult to the ordinary.
100 WORDS is all they have to work with, crafting tales of micro-horror with the brevity and intensity of an ice-pick between the eyes.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00797QZYM

Check it out.  At $2.99 it won’t break the bank, and when you tell your friends you’ve been reading a book of horror drabbles they will be like “What the hell is a drabble?”  You can act all superior when you explain it.

100, 100 word stories that fit in with your busy lifestyle.  Get your quick horror fix whenever, where ever.

I Dabble in Drabble

What is a drabble, you say?  Why it’s a story of exactly 100 words.

What?  That’s madness!  How can anyone write a story in only 100 words?

You’ll have to check them out to see…

http://cruentuslibri.wordpress.com/

http://www.knightwatchpress.info/drabble2012.html

I’m pleased to say I provided one of the 100 drabbles in the book “100 Horrors” by Cruentus Libri Press.  The wee little story is called “Death Laughs.”  The publisher is still working on the cover art, but I will post it as soon as I am able.  Can’t wait to see what they come up with!

Additionally, the folks a Knightwatch Press had planned on doing a 2012 drabble calendar.  Well, life went too fast for them, and the calendar got flushed.  All excepted drabbles (mine is entitled “Lactic Acid”) were shuffled into the keeper pile for the book they will now become.  Sweet deal, I must say.  And the esteemed Eric S Brown, he of the Big Foot novels, is penning the intro.  Double bonus!

For any of you horror buffs out there, I believe that submissions are still open for Knightwatch’s “Little Stories for the Smallest Room.”  It is a “for the love” market, but who doesn’t love to see their name in print, and at 100 words, what do you have to lose?