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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

99-Cent Last-Chance Sale: TWO: The 2nd Annual Horror Special

TWO: The 2nd Annual Horror Special goes out of print as of November 1, so for the next seven days you can buy the Kindle edition only for the special last-chance price of $0.99 USD. (Or free, if you're a Kindle Unlimited subscriber.)

I'd always considered TWO to be one of our biggest, best, and most cohesive books, as it contains fourteen short stories and two complete novelettes: a baker’s dozen and then some of ghosties and ghoulies, vampires and zombies, monsters and mayhem, and things that go bump in the night. But while it sold well enough, it fell victim to our usual brand-recognition and release-timing problems, and never became the breakout book I'd hoped it would be.

Nonetheless, it is a terrific collection, and if you like horror, you owe it to yourself to check it out.

TWO: The 2nd Annual Horror Special, features:
  • “Second to Last Stop” by Evan Dicken
  • “Cabrón” by Jóse Iriarte
  • “Blood and Water” by Rose Blackthorn
  • “Gris-Gris for a Mal Pris” by Rebecca Roland
  • “Zombie Angst, or How to Pair Human Brains With a Good Chianti” by Stone Showers
  • “Wall” by Yukimi Ogawa
  • “A is for Android” by Holly A. Cave
  • “The Things That Perish Along The Way” by Keith Rosson
  • “Choice” by Shona Snowden
  • “Offworld” by Anton Sim
  • “An Incident in Cain's Mark” by L. Joseph Shosty
  • “Professor Pandemonium's Train of Terror” by Simon Kewin
  • “It Came From Hell And Smashed The Angels” by Gregor Xane
  • “The Waiting Line (Many Elbows)” by Leah Thomas
  • “The Revenge of Oscar Wilde” by Sean Eads
  • “Eulogy to be Given by Whoever's Still Sober” by Nicole Cushing
Available for Kindle only, and for seven more days only, at this link:


(Non-US readers: this link should automatically redirect to the Amazon site for your region. If it doesn't, let me know.)

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