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Halloween may be over, but....

That's no reason to stop reading horror stories!



Awakening in a strange forest, five friends survive a car accident, but are separated from each other. While trying to make their way to each other, they encounter the creatures that inhabit the forest. What the five friends don't realize is that these creatures are feeding on the guilt and pain they each hoard within themselves.
As the night progresses, one of them becomes the key to escape the forest, and the other may just be the reason they are condemned.





There’s never enough of a scare factor with just one horror anthology. That’s why Solstice Shadows presents a second Halloween themed collection of stories by an incredible group of authors for your reading pleasure.

 Are you ready to make sure the windows and doors are locked? That you’ve put out all the necessary spook deterrents? Will those be good enough to keep out the ghosts, ghouls, and other creatures that rule this special night?

Voodoo, greed, and prejudice mar paradise.


Extraordinary characters create strange bedfellows


Obsession never dies.


Evil Waits in the Darkness


Some whacked game or pure evil?


Ava just wants to play.


Ghost Cat. Don’t honeymoon without one.


What’s the cost of endless cash?


Southern heat can drive you crazy


Her powers were about to lead her to her doom.


Ten tales of horror and frightdom filled with tales scary enough to have you watching your every move are offered for your reading enjoyment. Ten incredibly talented authors contributed to this finale of horror: Noelle Myers, Davina Guy, Ken Newman, David Mannes, Leigh Podgorski, K.A. Meng, Debbie De Louise E.B. Sullivan, Adam Zorzi, and Palvi Sharma serve up stories guaranteed to make your fright night truly fearful.

Check out my short story THE HAUNTED EMPATH in this book. GET IT NOW

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