Wow!!!! - Today Descent Into Darkness hit #1 in anthologies/horror! How cool is that??
700+ pages of novellas, short stories and more!
On sale 99 cents to Halloween!
My story, "Thirteen Horses" was a way to find perfect justice for a horrific, real-life crime...
The OCTOBER FRIGHTS Blog Hop is underway!
Eerie #Halloween fiction, spooky prizes,
giveaways and more on 35 blogs!
Tues. Oct. 10: Read my new short fiction, "The Pumpkin Patch." What really happens to the lucky pumpkin picked from the patch?
Weds. Oct. 11: #1LineWed - One Line Wednesday
Thurs. Oct. 12: Flash fiction, "Fall Leaves"
Fri. Oct. 13:
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I have a new story, "Thirteen Horses," in the Descent Into Darkness anthology. In print and Kindle. Check out the cool cover! 700+ pages!
What keeps you awake at night?
Murder and monsters...
Demons and forces of evil...
Ghosts and urban legends...
Dive into the darkness with twenty tales of terror that will keep you awake long after the lights go out.
A horror anthology featuring featuring several best-selling and award-winning authors from around the globe, "Descent into Darkness" contains a variety of terrifying short stories and novellas.
Baba by Tony Urban
Blood Note by Sylvester Barzey
Nail Gun Glissando by Steve Vernon
The Evil in Devil’s Creek by Paul B. Kohler
What’s Been Keeping Me Awake by Amanda Luzzader
Mark of Perdition by R. L. Blalock
The Sun Makes Me Turn Purple by Gretta Penelope
Send in the Clowns by David J. Schmidt
The Nine Lives of Captain Osborne by E.E. Isherwood
They Want to Die, Let ‘em by L J Parker
Simon Says by Rachel McClellan
The Door by Delia Rai
** Thirteen Horses by C.A. Verstraete
Zombie Apocalypse by Max Lockwood
Fetch by Joe Jackson
Knock, Knock by Cindy Carroll
His Model Son by Brian J.W. Lee
Ascension by G M Sherwin
Through a Dark Wood by Shayne Rutherford
Lock and Key by Patrick Logan
I went to Milwaukee Saturday with some fellow writers to hear King and his son, Owen, who were touring for their new book release, Sleeping Beauties. As far as I know, this was their first-ever stop in this area! Read more on what the Kings said on my GirlZombieAuthors blog - part 1 and part 2.
Everyone who attended also got a copy of the book, which included 400 signed copies. And to my HUGE shock - I opened my copy of the book at home and found.... Wow!!
Blog by Chris Verstraete - author, award-winning journalist, miniaturist. I love dogs, too. It's all good.