Publisher: Limitless Publishing
Publisher: Limitless Publishing
Dark. Depraved. Sacrilegious.
Each shocking story from these bestselling, dark authors will deform a holy sacrament into a sensually wicked taboo.
There is no sanctuary, no light – only darkness – a deep, clawing horror.
The blood of the innocent will be shed in a twisted perversion of all you hold dear.
You will search in vain for a happy ending.
This is your only warning.
They fear me. I wish I could say that it is all for the good of the world that I kill them slowly and give them a taste of what they have made others feel, but that would be a lie. Turns out, I have a lust for blood and get off on making THEM my slave. They may be way past being offended at that point, but I sure enjoy my living dead boys.
Just one small problem. I am falling for my newest conquest and don’t know anymore if I want to tie him up and kill him slowly. He supposedly sexually assaulted a woman horribly ten years ago and is currently on parole for the crime, but something about those genuine sea green eyes and that beguiling mouth makes me weak. I still want to tie him up but what I want to do to him- will make us both scream.
Something about his darkness and pain calls to my own, and he knows I could kill him at any time, but still fights to possess me in every dripping, consuming and tantalizing way.
Come inside if you dare where real sex slave stories are my inspiration and I’ll tell you the story of a serial murderess and the life altering events that made her a Lover of the Dead.
ERIN LEE is a freelance writer and therapist living with her family in southern New Hampshire. She is the author of Crazy Like Me, a novel published in 2015 by Savant Books and Publications, LLC. She is also author of Wave to Papa, 2015, Nine Lives, 2016, and Alters, 2016 with Limitless Publishing. She authored Losing Faith with Black Rose Writing. Other titles include Host, Merge, Her Name Was Sam, Take Me As I Am, 99 Bottles, The Morning After and award-winning When I’m Dead. In her free time, she works on her upcoming releases, Just Things, a novel built on the life of Jimmie Putnam as seen here in her story, “Jimmie’s Freezers,” (The trouble with) Butterfly Kisses, From Russia, With Love, and Between the Cushions: A poetry collection.
Stacey Longo is an award-winning author and editor living in Hebron, Connecticut. Most recently, her YA mystery, My Sister the Zombie, was released in March 2018. She is also
the author of the Pushcart-nominated Ordinary Boy, a dark fiction novel, and Secret Things, a short story collection, among other titles. She is a former humor columnist for the Block Island Times, and writes a weekly humor blog at www.staceylongo.com.
Luke Swanson lives in Oklahoma City, soaking up as much story as he can. He attended Oklahoma Christian University, studying writing and history. His mystery novel, The Ten, is available from Limitless Publishing, and his short stories “The Six-Foot Ladder” and “Sacrifice” have been featured in previous “13” anthologies.
Robert White writes under the name Robb T. White. He writes crime, noir, and hardboiled fiction. His latest works are a collection of short stories about “dangerous women” and a serial-killer novel: Perfect Killer (Crowood Press, 2018).
Chris P. Clay
As a boy, Chris P. Clay was timid, nervous and easily spooked. As an adult, he considers himself to be reserved and cautious. The easily spooked has morphed into a fascination with all things eerie and macabre. He is fascinated with the supernatural and exploring the scary side of childhood fairy tales, old toys, circuses and carnivals. Some of his favorite dark visionaries are Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, Guillermo del Toro and Tim Burton. When not writing, he reads, watches movies, walks or bikes, cooks and makes art.
A.J. Norris is a romantic suspense and dark paranormal romance author. She enjoys being able to get inside someone else’s head, even a fictional one, and see what they see. Watching how her characters deal with difficult situations or squirm with the uncomfortable ones makes the hard work of writing all worth it.
Aaron White started drawing monsters when he was four years old, which proved to be a catalyst for his active imagination. Throughout grade and middle school he drew various ghoulish creatures while pouring through books by author such as John Bellairs, C. S. Lewis, and even Stephen King. Aaron went on to major in Illustration at Massachusetts College of Art, but still dabbled with creative writing here and there. Eventually he decided to focus his imagination
on writing, and has since completed several short stories in the horror and sci-fi genres. He’s also working on a full-length fantasy novel for young adults. Aaron currently resides in central Massachusetts.
Dale W. Glaser
DALE W. GLASER is a collector, re-teller and occasional inventor of fantasy tales. He requires air, food, water and stories in order to survive, not necessarily in that order. His lifelong love of written words has manifested as a devotion to the English language almost exclusively, which is probably just as well because if he were to master any of the dead tongues that conceal ancient mysteries and invoke malevolent forces, we’d all be in trouble. His short stories have been published in magazines such as Cheapjack Pulp, Occult Detective Quarterly, and Trysts of Fate, as well as anthologies such as Final Masquerade, Eldritch Embraces and Pirates Vs. Monsters. He currently lives in Virginia with his wife and three children. He can be found online at https://dalewglaser.wordpress.com.
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