I am delighted to announce the publication of Tales from Darker Places – the second horror and dark fantasy anthology by the Indie Collaboration.
The book is a mix of work from authors familiar and new and will be, as are all the Indie Collaboration works, free. At least when Amazon catches up! The mission of the Indie Collaboration is to share the work of up and coming authors in bite sized chunks, gaining recognition for the authors and sharing a taste of their work with readers.
Usually my work is fantasy, but for this anthology I have included a story about Jack the Ripper, the infamous Victorian serial killer. It is half based on fact – the death of the victim, the time and the situation are real but the killer’s identity is conjecture. It was not easy to write, nor is it easy to read. The Autumn of Terror was a truly terrifying time for the citizens of London in 1888, especially the poor. There is also a poem which is a companion piece to the story. Both are dark. So Many Nights, So Many Sins is vampire tale of darkness and defiance.
The entire volume is not for the faint of heart or the squeamish but the tales and poems are varied and there is something to suit lovers of the dark and deadly.
Authors included in this volume:
The Cleansing Bar
A Chance Meeting?
The Worm’s Head Manuscript
Jack is My Name
A Blade in the Night
So Many Nights, So Many Sins
Dani J Caile
A Day in the Life of a Zombie
Paperback link http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tales-Darker-Places-Collaboration-Presents/dp/150272913X
Curl up with this shivery Halloween anthology.