My story Motel Impressions is now available in Miseria’s Chorale Anthology by Forgotten Tombs Press. There are some great authors in the book, many of whom I’ve already shared space in previous short story collections.
About Motel Impressions:
A haunted motel room on a wicked stormy night is the setting for my lurid tale about a young couple tormented by a ghastly event. Takes place on Long Island’s South Shore (as many of my stories do).
If you’re a horror reader, I hope you will all get this book and check it out. It is probably the best ghost story I’ve written (so far) and I hope to give some of you the willies. I knew I had written something special with ‘Motel Impressions’ when I got the acceptance for this because it was probably the best compliment from an editor I have ever received. Editor David Nell wrote, “It was nail-bitingly paced and well-written, and even though it’s one of the longer stories we’ve received, it had us glued all the way to the end. Excellent work.”
‘Motel Impressions’ by Michael Thomas-Knight
Now available in,
Miseria’s Chorale from Forgotten Tombs Press
Available at Amazon.com, kindle and paperback editions:
Includes horror fiction by:
James Dorr, Anna Taborska, Pete Aldin, Carl Barker,Todd Keisling, Ryan Falcone, Bruce Memblatt, Peter Crowther, Shaun Meeks, Jonny M. Kelley, K Trap Jones, Michael Thomas-Knight, Alexandre Mandarino Lucy Taylor and many more…
You’re on a roll – keep it up!
Thanks Bob, I feel good about the stories I’m writing these days:)
There’s no better feeling, Mike.
Have a great holiday.
Congratulations! I look forward to reading it.