Journals of Horror – news and 99 cents sale!

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Ok, first the news! Journals of Horror has made the preliminary ballot for the Bram Stoker Award in the category of Anthology! It’s only the first step of many, but still an honor to even be recognized by the HWA. Oh, and did I mention that I have a story in this book?

Now, you can get your Kindle version of Journals Of Horror for only 99 cents!

That’s right, sign into Amazon on Feb. 14th, Valentine’s Day and get a copy of Journals of Horror for only 99 cents!

If you get a copy, be sure to read my story, Night Terrors and leave a comment on Amazon Reviews about the book 🙂

****Sale extended though Mon, Feb 16th****

get it here: Journals of Horror

Journals of Horror – 99 cents sale – this weekend only!

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Journals of Horror – 99 cents sale – this weekend only!

If any of you are curious about the Journals of Horror: Found Fiction Anthology, this weekend would be a great time to get your kindle version of the book. There is a 99 cents sale going on this weekend!

Journals of Horror: Found Fiction, includes a short story by Michael Thomas-Knight

Suicide notes, inter-office memos, diaries, email threads; people’s most personal thoughts in the pages of this collection. What has happened to these people; where have their lives gone wrong? Find out in Journals of Horror.

Just wanted to say a few things about my story, Night Terrors, included in the Journals of Horror release

Here’s some of the influences that proded this story from my icey dead fingers…

For a short period of time, my younger brother would wake in the night from night terrors. He’d stand, wide eyed in terror, pointing to the corners of the room, at things we could not see. It was frightening enough to watch his behavior, not to mention thinking about what it was he might be seeing. These experiences were an influential aspect to the story, Night Terrors.

I’ve done quite a bit of studies on supernatural entities. There are different kinds of entities as there are different kinds of hauntings. I thought it would be interesting to see what would happen if several of these different types of entities were brought into the same arena. The arena would be the dreams and nocturnal world of a woman, whose failing marriage has left a great void in her life and left her vulnerable to attack.

Michael Thomas-Knight

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Black Files on Black Friday special that will run Nov. 27th to Dec. 1st! It will be for the Amazon US site only:
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Journals of Horror: Found Fiction, Anthology Released

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Journals of Horror: Found Fiction
edited by Terry M. West

Journals of Horror: Found Fiction, includes a short story by yours truly, Michael Thomas-Knight

Suicide notes, inter-office memos, diaries, email threads; people’s most personal thoughts in the pages of this collection. What has happened to these people; where have their lives gone wrong? Find out in Journals of Horror.

Terry M. West and Pleasant Storm Entertainment, Inc. present a revolutionary approach to the multi-author horror fiction anthology. JOURNALS OF HORROR: Found Fiction, is a collection of terror inspired by the mechanics of the found footage horror film. In JOURNALS OF HORROR, the stories presented are horrific encounters committed to paper, item or device and discovered later. Each tale is a case file that has been transcribed from some type of unearthed diary.

This anthology is filled with some of the hottest talent in the horror-fiction genre:
P.D. Cacek
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Glenn Rolfe
Robin Dover
DS Ullery
Scott Essel Pratt
Michael Thomas-Knight
John Ledger
Paul D. Marks
Sonja Thomas
Paula Cappa
Stuart Keane
Darryl Dawson
Crystal Leflar
Lori R. Lopez
Michael Seese
Jeff O’Brien
Matt Hayward
Joseph Ramshaw
Michael McGlade
DJ Tyrer
Wesley Thomas
Regina West
Evan Purcell
Robert McGough
Erik Gustafson
Christopher Alan Broadstone
Robert Holt
and of course, Terry M. West

Get it here for Kindle: Journal of Horror

(print edition coming soon)

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