Every single word I’ve published on KDP so far -- with the exception of my Immortal Holmes books -- has seen print elsewhere in previous years. But now, here are half a dozen brand-new and original tales of dark fantasy and chilling weirdness, some of them with a Lovecraftian touch.
ACROSS THE TRACKS -- Norman Miller had never been to the Avontree district of his town. In fact, he knew nobody who lived in that place and had never met a single person who had ventured to it. And when his job forced him to go there, across the railway tracks, he found out precisely why.
AEGEA -- Matt was looking for something special on the Greek vacation isle of Xanakos, and when he came across an isolated golden beach filled with beautiful young men and women, he believed he’d found it. But it turned out that the old saying was true … you really do need to be careful what you wish for.
BENEATH THE SHROUD -- Buck was driving across the mid-West at night, hoping to get home before his father died. The only problem was, there was a heavy fog that was slowing him down. But what else was it doing?
THE VISITORS IN MARVELL WOOD -- The little girl next door told Edward there were fairies living in the nearby wood. And he thought that was a childish little piece of make-believe … until he went to look for himself, and discovered an even stranger truth.
COVERED MIRRORS -- When his granddad died, Jody’s father went around their house covering all the mirrors in the old Jewish tradition. But what do mirrors do when they are not reflecting anything? And why did their coverings occasionally move?
THE UNIVERSAL -- The massive concrete building had no windows, and the signs around it told you it was once owned by the Ministry of Defence. It had lain abandoned for a good long while. So why was it still being kept under close observation? What exactly used to happen there?
Here's the link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0094J795CABOUT THE AUTHOR: Tony Richards is the author of such horror novels as Night Feast, The Harvest Bride, and the Raine’s Landing supernatural fantasy series from HarperCollins. He has additionally seen more than 100 shorter works into print, and has been shortlisted for both the Bram Stoker and British Fantasy awards.