Gates of Erebus: Dark Paranormal Short Stories is a collaboration of some of the best indie authors from around the world. All proceeds from sales of this anthology will be donated to a global charity. Our first charity is Reading is Fundamental. Herein are the tales of a mother condemned for witchcraft; a demon who shows up in the oddest of places; a soldier who leaves you wondering who really is the monster; a crumbling mutant and a would-be assassin; a murderous imp and a story darker than a murderer’s heart; one man’s escape from Hell and the hell hounds that pursue him; a house haunted by more than just ghosts; a supernatural race born to keep the world of good and evil in balance; the devolution of the human race; and Death takes a wife. Dream Weaver Novels has gathered some of the world’s best indie authors to bring you this dark anthology. So, grab your hot chocolate (or coffee) and your fuzzy warm blanket, and sit back and relax with these tales of horror…oh, you might want to check the locks on all your doors and windows first!
About the Author
Su Williams, Spokane, WA, USA is an indie author with 3 YA/NA Paranormal Fiction novels and short stories in 2 recent anthologies. Her first book, Dream Weaver is now an International Book Award winner. Sam Whitehouse from West Yorkshire, England, UK. Sam is a student at Creative Writing at Sheffield Hallam University. For as long as he can remember he's wanted to be a writer – but he also harbors an ambition to be either a Paleontologist or an FBI agent. Allison Hawn from Spokane, Washington, USA, was born in Idaho and has spent her life obtaining adventures. She holds a degree in psychology from Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho, where she also had a weekly humor column with a small time newspaper "The Crusader." Rewan Tremethick is named after a saint from the English county of Cornwall who was supposedly invulnerable to wolves. Rewan is pretty sure that he isn’t. His first novel, a paranormal detective Noir entitled Fallen on Good Times, was published in May 2014 by Paddy's Daddy Publishing. Taylor Eaton from Southern California, USA is a writer and linguist who is constantly fascinated by language. Her flash fiction can be found at www.littlewritelies.com and in various literary magazines. Mark Wilson is married father of two, born in Bellshill, Lanarkshire and currently living in Edinburgh, Scotland with his wife, their son, Patrick and baby daughter, Cara. Ellen Mae Franklin from Adelaide, South Australia, AU. As a fantasy writer, she's self-indulgent in the belief that anything is possible in the writing world. Born in Adelaide, South Australia she is the mother of three following her passion for fantasy writing. Beem Weeks from Michigan, USA, is the indie author of several short stories, poems, essays, and the historical fiction/coming-of-age novel Jazz Baby. He has also released a collection of short stories entitled Slivers Of Life. Kandy Kay Scaramuzzo from Arlington, Texas, USA is a seventh generation Texan who has her own brick at The Cowgirl Museum. She works in horse, dog, cat and snake rescues. Pie: An Old Brown Horse is her first book about an exceptional horse. Lachelle Redd from Lake City, Florida, USA is an indie author from Lake City, Florida. She has always enjoyed the comfort of books and wild tales and early on a dear friend ignited that spark.
out of 5 starsVariety and entertainment from cover to cover. By Maria Catalina Egan on August 28, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This is a fun collection as every writer has their own style and they are very varied.. I like the variety and some intrigued me more than others. Apparently the proceeds are used for a great cause and that too makes this an appealing buy. I have a favorite, KUSTOS, by Kandy Kay Scaramuzzo. I would love to see this story as a full novel . Written in the first person Kustos opens the possibility for great adventures. I liked how the character developed and grew in just a few pages. All the voices were nice and Unique, FIVE STARS