“A long time ago, on a Facebook page far away, a nightmare was created. An author, trapped in a hotel room with nothing to do for a weekend, put out a call for other authors to write a short horror story over the weekend. The only requirements were that they be done that weekend. Many authors jumped at the challenge, a few even survived it.”
So begins the introduction to this anthology I am excited to announce the release of (an anthology I edited and contributed to).
“Over one frenzied weekend, a group of up-and-coming dark fiction writers decided to write a short story or two. Together, they produced the tales collected in this anthology in support of Asbury House, a women’s shelter in Fort Collins, Colorado. For some of the authors, this is their first-ever publication. We appreciate your support of new writers, authors who have been publishing for years, and especially your support of Asbury House.”
This is a charity anthology with proceeds going to:
Stories and time were donated for this. For some of the authors, this is their first-ever publication, and they put a lot of work into their stories.
I am really proud of them for not giving up when the edits starting coming back to them.
If you can, please support them, and their contribution to support Asbury House.