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Posted: October 26, 2010 in Uncategorized

A Pound Of Flash

Here is another twisted collection of short horror stories from the author of The Lake and 17 Other Stories, Saying Goodbye to the Sun, GRUBS, and 33 A.D.

Exhibit B – Witness our talkative serial killer friend as he torments the detective assigned to his case.

One of Four – Deep in the bowels of an old Catholic Church, a seemingly frail old man lies chained to a bed. But this old man is anything but frail.

Surviving the Zombie Invasion – Some people will do anything to survive in a town overrun by zombies.

Alone on the Mountain – A man who has lived alone in the Appalachian Mountains for 15 years falls victim to the eruption of the Yellowstone Caldera.

Plus 12 mini horror “bites.”

BONUS MATERIAL:

Apology, by Michael Crane
Return to Ravenworld, by Daniel Arenson
Locked and Locked Again, by David Dalglish

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

David McAfee is the author of the vampire novels 33 A.D. and Saying Goodbye to the Sun as well as the horror novel, GRUBS. His next horror novel, The Gallows Tree, is scheduled to be released in November 2010. David is currently working on the oft-asked for sequel to 33 A.D.

David lives in Knoxville, TN with his wife, daughter, and a small army of loyal but dysfunctional pets. As of this writing, he and his wife are expecting their first child together, who will no doubt grow to be just as deranged as the rest of the McAfee clan.

God help us all.

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Comments
  1. Tyhitia says:

    Awesome, Dave. All the stories sound awesome. 🙂 You guys rock!

    Oh, I’ve got a horror novel giveaway. 😉

  2. Ian Woodhead says:

    Hi there David. I just called in to say thank you. Folk like you are an inspiration to all Indie (I love that word, so much better sounding than self published) writers everywhere. I’ve been following your blog since the now famous Facebook NJ and his magic crowbar incident.
    Any more news on The Gallows Tree?

  3. mcafeeland says:

    Thank you, Ian. 🙂 That was a nasty day for me. I don’t think a lot of people realize how much writers put into their work. Then to be treated like that… well, let’s just say NJ is very low on my list of people I consider human beings.

    As for Gallows, it’s finished in rough form. It needs to be edited, revised, edited, and polished before I can put it out. I’m still hoping to have it out by the end of the year.

  4. Ian Woodhead says:

    Well I wish you the best of luck with the editing lark good sir. Personally, I hate editing, revising and polishing. I think the hate stems from the fact that no matter how many times I go through a doc, I still seem to find a typo or rubbish line or missing comma… Drives me up the bloody wall.

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