Author: Julie Frost

Alluring Dread: Digital Horror Fiction Anthology (Digital Horror Fiction Short Stories Series One Book 2)

Alluring Dread: Digital Horror Fiction Anthology (Digital Horror Fiction Short Stories Series One Book 2)

Alluring DreadTen horrific tales, including:Servile Spirits to Invent by Julie FrostGull Tender by Ken GoldmanWorried About by Brandon McNultyAnna Belle’s Return by Jay SeateThe Product by Bruce MemblattThe Suicide Club Membership Drive by Stephen L. AntczakCreekmore by Jeff BarrScarecrows and Dev... More info →
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Servile Spirits to Invent: Digital Horror Fiction Short Story (DigitalFictionPub.com Horror Fiction Short Stories)
Largely Deceased: Digital Horror Fiction Anthology (Digital Horror Fiction Series One Book 1)

Largely Deceased: Digital Horror Fiction Anthology (Digital Horror Fiction Series One Book 1)

Largely Deceased Ten horrific tales, including: Daddy’s Little Girl by Julie Frost Fallen Idol by Lillian Csernica Ye Shall Eat in Haste by Steve Nagy So Praise Him by Samuel Marzioli Saturday by Evan Dicken Of Holes and Craters by Jenner Michaud Hired Hand by Kenneth W. Cain The Last Good Place ... More info →
Daddy’s Little Girl: Digital Horror Fiction Short Story (Largely Deceased)
Infinity Cluster: Digital Science Fiction Anthology (Short Story Collection Book 6)

Infinity Cluster: Digital Science Fiction Anthology (Short Story Collection Book 6)

Infinity Cluster Digital Science Fiction Anthology Short Story Collection Book 6 Life on Sweetwater by Adam Perin Bear Essentials by Julie Frost The Painted City by David Tallerman Animal by Terry Madden Resurrecting Jack by Vincent Scarsella The Assistant by Ian Whates Illegal by Pete Aldin and Ke... More info →
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Bear Essentials: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (Infinity Cluster Book 2)

Bear Essentials: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (Infinity Cluster Book 2)

The intrepid crew of the Inquisitive Tamandua is hired to transport a "grizzly bear" to a monastery. But neither the bear nor the monastery are what they seem, and their routine (ha) job is complicated by a reporter who's all too eager for a scoop to bolster her flagging career. More info →
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