Quickfic Anthology 2: Shorter-Short Speculative Fiction (Quickfic from DigitalFictionPub.com)

Quickfic Anthology 2: Shorter-Short Speculative Fiction (Quickfic from DigitalFictionPub.com)
Quickfic Anthology 2 from DigitalFictionPub.com 44 more speculative fiction shorter-short stories from 39 authors in horror, fantasy, and science fiction. Top fiction authors present stories that grab you in 3,499 words or less. A veritable smorgasbord of tasty treats.Dig in! Presented by DigitalF...
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Quickfic Anthology 2 from DigitalFictionPub.com

44 more speculative fiction shorter-short stories from 39 authors in horror, fantasy, and science fiction. Top fiction authors present stories that grab you in 3,499 words or less. A veritable smorgasbord of tasty treats.Dig in!

Includes stories from: Holly Schofield, Eddie D. Moore, Ken MacGregor, Brenda Anderson, Jon Gauthier, Wendy Nikel, Jason Lairamore, Aeryn Rudel, S.C. Hayden, Preston Dennett, Deborah Walker, H.L. Fullerton, Stewart C. Baker, Doree Weller, H.A. Titus, Tara Calaby, Fred Waiss, C.M. Saunders, Karin Fuller, Kolin Gates, Lisa Finch, Pedro Iniguez, H. A. Titus, Jamie Gilman Kress, Liam Hogan, Alex Shvartsman, Nick Nafpliotis, Amy Sisson, DJ Cockburn, E.E. King, Tanya Bryan, Ian Whates, David M. Hoenig, M.J. Sydney, Chuck Rothman, Desmond Warzel, Gregg Chamberlain, Suzie Lockhart, Bruce Lockhart 2nd

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About the Author
M.J. Sydney

M.J. Sydney is an all-things weird and twisted, horror-thriller-chiller writer living with a vampire, a werewolf, a Mogwai and various fairies, gnomes and woodland creatures in the Pacific Northwest. Web: TheCrowsInMyAttic.blogspot.com

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