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Slices of Flesh ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Slices of Flesh By Stan Swanson ⚣ – Do you like your horror in small bite sized chunks If so then SLICES OF FLESH from Dark Moon Books will activate your taste buds like zombies drawn to fresh brains These flash fiction stories oozed fr Do you like your horror in small bite sized chunks If so then Slices of Flesh from Dark Moon books will activate your taste buds like zombies drawn to fresh brains These flash fiction stories oozed from the brains of some of the best horror writers from around the world and will fit perfectly into your daily diet of scary Slices of Flesh includes the following short horror tales Acceptance Reesa Brown Slices of MOBI :Ê Air Baby Stephen Volk All Paths Lead to Psychopath Sephera Giron Althea's Mistake Jennifer Word Angst Fran Friel The Bastard Called Hope Jennifer Brozek Big Bite Rick Hautala Blame the Neighbours Kaaron Warren Bloody Lorelei Shannon Blue J R Parks Bones Bones James S Dorr Bones Lie uietly Now Nate Kenyon Breathe Brad C Hodson Burial Ground Simon Clark Carb Friendly David C Hayes Chains of Love Del Howison The Collector Jacob Ruby Costumes J F Palma Cur Shelly Towne Cutter David Dunwoody Dear Jimmy DL Snell Demon Michael O'Neal Devoured Jeremy C Shipp Dryad Laura Benedict Dwindling Kevin McClintock Etched Deep David Niall Wilson Every Time a Bell Rings Araminta Star Matthews Ex Voto Graham Masterton Extinction Janice Gable Bashman Fallen Leaves Michelle Mellon fambly Jeremy M Zoss For Worse Steve Voelker Chomps Sierra Christman The Fourth Wall Jack Nealy Fresh Air Lon Prater Grampa's Lucky Coin Peter Timony Heart Throb Linda Addison Hoodies Paul Kane How to Make a Monster Adrian Ludens I Am Not Afraid Stan Swanson I Am Not Going to Be That Guy Lance Shoeman If You Go Out in the Woods Tonight Nancy Holder In the Fullness of the Moon Nancy Kilpatrick Intertwining Tales Timothy P Remp Into the Death Zone Tim Lebbon It's Just Business Matthew Warner Jumping In Aaron Polson Just One of the Gang William F Nolan Kelly Wants to be Free Wayne Simmons Laid Down Ramsey Campbell Last Call M R Sellars Love Disappears J W Schnarr Magnum Opus Lori Michelle Monster Max Booth III MRM Connie Corcoran Wilson Nothing Douglas Smith Overtime at the Beheading Factory Tom Cardamone Paper or Plastic Roy Robbins Perishables Amy Grech Picnic R B Payne Polaroids Jack Ketchum Predator and Prey Fred Wiehe The Prisoner of Andersonville Eric J Guignard Puddles Bryan Hall The Real Deal Anne C Petty Rudy Jenkins Buries His Fears Richard Thomas The Rush Lisa Morton Sabbatical in the Methlands Joe McKinney The Shadow of a Doubt C W LaSart She Her You Kevin James Breaux Snuffbox Erin Eveland Soul Of The Dog Lee F Jordan Spit Jeremy Wagner Spot Charles Gramlich Stab Lawrence Watt Evans Striped Pajamas Marge Simon Sumpahump JG Faherty Swallow Simon Strantzas Then Just A Dream Lawrence Santoro Things Fall Apart Christopher DiLeo Today I'm Marshall Mason Charlie Fish Touch Marie O'Regan Under Dale Susan Palwick Vade in Pacem Monica J O'Rourke Van Helsing His True Story Jason V Brock Wetback David Tallerman What I've Gots in My Pocketses Chantal Boudreau When The Dead Rise Sandy DeLuca Who Is Screaming Stewart Carrick and The Wrath of Benjo Edward M Erdelac.

4 thoughts on “Slices of Flesh

  1. Chantal Boudreau Chantal Boudreau says:

    You should see my ragtag copy of this anthology of horror flash fiction Why is it in such poor shape? Because I’ve been dragging this book everywhere with me One of the wonderful things about this book aside from the fact that all stories were donated and all proceeds are going to literacy charities and funds to help support writers in need of assistance was that it could be read in snippets an entire story read in full when I had a couple of minutes to spare I read the first couple of stories while donating blood a few while waiting for a bus or on the bus some curled up in bed waiting on my daughter at the pool or sitting outside in the backyard with my son while he played on the swings “Slices of Flesh” was a veritable all you can eat buffet of terror an opportunity to sample the work of many extraordinary genre writers some veterans and many writers newer to publication If any of the stories didn’t uite match your tastes the next selection likely would and I can honestly say that I really enjoyed most of the pieces – the exceptions being a couple that were a little surreal for my liking but those tales might be your cup of teaPicking my favourites from the 90 stories is a real challenge but there were a few that struck a real chord with me “Cur” by Shelly Towne was one I enjoyed so much I read it over three times because I thought it was so clever and disturbing Kaaron Warren’s “Blame the Neighbours” caught me off guard and gave me goose bumps I got a big kick out of Lon Prater’s “Fresh Air” and I liked the unusual format along with the turning point of the story And I thought Eric J Guignard’s “The Prisoner of Andersonville” was creative and delightfully shocking To do justice to the other stories there were many I loved and deserve mention but I don’t want this review to span pages The best I can do is recommend that you get your hands on this terrific anthology and read them all for yourself I don’t believe you’ll be disappointed

  2. Araminta Matthews Araminta Matthews says:

    This book includes stories from some of the most powerful horror players on the block and I'm right in there with them My story Every Time a Bell Rings is probably my best piece of short fiction to date AND the proceeds go to charity Please pick up a copy to read some of our powerhouses of horror like Jack Ketchum and to support literacy education and writers relief funds

  3. Lawrence Lawrence says:

    Up front I'm one of the 90 or so authors of this book Even so if I didn't think the book was worth every penny I wouldn't recommend it As it is SLICES is an incredible collection of tiny delights and chilly terrors by some of the finest authors in the field And it's all for a good cause so unlimber your leather and flip out your plastic Get it read it love it

  4. Thom (T.E.) Thom (T.E.) says:

    Tremendous variety doesn't make for a tremendous book but I enjoyed a reading experience where I didn't know what would come next This is a compilation of dozens of horror flash fictions Stylistically they cover the range from nostalgically semi sweet William F Nolan to simplistic character description setups leading to gore drenched tableaux too many in this reader's opinion It's difficult to get readers to suspend disbelief and then tell a full tale sometimes a surprisingly complex tale in five or fewer pages but many of the writers here get it done The authors range from legends to beginners and that helps keep things fresh but oft careful editorial selections are what kept me from putting this book down after I'd gone through the occasional entry that didn't work for me

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