#WOTR19 #ReleaseDay #Poems #ShortStories #Review – Scream: A Collection Of Fears Anthology (Twisted Anthologies Book 1)

Brandy Slaven is our attending author.
Scream: A Collection Of Fears Anthology (Twisted Anthologies Book 1)

What fear steals your breath and leaves your bones shaking?

Is it the monster under your bed? The old attic in your grandparent’s house? Tight, closed spaces or creepy crawlies? Maybe even the deep, dark oblivion of the open water?

Grab a flashlight, close your closet door, and crawl under the covers with this chilling anthology filled with short stories and poems by some of your favorite WhyChoose authors, writing in a way you’ve never seen before.

Want to know the most chilling part?

These are the fears of the authors themselves and set into the hands of each other…



**Trigger warning: This anthology contains dark material that delves into fears. It may be sensitive to some. Enter if you dare.**

K.B. Everly
Stacy Jones
Nichole Riley
CB Morrigan
Cece Rose
Brandy Slaven
Nova Blake
LA Kirk
Joely Sue Burkhart
Jenèe Robinson
Erica Andrews
Dana Lyons
K.B. Wheelock
Tabitha Barret
Ellabee Andrews
N.K. Stackhouse
Caia Daniels
Kristen Aitken
Angelique Armae – National Bestselling Author
Carrie Whitethorne – USA Today Bestselling Author
E.M. Moore – USA Today Bestselling Author
Helen Scott – USA Today Bestselling Author

Goodreads

I received this book from the author for an honest review.

This book is hella creepy. The short stories gave me some wigged out feelings and the poems made me stop to look around. The authors got what they were going for.

I admit when I got this anthology I was kinda like EH about reading it and then I started. Each story or poem makes you stop and think about how you handle the ”monsters in the bed” and other creepy imaging we have about fears we live with.

If you aren’t a horror fan like me, you still can appreciate the ability the authors have in giving you the creeps in just a few lines or pages!!

Brandy Slaven lives in Tennessee with her husband and two wild children. If you can’t find her typing away at her laptop, you will find her with her nose in a book at the beach or hiking at one of the state parks. Bringing her characters to life is one of her greatest accomplishments.

 

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