100 Word Horrors: An Anthology of Horror Drabbles

A Drabble is a short form of fiction that is exactly 100 words long ( not including the title).

Jeff J. Kennedy has once again brought together the best of the orror world to bring you an anthology that is packed with creepy tales. Between these pages you will find over one hundred drabbles, written by a wealth of talented authors. From the best indie horror authors to Bram Stoker award winners and Amazon top sellers. We have monsters, mayhem and madness. Come join us.

Contains drabbles by, Amy Cross, William F. Nolan, Lisa orton, Gord Rollo, Michael A. Arnzen, Mark Lukens, Richard Chizmar, Rick Gualtieri, Jeff Strand, Kevin J. Kennedy, P. Mattern, Lee Mountford, Ike Hamill, Michael Bray, Andrew Lennon, Craig Saunders, Matt Hickman, Glenn Rolfe and many more.
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Published January 28th 2018 by KJK Publishing
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In this ook the stories are n't even 1 Kindle page so you wo n't be able to get into the tory, even if you were committing and trying your best.A longer review can be found at Bite Into BooksWhat I liked especially about this book with the 100 Word Horrors, is that you read a short tal and that the final sentence is the moment you " get it ".

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It ’ s definitely not a book you get attached to, the tories are too short, though some do stick with you after you have finished reading them and it is a hilariou read to dip in and out of.Largely, 100 Word Horrors sees a host of indie scribes answering Kevin J.

Your mileage will vary, no oubt, but it is a fun if forgettable collection of dark tales.3/5 flashes of horror from the Grim Reader.

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The novels in this memoi are extremely short, but I think all of the writer involved packed a lot into them.

I hope you enjoyed our anthology of drabbles and, if you are new to flash fiction, I hope we have made a convert of you. ” I really hope that you allow yourself to be converted and get this book!

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Each of these novel is horror or a subgenre of the thriller genre and there isn ’ t a dribble amongst the drabble ( sorry I couldn ’ t resist) .As I ’ ve said in reviews of other nthologies, I love this format to get to know authors I haven ’ t had the good fortune of reading before.

In this case, I have read hundreds of the authors previously and/or have at least one of the writer books in my Kindle library or physical library.

Authors that contributed to this phenomenal read are as follows in no particular order, and some authors are responsible for more than 1 drabble: Lisa Morton, Matthew Brockmeyer, Glenn Rolfe, Andrew Lennon, A.J. Brown, Norbert Gora, Christopher Motz, Mark Bake, Brandy Yassa, Michael A.

Arnzen, Mark Cassell, P.J. Blakey-Novis, John Dover, Matt Hickman, Sara Tantlinger, Mark Lumby, Pippa Bailey, Veronica Smith, Richard Chizmar, David Owain Hughes, Amy Cross, Michael Bray, Alex Laybourne, Suzanne Fox, Valerie Lioudis, Stefan Lear, Georgia Lennon, James Matthew Byers, C.S. nderson, Ike Hamill, P.

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I really loved the majority of the anthologie.

My thoughts: My favorite stories were the ones that either spooked me, or took a turn at the very end that I wasn ’ t expecting!

but with any type of collection, it 's very normal for me to love some and dislike some.Reading through this collection took me a while because I re-read many of the anthologie a couple of times before moving on.I definitely need to read more flash fiction!

I highly recommend checking this one out if you 're a fan of fictio, supernatura, and/or sci-fi and do n't mind a little darkness.

Feel free to read on to see my quick thoughts after I read each story.

There are very slight spoilers. ( view spoiler) [ My quick thoughts on each story after reading: The Dead Thing by Lisa Morton What a great opening line: “ I ’ m watching the dead hing in the orner when it moves. ” 4/5Hide and Seek by Matthew BrockmeyerThis one is terrifying!

3/5Strength in the Blood by A.J. BrownWoah, this one was dark and so sad!

Another terrifying one that got my anxiety going!

I ’ d love to know ore about this one!

4/5Late Night Drive by John Dover *gasp!* I didn ’ t see that coming!

5/5Virtual Reality by David Owain HughesAh!

5/5I Was Loved by P.J. Blakey-NovisSo messed up!

A ark and sad one with a twist that made me jump!

5/5I Am The End by Michael BrayBeautifully written!

5/5Stone Dry by Sarah Tantlinger 2/5The Box by Valerie Lioudis Eek!

Another one that took a dark twist!

4/5It Came by Mark LumbyEw!

3/5Cold Toes by Georgia LennonOh dang!

This one started so creepy and took both a chillin and hilarious turn.

While very dark and bloody, I loved this one!

Bradshaw2/5Cut Down to Size by David Owain HughesAh!

What a spooky idea!

5/5The Grave by Amy Cross Dark and scary!

4/5Don ’ t Look Back by James Matthew BuyersAnother poem.

This was quite the bloody story!

I ’ m a total sucker for tories that feature evil trees!

5/5Night Terrors by Lisa Vasquez What a nightmare!

5/5Over the Edge by Mark CassellSo creepy!!

5/5The Beauty of the Sea by Kevin J.

5/5Breadth of Bone by Sarah Tantlinger Not a story for me.

I love tories about the woods!

4/5Bummed Light by James Matthew BuyersAnother poem.

I didn ’ t know what was going on until that last paragraph!

4/5Greed Has No Heart by Mark Lumby2/5Beast in the edroom by Phillippa BaileyYikes!

4/5The Boy by Richard Chizmar and Billy ChizmarOh no!

3/5Selfie by Rick GualtieriWhat an absolutely terrifying story!!

5/5Jonathan by Amy CrossAww. I wasn ’ t ure where this one was going at first.

5/5From the Mouths of Drunks and Babes by Alex LaybourneGotta love a story about aliens!

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Awesome Read! A drabble is a retellin of 100 words, no les, no less.

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