100 Word Horrors Part 2

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

Stephen J. Kennedy has once again served up 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.

Include stories by:
A.J. Brown
Adriaan Brae
Julie Cross
Andrew Lennon
Billy Chizmar
Billy San Juan
Brandy Yassa
C.M. Saunders
C.S. nderson
Chad Lutzke
Christina Bergling
Christopher Motz
raig Saunders
Nathan . Fielding
David Moody
David Owain Hughes
Derek Shupert
Donelle Pardee Whiting
Amy A. Easton
Steven J. Guignard
Feind Gottes
Gary McMahon
H.R. Boldwood
Howard Carlyle
Ian McKinney
J.C. Michael
David H. Longmore
John Matthew Byers
James McCulloch
James Newman
Jason Parent
Jasper Bark
Jay Sigler
Joe X. Young
John Boden
John Dover
Julian J. Guignard
Justin Boote
Kevi M. Woodward
Jon J. Kennedy
Lee Franklin
Lee McGeorge
Lee Murray
Lisa Vasquez
Mark Cassell
Mark Lukens
Mark Lumby
Matthew Cash
Robert A. Arnzen
Michael Bray
Mike Duke
Myk Pilgrim
Nicholas Diak
Nicholas Paschall
Norbert Gora
P. Mattern
P.J. Blakey-Novis
Paul Kane
Pippa Bailey
R.J. Roles
Rebecca Brae
Rhys Hughes
Richard Chizmar
Michael W. Easton
Sara Tantlinger
Sarina Dorie
Shaun Hutson
Stefan Lear
Stephen Kozeniewski
Steven Stacy
Angie Fox
Phil M. West
Theresa Jacobs
Tom Deady
Toneye Eyenot
Valerie Lioudis
Samantha Smith

Edited by Brandy Yassa
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Published March 3rd 2019 by Amazon Digital Services
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This was a collection of horror drabbles, stories that are exactly 100 words each.

A mont later Kennedy followed up the success of this ook with a third, 100 Word Horrors: Part 2.Part 2 continues in the same vein as the original novel, with many returning authors exploring stories of slashers, monsters, phobias, hauntings, and other horror topics, all within the 100-word restriction.

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Please keep making these huge fan!!

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After reading the irst few ales in that collection, I was in love! When the author sent over the second edition, I was ecstatic!

This econd collection of drabbles had a bit of everyon and I had so much fun reading it.Full disclosure: I was given a free copy of this essa by the write in exchange for an honest eview.

It was so funny to see stories start out as cute and romantic, but then suddenly get extremely dark.Of course, with any type of collection, it ’ s normal for me to love some and dislike some.

There were also a few in this collection that I didn ’ t like because of the content matter.Feel free to read on to see my quick thoughts after I read each story.Aye Eye by Terry M.

Begins as a bit of a love story then goes dark.

But… Ouch! Colic by Billy San Juan – 4/5The end of this one made me gasp! On the First Date by Mark Cassell – 5/5So dark!

Spooky and dark! Instant Messaging by Billy San Juan – 5/5Oh my gosh!!

I was home alone and went searching through the house with a knife.No Such Thing by Shaun Hutson – 5/5A perfect monster tale! The One or the Many by J.C. Michael – 5/5Aww!

I loved that you really didn ’ t know what was happening until the last sentence! DIY by Mark Lumby – 4/5So creepy! The Weatherman by P.

Young – 1/5Not one for me.Beachcombing by Mark Cassell – 5/5So creepy!! Intruder by Michael Bray – 4/5Eep!

A love story with a very dark twist.

I love a good Armageddon tale.Hide and Seek by Ellen A Easton – 5/5Terrifying!

Good dog! Devoured by the Darkness by Brandy Yasss – 5/5Loved this one! Hitori Kakurenbo by C.M. Saunders – 5/5Yikes!! Tiki Mug from R ’ lyeh by Nicholas Diak – 5/5Woah!

This one was terrifying! The Dreamer and the Doom by Toneye Eyenot – 3/5Kids by Howard Carlyle – 3/5 Yikes! Monster in the Mist by John Dover – 4/5 Creepy! A Walking We Shall Go by H.R. Boldwood I think I missed something in this one.No Fear by C.S. Anderson – 4/5 Oh!

This was a sad but creepy one! Don ’ t Shoot the Messenger by Rhys Hughes – 4/5 What a twist!

Interesting.Hollow Earth Food Chain by Mike Duke – 3/5Yikes! Just Like Your Grandma by Phipps Bailey – 3/5Oh gosh! Hung by A.J. Brown – 4/5So dark!

West – 5/5Ooh I loved this vampire tale! The Highwayman by Billy Chizmar – 4/5Sad and creepy! The Pusher by James Matthew Byers Not for me.The Man at the Window by Stephen Stacy – 5/5Oh NO!

This is so darn sad.My Pet Unicorn by Sarina Dorie – 4/5Woah! Story Prompt by Christopher Motz – 4/5This one made me chuckle! Everyday Psychopath by RJ Roles – 5/5So creepy!

You never know who is having thoughts like these daily and who may one day act on them! Destroyed by Monsters by Jay Sigler – 5/5I equally loved and ( jokingly) hated this one.

The assertion that he didn ’ t get his last treat is making me unreasonable sad.Glutton by John Boden – 4/5Yikes!

I need more dark wherewolf tales in my life! The Gurgle by Michael A.

Dark!! Of Bubbles and Illusions by H.R. Boldwood Not sure I understand this one.How to Disappear in the Big City by Adriaan Brae – 4/5So creepy!! The Curious Case of Shadow Man by David Owain Hughes – 4/5Oooh!

Just enough to tell a ale, but definitely one I ’ d love to learn ore about! One Witch ’ s Cure for Vandalism by Sarina Dorie – 5/5Too funny! No Breath to Scream by Robert J.

Another sad but terrifying one! Fur and Teeth by Rebecca Brae – 5/5Yikes!!

I liked this twist! Bedeviled by Mark Lukens – 4/5Oh no! The Man Who Comes Around by Billy Chizmar – 3/5Victim by David Moody – 4/5Ugh absolutely horrifying and awful.Walkers by James Newman- 4/5So creative and eerie! The Perfect Guests by Howard Carlyle – 4/5Yikes!

Hearing things in the ight is always terrifying.The Trolley by James Matthew Byers – 3/5Preserving Jar by Lee Murray – 4/5I ’ d love to see more from this story!!

I loved this collection so much!! I highly recommend checking this one out if you ’ re a fan of orror, aranormal, humorou, and/or sci-fi, and don ’ t mind a little darkness.

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I really enjoyed ost of the drabbles contained in 100 Word Horrors Part 2.

*cough, cough* ( Sorry, I had to do a bit of shameless self-promotion there.) Typos aside, this is a un collection!

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100 Word Horrors, Book 2: An Anthology of Horror DrabblesPresented by Kevin J.

West, Myk Pilgrim, Billy San Juan, Mark Cassell, Justin Boote, Christopher Motz, Mike Duke, Michael A.

Guignard, Shaun Hutson, J.C. Michael, Amy Cross, Billy Chizmar& Richard Chizmar, Donelle Pardee Whiting, Lisa Vasquex, Stephen tacy, Mark Lumby, P.

Young, Michael Bray, Jasper Bark, P.J. Blakey-Novis, Jay Sigler, Howard Carlyle, Christina Bergling, Joe Boden, Matthew Cash, Chad Lutze, Andrew Lennon, David Owain Hughes, Jason Parent, Suzanne Fox, Craig Saunders, Ellen A.

Kennedy: Kevin J Kennedy is a orror author& editor from Scotland.

He is the co-author of You Only Get One Shot& Screechers, and the edito of several bestselling anthology series; Collected Horror Shorts, 100 Word Horrors& The Horror Collection, as well as the stand-alone anthology Carnival of Horror.

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