“Spaceship Earth”

Synopsis of my story:
A bold hiking trip reveals unexplained mysteries, and the more they are uncovered, the greater the danger our Earth faces. Some places aren’t meant to be discovered. (This story is included in FRESH CUT TALES).

Memento Mori: A Digital Horror Fiction Anthology of Short Stories:

Description from Amazon:
If you’re looking for an array of Horror stories to sink your teeth into, look no further than Memento Mori…pay the Ferryman, and prepare to take the ride of your life.

The title, Memento Mori, is Latin and literally means: “Remember you too must die.” An ominous-sounding phrase, the saying derived from Puritan settlers who would often display tokens of death as a reminder to the living of the fragility of life…not to mention the eternal punishment awaiting those who wallowed in wickedness.

Death has always been a fascination to the living, meaning different things to different groups of people. Edgar Allan Poe nailed it when he said: “The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?”

There is a wealth of truly incredible talent within these pages, each storyteller attempting to explore that very question. Her is a healthy book full of decidedly unhealthy stories. With Death being the key element in each one of those stories, you might be expecting a morbid ride, but rest assured, there are quite a few pieces of comedic gold lined inside this skeleton’s spine, along with the many that will send a chill down your own.

DOOMOLOGY – edited by Bill Tucker and Wayne Goodchild:

Description from Amazon:
Tales of the end of the world

Table of Contents:

  • “The Humming Place” by Ralph Greco Jr.
  • “Hands on Approach” by Fredrick Obermeyer
  • “Dr. God” by Marsheila Rockwell
  • “Tribes” by Adrian Simmons
  • “Spaceship Earth” by Kenneth W. Cain
  • “The Light at the End” by Hillary Jacques
  • “Night Terrors” by Eileen Rhoadarmer
  • “The Infallible Captain United” by Deon Brown
  • “A Cure for No Ills” by Denni Schnapp
  • “Attack!” by Lewis A. Harvey
  • “The Last Shall be First” by Trevor Richardson
  • “The Slow Plague” by Leslie Brown
  • “Tartarus Rising” by Scott Overton
  • “After the Flood” by Ian R. Faulkner
  • “The Only Child” by Derek Rutherford
  • “It’ll All Make Sense in the End” by Ryan Kinkor
  • “Hell Freezes Over” by Mike Chinn
  • “You Only Die Twice” by Patrick D’Orazio
  • “Little Janie Earthcracker” by Derek J. Goodman
  • “Thin Line” by Sam S. Kepfield
  • “Key to the City” by David Murphy
  • “Stable” by Dolan Morgan
  • “Theory of Impact” by Scott Parson

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