“Warmth Within Thy Depths”



Synopsis of my story:
The ocean provides a diver great peace. But, in this vast world, exploration reveals unexpected horrors. (This story is included in FRESH CUT TALES).

ISOLATION – edited by Eric Beebe:

Description from Amazon:
Being alone, it’s something that most of us feel at one time or another. Isolation and the sense of being separated from the rest of the world is one of the most terrifying of emotions for many of us. The terror of being alone is embedded into our makeup from the dawn of time and mankind’s entry into the world.

This collection of stories speaks to the many facets of isolation, of being alone and what it does to us. The horrors that can spring out of that darkness we are warned to not venture into is as infinite as the darkness itself.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction by Jessica Dwyer
  • “The Reservoir” by T.L. Barrett
  • “Conversation on a Dead Cell Phone” by Charles A. Muir
  • “In the Rain” by Ricky Massengale
  • “Francis” by Georgina Morales
  • “Hand Out” by Matt Kurtz
  • “File 8962: Found in Apartment 211 on Clean-Up Day 2” by Tiffany E. Wilson
  • “Warmth Within Thy Depths” by Kenneth W. Cain
  • “No Lights” by Alex Azar
  • “Insomnia” by A.A. Garrison

DARK DOORWAYS – edited by Eric Beebe:

Description from Amazon:
With nearly two dozen books in print during its first year, Post Mortem Press grew from a distraction against the worries of a corporate career gone awry to a successful independent publishing concern. We apparently did something unusual; we combined business acumen with a love of the written word and respect for the authors who create them.

This book represents 15 of the best short stories published by Post Mortem Press in 2011. It also brings to the same pages the work of some of Post Mortem Press’ authors favorite and influential authors within the horror genre.

Exclusive to Post Mortem Press and excerpt of Jack Ketchum & Lucky McKee’s The Woman – Novel AND Screenplay.
Jonathan Maberry’s Rare Urban Fantasy, Like Part of the Family. F. Paul Wilson’s Genre Defining Classic, Soft.

Table of Contents:

  • “The Strange” by Jason Downes
  • “Sewer rats” by C. Bryan Brown
  • “The Reservoir” by T.L. Barrett
  • “Warmth Within Thy depths” by Kenneth W. Cain
  • “In the Rain” by ricky Massengale
  • An excerpt of “The Woman” by Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee
  • “Carousel Gardens” by Patrick Scalisi
  • “Waking Dead” by Andrew Risch
  • “Ain’t No Grave” by Magen Toole
  • “For Eternity” by Thomas Malafarina
  • “Soft” by F. Paul Wilson
  • “My Friend, Beer” by Scott Lange
  • “Where the Apple Shine Won’t Reach” by Nelson W. Pyles
  • “Cordula’s Ballerina” by Nancy Rosenberg England
  • “Out in the Cold” by Joseph Williams
  • “Like Part of the family” by Jonathan MaBerry
  • “Gracie” by Matt Ashcraft
  • “Powerless” by Paul Anderson

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