Synopsis of my story:
 A scientist attempts to soothe his daughter about the loss of her mother through a special creation. (This story is included in FRESH CUT TALES).

Reviews for my story:
“Kenneth W. Cain’s Rebirth, and Eternal Service by Gloria Weber offer us the chance to entertain our imaginations with their stories of an incredible past where machines alter lives.” ~ The Horror Zine

THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE – edited by Patrick Scalisi:

Description from Amazon:
An Anthology of Steampunk Inspired Ghost Stories

The Ghost IS the Machine – Steampunk meets Horror and the machines might just win.

Machines define human society. But that doesn’t mean they have to play nice.

A new collection of steampunk inspired ghost stories from some of the best rising talent in speculative fiction. Plus a genre gem by Stoker Award-winning, New York Times-bestselling author Joe Hill.

Take a ride on the treacherous Thunderdrome. Entrust your future to Life-Bright Augmentation Facilities. Go on a journey with the head of the Leon Salvatorium Corporation. And click off a few with your second-hand Polaroid. Just don’t be surprised if the mantle clock, piano or that classic typewriter is watching you from across the room.

Table of Contents:

  • “The Voice in the Box” by J. David Anderson
  • “Interchangeable Parts” by Anton Cancre
  • “Rebirth” by Kenneth W. Cain
  • “Eternal Service” by Gloria Weber
  • “Scheherazade’s Typewriter” by Joe Hill
  • “The Talent’s in the Bones” by Christian A. Larsen
  • “Eidiss” by Rose Blackthorn
  • “Love the Ride” by Jonathan Templar
  • “The Iron Prophet” by Doug MacKensie
  • “The Ghost of Ozzie Hobbs” by Eric J. Guignard
  • “Video Express” by Kristopher Triana
  • “Bad Toys” by Matthew Alan Hughes
  • “Photo Finish” by Rob Smales
  • “Watch” by Jay Wilburn
  • “Afterimage” by Alexis A. Hunter

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