“The Patrol”

Available from:

Synopsis of my story:
A soldier dreads the solitude of a foxhole while the patrol spies on the enemy. All is quiet until a peculiar visitor surprises him. (This story first appeared in THESE OLD TALES)

NIGHTMARE STALKERS
& DREAM WALKERS:

Description:
Welcome to the dreaded night realm… lingering just beneath your eyelids, where the hellish things borne of fear eagerly await your arrival. Prepare to be whiplashed to the darkest regions of 32 wicked minds, and forced to stare into their collective abyss. This world is chock-full of the stuff dreams are made of, but more than likely, if you find yourself in the minds of one of these authors, you’ll awaken to a nightmare. This fear you’re experiencing is like a virus, it will spread to every inch of your body, sending not only a chill down your spine but reaching into the very depths of your soul… You’ll journey to the darkest corners of these author’s minds, as you confront the living, breathing entity that is fear.

Table of Contents:

  • “Desperate Dreams” by Chantal Boudreau
  • “Dose” by Jay Wilburn
  • “Chosen” by Rebecca Besser
  • “Virtual Black” by Todd Nelsen
  • “Dreamer” by Ben Pienaar
  • “Silent Scream” by Scarlet Norton-Duperre
  • “MacKenzie’s Rose” by Rie Sheridan Rose
  • “If You Should Die Before I Wake” by Josh Strnad
  • “Flesh” by James S. Dorr
  • “Dialogues with the Dead” by Kate Monroe
  • “Seven Snowy Deaths” by K. Trap Jones
  • “Nightmare” by Rick McQuiston
  • “Shadow” by Mathias Jansson
  • “Knock Knock” by Joel M. Kremer
  • “7 Hours” by Max Booth III
  • “Whispers” by Mark Slade
  • “Gateway Drug” by Lindsey Beth Goddard
  • “Rêve Noir” by Eli Wilde
  • “A Daffodil or Tulip Shan’t Compare” by Justin Tate
  • “Phantom Flirts” by Justin Tate
  • “The House on Cedar Street” by Sean Farren
  • “The Twenty” by Ray J. Robbio
  • “The Boy Who Usually Wasn’t There” by Allan Izen
  • “The Patrol” by Kenneth W. Cain
  • “Arcticus” by Greg McWhorter
  • “The New Gaoler” by Konstantine Paradias
  • “Special Delivery” by Wiiliam Holden
  • “Oh Baby!” by Patrick O’ Scheen
  • “Apep” by Joseph A. Pinto
  • “Daydream” by Nathan J.D.L. Rowark
  • “The Ferryman” by Suzie Lockhart & Bruce Lockhart 2nd
  • “Mr Creator” by Joe McKinney

One response

  1. Pingback: These Old Tales | The Dark Fiction of Author Kenneth W. Cain

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s