I’ve been part of a trio editing an anthology of horror stories for Pencil Tip Publishing.
Five stories, by five exciting authors, are contained in Grave Warnings, released in the last few days.
If you like horror from the quieter end of the spectrum, Grave Warnings is for you. And check out that fantastic cover by Jack Drewell!
Here’s the blurb…
Five windows into Hell, five doorways into Damnation.
From Pencil Tip Publishing comes Grave Warnings, an anthology featuring five upcoming authors of the strange and weird. Journey into the eerie emptiness of the Australian outback, where a researcher gets too close to the insects he’s cataloguing. Travel back to the blood drenched streets of Paris during the Great Terror, where ghosts haunt the survivors. A haunted house lays claim to fresh victims, while a strange new housemate worms his way into his landlord’s life. While a deceased estate in Victorian England brings nightmares to those linked to it.
Grave Warnings features stories from: Sarah Parry, Hamish Crawford, Jodie van de Wetering, Craig Charlesworth and Hannah Parry. Edited by Bob Furnell, Robert Mammone & Jez Strickley.
I’d like to thank Bob Furnell, owner of Pencil Tip, for the opportunity to work on the collection, and the other editor, Jez Strickley, for his sterling work in helping bring it all together. A true team effort, and we all hope it shows in the quality of the stories we selected.