Redneck Eldritch Anthology

April 28, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Redneck Eldritch AnthologyRedneck Eldritch Anthology
Author: Brad R. Torgersen, Dave (D.J.) Butler, David Dunwoody, David J. West, Garrett Calcaterra, Ian Welke, Jaleta Clegg, Jason A. Anderson, Nathan Shumate, Robert J Defendi, Robert Masterson, Sarah E. Seeley, Scott William Taylor, SM Williams, Steve Diamond, Theric Jepson
Genres: Speculative Anthology
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 314
Date: April 28, 2016
Publisher: Cold Fusion Media

And with strange aeons, Even Death may take a dirt nap…

Sometimes amusing, sometimes horrifying, always unsettling, sixteen authors bring you sixteen tales of white trash meeting dark gods, the yellowed bones of antiquity, and colors that can’t be named.

“A Hole in the World” by Ian Welke

“Recording Devices” by D.J. Butler

“Mine of the Damned Gods” by Sarah E. Seeley

“Blood” by Steve Diamond

“Ostler Wallow” by Nathan Shumate

“Nightmare Fuel” by David Dunwoody

“The Swimming Hole” by Theric Jepson

“It Came From the Woods” by Jason A. Anderson

“Lake Town” by Garrett Calcaterra

“Taxed” by Scott William Taylor

“The Gears Turn Below” by SM Williams

“Slicker” by Robert J Defendi

“A Brown and Dismal Horror” by Jaleta Clegg

“The People of the Other Book” by Robert Masterson

“The Diddley Bow Horror” by Brad R. Torgersen

“At the Highways of Madness” by David J. West

Not all of the authors in this anthology are LDS.

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About Dave (D.J.) Butler

Dave DJ Butler

Dave (D.J.) Butler writes adventure stories for all readers. He has been a lawyer, a consultant, and a corporate trainer. His interests include languages, guitar, hanging out with his wife and kids, astronomy, and history.

About David J. West

David J. West has been writing for as long as he can remember, winning his first award in second grade for a tale of wolves that outsmart and eat a hunter. He has an affinity for history, action-adventure, fantasy, westerns, and eerie horror. When he isn’t writing he enjoys traveling and visiting ancient ruins. He collects swords, fine art, and has a library of some seven thousand books. He currently lives in Utah with his wife and children.

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