Journeys of Wonder is a new anthology of genre fiction. We’ve assembled three talented writers to bring you five chilling tales that are guaranteed to keep you up at night – or at least make you turn on the lights.
The Door: Six people are stuck in a room with no memory of how they got there while a fear of the unknown keeps them from opening the only exit they have.
Blackout: A terrifying tale of a young woman whose memory is shattered and a creepy neighbor who is not all that he seems.
Infinity: Two brothers, forced to travel through time to save the world from an unspeakable evil, have little idea of what they have actually gotten themselves into.
Eye of the Wolf: A young girl struggles against the power of the full moon as she tries to hide her deadly secret from her family.
Afterdeath: In a future where our journey beyond death is no longer a mystery, the promise of eternal love waits, unless you break the rules.
CAL: A young man challenges his father after falling in love with a cybernetic life form.
The Terrible, Perfect Duet: Cicadas, insomnia, and high school. What could possibly be more horrifying?
Helios: As humanity flees the wrath of Earth's dying Sun, a daughter's quest to claim her birthright jeopardizes the chance to escape.
Encrypted: Spies. Codes. Murder. A thriller about a man on the run – hiding a secret that others would kill for.
Lighting the Sacred Way: Set during the time of the Roman Empire, a woman tries to vanquish the evil spirit residing within her. One that arrived on the day her husband was murdered.
Tooth and Nail, by Trysta A. Bissett: "I yanked off my last remaining fingernail, crying out. My ragged toothless gums, my bruised fingertips, the calloused ends of my toes ached in response. There was nothing left to give. This would be the last time."
Downstage, by Leslie S. Rose: "I would sell my soul to the hot angel of freakin’ death to have Bonita back here next to me in the dark. Another chance to push her. I’ll show her real acting when I weep and scream as she drops."
The Edge of Insanity, by Ian Kezsbom: "We tried to fight, but how can you fight something with no form, with no body? We tried to run, but there was nowhere to go. All we could do was hide."
Skin on Skin, by Lisa Gail Green: "A split second to him becomes a lifetime for me. The first thing that comes clear is the rage. Intense. Consuming. My body shakes with it. My vision blurs."
Transformations, by Martina A. Boone: "The more he considered the odd shafts of light, the more he was sure it wasn't coincidence that he was seeing them on the equinox. And if that was the case, they meant something. Pointed to something."
Fuzzbom Publishing was started by Ian Kezsbom and his wife, Deborah Pasachoff. Their first books were the Journeys of Wonders anthologies, which came to life with the help of their writing partners Lisa Gail Green and Leslie S. Rose. Their first novel, The Binding Stone by Lisa Gail Green – a YA Paranormal, was published this past year toexcellent reviews (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CRFBA7I).
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