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by Diane Doniol-Valcroze, Arthur K. Flam
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Death Meets Strange in 41 new short-short stories… 41 little slices of nightmares… Take a wild ride with 41 Strange, a first-of-its-kind award-winning new collection. Short-short stories exclusively devoted to the strange and horrifying. They await just a couple of clicks away for Kindle readers who enjoy a good shiver up their spines. These 41 tales were each written “in the lonely hours of the wolf… in the pre-dawn darkness when you get those ‘waking nightmares.'” It has been called “great entertainment” and “filled with elements of horror and sheer creepiness” by Bookpleasures. A quick dose of strange stories for those starving for horrific plots, ideal for curling up for a chilling night read before bed. The selection includes sci-fi, fantasy, dark humor, mystery. The book was recently named the Award-Winning Finalist of the 2014 USA Best Book Awards (“Fiction: Anthologies” category). The book has also been on the Amazon bestseller list for the “Anthologies & Short Stories” category. Horror screenwriters pen “first-of-its-kind” new Kindle collection devoted exclusively to short-short stories of the strange and horrifying.
“Great entertainment…gruesome and skillfully assembled…each story is a quick read that abundantly satisfies the audience’s thirst and appetite for horrific plots…spooky nightmares are a foregone conclusion.”
“What an awesome little collection of the best kind of short stories. Just when you think you have the mystery solved or the horror is ready to strike…one story ends and another is there to feed your addiction.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Diane Doniol-Valcroze was born in Paris, France. At a young age, she developed a passion for writing from her father, Jacques Doniol-Valcroze, co-founder of the New Wave magazine Cahiers du Cinema, and from her grandfather, French filmmaker André Cayatte (original The Mirror Has Two Faces). She graduated from Sorbonne University with a B.A. in English literature. She received her M.F.A. in film from New York University. She has co-written screenplays for such films as Lionsgate’s Penny Dreadful starring Mimi Rogers, and MGM’s Hit and Run, helmed by Enda McCallion, starring Kevin Corrigan. She lives in Los Angeles.