Monday, February 23, 2015

Haunted: Ten Tales Of Ghosts - Rayne Hall...

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Haunted: Ten Tales Of Ghosts
Edited By Rayne Hall

Page Count: 83
Clearly a total of ten stories.

On sale for .99 cents on Amazon.

Here is what is says on Amazon:
Exciting, spooky and scary stories for everyone, edited by Rayne Hall. 

Ten authors spin creepy yarns, each with a different writing style and a different way of telling a story. Allow these fantasy and horror stories to haunt you, and see which story resonates most with you. 

1. GHOSTS CAN BLEED by Tracie McBride
Ghosts can bleed. Maurice knows, because he is one. 
2. DANCERS by William Meikle
A country graveyard in winter can be made warm.
3. BREAKWATER BEACH by Carole Ann Moleti
Ever felt that you've been somewhere before? Perhaps you have.
4. THE PIANO MAN by Kiersten Hartrim
No one has played the old upright piano in the bar since the Lady Pianist died.
5. TAKE ME TO ST ROCH'S by Rayne Hall
Never pick up hitchhikers.
Forget everything you've ever heard about what they are. 
7. MOTHER MINE by April Grey
A mother's love never dies.
8. THE MINE SHAFT by Sera Hayes
Curiosity leading superstition digs an early grave. 
9. DARK REUNION by Jonathan Broughton
Love sours when you commit murder.
10. A PUDDLE OF DEAD by Grayson Bray Morris
Her long-lost love is back... or is he?

To preserve the authors' individual voices, the stories preserve the British, American and Australian spellings, grammar and punctuation. Some stories have been previously published in magazines, e-zines, story collections and anthologies.

I don't know about you, but I absolutely love a ghost story, specially a good ghost story.  And I am always on the hunt for a good one.   Here you will find ten.   I think my favorite stories that were in this compilation are:
Breakwater Beach (Carol Ann Moleti), great Deja Vu feel.  

Dark Reunion (Jonathan Broughton), what a tale.
A Puddle Of Dead (Grayson Bray Morris), good and spooky.

I don't have a Kindle myself (sometimes I wish I'd gone that route - I have a Nook, but I think when I upgrade it'll be with a tablet and put the apps for Nook and Kindle on it) but I do have the app on my phone and on my computer, just in case maybe you don't have a Kindle either and aren't familiar <3

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