BOOK REVIEW “Haunted House Harbor” by Roma Gray

BOOK REVIEW “Haunted House Harbor” by Roma Gray

  “Haunted House Harbor” by Roma Gray is a terror book (part of Project 26, book 8) about the “perfect Apocalypse”. But no definition could ever describe the amazing work Gray brings to us. The plot is complex, many characters are introduced at the same time, suffering a worldwide terrorist attack (a very creative one,…

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ROMA GRAY, amazing terror author. Fall in love with her spine-chilling writing…

ROMA GRAY, amazing terror author. Fall in love with her spine-chilling writing…

  ROMA GRAY, terrific horror writer, comes this week full of energy! THE BEST OF! “Celebration of Horror” is available on Amazon only by 0.99$   Holidays, vacations, birthdays, anniversaries: all times to celebrate, all times to cherish—all times to fear! In this book you will find a collection of Roma Gray’s best horror stories,…

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“Shrapnel and Ice” by Mar G.-Amorena

“Shrapnel and Ice” by Mar G.-Amorena

  Your soul… my soul… just black stains in a cold, empty space. Breaking pieces, a million crystals. A bloody explosion, uncontrollable. An spiral, dark like a throat, melting around shrapnel and ice. An unbearable sound, imploding among our ruins and ashes. Silence. Before the thunderstorm. Where are you? Here, all the time. You… your…

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“Reaper” by Tina McFarlane

“Reaper” by Tina McFarlane

  I watch you You feel me, admit it That tingling on your neck Like someone tracing with a finger That slides across your throat I’m amused You amuse me So predictable are you That desperate act of self-preservation I have taken kings and lords Babes from their mother’s breasts Screaming, whimpering, silent I take…

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“Take a Picture” by Joseph Vasquez

“Take a Picture” by Joseph Vasquez

I don’t know if it’s much of a fad anymore, but I remember when people would take pictures of their food and post it online, I’ve never understood this, as a matter of fact, I can’t quite stomach it- pun intended. I can’t justify showing off something that I’m fortunate enough to have while so…

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“Los Gatos de Baudelaire” (fragmento) by Rodrigo E. Ordoñez

“Los Gatos de Baudelaire” (fragmento) by Rodrigo E. Ordoñez

    Estira su lomo hasta acantilar sus ojos en el torso rasgado de las cosas, diáfanos versan con las garras poemas de melancólicas patas, hablan del sueño o de un pequeño maullido que desarma la noche; la habitación se humedece al rozar su lengua, como un cartílago que da movimiento a la mesa.

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