If you’re looking for stories of “happily ever after”, continue onward. Warm and fuzzy tales of love won’t lie within these pages. These dark accounts incur greed, anger, hostility, murder, revenge, and creatures that go bump in the night. Be forewarned—there will be blood, and you may need to check under your bed before going to sleep. Darkness awaits.
The Maybe Man—K.C. Finn Sasha Brook—Shebat Legion Deep Below—J.R. Roper Sinner—Barbie Shannon Mind Fuck—Nina Stevens When the Music Dies—Penelope Anne Bartotto The Asylum—Shannon Eckrich Perdition—Mariana Thorn An Eve to Forget—Leah D.W. A Night with the Outside Inn—Patrick Tumblety Broken Photo—SJ Davis A Salem Witch—Zoe Adams Always Beneath—Paul Flewitt Staum the Source—Andrea Staum Nothing to Fear—Jackie McMahon The Beginning—Sabina Bundgaard Fall from Grace—Nina Stevens Second Chances—Khelsey Jackson Professional Courtesy—Debbie Christiana End in Fire—M Jet Fairy Hunter—Deborah Dalton Operation Werewolf—B. David Spicer What Must Be Done—Reven Archer Black The Architect—F.A Carillo Southern Cross—Shelly Schulz A Sip of Water—Palumbo Sergio The Wicked End—Monique Diplock
Sarah Jayne Carr is a novelist who can be found most evenings with a cup of tea in-hand and her imagination racing from plot to plot. When away from her work, part of her mind is constantly brainstorming her next story and she always has writing paraphernalia within reach.
She wrote stories as a child, but became more serious about her passion during her twenties. In her spare time, she likes to read, splash in mud puddles, smell bookstores and eat Honeycrisp apples. Yearly, she participates in NaNoWriMo and has mentored others through the program. Due to her dedication to National Novel Writing Month, she is part of an amazing writing group.
Born and raised in Washington State, Sarah still resides in the area. Her life is richly filled with her supportive, yet swashbuckling husband and their golden Nugget.
Reading order of the JackRabbit7 series: The ones with an asterisk are the short stories I wrote. They're backstories on the supporting characters and how their lives intertwine with Amelia's and/or JackRabbit7.
This was my favorite I am not sure what happened with book two and book three of dark light but book one and book four were by far the best for me. I didn't have just one story I liked in this book, I really enjoyed all of them. As I have mentioned before in the first book of Dark Light each story is very unique and I am sure that there is at least one story that you will enjoy even if you do not enjoy all of them. I felt that in this anthology I got to see new authors work as I have never heard of any of these authors before so it was awesome to be able to see within their mind the story that they can create for us all. If you like anthologies with horror or scariness then pick this book up, I don't think you will be disappointed.