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The Things We Fear: A collection of terrifying tales

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A years-long stalking, a family terrified of things hunting them during blackouts, an agoraphobic man's journals from his time spent in his haunted house, a woman.....stretching, and much more fill this collection of short horror stories from award-winning author Nick Botic. Previously published as "The First Collection", "The Things We Fear" is a revised, updated, and much better edited edition featuring series such as the one that took the internet by storm in 2017 "Daughter's Drawings" and the saga of "The Smilers", as well as horrifying single installment tales like "Alzheimer's Can Be Terrifying" and "The Stretching Party".

Take a look into the mind of a horror author on the rise with "The Things We Fear"

124 pages, Kindle Edition

Published November 23, 2018

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Nick Botic

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Nick Botic is a writer based in Milwaukee, WI. In 2016 he rose through the ranks of the now 20-million member Reddit community dedicated to short horror stories known as NoSleep, cementing himself as one of the all-time most popular contributors.

He has since gone on to have his work featured in various anthologies, magazines, and podcasts, and has had stories translated into over fifteen languages.

2023 will see the release of his highly-anticipated debut novel "Daughter's Drawings", based on the viral short story "My Family Was Stalked for Four Years", as well as a non-fiction book featuring conversations with the modern masters of the horror genre, including Ramsey Campbell, Laird Barron, Paul Tremblay, Ellen Datlow, John Langan, Nadia Bulkin, and more.

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246 reviews7 followers
December 10, 2020
Great collection

This book has some of the best short horror stories I've had the privilege of reading. Subtle horror at its finest. Highly recommend!
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