On the 14th of November, 2013, Fresh Fear was borne upon the earth! The Kindle/Nook/Ebook version has arrived safe and complete on Smashwords and Amazon. WJ Renehan provides a poignant excerpt from his work 'The Art of Darkness: Meditations on the Effect of Horror Fiction.' I wish to thank each and every one of the fantastic contributors and publisher James Ward Kirk for his efforts. Anyway, without further ado I present to you, 'Fresh Fear: Contemporary Horror.'

FRESH FEAR: Contem­porary Horror is a collection of horror from some of the genre's best writers of dark fiction. This collection has no central theme other than the stories' ability to scare the hell out of the reader! Tales steeped in psychological horror sit alongside visions of strange worlds and inner landscapes drenched in blood. 'Quiet horror' sits comfortably next to more visceral portrayals of the monsters that lurk deep within the human heart. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, famously once said, "where there is no imagination there is no horror" - the horror expressed by the authors in Fresh Fear show that imagination is indeed tantamount to excellent story-telling. Prepare yourself for 28 tales of terror-inducing fiction that will have you checking the locks on every door and window of your abode!

·         Scathe meic Beorh

·         Ramsey Campbell

·         Lily Childs   

·         Lincoln Crisler   

·         Jack Dann   

·         Robert Dunbar   

·         Thomas A. Erb   

·         Brandon Ford   

·         Carole Gill   

·         Lindsey Beth Goddard   

·         J. F. Gonzalez   

·         Dane Hatchell   

·         E. A. Irwin   

·         Charlee Jacob   

·         K. Trap Jones   

·         Tim Jones   

·         Vada Katherine   

·         Roy C. Booth and Axel Kohagen   

·         Shane McKenzie   

·         Shaun Meeks   

·         Adam Millard   

·         Christine Morgan   

·         Billie Sue Mosiman   

·         D.F. Noble   

·         Chantal Noordeloos   

·         W. H. Pugmire   

·         William Todd Rose   

·         Anna Taborska

Fresh Fear is an eclectic collection of the very best horror fiction from across the world. Dare you to read it! Switch the phone off, make yourself comfortable, and prepare for a trip to the darkest depths and most shadowed recesses of the human imagination.

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