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Suffer the Little Children now available

January 24, 2013

sufferthelittlechildrenI’m pleased to announce that Cruentus Libri’s ‘Suffer the Little Children’ anthology, featuring my story ‘Play Ball’ is now available to buy online.

Girls and boys, are come out to play, The moon doth shine as bright as day; Leave your supper, and leave your sleep, And face the demons from the deep… Cruentus Libri Press brings you sixteen tales of horror and the macabre featuring children facing their fears face on. From old myths to new gods; from bloodthirsty trolls beneath the bridge to the untold horrors of the ball pond, these are stories to inspire any parent to pull their children close and hold them tight. Suffer the Little Children contains stories from the world’s finest horror authors, including DJ Cockburn, Jonathan Ward, Deb Eskie, J.A. Grier, Paul Edmonds, Joanna Parypinski, Bryan Best, Randy D. Rubin, Kevin G. Bufton, Gregory J. Wolos, Die Booth, Derek Muk, Paco, Jay Wilburn, John M. McIlveen and Jason Andrew.

I’m looking forward to reading the rest of the stories in the anthology and will as usual write a review of the collection, once I’ve had chance to read it! Speaking for my contribution, ‘Play Ball’ is a story I’m particularly fond of that tells a coming-of-age tale about Bertie and the horrors that lurk in the ball pit. It took a while for me to place it – I think it was a bit too weird – but I’m very happy that it’s found a home with Cruentus Libri.

You can also buy the companion volume, entitled ‘From their Cradle to your Grave’ from Amazon here.

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