As if Surviving the End was not already awesome enough, there’s been a surprise last-minute addition to get excited about!
News delivered from the Dark Prints Press Facebook Page! The illustrious list of authors in our post-apocalyptic horror anthology will now be joined by a piece from Jonathan Maberry. Still slated for a release this April (goodness, only two months to go!), I’m seriously enthusiastic about reading the full collection.
Every now and then, I will re-read my short story, Harvest. My memory is vague enough that I don’t remember the exact way it was written, the precise pacing, each particular word choice. I enjoy re-reading for that reason – even when it comes to my own work, it would seem! I still like this story, partly for its difference to my other writing. Different character types and interactions. Different motivation for the story itself. It borders on frantic, and I’m still left grinning like a maniac at the end. But maybe that’s just me.
And, of course, I’m looking forward to everyone else getting a chance to read it as well!
Here’s the updated list of stories included in Surviving the End:
Joseph D’Lacey, with a novella titled “The Failing Flesh”;
Jason Nahrung, with “The Last Boat to Eden”;
Martin Livings, with “Unwanted”;
Amanda J Spedding, with “The Long Ago”;
Michael Bailey, with “Hiatus”;
Kathryn Hore, with “The Stuff of Stories”;
my own story, “Harvest”;
and now, Jonathan Maberry, with “The Wind Through the Fence”.
Not forgetting the Story Keeper himself, Craig Bezant, adding in the interludes connecting our various stories and bringing the tales of survival together.
April may be just around the corner, but I’m excited and impatient to see the books arrive!
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Sounds awesome, Ashlee! I admit that I’m a little jealous. Not only do I adore both you and Jonathan Maberry, but I also have a short story in a zombie anthology that I was less than pleased with the overall quality of (the anthology, not my story). Lesson learned though. It sounds like this one will be a winner!
Aww, I’m sorry the anthology you’re in didn’t turn out great. I’m so appreciative of your support, Annie, especially as a fan of the horror genre. 😀
MABERRY CONFIRMED FOR BRAWL.
(Oops, I forgot to hit the nested Reply button first! 😮 )
The only time a writer doesn’t tire of reading her own writing is when it’s finally done and in print. Congrats!
Thanks, Sherry! 🙂
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