It’s a brand new year and time to share some new horror!
I’ve got a good one for ya.
A Christmas Tale
by Austin Crawley
I’ve always enjoyed stories based on Charles Dickens tale A Christmas Carol.
Three good friends spend Christmas Eve together. They may live to regret it.
I remember gathering with my friends on the Eve of Christmas. I don’t think it entered our minds to do a seance. These three girls should have known better.
As each is visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and yet to come, they must face some horrible truths.
I liked where the author went with his story. There are no happy moments. All of the girls are forced to face things they fear, things they want to forget.
The atmosphere is eerie, the story unpredictable, and the ending is a shocker. What more could I ask for!
Few Christmas stories hold as much fascination as the story, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
Inspired by the Dickens tale, A Christmas Carol, three young women decide to hold a séance to raise the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future. They don’t expect a result, but what they call out of the aethyr gives them a creepy holiday they will never forget, if they live to tell the tale!
Author Austin Crawley
Austin Crawley has written stories for more than ten years, usually involving ghosts, demons or spirits in some form. In 2015, he decided it was time to publish. He is currently working on a Dystopian series with a supernatural twist.
Austin is giving away three eBook copies!
Choice of format – Mobi – ePub – PDF
Entry is easy. Please leave your email address so I can contact you if you win and answer this question:
If you were given a choice, would you want the Ghost of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, or Christmas Yet To Come to visit you?
Giveaway ends January 16th.
In a small English village, an abandoned black post box stands testament to the failing Royal Mail service where post box collections have ceased and letters must be delivered to the post office in the local shop.
However, the residents of this village continue to drop irregular letters into the black box. Messages to dead relatives are not only delivered, but often requests for supernatural intervention are acted upon in the world of the living where the dead and damned can only enter by special invitation.
When a visitor learns of the black post box, he dismisses it as local superstition and chides the villagers for their simple beliefs, until he accepts the challenge to test the box for himself. What would you ask for, if you could send a message to the damned?
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