Title: Resurrected: An Anthology of Horror and Dark Fiction Authors: Amy Bartelloni, Bryon Lee Ray, Cat Camille, D.A. Roach, D. Nichole King, Elizabeth Roderick, Erin Lee, Joseph Paul Haines, Joshua Macmillan, Nykki Mills, Samie Sands, Sara Schoen, and Taylor Henderson
Genre: Horror and Dark Fiction
Release Date: December 19, 2017
Publisher: Limitless Publishing
“Noun: the action or fact of dying or being killed; the end of the life of a person or organism.”
It’s the only certain thing in life. A journey every living creature is forced to take. It cannot be eluded, and there’s no escaping its fatal claws. It’s the one constant in every religion that cannot be proved wrong…death will find everyone.
But what if death is not the end? What if it’s only the beginning?
Stories of the living dead have been told through the centuries. Some of us want to believe, and some of us are too afraid to face the truth that sometimes—just sometimes—the dead never leave.
This is a collection of stories bound to make you question every belief, filling in the blanks of the unknown. Whether it’s the woman scorned finally given a chance for revenge after death, or an evil force trapping generations of a single family in a home for eternity—these are the deadly tales told from the grave.
Do not think it’s over when the Grim Reaper comes to call.
Death is not the final masquerade.
13 is Resurrected…
Are you afraid?
D.A. Roach is a YA/NA writer who enjoys the challenge of crafting stories in different genres. When she’s not writing, she enjoys going to rock concerts, hockey games, horror movies and gardening.
Samie Sands is the author of the AM13 Outbreak series – Lockdown, Forgotten and Extinct. She’s also had a number of short stories published in very successful short story anthologies. To find out more about Samie and her work, check out her website at http://samiesands.com/.
ERIN LEE is a freelance writer and therapist living with her family in southern New Hampshire. She is the author of Crazy Like Me, a novel published in 2015 by Savant Books and Publications, LLC. She is also author of Wave to Papa, 2015, Nine Lives, 2016, and Alters, 2016 with Limitless Publishing. She authored Losing Faith with Black Rose Writing. Other titles include Host, Merge, Her Name Was Sam, Take Me As I Am, 99 Bottles, The Morning After and award-winning When I’m Dead. In her free time, she works on her upcoming releases, Just Things, a novel built on the life of Jimmie Putnam as seen here in her story, “Jimmie’s Freezers,” (The trouble with) Butterfly Kisses, From Russia, With Love, and Between the Cushions: A poetry collection.
ELIZABETH RODERICK grew up as a barefoot ruffian on a fruit orchard near Yakima, in the eastern part of Washington State. After weathering the grunge revolution and devolution in Olympia, Washington, Portland, Oregon and Seattle, she recently moved to a small cluster of houses amidst the vineyards of California’s Central Coast.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, and worked for many years as a paralegal and translator. She is a musician and songwriter, and has played in many bands, rocking some instruments she doesn’t even know the real names for, but mostly guitar, bass and keyboards.
Elizabeth writes novels for young adults and adults; short stories; and memoir which is way more interesting than it should be. Her stories are about love, death, gang warfare, and madness; her characters tend to be of the type that society generally shuns: addicts, convicts, and the mentally ill. She believes if people get to know these characters in stories and in real life, they’ll find them more likeable than they originally thought.
She applies Hunter S. Thompson’s Gonzo method to fiction writing. It often gets a little heavier than what she had in mind, but she chalks it up to forced consciousness expansion.
Her author webpage can be found at http://www.talesfrompurgatory.com
Sara currently a Biology Major with a minor in Environmental Science and another in Spanish at James Madison University, and spends her time writing, studying, and ghost hunting. While writing is a great hobby that turned into a passion to share with others, school is her priority.
Taylor Henderson is a psychology major at the University of Mary Washington. She was born and raised in Northern Virginia and has been an adamant reader and writer since she was young. Taylor plans to continue writing, and hopes to continue to expand to different genres in the future.
My name is Joshua Macmillan, I am an author of horror and dark fiction. My first publication is a short story within the 13:Night Terrors anthology published by Limitless Publishing! I am currently working on my first novel and plan to have as many short stories published as possible while I work on the novel! I look forward to hearing from you guys! You can find me on facebook and Twitter, as well as email me!
Nykki was born and raised (mostly) in a cow town in Tulare county, CA. She moved with her mother to UT at 16. This is where she met her future husband and father to their three adorable children. They now live in the beautiful state of MT, exploring the wilderness one weekend at a time.
Growing up her nose was always in a book, having read nearly every VC. Andrews book by the age of twelve. It wasn’t until 2011 that she discovered her passion for writing. Her debut novel SACRIFICED is available now on Amazon! It is a YA paranormal with horror elements. She also writes fantasy, sometimes with a little sci-fi elements spun through.
Amy Bartelloni is the author of the three book YA dystopian Andromeda series with Limitless Publishing. Her work has been featured in the Prep for Doom, and Tricks, Treats, and Zombies anthologies. A reader, writer, & coffee addict, she lives with her husband, 3 children, and various animals in the northeast US. When she’s not playing mom-taxi, you can find her with her nose in a book or her head in the clouds. A people watcher and science fiction junkie, she still believes dreams can come true. Some of her favorite authors include Neil Gaiman, Jasper Fforde, Paulo Coelho, and Stephen King.
Joseph Paul Haines
Joseph Paul Haines is an award nominated writer with over seventy published short stories in such magazines as Interzone, Aeon, Abyss & Apex and many more, having received honorable mentions for ten stories in The Year’s Best Science Fiction, edited by Gardner Dozois. His short story, “Ten With a Flag,” was translated into three languages for foreign publication, garnering a nomination for the Ignotus Award for the best foreign language story from the Spanish Science Fiction Association and included in the John Joseph Adams anthology, “Brave New Worlds,” a collection of the best Dystopian short fiction ever written and including authors such as Neil Gaiman, Phillip K. Dick, Shirley Jackson, Ray Bradbury, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Orson Scott Card and others. He lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife, one bossy dog and four ferocious felines.
I’m pretty sure I drink too much Pepsi. I’m also pretty sure that somedays it’s what keeps me sane. Well, Pepsi and writing, that is.
I’m a dreamer, an inspirer. I find beauty in weakness, brokenness, and heartbreak. In life, and joy, and happiness. These moments don’t define us, but the choices we make in these moments do.
I write about these moments. About the choices we make and the paths we tread. About the circumstances that make us who we are and the experiences that will lead us to who we will become.
I write about life. Love. Pain. And hope.
“It’s not about the ending; it’s about the journey.”
Cat Camille is a writer based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She writes poetry and fiction, and works as an editor.
Byron Lee Ray
The author of: Our Precious Moments, The Guardian Ear of The Radio Nurse, and Stone Bamboo. Current lives in Colorado with his wife Alia and two daughters.