My Review of THE 13: Tales of Macabre by Stephanie Ayers

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The 13: Tales of Macabre

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Can you survive all 12?

Killer watermelons, murderous jewelry boxes, centenarian sea whisperers, creatures of myth/legend, and more…

This supernatural story collection will make you reconsider everything you thought you knew. At night you’ll hover under your covers while looking over your shoulder in the day.

Down, down in the depths they fell; bodies in the dark of a liquid hell.

Can you survive all 12?

Includes a forward by JM Ames and poetry by Stacy Overby.

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My Review of THE 13: Tales of Macabre 

This is the very first book of Author Stephanie Ayes I have read and I must admit this will not be my last.

I LOVE books that you start to read and you just immerse yourself completely.

The collection of stories reminded me of sitting around my living room listening to different scary stories with friends and family in which some you could walk away fine and others that stayed with you throughout the night.

For a woman who grew up watching horror films and listening to old time Spanish fork lore I would suggest grabbing this book now especially with Halloween around the corner.

You will not be disappointed 😊

 

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The 13: Tales of Illusory is $.99 throughout the month of October in celebration of its 1 year anniversary and the second book’s release. Grab your copy at this price while you can!

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Stephanie Ayers

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A published author with a knack for twisted tales, Stephanie Ayers is a coffee guzzling, word whispering, world building creative ninja and unicorn living in Ohio disguised as a human. She mothers her children, loves her husband, attends church, and avoids all things housework and zombies. When she isn’t doing any of these things, she can be found stretching her creative wings designing book covers, promotional graphics, logos and more.


Stephanie has been a regular contributor and leader for Bloggy Moms and Just Be Enough, and currently writes content for Blogmutt. She is a strong supporter of the indie author community.

Her debut novella, Til Death Do Us Part, was published by Bannerwing Books in 2013, and her work appears in several anthologies and collections, notably Precipice 2, Flash Fiction: 1x50x100, and Endless Darkness. Her poetry has been featured in Ambrosia: A Poetry Anthology, and the first volume in her serial short horror story collection released in October 2017. Her fantasy debuted with “Wings,” a free short story from the Destiny Defined series, which will begin late 2018, early 2019.

Her favorite quote is: “The blank page is a canvas on which the writer paints a story.”-Stephanie Ayers

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