Archive for March, 2013

13 creepy horror tales comprise Malafarina’s “Ghost Shadows”

Mechanicsburg, PA – Sunbury Press has released Thomas M. Malafarina’s latest horror short story compilation “Ghost Shadows.”

Ghost Shadows

Ghost Shadows

About the Book:
Like a dark cloud of foreboding, stories of horror can cast their ghostly silhouettes across our very souls. Ghost Shadows is a collection of thirteen such stories by modern day master of the macabre, Thomas M. Malafarina. From tales of psychological terror to those involving the demonic tortures of Hell itself, Malafarina seeks to cast his own ghost shadows across the souls of his legion of devoted readers.

About the Author:
Thomas M. Malafarina ( is a horror fiction writer from Berks County, PA. He has published four novels, “99 Souls”, “Burn Phone”, “Eye Contact” and most recently, “Fallen Stones” and story collections called “13 Nasty Endings”, Gallery Of Horror”, “Malafarina Maleficarum Volume One” and “Malafarina Maleficarum Volume Two” through Sunbury Press of Camp Hill, PA. ( He has also published a collection of single-panel cartoons called “Yes I Smelled It Too: Cartoons For The Slightly Off-Center” through Sunbury. He has written dozens of short stories, which have been featured in numerous anthologies as well as on internet audio podcasts.

Ghost Shadows
Authored by Thomas M Malafarina
List Price: $14.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
170 pages
Sunbury Press Inc
ISBN-13: 978-1620061930
ISBN-10: 1620061937
BISAC: Fiction / Horror

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Also available on Kindle and Nook

03/10/2013 Interview / Reading On “WebbWeaver Books – ‘Ghost Shadows’ “

On March 10, 2013, Thomas was interviewed by C K Webb on the WebbWeaver Internet radio program. He also got to read a short story “Double Yellow” from “Ghost Shadows”.

Here is a link to the show:
Here are comments made during the show by C K Webb:

“Man that’s wicked I love that!”

“He (Thomas) has had more downloads than anyone ever on WebbWeaver Books”

“Very cool, very cool. I’m excited about it.”

“That was awesome.”

“That was really, really cool. I like the way you pull everyone along.”