Mark Slade’s “Electric Funeral” is a deadly combination of horror and art
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Mark Slades short story compilation “Electric Funeral: A Compilation of Short Stories Inspired by the Art of Darwins Mishap.”
About the Book:
Mark Slade, the publisher of “Nightmare Illustrated” magazine and contributor to Undead Living brings us this chilling collection of 15 morbid tales inspired by the dark artwork of Darwins Mishap.
I lay on a pile of leaves, turned my coat up on my neck to deflect the cold wind whipping around me, all of those things ran rampant through my head. I closed my eyes, tried hard to convince myself I was free from all the stress that used weigh me down, when the truth stared me in the face. I had more troubles than I wanted.
I felt a cold hand touch my face. I flinched, opened my eyes quickly. I saw a young, dark haired woman in a hospital gown standing in front of me. She was stone-faced, no emotions at all. Her large brown eyes were lifeless. Her extreme pale skin only made dark circles under her eyes stand out more. She had her arms at her sides, but her right hand jumped as if she were keeping time to an imaginary song.
Authored by Mark Slade
Illustrated by Darwins Mishap
List Price: $24.95
8.5″ x 11″ HARD COVER
Color on White paper
Sunbury Press, Inc.
BISAC: Fiction / Horror / Short Stories
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June 5, 2014 at 11:37 am