A Winter's Tale: Horror Stories for the Yuletide

The Yuletide. The time of the longest, darkest evenings of the year, and once, a time for stories of ghosts, demons, and other night creatures, by authors like M.R. James, E.F. Benson, Jane Gaskell, and Amelia B. Edwards. A Winter’s Tale seeks to revive those days with all new stories by some of the best horror writers of today. These stories run the gamut in setting and time, from traditional Victorian ghost stories to all too contemporary tales of terror. This is an anthology to be read by the fireside on cold nights with the wind howling at the windows. Or just in your favorite spot.

  • SNOWFALL James A. Moore
  • HAUNTED HARBOR Amanda DeWees
  • THE HEADLESS HORROR Charles R. Rutledge
  • NOT MORE LOVELY THAN FULL OF GLEE Leanna Renee Hieber
  • WHO WOULDN’T GO Cliff Biggers
  • THE FORTINGALL YEW William Meikle
  • HOLD YOUR BREATH Jeff Strand
  • THE CAMPO Josh Reynolds
  • I USED TO LIVE HERE Kealan Patrick Burke
  • BY CHANCE OR PROVIDENCE James R. Tuck
  • THE HERON IN WINTER John Linwood Grant

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  1. Ariana Stancill  

    I really enjoyed it. Every time I had to put the book down, I looked forward to picking it up again and getting back into the story. I recommend.

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  2. Junior Mckamey  

    I could not put this book down and ended up reading it in one sitting!

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