Saturday, 29 October 2011
As we're into Halloween season now (and I can't believe we had no-one at the door yet), here's a couple of seasonal stories of mine for you, for free.
Lilies was originally published in Postscripts and then reprinted in Stephen Jones' Best New Horror anthology (it appeared between stories by Neil Gaiman and Ramsey Campbell, which still makes me go all funny). It's about dead people, war, passion and desperation.
Sighted is a story of a sniper crawling through the ruins of a wartime city, and what he sees through the sights of his rifle. It was first published in At Ease With The Dead, the fourth anthology from Ash-Tree Press, which was shortlisted for both the Stoker Award and the Shirley Jackson Award for Best Anthology.
Both free, you can get Lilies at Amazon (US version) for Kindle or at Smashwords for any other format, and Sighted at Smashwords only as Amazon hasn't matched the free pricing.
Posted by Iain at 09:03