100 WORD HORRORS PART 2
Compiled by Kevin J Kennedy
A drabble is a short form of fiction that is exactly 100 words long (not including the title).
Kevin J. Kennedy has once again served up the best of the horror world to bring you an anthology that is packed with creepy tales. Between these pages you will find over one hundred drabbles, written by a wealth of talented authors. From the best indie horror authors to Bram Stoker award winners and Amazon top sellers. We have monsters, mayhem, and madness. Come join us.
Contains stories by: A.J. Brown, Adriaan Brae, Amy Cross, Andrew Lennon, Billy Chizmar, Billy San Juan, Brandy Yassa, C.M. Saunders, C.S. Anderson, Chad Lutzke, Christina Bergling, Christopher Motz, Craig Saunders, David J. Fielding, David Moody, David Owain Hughes, Derek Shupert, Donelle Pardee Whiting, Ellen A. Easton, Eric J. Guignard, Feind Gottes, Gary McMahon, H.R. Boldwood, Howard Carlyle, Ian McKinney, J.C. Michael, James H. Longmore, James Matthew Byers, James McCulloch, James Newman, Jason Parent, Jasper Bark, Jay Sigler, Joe X. Young, John Boden, John Dover, Julian J. Guignard, Justin Boote, Justin M. Woodward, Kevin J. Kennedy, Lee Franklin, Lee McGeorge, Lee Murray, Lisa Vasquez, Mark Cassell, Mark Lukens, Mark Lumby, Matthew Cash, Michael A. Arnzen, Michael Bray, Mike Duke, Myk Pilgrim, Nicholas Diak, Nicholas Paschall, Norbert Gora, P. Mattern, P.J. Blakey-Novis, Paul Kane, Pippa Bailey, R.J. Roles, Rebecca Brae, Rhys Hughes, Richard Chizmar,Robert W. Easton,Sara Tantlinger, Sarina Dorie, Shaun Hutson, Stefan Lear, Stephen Kozeniewski, Steven Stacy, Suzanne Fox, Terry M. West, Theresa Jacobs, Tom Deady, Toneye Eyenot, Valerie Lioudis, Veronica Smith.
Welcome to Part 2 of Kevin J Kennedy’s brilliant 100 Word Horrors.
100 Word Horrors Part 2 is a fun, diverse collection of drabbles written by a stellar list of authors. There is something here for everyone. Psychological Horror. Suspenseful Horror. Shocking Horror. Horror Poetry!
Having come to this collection well after its release, I have had the opportunity to see others’ thoughts on the collection. A few people have left low star reviews because they did not like all of the drabbles. Well, no kidding. With a collection this diverse, one is not going to like them all equally. Some of them will resonate perfectly with your horror sweet spot. Some of them may not really appeal to a given reader at all. That does not make the collection less fantastic. It is merely a testament to how varied the stories are. I have my favorites, and you will too.
I devoured this collection in one sitting and went back to reread my favorites. I do not necessarily recommend this approach. The book should be savored. But I personally love me some quality drabbles and could not put it down.
And, again, Horror Poetry! Always a fun addition.
Another shelf-worthy collection
Get it on Amazon: 100 Word Horrors Part 2
Also available: 100 Word Horrors (the first one)