Or more properly, do the undead dream? What horrors lurk in the quiescent minds of the walking dead, or of the writers who breathe life into those decaying corpses shambling about, stinking of the grave and hungering for the taste of human flesh?
Just in time for the holidays, Dark Moon Books has released Frightmares: A Fistful of Flash Fiction Horror, an anthology of “delightfully squeamish short fiction” which offers a glimpse into a nightmare world of the undead and other denizens of the dark.
I am especially excited about the release of Frightmares, as it includes Dead Reckoning, my first published flash fiction piece. Now I can cross that off my bucket list. Or maybe it should have been on my undead bucket list?
I’ve nearly finished reading my copy of Frightmares, and if you are hungry for a grim and glorious collection of bite-sized and easily digestible (mmmmm, braaaaiiinnnssss) tales of the macabre and horrific, this is the book for you. It weighs in at a hefty 258 pages – all of which makes you shudder – then eagerly turn to the next one.