Dark Visions, a horror anothology edited by Dan Alatorre and with contributions from 27 authors is now available for sale.

I have two short supernatural / horror stories in this volume, The Haunting of William and The Willow Tree.

I am very excited to see there are already two reviews for this book:

Ritu rated it 5 out of 5 stars and said:

This review was based on a complimentary pre-release copy.

If you like to be able to dip in and out of a collection of spooky stories at your pleasure, then this is definitely a book for you!
A wonderful anthology filled with various delights ranging from the ghoulish to the gruesome!
I especially enjoyed the tale of a troublesome mother who helped her son’s business in a truly bloody manner, thanks to Geoff LePard, titled Ice Cream.
Robbie Cheadle’s tale, The Haunting Of William, was another that left me spooked out! For the record, that William deserved to get haunted!
Ellen Best’s entry, The Documentary is a short, sharp shocker too!
If I could, I would review each and every story, but that would defeat the purpose of you reading for yourself, so I urge you to take a chance on this fantastic collection of tales, perfect for the month of October, and Halloween!

John rated it 5 out of 5 stars and said:

I was given the privilege of an early peek at “Dark Visions: an Anthology of Horror Stories . . .” so it looks like I get to post the first review. I am a big fan of short stories. A well-written short story delivers a punch in a tight package, sometimes in a way that cannot be equaled by a much longer work. This collection provides 34 of those tight packages all in one volume. Most of the stories are just a few pages long, so they are perfect for a quick escape into the frightening and bizarre and mind-twisting worlds of horror and mystery that these writers are experts at creating. An excellent example is the short story by Frank Parker about a simple swimming outing which will make you rethink the boundaries between dreams and reality. I highly recommend this book for fans of short horror stories.

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