Seventh Star Press is proud to unveil the brand new cover art by Enggar Adirasa for the newest installment in the popular Southern Haunts Anthology series, Devils in the Darkness. Featuring 20 tales of horror and dark fantasy, from editors Alexander S. Brown and Louise Myers, the eBook version of Southern Haunts: Devils in the Darkness
will be released this Thursday, with print availability to follow next week! The release also features 20 brand new interior illustrations from Robert K!
From the fiery abyss of the underworld comes 20 hellish tales from the south and southwest. Within these charred pages are stories that will introduce you to the many demons that stay hidden but are always nearby…
20 authors provide stories of possessed people, objects, houses, highways, and the devil’s favorite playground - the forest.
Dare to meet Deidless, a demon who is a buyer of souls. Discover what kind of demons men can summon. Read of battles between good and evil. Learn of ancient artifacts and stones that crave sacrifice. Finally, become acquainted with legions of evil.
Again, we invite you, sit back, dim the lights, and prepare yourself to meet the devils in the darkness.
Featured stories and authors in Southern Haunts 2: Devils in the Darkness:
The Demon of the Old Natchez Trace by J L Mulvihill
Battle for Vicksburg by Della West
Dediless by Linda DeLeon
What Goes Around by Herika Raymer
Dead End by C.G. Bush
Sorry Charlie by Angela Dalton Lucius
The Misconception about Demons by Phillip Drayer Duncan
The Blackberry Man by Diane Ward
The Devil’s Stone by Melodie Romeo
And There was Nothing Left but Ash by Miguel L. Viscarra
Barred for Life by Louise Myers
The Devil’s Doorway by Kalila Smith
What Demons Men Make by Windsong Levitch
Ancient Blood by Ethan Nahte
Let Demon Dogs Lie by Pamela K. Kinney
Jack in the Box by H. David Blalock
Dorm Rat by E. G. Glover
Beleth by Roman Merry
Are You Ready? by L R Barrett- Durham
Attachment by Alexander S. Brown
The eBook version for Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iBookstore will be released on Thursday, with a trade paperback version next week.