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Between the Lines Anthology from Bram Stoker Award-winning Editor Michael Knost Available Now!

Between the Lines challenged the writers in Bram Stoker Award-winning editor Michael Knost's online writing class to create stories while using the same opening and closing line. The result is an anthology filled with an array of great tales and excellent writing, covering many different genres. betweenthelinescover_1200x800 Now available in print and eBook formats from Seventh Star Press, and featuring a cover design from Aaron Drown Design, Between the Lines delivers a unique kind of reading experience that showcases many outstanding writers. Here are the direct links for several versions of Between the Lines

eBook versions (all $2.99) Kindle Nook Kobo iTunes

Print Version Amazon.com

Within the pages of Between the Lines you will enjoy stories from the following authors: (in order of their appearances in the book)

Elizabeth Gaucher Trace Conger Angela Lambert J. Mace Katherine Sanger C.J. Brooks Ben Eads Cynthia Dawn Griffen Marty Young Nicole E. Castle B.D. Prince Lynn Butcher Kenneth W. Cain Lee E. E. Stone Roxanne Crouse Denise Wyant LRH Rendell-Hayes

Synopsis of Between the Lines: Bram Stoker Award-winning editor and author Michael Knost gave his online writing students an opening sentence and a closing sentence and asked them to write a story Between the Lines. Every story opens with: "Kelvin pressed against the wound as blood seeped around his hands." And ends with: "Watching the train disappear into the night, he brought the flower to his nose before tossing it to the tracks." This anthology is the amazing results. Now, prepare yourself for the wonders you'll find BETWEEN THE LINES. knostauthorphoto_bwAbout the Editor: MICHAEL KNOST is an author, editor, and columnist of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and supernatural thrillers. His Writers Workshop of Horror won the 2009 Bram Stoker Award® for superior achievement in nonfiction in Brighton, U.K. His critically acclaimed Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy came out in 2013. His debut novel, Return of the Mothman was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award® for superior achievement in first novel. The Horror Writers Association recently honored Michael with the prestigious Silver Hammer Award for his work as their mentorship program chair. He resides in Chapmanville, West Virginia with his wife, daughter, and a zombie goldfish. To find out more, visit www.MichaelKnost.com.