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Spring 2015 releases

Like winter turns to spring, JWKfiction inevitably publishes more exciting books. As always the quality material that you have come to expect from us, by new as well as established authors.

With spring fast approaching, we wanted to provide you with an overview of our newest titles and their respective Amazon links:

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End of 2014 releases overview

The last weeks of 2014 have seen a flurry of publishing activity with JWKfiction. As always the quality material that you have come to expect from us, by new as well as established authors.

Coming up to the new year we wanted to provide you with an overview of our newest titles and their respective Amazon links:

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Best Of JWK 2013

front-smallThe things that go 'bump' in the night, the rustling under the bed, the darkness that looks back at you and the whispers that haunt you day and night. It's in here, all of it.

During 2013 JWK Fiction brought you intense horror from established authors and rising stars. To celebrate a successful year, JWKfiction brings you the highlights of the year in this collection. Frankly, we're showing off. We're proud to work with these great authors and the beautifully horrific stories they have provided us.

But that's not all, folks!! Many more books have seen the light of day in the past weeks, so here's an overview if you're looking for a few good, scary reads:


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Danger. Demons involved. Tread lightly, and carry a big cross. Reports of strange occurrences have been reported by those that have read this anthology...

Terror Train

ttfrontmicroThe train rides, from city to city, from village to village, through states, across rivers and mountains. If only it could tell its tales of grisly murder, of demonic pacts, black holes into different dimensions and portals to other realms where the ghosts of train robbers hunt in perpetuity for that elusive bullion filled carriage that cost them their immortal souls. Behold the terrors the train has witnessed, see firsthand the horrors it has lived through and when you get on board, pray, pray you've entered the right one, on the right track, the one that does not lead to oblivion...

Terror Train contains stories by new and established authors, with a guest story by William F. Nolan.

Participating authors: Edited by A. Henry Keene & Krista Clark Grabowski, Roger Cowin, Charie D. La Marr, Michael Thomas-Knight, Mark Rigney, Stephen Alexander, Mike Jansen, Justin Hunter, Mary Genevieve Fortier, Jeremy Mays, Murphy Edwards, Dennis Banning, Brigitte Kephart, Brian Barnett, Mathias Jansson, Abdul-Qaadir Taariq Bakari-Muhammad, Aaron Besson, Jim Goforth, Dona Fox, Tony Bowman, Rie Sheridan Rose, Dale Hollin, David S. Pointer, Stuart Keane, William Cook, Shenoa Carroll-Bradd, A. P. Gilbert, Shane Koch, William F. Nolan, Teri Skultety, E.S. Wynn, Lori R. Lopez, Thomas M. Malafarina, Leigh M. Lane, Alex S. Johnson

All aboard!

We are Dust and Shadow

We all die. Death is inescapable and no one ever returned to tell us about it.

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The cold dark void that awaits us all, a terrifying prospect that most people fear and some may welcome like a long lost friend.

But is it really the end? What wonders might lie beyond that final horizon, what light, if any, do we see at the end of the tunnel and what does that light reveal?

A group of wonderful horror poets and writers collaborated to bring you this anthology about life, death and being dead.

Overview Spring 2015

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JWK Fiction works diligently year round to bring you the best new anthologies and novels by great new and established writers.

Below an overview of the works that have been published recently:

 

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Madness Inherent

Madness Inherent

Aurelio Rico Lopez III

 

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"Aurelio Rico Lopez III's work delivers a deep bite into the meat of the story. Hard-hitting, passionate and intelligenthorror is served up fresh and ready from this writer's mind. Get a seat at the table and dig in!"

– Angeline Hawkes, Bram Stoker Award nominated writer of The Commandments, Scavengers, and Sorrow Creek

 

 

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Red Triangle

Jason Gehlert

 

Jason Gehlert's Red Triangle is a hit on all sixes. Plotted at a madman's pace, yet filled with characters drawn honestly and with true depth, Gehlert's book is a real gem. Come for the sharks, come for the blood, but stay for the surprises Gehlert has in store. Red Triangle will make you afraid of the water once again. I couldn't put it down." -Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Savage Dead and Dog Days

Memento Mori

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Memento Mori

Death is inevitable. This collection of art, poetry, flash fiction and short stories address the fact that death is inevitable. The manner of death and the why is important, as is the consequences, before and during the process of death. And what happens after death? Nothing? Everything? Or is it somewhere in between? Remember that we will die. Death is inevitable.

 

 

 

 

The Failing God

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by Mike Jansen

First in the Cranborn Chronicles, a five part Epic Fantasy series.

Three mercenaries, Grim, Gray and Thoreld, are on the run from an ancient evil and in their wake prophecies crumble and long dormant conflicts resurface. The Failing God is the first part in a five novel epic dark fantasy series

With a spine-tingling crackling sound, the corpse of old King Torazan straightened and spoke to the three mercenaries: "Beware of the Absent Light!" The wind blew again and the king slowly crumbled until nothing was left but a pile of ashes, bones and ancient tatters of clothing lying on the throne, with two huge, gleaming, blood-red gems atop the pile. An unnatural silence fell; the three men waited by the flickering light of the lamp for something more to happen.
After a few minutes, Grim grew impatient. "Well, that’s clear enough," he said, "now we’re stuck in this cave instead of him."

“The Failing God is an outstanding epic fantasy, highly recommended.” – Fantasywereld.nl

Also from Mike Jansen: SF/F/H anthology "Ophelia in my Arms"

 

Bones 2

bones2-cf-smallThere are bones of the dead everywhere, and they’re sharp. Under your feet as you walk across your yard, in the cement of buildings, under the foundation of your home, in the coffee you drink, in the food you eat. Science estimates 100 billion human beings have lived and died. There are bones everywhere. There are skeletons everywhere, from universities to unnamed places we really don’t want to know about. We love skeletons as we are walking skeletons. There’s an old phrase about skeletons in the closet. What if the skeleton in your closet is real? When we look at strangers, friends and family we fail to see the skull behind the face. And the eyes of skulls are dark and deep.

These works of art, poetry and short stories cut deep.

To the bone.

Cellar Door Volume II

smallfrontCellar Door... Linguists call it the most beautiful phrase in the English language based solely on the way it sounds. But as you can imagine, what it represents may be something far more sinister. In a spectacular display of poetry, artwork, fiction, and photography, the talent of fifty contributors is showcased within these pages. Voices from behind cellar doors all over the world come together in unison to whisper in your ear...can you hear them? Are they knocking on your cellar door?

Edited by James Ward Kirk, each piece in this anthology has a beautiful title intrinsically connected to the tale that follows, and a door will be the common theme which connects the widely varied styles, genres, and stories told. Will you take your chances and find what's lurking behind your cellar door?

This second volume of tales continues the tradition: Words of Beauty, Tales of Terror.

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