FEAR: A Modern Anthology of Horror and Terror
I can't watch Horror movies, and usually don't even read anything scarier than a psychological drama (my recent faves being Frances di Plino's Bad Moon Rising and Tom Gillespie's Painting by Numbers). But for FEAR, I'll make an exception.
Because FEAR is for charity!
The anthology, released by Crooked Cat Publishing, comes in two volumes, so readers get sixty (that's 60!) stories to terrify them. And neither the publisher, nor the many wonderful authors, get a penny. Of course, Amazon take their share, but all the rest goes to two worthy causes.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)
An international, independent humanitarian organisation providing medical support and aid in the most troubled and poorest countries on the planet.
Looking after the welfare of children in the UK, Barnardo's is a long established charity looking for support.
With forewords by bestselling authors, Peter James and Sherri Browning Erwin, FEAR has received wonderful support.
So don't hesitate! Grab your copy of FEAR – and prepare to hide behind the sofa!
I'm there already...
and in a range of electronic formats at Crooked Cat Books!