Red Cape Publishing and Philip Rogers’ new horror anthology book “It Came from the Darkness” is now available in both print and digital formats!
Featuring horror stories, poems, and art from nearly 100 writers and artists, the proceeds from It Came from the Darkness go to a fantastic charity called Max the Brave Fund that helps children suffering from cancer.
With contributions from Lou Yardley, Maya and Singh Lall, Tom Lee Rutter, Tony Mardon, Roma Gray, Debbie Rochon, and many others, It Came from the Darkness is bound to please most horror fiction fans with a taste for flash fiction, as all of the entries are 100 words in length.
Filmmaker Mike Lyddon has a story in the volume and he couldn’t wait to get his claws on a copy.
“At 131 pages, It Came from the Darkness is the kind of horror anthology book you can devour in one night, but doing so may send your mind plummeting into a chasm of terror so deep that you may never return! Seriously, it’s a lot of frightful fun, and the number of excellent bite-sized tales of terror in this tome will give you hours of chills and thrills.”
“For me, the outstanding contributions came from Roma Gray, Bella Hamblin, Philip Rogers, Tim Lebbon, Ian F. White, Tony Sands, Debbie Rochon, and Tony Mardon, who not only has a good story but a really cool piece of art accompanying said tale.”
It Came from the Darkness is now available in paperback and digital.