Tag Archives: thriller

Buried Secrets ~ Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

The tranquil picture of an ancient tree by the pristine lake was suddenly shattered by two horrified screams. “Is that a hand?” Stan cried out. Dave replied brokenly, “Y…y…yes….But…but….how is that possible? We had buried him right proper, I could … Continue reading

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See what my publisher and readers are saying about Becoming Human ~ Kenneth L. Decroo

Reblogged from Kenneth L. Decroo: WHAT READERS ARE SAYING: “Becoming Human by Kenneth L. Decroo is a frightening tale of science unguided by ethics, and the devastation that can be wrought by government agencies that operate without benefit of effective … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Iain Kelly ~ A Justified State… a new novel!

#Writephoto regulars will recognise the name of Iain Kelly, and know that both his writing and his storytelling is always of a high standard. It gives me great pleasue to introduce his new book, A Justified State… especially as one … Continue reading

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Raven’s Wrath Part 1 #horror #thriller #Halloween ~ Charles Yallowitz

Reblogged from Charles Yallowitz at Legends of Windemere… the first part of Charles’ traditional Halloween serial. Follow Charles and his story…. : Skyscraper from Ghostbusters (This starts the special horror story that will run all month.  I will mention that … Continue reading

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The Algerian Exchange ~ James Pyles #writephoto

Twenty-five year old Eileen Kateb could only hear the sound of her own breathing and her soft footfalls as she slowly made her way between the columns of the Cathedral de Sacre Coeur, which had recently been converted to a … Continue reading

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An extract from Nine Lives by Jaye Marie

Reblogged from Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie: Chapter Fifteen Later that evening, as Kate was sorting through her painting supplies to decide what she needed to stock up on, she thought she heard a child crying. She often heard all … Continue reading

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Cusp of Night…Mae Clair is Jan Sikes’ guest

Reblogged from Writing and Music: Hi, Jan! Many thanks for inviting me to your blog today. I have a new release I’m thoroughly jazzed to share with your readers. Cusp of Night is a mystery/suspense novel that weaves timelines of … Continue reading

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A Haunting We Will Go

One minute we were watching a moment together, and the very next minute, he was gone. I don’t even remember closing my eyes, but closed they had been, or I would have known when he had disappeared, or who had … Continue reading

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The Lone Survivor – Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

As I swam desperately towards the still-distant land, I couldn’t hold back my tears. My parents, two older brothers, their wives, their kids. All dead. Only I had survived, but I had no idea for how long. Huge waves engulfed … Continue reading

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Banished – Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

We had to keep looking ahead, keep moving forward, for there was nothing left behind us, nothing but death and destruction. Uprooted from a land on which generations of us had taken birth, lived our lives, and prospered. Our lives … Continue reading

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