Dark Eclipse #29 - The Dark Moon Digest e-Monthly [NOOK Book]

Overview

In this issue of Dark Eclipse (Issue # 29): Roads (a short story by Amanda Crum), Bits of the Dead (a column by Jay Wilburn), What You Wish For (flash fiction by Edward Palumbo), Old Friend (poetry by Rick Powell), Riding on the Cusp (a short story by Steve Scott), Things That Go Bump in the Night on TV (a column by Manny Frishberg), The Twelfth Guest (a classic short story by Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman), Solo (poetry by Miracle Austin), a book review of FEED written by Mira Grant (reviewed by Nicholas ...
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Dark Eclipse #29 - The Dark Moon Digest e-Monthly

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Overview

In this issue of Dark Eclipse (Issue # 29): Roads (a short story by Amanda Crum), Bits of the Dead (a column by Jay Wilburn), What You Wish For (flash fiction by Edward Palumbo), Old Friend (poetry by Rick Powell), Riding on the Cusp (a short story by Steve Scott), Things That Go Bump in the Night on TV (a column by Manny Frishberg), The Twelfth Guest (a classic short story by Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman), Solo (poetry by Miracle Austin), a book review of FEED written by Mira Grant (reviewed by Nicholas Paschall), Coming Home (flash fiction by Dave Watson), Run to You (poetry by Christopher Hivner), The Chimerical Dark (a column by Sean M. Davis), The Undergarment Eater (a short story by Shaun Meeks) and more.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149069163
  • Publisher: Dark Moon Books
  • Publication date: 11/30/2013
  • Series: Dark Eclipse , #29
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Posted February 13, 2014

    For under $2 you can't beat what you are getting in here. Time a

    For under $2 you can't beat what you are getting in here. Time after time, Dark Eclipse releases some great bang for you buck. And while there are as many great stories in this as in the past, it is worth it alone for Roads by Amanda Crum and the insanely strange and funny The Undergarment Eater by Shaun Meeks. Those two alone are worth the money.

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  • Posted January 19, 2014

    Some good stuff in here, but also some things I know I will neve

    Some good stuff in here, but also some things I know I will never read again. Luckily, Shaun Meeks' The Undergarment Eater saved the day and made me feel as though it was worth spending the money on.  I seriously hope this is going to be a re-occurring character.  Awesome.

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  • Posted December 18, 2013

    A decent collection of short stories, flash fiction, poetry and

    A decent collection of short stories, flash fiction, poetry and articles.  I'm not really into poetry, but these were some pretty good ones.  The fiction was my cup of tea though.  My two favorites had to be Riding on the Cusp by Steve Scott and the amazingly strange and bizarre The Undergarment Eater by Shaun Meeks.  Worth the money for sure!

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