Journalstone's 2010 Warped Words, For Twisted Mindsby Christopher C. Payne
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JournalStone is pleased to present its 2010 Short Story Anthology. We are excited to announce that our first anthology is exclusively filled with original pieces of work, and we were happy to find so many talented authors interested in participating. The included 14 stories are the winners of JournalStone’s first short story contest, and for some, this is their first published piece. We hope you enjoy the combined efforts from a wonderfully gifted group of authors as much as we did here at JournalStone Publications.
--Christopher C. Payne, President JournalStone
From imaginary boyfriends to zombies of all kinds, submerge yourself into the warped minds of several of our twisted brethren. Join us while we relish in those who feast on the flesh and wallow in the pits. Watch as our fellow man is taunted and tormented into insanity. Witness murder through the eyes of victims forced to contemplate their impending bloody demise as they are forced to observe others meeting the same gory end.
You will squirm in your chair as you contemplate which would be worse – being tortured and abused by your next-door neighbor or being eaten alive by the walking dead. Can you trust your own beautiful, perfect child, or is your mother a cold-blooded killer who haunts your nightmares? You might even begin to question whether the person sitting at the dinner table is actually human at all.
Allow us to enlighten you on how gnarled and decayed the black hole of the human soul really is…..
Welcome to JournalStone’s 2010 Anthology. Open our pages only if you dare to believe your sanity is firmly intact….
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I received this books from the member giveaways at LibraryThing in exchange for a review. This book made me sigh in relief and turn my e-reader off several times. The short stories in here will make you cringe, chuckle, and be sick to your stomach. The various authors have varied degrees of "warped" ideas. Some of them are as different as looking through the eyes of a tomato - to the zombie apocalypse - to cannibalism. If you have the stomach and the mentality for things that will make you wonder about what is behind your door in the middle of the night, or if you wonder what type of flesh is better for stews, this book may be just what you are looking for. The short stories do not seem like short stories, they are are well written and it is easy to lose yourself in, which, for me, is very unusual especially for short stories. The quality of the stories did not vary either, like you find in most short story books. They are all excellent authors. If you like horror stories, stories that creep your out, or even just make you feel a little uncomfortable, get a copy of this book, dim the lights and ENJOY!
I thought this was a highly entertaining read. This was full of some easily "Keep You Up All Night" type stories. These tales will twist you minds leaving you in awe at how twisted they actually are. My recommendation is given, now I hope you all enjoy this read as much as I did.