At first there was Bedtime Stories for the Apocalypse – a collection of stories to keep you entertained while the world falls apart around you. Now comes More Bedtime Stories for the Apocalypse – a new collection to keep you up at night ...
At first there was Bedtime Stories for the Apocalypse – a collection of stories to keep you entertained while the world falls apart around you. Now comes More Bedtime Stories for the Apocalypse – a new collection to keep you up at night as chaos engulfs the planet!
With ten brand new stories (and three rarely seen reprints) you’ll read about:
A drug mule carrying something far more dangerous than drugs across the Rio Grande.
A teenage girl wondering if her stolen ticket will admit her to the afterlife.
An old break room calendar portending doom.
A woman making a stand in an outhouse against a knife-wielding maniac.
A macabre opportunity for a couple stranded upside down in a snowstorm.
A ringing coffin bell that signals much more than a premature burial.
These and other stories by Joel Arnold, the award-winning author of Northwoods Deep, Death Rhythm, and the original Bedtime Stories for the Apocalypse, will keep you reading late into the night.
But wait – there’s more!
As an added bonus, the brand new steampunk ghost story “Rerun” by Daniel Pyle, author of Freeze, Down the Drain, and Dismembered is included for your apocalyptic reading pleasure.
Joel Arnold’s work has appeared in dozens of publications, including Weird Tales, Gothic.Net, ChiZine and Cemetery Dance Publication’s anthology Shivers VII. He’s the recipient of a Minnesota State Arts Board 2010 Artists Initiative Grant, as well as a 2010 Gulliver Travel and Research Grant. He lives in Minnesota with his wife and two kids.
Daniel Pyle is the author of Dismember, Down the Drain, Freeze, the upcoming Man vs. Himself, and many short stories. He's also the editor of Unnatural Disasters and an Active member of the Horror Writers Association. After studying creative writing at Amherst College, he moved back to Springfield, Missouri, where he now lives with his wife and three children.