Cryptic Consequences

Cryptic Consequences

by Lori R. Lopez

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Overview

Ghoulish Horror Host MISTER MACABRE introduces three Shorts by Lori R. Lopez to read before turning off the lights and allowing Night's inhabitants to roam.

Cryptic Consequences unfolds a trio of distinctly uncanny stories in which there lie stiff penalties for those who invite, let down their guard against, or ignore the warnings of all that may occupy Nocturne! Balancing humor and suspense, these fables allow the Reader to spectate or step into the scene. A frost with an appetite penetrates a house where "The Chill" can be deadly. In the wee hours, when all sorts of thoughts can run through the mind, your home is invaded by a sinister presence and a fear-mongering narrative in "Night Sweats". A young woman's family reunion dredges up old memories or dreads that were better left far behind in "The Mumsies".

Look for the author's Ghost Collection, Spooktacular Tales, which will feature many ghastly delights and more Mister Macabre!



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940163083602
Publisher: Fairy Fly Entertainment
Publication date: 11/23/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 157,048
File size: 389 KB

About the Author

Lori R. Lopez wears many hats, although at times she feels the hat is wearing her. An award-winning author of short stories, novels, novellas, verse, songs and more, she designs her own covers and illustrates nearly all of her books. When the mood strikes, she pens a humorously serious column called “Poetic Reflections” at Fairy Fly Entertainment, a website shared with her two talented sons Noél and Rafael. She grew up in Wisconsin and also lived in Hawaii, Florida, Spain, and Key West before settling in California. Vegetarian or vegan most of her life, Lori’s work is often quirky yet at times addresses themes of conservation, animal rights, and the rights of children. Stories and verse have appeared in assorted publications including Weirdbook, The Horror Zine, Bewildering Stories, The Sirens Call, and numerous anthologies.

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