Discarded Treasures

Discarded Treasures

by Harold Kempka

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The Discarded Treasures anthology brings you stories of the dark side of humanity. The stories include the horrors if you will of one of mankind's cruelest of rituals, collecting and discarding that which we once coveted and eventually discarded when we no longer found them relevant or desirable. Some bring back warm fuzzies while others return accompanied by fear or the scars of emotional and physical pain. These are the stories of terror presented within; memories of childhood toys, holidays, family, mind monsters, shattered beliefs, broken relationships, or the psychotic madness of hitchhikers, perverts, psychopathic killers, ex-lovers, creepy houses, monstrous entities both real and imagined. They all litter the back alleys of our minds and are our treasures, either real or imagined. So please my friends, indulge in these tasty little stories; you will have nothing to lose except perhaps your sanity.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150793262
Publisher: Night to Dawn Magazine & Books LLC
Publication date: 07/04/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 76 KB

About the Author

Harold Kempka: Harold “Hal” Kempka is a former Marine and Vietnam veteran. He resides in the Inland Empire of Southern California with his wife and adopted son. He also has a stepdaughter and two sons from a previous marriage. He’s a retired sales representative in the printing paper industry, and covered accounts from Tijuana, Baja California to British Columbia.
Creative writing courses at UC Riverside led him into writing short stories, eventually gravitating toward horror fiction. Hal has had over one hundred and twenty-five flash and short fiction stories published in magazines, e-zines, and anthologies in the US as well as the UK.
Hal is a member of Southern California’s Writers Coffeehouse, run by New York Times and Multi-Bram Stoker Award winner, Jonathan Maberry.

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