Dracula, Quasimodo, Dr. Jekyll…they are the monsters that stalk your nightmares. Haunting the pages of books for centuries, they are the embodiment of all that emerges from the shadows when you close your eyes. They are the deformed, the hated and the incomprehensible, fated to walk in the darkness alone forever.
Or are they?
From twelve amazing authors, come twelve new tales, stories that go beyond the blighted surface to see into the heart of the beast. They are stories of acceptance and redemption, love and passion… and chance encounters that forge the love of a lifetime.
Stop running. Stop hiding. See past the monster. Look into the face of fear and you might just find the soul of a man.
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About the Author
I found a love of fiction through the world of online roleplay. What was a hobby became a passion and with the support of family and friends, I began to create worlds of my own. Step inside... I have stories to tell.
Katie H. Weill is the descendant of a witch - descendant of Ann Pudeator, a wealthy woman in her seventies who did nothing but care for others, and one of the last women accused and executed in Salem, Massachusetts. Katie was inspired by the hard fought findings of her Aunt to create a story that started with a sprinkle of history and unraveled a tale from there. With her husband and her rescued dog at her side she is enthralled by the idea of creating new stories and worlds and looks forward to sharing them with the world. Ann Pudeator was exonerated in 1957 by the Massachusetts General Court of all charges.
Stephanie has always had a passion for language and people. This passion led her to begin writing stories at the age of nine and to later study several languages in junior high and school high. By college, her obsession with language had only grown stronger so she majored in Spanish with a minor in Psychology. She’s fascinated by the ways that words fit together and the ways that people grow, change, and react to the world around them. It’s no wonder that she eventually found her way back to storytelling. Stephanie lives in Pittsburgh. When she isn’t writing or reading, she enjoys yoga, camping, and spending time with her family. Her stories often have a paranormal flavor to them and ghosts are a personal favorite.