Sundown

In the author's own words: "This is for all who stare into the darkness to better appreciate the light.” Sundown is a collection of stories selected from my (thus far) 26-year career in the field of horror fiction. Some were included in more major publications while others were published by small press anthologies and magazines." This new collection also includes poetry. More

Available ebook formats: epub

Published by Crossroad Press
Words: 42,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370437900
About Elizabeth Massie

Elizabeth Massie is an award-winning author of horror novels and collections, short horror fiction, licensed media tie-ins (Dark Shadows, The Tudors, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and more), mainstream fiction, historical fiction, poetry, and educational fiction and nonfiction. Her works span a wide audience, with books for adults, young adults, middle grade readers and children, as well. Her novella “Stephen” (1991) and novel Sineater (1993) both received a Bram Stoker Award from the Horror Writers of America. Thy Will Be Done, her 2010 novelization of the third season of Showtime’s original television series, The Tudors, won a Scribe Award from the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers. Best selling author Bentley Little has said, “Elizabeth Massie is personally one of my favorite authors. Her writing is true, heartfelt, and wildly original. She is one of the greats.”

Elizabeth presents creative writing workshops up and down the East Coast to students in grades 3-12 as well as at the university level. She’s been a member of the human rights organization Amnesty International for 30 years. Elizabeth loves geocaching, hiking, and chai, and hates cheese, snobbery, and doing laundry.

She lives in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia where she was born and grew up, and she shares life and abode with her husband, illustrator/artist Cortney Skinner. She can be reached through her website: www.elizabethmassie.com or through Facebook.

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