Halloween Tales

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
12 short Halloween tales and a Halloween Haiku to get the reader's heart pumping for the most popular scary holiday. More

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Words: 14,170
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465857101
About Roy Hudson

A lifelong resident of Augusta, GA, Roy Hudson is a full-time writer with experience in the University of South Carolina Aiken's Broken Ink magazine and campus newspaper, Pacer Times. In 2010, a sample of his novel The Odic Touch won him a full scholarship at the former Augusta State University's Sandhills Writers' Conference. In addition to The Odic Touch, Roy Hudson has one other published novel, a Halloween-set tale and tribute to the horror film genre, Relic (via Firefly & Wisp). His stories have been published in Firefly & Wisp's anthologies 13 Tales of The Paranormal and the zombie collection Thorn of Death. He has also self-published two holiday story anthologies: Halloween Tales and Now, Dasher- The Saga of a Vampire Santa Claus. All of these are available on Smashwords and various other e-book retailers such as Amazon.com, BN.com, and the Apple book store.

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Review by: Nicholas May on Sep. 01, 2012 :
Roy Hudson has put out an excellent collection of stories that if it actually WERE Halloween, you'd probably be best off not reading it until the sun came up the next morning! My personal favorite, and even the title made me giddy with excitement as I got the reference immediately, was "The Blog of Eternal Stench"

Can't wait to read more from Roy Hudson!
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)

Review by: Phyllis Seibert on May 23, 2012 :
What an amazing read! Even though it is not Halloween, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Mr. Hudson can spin a tale that makes the reader question reality. One of my favorite stories in this book is "Caught Dead in New Orleans." I think we all have said we wouldn't be caught dead doing something never expecting it to really happen. I cannot wait to read more from Mr. Hudson.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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