Behave Dinis Freitas My daddies woke me up again. After dinner Dad took me upstairs, helped me put on my pajamas, counted to 120 as I brushed my teeth and told me a story about a girl who followed a rabbit into a mysterious world. Poppy was downstairs cleaning up dinner and humming “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”. Dad read for a bit … Continue reading Behave – Dinis Freitas
Enjoy Deadman’s Tome Krampus Christmas for FREE on Christmas Eve. Whether you enjoy or loath the holidays, Krampus Christmas has something for you. Dark and demented tales that twist the meaning of the season. This anthology has quickly become something of a favorite to many and has received glorious 5-star reviews. And while Deadman’s Tome Krampus Christmas retails for $2.99, you can enjoy it … Continue reading Enjoy a Gift From Deadman’s Tome
This is a fantastic anthology which really captures the darker side of the holiday season. Each of the six stories (one poem) takes great glee in showing the reader just how dark and disturbing Christmastime can be, and from the very first page the pace never relents. Read this in one sitting, preferably with the lights turned down low. Continue reading Feed Krampus Your Kids!
5.0 out of 5 starsKrampus is Coming! By Reading Books in Bmore on December 7, 2016 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase There are more scares in this anthology than there are kids in Krampus’s basket! Grant Butler begins with a poem that introduces the malicious Krampus, as well as the collection’s themes of despair and retribution. Gary Buller’s “The Present,” the longest tale, shows the … Continue reading Krampus Christmas Review!
Are you sick of Christmas? Do you have ungrateful children that don’t even deserve a lump of coal, but you give it to them anyway just to shut them up? Do you cringe at the sound of Jingle Bells, and just one ‘Merry Christmas’ away from going on a murderous killing spree that would rival Stephen King’s The Shining? Then Deadman’s Tome Krampus Christmas will make … Continue reading Are You Sick of Christmas?
Revenge of the Myth Calvin Demmer Santa Claus was running late. His black boots bounced and his stomach wobbled as he hustled to his seat. He almost tripped on the red carpet before the large wooden chair, but managed to keep himself upright. Exhaling, he took a seat, while ignoring the rum on his breath. Though his duties had been downscaled in this day … Continue reading Revenge of the Myth – Calvin Demmer
Baker Christmas Trees Edwards Livingston See, it was my littlest pumpkin that chopped down the tree this year. Now before you go jumping to conclusions, thinking I’m outta my mind for giving a thirteen-year-old an axe, know I’m a good, responsible father. Got Hannah one of them small axes and some safety goggles for when stuff starts squirting. I gotta say, too, my little … Continue reading Baker Christmas Trees – Edwards Livingston