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Better You Believe…

Ever heard of the legend of Bloody Bones? He knocks on your door at night, hoping to catch you alone so that he can wear your flesh!

Better You Believe…

Tony Evans delivers a fantastic collection of short stories based on urban legends and folktales. Each story is unique and powerful, creating a fresh serving of relentless horror told without needless filler and fluff. Tony Evans knows how to frame a story. The aspiring horror author knows how to deliver a story that resonates with people.

Don’t take my word for it. Check out the reviews:

February 26, 2019

I write and publish some short stories in the horror genre using a PEN, and the writer side of me is jealous of Mr. Evan’s simplistic yet unrelenting style. The stories in this collection are phenomenally entertaining. Tony Evans stays on point with tight prose. He writes with confidence. He shows faith in his reader, a trait to be admired in a writer.

We seem to be in an era of horror in which Lovecraftian themes are dominating, but Mr. Evans brings the boogeyman and local haunting tales back to the forefront. This collection is more than a breath for horror fans, it’s a gosh darn gasp of crucial, life-pumping, fresh air. Author Tony Evans and publisher DEADMAN’S TOME knocked it completely out of the park.

February 20, 2019

I enjoyed each story in this collection of short tales. I particularly loved the authors notes that follow each story. I finished the book very much wanting to read more of the authors work!

February 25, 2019

I love the way the author gives background history for each of the short stories. The stories themselves pull you in and make you want to know more. It is well written, and perfect for reading scary stories to your kids, if they like that kind of thing, which mine do!
Check out Better You Believe. The horror collection is available for Amazon Kindle and paperback on Amazon.
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Deadman’s Tome Tony Evans Shit Fest

Deadman’s Tome kicks off the new Shit Fest release by talking with Tony Evans, the man behind one of the hilarious, horrible, and down right disgusting stories featured in the issue.