I’m happy to announce that Prey: Seven Tales of Beastly Terror is now available for purchase. All of the contributors’ proceeds for this anthology will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund, a very worthy cause. I kindly ask for help in spreading the word so we can raise as much money as possible for this charity.
This was the first anthology I’ve participated in, and I must say that I had a blast. Not only did I get to work with some amazing authors, but since it’s a horror anthology, I had to try my hand at writing a different genre. Let’s not even get into how challenging it was to write a short story. All my books so far are monsters of no less than 400 pages. Cramming a story into 10,000 words or less really stretched my imagination. I also tested the waters of the first person point of view. That was a delightful challenge, but doing so from a cat’s perspective was more fun than one person should have.
For those who follow my reviews, you’ll know I’m a huge fan of Thaddeus White and Zichao Deng. I have a tremendous amount of respect for both of them and their ability to weave such enthralling stories. So to be part of this anthology with them is a huge honor. Their stories in this anthology are incredible, and I cannot express how excited I am to even be mentioned in the same sentence with them.
I’d like to give thanks to Tom Conyers and Chance Maree. Tom Conyers was lead on this project and also provided a piece of incredible artwork to go along with each story. At the bottom of this post is the one that accompanies my story, Chopin and Slacks. I cannot thank him enough for allowing me to participate and be part of such a great group. Chance Maree took on the daunting task of formatting our stories for paperback.