“There is really something for everyone” in MISERIA’S CHORALE

A couple of nice reader reviews of MISERIA’S CHORALE, which features my short story, “Becoming the Beast”, have rolled into Barnes & Noble under cover of darkness, so I’m just getting to them now.

In the most recent review, “Just-In” says MISERIA’S CHORALE is a “[g]reat anthology. Loved the stories by Shaun Meeks, Lucy Taylor, Christian A. Larsen, Tim Jeffreys, James Dorr and Anna Taborska.”

MISERIA'S CHORALE, now available in paperback and eBook formats.

MISERIA’S CHORALE, now available in paperback and eBook formats.

“DaGray” goes into even more detail, saying MISERIA’S CHORALE “is an amazing collection of some great writers. While many of them are new to me, there are a few favorites for sure. I have recently become a big fan of reading these anthologies and reading the work of new writers. Some highlights in here were by Lucy Taylor, Shaun Meeks, Jay Wilburn, Anna Taborska, K. Trap Jones, Bruce Memblatt, Aaron J. French, Adam Millard, Peter Crowther and Bear Weiter. With 48 writers and 48 great stories there is really something for everyone. There are slow building stories, and ones that hit you full force with violence and strangeness. Highly recommended.”

Edited by David Nell by the South African publisher Forgotten Tomb Press, MISERIA’S CHORALE is a truly international anthology, featuring authors from North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia:

Pick up a copy of MISERIA’S CHORALE in your choice of paperback or Kindle  … and be sure to leave your own review.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.
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