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Eerie Christmas Anthology Available for Preorder

Written by Helen Power

Helen Power is obsessed with ghosts. She spends her free time watching paranormal investigation TV shows, going on ghost walks, and telling anyone who’ll listen about her paranormal experiences. She is also an academic librarian living in Saskatoon, Canada and has several short story publications, including ones in Suspense Magazine and Dark Helix Press’s Canada 150 anthology, Futuristic Canada. The Ghosts of Thorwald Place is her first novel.

November 9, 2019

Black Hare Press’s holiday-themed anthology “Eerie Christmas” is available for preorder on Amazon! Release date will be November 26, 2019. Mark your calendars!

Description on the website:

Christmas tales of darkness and horror to fill your stockings this holiday season. What horrors lie in wait on this special night? What macabre monstrosities might manifest? What evil lurks in every rooftop display?

Terrifying Christmas tales never told before.

My short story “It’s That Time of Year” is not nearly as cheerful as the song the title shares… My story features a mysterious present that appears under the tree every Christmas Eve. It always has something different in it, and the consequences of opening it are always horrifying…

Eerie Christmas, Featuring Helen Power

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