Short Story Collections
Inspirational & Instructional
Non-Fiction Inspirational Anthology
CELEBRATE: A Collection of Life’s Celebrations
To reduce negativity in the world, it is vital to devote time to the positive.
Holidays. Special Days. Momentous Events. Personal Triumphs.
All are worthy of being celebrated.
This collection focuses on all of the above.
The style of each piece is as varied as the contributors.
It includes: Poetry, Essays, Stories,and Articles
Start at the beginning and read in order.
~ OR ~
Open the book to any random page.
There is something here for everyone.
Writers' Tool & Anthology:
Prompted, Prodded, Published: How Writing Prompts Can Help All Writers
This book is both a useful writing tool and an anthology of short stories.
The stories were written by a variety of writers from every skill level.
There are stories by absolute beginners, highly seasoned professional writers,
and everything in between.
The ideas provided in this book will spark the imagination and help
writers of all levels by stretching the thought process to help:
Grow fresh ideas.
Try new genres.
Break writer’s block.
Exercise the craft.
Winner of a TAZ Award from The Author Zone 2017
by Kerry E.B. Black
A collection of short stories that will thrill readers, without preventing sleep.
Kerry E.B. Black corralled these untameable beasts for your pleasure.
Find the beauty in their skeletal coats, the sparkle in their malignant eyes.
May the ride they offer lead to the adventure you seek!
by Kerry E.B. Black
Some nightmares possess panache, tripping into a subconscious with surprising delicacy
to first creep into the dreamer’s trust.
Others pound their splintered hooves through memories, scattering fear with every thundering footfall.
First Place: Anthology TAZ Awards 2020
Fairy Herds & Mythscapes
A 3rd collection of short horror by Kerry E.B. Black,
author of 2020 TAZ award-winning short story collection Herd of Nightmares.
This latest volume of short stories stampedes into the realm of tales inspired by global fairy tales and myths.
To survive a trip through the vale of the fair folk, you must know the rules. Be polite, but don't say thank you. Iron brings death to the fey, so if you carry it, be prepared for aggression. Stick to the path, keep your word, and be industrious. And NEVER eat goblin food.
(There are many more. They can be fun.)
Author Kerry E.B. Black