For Friday the 13th – 13 nasty ways to go described in 13 Deadly Endings by Thomas Malafarina

READING, Pa.Jan. 13, 2017PRLog — Sunbury Press has released 13 Deadly Endings, Thomas Malafarina’s short story compilation.

13de_fcAbout the Book:
Not all stories have a “happy ending”. Sometimes the forces of evil are just too strong to allow the characters, whether protagonist or antagonist, to survive unscathed. Sometimes it is because of revenge or sinister forces or simply bad Karma. Welcome to “Thirteen Nasty Endings”, a collection of short horror stories by Thomas M Malafarina. In this disturbing world of terror and foreboding, virtually every story has the potential to end badly for someone. There will be no “happily ever afters” in this collection! This is definitely not a “feel good” compilation. Thirteen Deadly Endings guarantees that someone, whether deserving or not, will get it in the end. Thomas has put together an incredibly upsetting anthology of some of his most gory, horrifying, disturbing and bizarre tales for your reading pleasure.

About the Author:
Thomas M. Malafarina (www.ThomasMMalafarina.com) is an author of horror fiction from Berks County, Pennsylvania. To date he has published six horror novels “What Waits Beneath”, “Burner”, “Eye Contact” , “Fallen Stones”, “Dead Kill Book 1: The Ridge of Death” and “Dead Kill Book 2: The Ridge Of Change”. He has also published four collections of horror short stories; “Thirteen Deadly Endings”, “Ghost Shadows”, “Undead Living” and most recently “Malaformed Realities Vol. 1”. He has also published a book of often-strange single panel cartoons called “Yes I Smelled It Too; Cartoons For The Slightly Off Center”. All of his books are published through Sunbury Press.(www.Sunburypress.com).

In addition, many of the more than one hundred short stories Thomas has written have appeared in dozens of short story Anthologies and e-magazines. Some have been produced and presented for internet podcasts as well. Thomas is best known for the twists and surprises in his stories and his descriptive often gory passages have given him the reputation of being one who paints with words. Thomas is also an artist, musician, singer and songwriter.

Praise for “Burner”:
Thomas Malafarina has a visual artist’s eye for detail and exuberance for the minutiae of his deceptively simple scenes.  He writes with the same flourish for violence and tableaus of flesh as Clive Barker and yet he shares the same cosmic vision and torment of inner and outer space of H. P. Lovecraft, all the while working the clichés and conventions of the genre bravely and unabashedly.  All in all, “Burner” is one hell of a rollicking horror house ride. — George Andrade Horror News

13 Deadly Endings
Written by Thomas Malafarina
List Price: $14.95
Paperback
Publisher:
Sunbury Press, Inc. (January 13, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1620067943
ISBN-13: 978-1620067949
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
BISAC: Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural

For more information, please see:
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/13-Deadly-Endings-978162…

"Bitter Sweet" anthology benefits Camp Hill's Fredericksen Library

CAMP HILL, Pa.  — Sunbury Press has released Bitter Sweet, a short story and poetry compilation edited by Catherine Jordan. The anthology benefits Camp Hill’s Fredericksen Library.

Bittersweet_fcAbout the Bbook:
Stories from the the Natalie D. Craumer writer’s workshop at the Fredricksen Library in Camp Hill, PA:

Love and Persimmons by Jessica Moyer
My Temper, a poem by Ramon Pineda
Land of the Free by Ann Elia Stewart
The Graveyard Shift by Marisa Corser
Guardian Angel by Deanne Burch
For Clarence, a poem by Lynn E. Davis
Dinner for Two by Lisa M. Black
Rebel Without a Claus by Larry C. Kerr
The Night in the Bar by Mike Kosarowich
Hibakusha by Catherine Jordan
Room 231 by Madelyn Killion
Unrequited Love, a poem by Gina Napoli
Full of Grace by Justin Tappan
Connie and McPhee by Kathy Johnson
The Ballgame by M.R. Blocher
Angel by C.A. Masterson
Well I Try, a poem by Ramon Pineda
Missing by Carol A. Lauver
The Cry Room by Susan Girolami Kramer
A Penthouse Stay by Alice Steele
The New Tin Man by Mike Kosarowich
Living Will by Christopher Plummer
The Door to Paradise by Debra A. Varsanyi
Ducks Ltd. by Kathy Johnson
My Frozen Rose, a poem by Gina Napoli
Whispering Angel by Fred J. Lauver
Broken Dreams by Deanne Burch
The Hhaze by M. R. Blocher
Stones by Duffy Batzer

Bitter Sweet
Edited by Catherine Jordan
List price: $16.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & white on cream paper
212 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620067857
ISBN-10: 1620067854
BISAC: fiction / anthologies

For more information, please see:
Http://www.sunburypressstore.com/bitter-sweet-9781620067857.htm

Hideous creatures and nightmarish situations abound in Malafarina's "Malaformed Realities"

WERNERSVILLE, Pa.Sunbury Press has released thriller writer Thomas Malafarina’s latest short story compilationMalaformed Realities Volume One.

About the Book:
imagesHistory tells us that on October 3, 1849 the great master of the macabre, Edgar Allen Poe, was found wandering the streets of Baltimore, Maryland delirious and in grave distress. He was taken immediately to the Washington College Hospital, where he died at 5 a.m. on Sunday, October 7. Poe never became coherent enough to explain how he wound up in such an abysmal condition. There are a lot of theories about his death but no concrete evidence. Maybe he simply lost his way back from those incredibly dark places his writing took him.

Thomas Malafarina can only hope that his own numerous journeys into that land of darkness will not someday take its toll on him. “I would hate to think of myself thirty years from now in some home for the aged and infirm, cowering in bed with the covers tucked tightly to my chin. Would I be too afraid to leave the safety of my covers because the demons, which once only lived inside my mind, had since become as real to me as flesh and bone in my addled condition? I suppose we will have to wait and see,” mused Thomas.

In the meantime, please enjoy yet another journey into the darkest corners of Thomas Malafarina’s mind. This collection is calledMalaformed Realities, not just as a clever play on his last name, but because distorting and twisting reality into something it was never intended to be is what he enjoys doing best. “And if in the process, I manage to disturb and frighten you along the way then all the better.”

Stories included in this volume:

  • When They Come For You
  • A Love Best Served Cold
  • MegaSynth RP-1
  • Brass
  • Inspector 17
  • Hear No Evil
  • Big Frankie
  • Dinner With Andy And Meg
  • Cold, Cold Women
  • If Thine Eye Offend Thee
  • Homecoming
  • Passageways To Perniciousness
  • Storage
  • Cutaneous Horns
  • Icehouse
  • Single Panel
  • The Brands
  • Breathe
  • Tools Of The Trade
  • Zombie Party
  • And The Scales Fell From My Eyes (A Novella)

Excerpt:
Cold, Cold Women
She had been the love of his life, the reason for his very existence. In fact, Dylan had considered her the warmest and most affectionate woman he had ever met. In his past, so many cold, cold women had hurt him so many times before taking all the love he had to give and then tossing him aside like so much garbage.

After years of dealing with this rejection Dylan had become wise to such deceitful women. He had experienced enough pain. He found he was never able give fully of himself in any relationship. He knew to watch for the signs. When he saw a woman turning cold, he would end it before he could be hurt again. After a while, he had begun to wonder if he would never find a truly caring woman.

Then he met Celia. She was everything he wanted in a woman and more. She was warm, compassionate and loving. She was the one woman who could break down the protective walls Dylan had built around himself. She taught him to give fully of himself once again without fear or concern and she had made his life complete—at least for a time.

But then he sensed that she too was beginning to grow distant and cold, just like the rest of them. These damned cold, cold women. She didn’t think he noticed, but he did. He knew the signs. After a time he realized she was no different than the others and soon she too would leave him. He was furious that he had allowed her to get so close to him, to break through his defenses, to get him to open up to her. Why had he been such a fool?

Now she lay quietly next to him in bed, her cold dead corpse growing stiff with rigor mortis. Her neck bore the blackened bruises from strangulation—her eyes bloodshot with petechial hemorrhaging. He was certain he could smell the stench of decay already forming about her and only after a few hours.

Life had made Dylan wise. He had ended it before she could hurt him any more than she already had. Why had she grown so cold? He didn’t know, but it really didn’t matter. Now she too would be buried in his back yard along with the many others who had tried to hurt Dylan. She had once been special but now she would become just another of the dozens of the cold, cold women now resting in the cold, cold ground.

About the Author:
01_24_15_Rabbit_Hash_KY_CroppedThomas M. Malafarina is a horror fiction author from the South Heidelberg Twp area of Berks County, Pennsylvania. He was born July 23, 1955 in Ashland, Schuylkill County, PA where he lived until moving to Berks County in 1979.

Many of Thomas’s stories take place in his native Schuylkill County and also in Berks County settings. Thomas’s books are published by Sunbury Press of Camp Hill, PA.

Thomas’s novels include “99 Souls”, “Burn Phone” and “Eye Contact”, “Fallen Stones”, and the “Dead Kill” series. His short story collection are “13 Nasty Endings”, “Gallery of Horror”, “Malafarina Maleficarum Volume 1″, “Malafarina Maleficarum Volume 2″,  “Ghost Shadows”, and “Malaformed Realities”. He also has a collection of single-panel cartoons called “Yes I Smelled It Too”. In addition, Thomas’s stories appear in many anthologies currently on sale on Amazon.

Thomas has had a life-long love of the horror and monster genre in all its form of books, movies and art. Annually, Thomas creates works of horror art, props and scenery, which he donates to a local non-profit Halloween Barn Of Terror.

Thomas lives just outside of Wernersville, PA with his wife JoAnne. They have three grown children and three grandchildren.

mrv1_fcMalaformed Realities Volume 1
Authored by Thomas M. Malafarina
List Price: $16.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
246 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620065327
ISBN-10: 1620065320
BISAC: Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural

For more information, please see:
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/Malaformed-Realities-Vol…

Tarone's 41 tales are sure to entertain – "A Pale Horse and 40 Other Tales"

POTTSVILLE, Pa.Sunbury Press has released Joe Tarone’s short story collection “A Pale Horse and 40 Other Tales.”

aph_fcAbout the Book:
Two boys trapped in a collapsing coal mine, embraced only by pitch-black darkness and the sickening squeal of timber being slowly crushed–how could anyone find humor in such a situation? Well, “George’s Priority”, the first little story in “A Pale Horse and 40 Other Tales,” does.

And how could a sprout from an old sassafras stump give a life lesson from father to son? Again, a little story—titled “Sassafras”—just might do it.

What of the statuesque woman whose siren-like scream of “DON’T TOUCH ME,” stopped a wedding reception cold? Even the orchestra, shocked by the scream, stopped! What was her problem? What became of her? Perhaps “Don’t Touch Me” might answer those questions.

“To Kill A Friend” is a story of how beauty often attracts the ugliest of acts. It is one of the few stories in “A Pale Horse and 40 Other Tales” that is not a happy story. Most of the others stand a good chance of making you smile.

Excerpt:

When I went to elementary school, I had to walk only three or four hundred feet to get to school—that’s how close the school was to my home. Consequently, I was able to go home for lunch. It was a part of the day that I shared alone with my mother because my dad and my Uncle Tony (who lived with us) were working, and my sister was in high school. The high school was located in a different town. Mother always had a nice lunch prepared for me. Sometimes, particularly if it was a cold day, she made potato soup. That was my favorite.

On this particular day, I was surprised to find my dad and my uncle were at home at lunchtime. “What’s wrong,” I asked. “Why are you home?”

“The mine is squeezing,” my dad said. “We got out fast. So fast that I left my lunch can in the mine.”

My dad and my uncle operated a little mine. It was not a “bootleg hole.” Those were illegal mines on somebody’s property without the permission of the landowner. My dad and my uncle had leased the land and paid the landowner—the Girard Estate—a royalty on every ton that they mined. Their operation was completely legal. I was too young to realize how serious the mine’s squeezing was, both from a danger standpoint and from the effect it might have on our family’s income.

After school that day, I told my friend George about my dad and uncle having to run out of their mine so fast that my dad left his lunch can behind. Becoming excited, George asked, “So the lunch is still in the mine?” George was always hungry and he could be very persuasive. It wasn’t very long until he had me convinced that we should retrieve the lunch can. We sneaked some candles and matches from one of our homes and off we went, down to the mine.

The mine sloped downward at a very slight angle. It was open. It seemed OK. It seemed perfectly safe to us. We went in about forty feet. George was intrigued with the sound of our voices and the echo they produced bouncing off the face of the coal. He gave a loud, Tarzan-like yell. That was a mistake! The vibration that it caused was enough to make the ceiling—the top rock—fall! Darkness. Complete blackness. Total darkness. Dust that I couldn’t see, but that I felt rushing over me—clinging to me, coating me. The rush of dust-filled air had blown our candles out. It had, in fact, ripped the candle right out of my hand. Breathing was very difficult. The silence was awful. The dark and the silence—it was a living nightmare. Occasionally I heard a rock rolling from the top of the pile of fallen rock that now blocked our exit from the mine. I coughed. “Are you OK?” I asked, needing desperately to know that George was OK; that he was conscious; that I was not alone.

“Can’t breathe,” I heard his weak and frightened voice say.

About the author:

Joe was graduated from Penn State with a degree in Finance.  He lived in Philadelphia and eventually moved to Chester County to work for a small scientific instrument manufacturer which, shortly after his employment there,   was acquired by Hewlett Packard.  After several years in finance with HP, Joe made a major career change and became a Personnel Administrator.

His first book, Some Stones Shine, depicts a decade in his father’s life in the early 20th century.  In it, Tarone has succeeded in describing what life was like in a Coal Region family almost one hundred years ago.

His second book, The Mega-Bite Murders, although obviously a work of fiction, inhabits an environment built upon Joe’s background in the computer and human resource areas.

Caught Up In It, his third book, is a sequel to The Mega-Bite Murders. In it, two supernatural beings set out to eliminate greed in the world.  Sometimes humorous, mostly serious,  Caught Up In It, in it’s closing pages reveals something that could be a surprise to readers of The Mega-Bite Murders.

Upon his retirement from HP, Joe returned to Pennsylvania’s Schuylkill County where he continues to write.  He has served as an auditor in West Mahanoy Township, and as president of the Shenandoah Valley School Board.  He now lives in Raven Run, the anthracite mining village in which he grew up.

A Pale Horse and 40 Other Tales

Authored by Joe Tarone

List Price: $14.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on Cream paper
148 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620064603
ISBN-10: 162006460X
BISAC: Fiction / Short Stories

Also available on Kindle and Nook

For more information, please see:

http://www.sunburypressstore.com/A-Pale-Horse-and-40-Othe…

Mark Slade's "Electric Funeral" is a deadly combination of horror and art

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Mark Slades short story compilation “Electric Funeral: A Compilation of Short Stories Inspired by the Art of Darwins Mishap.”

About the Book:

ef_fcMark Slade, the publisher of “Nightmare Illustrated” magazine and contributor to Undead Living brings us this chilling collection of 15 morbid tales inspired by the dark artwork of Darwins Mishap.

Excerpt:

I lay on a pile of leaves, turned my coat up on my neck to deflect the cold wind whipping around me, all of those things ran rampant through my head. I closed my eyes, tried hard to convince myself I was free from all the stress that used weigh me down, when the truth stared me in the face. I had more troubles than I wanted.

I felt a cold hand touch my face. I flinched, opened my eyes quickly. I saw a young, dark haired woman in a hospital gown standing in front of me. She was stone-faced, no emotions at all. Her large brown eyes were lifeless. Her extreme pale skin only made dark circles under her eyes stand out more. She had her arms at her sides, but her right hand jumped as if she were keeping time to an imaginary song.

Electric Funeral

Authored by Mark Slade

Illustrated by Darwins Mishap

List Price: $24.95
8.5″ x 11″ HARD COVER
Color on White paper
66 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620064238
BISAC: Fiction / Horror / Short Stories

For more information, please see:

http://www.sunburypressstore.com/Electric-Funeral-9781620…

Just out! Stories about those who have lived beyond life… "Undead Living"

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the short story compilation “Undead Living” edited by Thomas M. Malafarina.

ul_fcAbout the Book:

Horror master Thomas M. Malafarina brings you this compilation of short stories about the undead in comtemporary settings. Included in this volume:

Feeding Frenzy – Michael Collins

The Supreme Race – Catherine Jordan

The Storm – Kristina Mosley

The Collectors – Fallon Stoeffler

Trouble With The Tooth Fairy – Victoria Rowe

Angel Of Mercy – Joseph Rubas

Night Drive – C. Inferno

Encounter In The Dead Of Night… – Sergio Palumbo

Kittens With Chainsaws – Johannes Pinter

Even The Great Will Fall – Thomas M. Malafarina

Handsome Jack – C. M. Saunders

Richard The Vampire – Joshua Malbin

Responsibility – Paul Stansfield

The Benefits of Being Dead – Benjamin Blake

The Price Of Rice – Mark Slade

Undead Living

Authored by Thomas M. Malafarina, Edited by Thomas M. Malafarina, Authored by Catherine Jordan, Authored by Michael Collins, Authored by Kristina Mosley, Authored by Fallon Stoeffler, Authored by Victoria Rowe, Authored by Joseph Rubas, Authored by C. Inferno, Authored by Sergio Palumbo, Authored by Johannes Pinter, Authored by C. M. Saunders, Authored by Joshua Malbin, Authored by Paul Stansfield, Authored by Benjamin Blake, Authored by Mark Slade

List Price: $14.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
186 pages
Sunbury Press Inc
ISBN-13: 978-1620062852
ISBN-10: 1620062852
BISAC: Fiction / Horror

Front and back cover art by Amber Russell.

For more information, please see:
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/Undead-Living-9781620062…

Exotic zoo animals run rampant in this short story compilation inspired by Zanesville incident

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released C. A. Masterson’s short story compilation “Wild Life.”

???????????????????????????????????????About the Book:
On October 19, 2011, the owner of a private zoo in Zanesville, Ohio, opened the cages of the fifty-six exotic animals he kept, and then shot himself. A few animals escaped before authorities could reach the zoo, but most hovered near the fence, afraid and confused. Imminent nightfall forced the hard decision not to risk use of tranquilizer, but to shoot to kill. One person described this real-life tragedy as “Noah’s ark wrecked.” But what if the opposite had occurred, and most of the animals had escaped to invade the town?

In Wild Life, the fictional residents of Tarryville, Ohio, find out. As each person comes face to face with an exotic animal, hidden truths are revealed, and each likewise comes face to face with the harsh reality of their own lives. Perspectives, and priorities, can alter in an instant during unexpected events.

Wild Life
Authored by C. A. Masterson
List Price: $9.99
5″ x 8″ (12.7 x 20.32 cm)
Black & White on White paper
86 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620062623
ISBN-10: 1620062623
BISAC: Fiction / Short Stories

For more information, please see:
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/Wild-Life-9781620062623.htm

Soon to be available on Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader & Kobo

13 creepy horror tales comprise Malafarina's "Ghost Shadows"

Mechanicsburg, PA – Sunbury Press has released Thomas M. Malafarina’s latest horror short story compilation “Ghost Shadows.”

Ghost Shadows

Ghost Shadows

About the Book:
Like a dark cloud of foreboding, stories of horror can cast their ghostly silhouettes across our very souls. Ghost Shadows is a collection of thirteen such stories by modern day master of the macabre, Thomas M. Malafarina. From tales of psychological terror to those involving the demonic tortures of Hell itself, Malafarina seeks to cast his own ghost shadows across the souls of his legion of devoted readers.

About the Author:
Thomas M. Malafarina (www.ThomasMMalafarina.com)   is a horror fiction writer from Berks County, PA. He has published four novels, “99 Souls”, “Burn Phone”, “Eye Contact” and most recently, “Fallen Stones” and story collections called “13 Nasty Endings”, Gallery Of Horror”, “Malafarina Maleficarum Volume One” and “Malafarina Maleficarum Volume Two” through Sunbury Press of Camp Hill, PA. (www.Sunburypress.com). He has also published a collection of single-panel cartoons called “Yes I Smelled It Too: Cartoons For The Slightly Off-Center” through Sunbury. He has written dozens of short stories, which have been featured in numerous anthologies as well as on internet audio podcasts.

Ghost Shadows
Authored by Thomas M Malafarina
List Price: $14.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
170 pages
Sunbury Press Inc
ISBN-13: 978-1620061930
ISBN-10: 1620061937
BISAC: Fiction / Horror

For more information, please see:
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/Ghost-Shadows-9781620061…

Also available on Kindle and Nook

Thomas Malafarina's 2nd edition of "13 Nasty Endings" now available with new cover art

LEMOYNE, Pa.Lemoyne, PA – Sunbury Press has released a second edition of Thomas Malafarina’s short story compilation “13 Nasty Endings” with Alecia Nye cover art. The duo had previously paired up successfully on the author’s novels “Burn Phone” and “99 Souls”.

About 13 Nasty Endings:
13 Nasty Cover webNot all stories have a “happy ending”. Sometimes the forces of evil are just too strong to allow the characters, whether protagonist or antagonist, to survive unscathed. Sometimes it is because of revenge or sinister forces or simply bad Karma.

Welcome to “Thirteen Nasty Endings”, a collection of short horror stories by Thomas M Malafarina. In this disturbing world of terror and foreboding, virtually every story has the potential to end badly for someone. There will be no “happily ever afters” in this collection! This is definitely not a “feel good” compilation. Thirteen Nasty Endings guarantees that someone, whether deserving or not, will get it in the end.

Thomas has put together an incredibly upsetting anthology of some of his most gory, horrifying, disturbing and bizarre tales for your reading pleasure.

…from the book:
…A second later, her eyes flew open covered in a grey film. She sat up in bed, her emaciated form visible under the nightgown, which now hung from her bony shoulders. Long gone was the look of loving affection, also gone was the catatonic stare, both replaced by a savage look of hunger Roger knew was reserved for the warm-blooded walking lunch wagons formerly known as the human race.  And he had just made it to the top of the menu.

Other Alecia Nye covers:
“99 Souls” by Thomas Malafarina
“Burn Phone” by Thomas Malafarina
“Pythagoras the Mathemagician” by Karim El-Koussa
… more to come!

Thomas Malafarina’s collection of short stories includes:
For Eternity
Bright of the Living Dead
Breakfast of Champions
The Lurkers
Whence Cometh the Wolf?
The Demon of Coogan’s Mine
Happy Valentines Day
Bordello of the Bizarre
Deer Gap
Buzzards
Devil’s Den
The House on the Hill
Retribution

…thirteen entertaining tales of horror and the macabre — ALL with very very nasty endings!

Praise for Burn Phone:
“…one hell of a rollicking horror house ride.”
George Andrade, Horror News

List Price: $14.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
156 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1934597279
ISBN-10: 1934597279
BISAC: Fiction / Horror

For more information, please see:
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/13-Nasty-Endings-9781934597279.htm?categoryId=-1

Horror short story compilation "Thirteen Nasty Endings" by Thomas Malafarina now for sale

CAMP HILL, Pa.Camp Hill, PA – Sunbury Press has released Thomas Malafarina’s horror short story compilation “Thirteen Nasty Endings”. It is available from the publisher and from Amazon.com and other online booksellers. This is Malafarina’s first compilation of short stories and is the second of three books contracted by Sunbury Press.

About the book:

13 Nasty Endings coverNot all stories have a “happy ending”. Sometimes the forces of evil are just too strong to allow the characters, whether protagonist or antagonist, to survive unscathed. Sometimes it is because of revenge or sinister forces or simply bad Karma.

Welcome to “Thirteen Nasty Endings”, a collection of short horror stories by Thomas M Malafarina. In this disturbing world of terror and foreboding, virtually every story has the potential to end badly for someone. There will be no “happily ever afters” in this collection! This is definitely not a “feel good” compilation. Thirteen Nasty Endings guarantees that someone, whether deserving or not, will get it in the end.

Thomas has put together an incredibly upsetting anthology of some of his most gory, horrifying, disturbing and bizarre tales for your reading pleasure.

Publication Date: Jul 19 2010
ISBN/EAN13: 1453655700 / 9781453655702
Page Count: 158
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″
Language: English
Color: Black and White
Related Categories: Fiction / Horror

About Thomas Malafarina:

Thomas M Malafarina is a horror author from the Reading, PA area who has previously published a horror novel entitled “Ninety-Nine Souls”, also through Sunbury Press.
Thomas has enjoyed a life-long love of writing, music and art and of course, horror. “Thirteen Nasty Endings” is a collection of some of his favorite and often disturbing short stories.

Thomas lives in South Heidelberg Township, just outside of Wernersville, PA with his wife JoAnne. They have three grown children and three grandchildren.

Available on Amazon.com:
http://www.amazon.com/Thirteen-Nasty-Endings-Compilation-…