Book Review: Shivers in the Night by Yukon Writers’ Society

Shivers in the Night by Shayla Raquel, et al.

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BOOK INFO
Title: Shivers in the Night
Authors: Shayla Raquel, Oren Patterson, Gary Medina, Donna Freeman, Carolyn Blevins, Kevin Hesser, Mark Love, M. C. Horn , Melonda Gruntmeir, and Janey Merry
Publisher: Yukon Writers’ Society
Publish Date: May 2, 2018

BOOK BLURB
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Featuring ten original short stories, Shivers in the Night is the first anthology written by Yukon Writers’ Society members. Each original story embraces the art of suspense and terror with a knack for heart-pounding endings.

In Spinner’s Tale, brace yourself for a tangled web of horror. While diving into A Pretty Facade, don’t be fooled by Maria’s perfect life. There’s more than just science at play in the Texas body farm in The Rotting. Old photographs and an odd cat lead Janie to a house with a hair-raising secret. And Mr. Sweaters’s Gift isn’t a gift at all.

Shivers in the Night sends you to the darkest corners of your mind and keeps you awake well into the night.


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MY REVIEW
Members of the Yukon Writers’ Society have put together a spooky collection of short stories. October was the perfect time of year to read this one. The collection contains 10 stories, each by a different author. The subject matter varies, but each story falls in the horror genre.

The stories:
1. Spinner’s Tale by Donna Freeman
2. Sinister by Carolyn Blevins
3. The Rotting by Shayla Raquel
4. Mr. Sweater’s Gift by Oren Patterson
5. The Baby by Kevin Hesser
6. Scared of the Light by Mark Love
7. Revenger by M. C. Horn
8. A Pretty Façade by Gary Medina
9. Not Safe by Melonda Gruntmeir
10. In Stitches by J. C. Merry

This was an entertaining and quick read. As with all anthologies, I enjoyed some of the stories more than others. Overall, a nice collection, and a good read for fans of horror.

I received a free digital copy of this book from one of the authors, Shayla Raquel, in exchange for an honest review.

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