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Cruentus Libri Press is proud to present its first horror anthology. 100 AUTHORS from the four corners of the globe grace the pages of this anthology with their darkest imaginings. 100 STORIES running the gamut of horror from serial killers to the supernatural; from the occult to the ordinary. 100 WORDS is all they have to work with, crafting tales of micro-horror with the br Cruentus Libri Press is proud to present its first horror anthology. 100 AUTHORS from the four corners of the globe grace the pages of this anthology with their darkest imaginings. 100 STORIES running the gamut of horror from serial killers to the supernatural; from the occult to the ordinary. 100 WORDS is all they have to work with, crafting tales of micro-horror with the brevity and intensity of an ice-pick between the eyes. 100 HORRORS contains stories from the following world-class authors: Phil Ambler, Sharla Anderson, A.R. Aston, Darren Barker, Colin F. Barnes, Nathan Barnes, Anne E. Barringer, C.G. Bauer, David Bernstein, Stacy Bolli, Cheryl Brandys, Jason D. Brawn, Robert D. Brewer, Russell Brown, Kevin G. Bufton, Nate D. Burleigh, J.D. Carter, S.J. Caunt, Lily Childs, Alex Clements, R. M. Cochran, Scott Cole, Josh Cook, Anthony Cowin, Marius Renos Dicomites, Michael Dortmundt, James Everington, James Fadeley, Kurt Fawver, Ed Fortune, J. Rodimus Fowler, Jamie Freeman, Charlotte Emma Gledson, Ken Goldman, Rich Gray, Rachel Green, V.Ð. Griesdoorn, Naryssa Eve Hamilton, Miriam H. Harrison, Tony Healey, Quinn Hernandez, Christopher Hivner, Gill Hoffs, Jack Horne, Sebastian J. Howley, Paul S. Huggins, Allen Jacoby, William J. Joel, K. Trap Jones, Neil Kloster, Kim Krodel, Lisamarie Lamb, Veronica Marie Lewis-Shaw, David Lightfoot, Bob Lock, Aurelio Rico Lopez III, Chris Marrs, Cee Martinez, Jon McAchren, L.H. McGuire, Jessica McHugh, Alec McQuay, Kate Monroe, Matt Moody, Noah Mullette-Gillman, David Naughton-Shires, Peter Newman, Paco, I.S. Paton, Dan Pawley, Jeremy Peterson, Daniel E. Potts, Bruce L. Priddy, Shawn M. Riddle, Suzanne Robb, R. Phillip Roberts, S. Wayne Roberts, Nathan Robinson, H.J. Rodgers, Robert Ropars, Brian Rosenberger, Abigail Runkle, Brandon Scott, Marc Shapiro, Lance Shoeman, Lisa Ann Smith, James Steele, Kristal Stittle, Gene Tanta, David Thomas, Alexander W. Tkachuk, Donald Jacob Uitvlugt, Laura Ann Via, Jonathan Ward, Ren Warom, Pavelle Wesser, Neil Weston, Andrew J. Wilson, John Xero and Angel Zapata.


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Cruentus Libri Press is proud to present its first horror anthology. 100 AUTHORS from the four corners of the globe grace the pages of this anthology with their darkest imaginings. 100 STORIES running the gamut of horror from serial killers to the supernatural; from the occult to the ordinary. 100 WORDS is all they have to work with, crafting tales of micro-horror with the br Cruentus Libri Press is proud to present its first horror anthology. 100 AUTHORS from the four corners of the globe grace the pages of this anthology with their darkest imaginings. 100 STORIES running the gamut of horror from serial killers to the supernatural; from the occult to the ordinary. 100 WORDS is all they have to work with, crafting tales of micro-horror with the brevity and intensity of an ice-pick between the eyes. 100 HORRORS contains stories from the following world-class authors: Phil Ambler, Sharla Anderson, A.R. Aston, Darren Barker, Colin F. Barnes, Nathan Barnes, Anne E. Barringer, C.G. Bauer, David Bernstein, Stacy Bolli, Cheryl Brandys, Jason D. Brawn, Robert D. Brewer, Russell Brown, Kevin G. Bufton, Nate D. Burleigh, J.D. Carter, S.J. Caunt, Lily Childs, Alex Clements, R. M. Cochran, Scott Cole, Josh Cook, Anthony Cowin, Marius Renos Dicomites, Michael Dortmundt, James Everington, James Fadeley, Kurt Fawver, Ed Fortune, J. Rodimus Fowler, Jamie Freeman, Charlotte Emma Gledson, Ken Goldman, Rich Gray, Rachel Green, V.Ð. Griesdoorn, Naryssa Eve Hamilton, Miriam H. Harrison, Tony Healey, Quinn Hernandez, Christopher Hivner, Gill Hoffs, Jack Horne, Sebastian J. Howley, Paul S. Huggins, Allen Jacoby, William J. Joel, K. Trap Jones, Neil Kloster, Kim Krodel, Lisamarie Lamb, Veronica Marie Lewis-Shaw, David Lightfoot, Bob Lock, Aurelio Rico Lopez III, Chris Marrs, Cee Martinez, Jon McAchren, L.H. McGuire, Jessica McHugh, Alec McQuay, Kate Monroe, Matt Moody, Noah Mullette-Gillman, David Naughton-Shires, Peter Newman, Paco, I.S. Paton, Dan Pawley, Jeremy Peterson, Daniel E. Potts, Bruce L. Priddy, Shawn M. Riddle, Suzanne Robb, R. Phillip Roberts, S. Wayne Roberts, Nathan Robinson, H.J. Rodgers, Robert Ropars, Brian Rosenberger, Abigail Runkle, Brandon Scott, Marc Shapiro, Lance Shoeman, Lisa Ann Smith, James Steele, Kristal Stittle, Gene Tanta, David Thomas, Alexander W. Tkachuk, Donald Jacob Uitvlugt, Laura Ann Via, Jonathan Ward, Ren Warom, Pavelle Wesser, Neil Weston, Andrew J. Wilson, John Xero and Angel Zapata.

30 review for 100 Horrors: Tales of Horror in the Blink of an Eye

  1. 4 out of 5

    James Steele

    100 horror stories of 100 words each. It's hard to review this collection because to describe any of the stories would use more words than the stories do. Many of the stories (by the very nature of the format) go by so fast they leave no impression. But there are many that do manage to leave a lasting impression on the reader after they zoom by. My favorites are: Growing a Spare (Rachel Green): I want to say so much about this, but anything I say will give away too much. Fathers and Sons (Quinn He 100 horror stories of 100 words each. It's hard to review this collection because to describe any of the stories would use more words than the stories do. Many of the stories (by the very nature of the format) go by so fast they leave no impression. But there are many that do manage to leave a lasting impression on the reader after they zoom by. My favorites are: Growing a Spare (Rachel Green): I want to say so much about this, but anything I say will give away too much. Fathers and Sons (Quinn Hernandez): The Amazon peek sample. What an impression... Burrower (A. R. Aston): Yuck. Homecoming (Nathan Barnes): "Transformation is upon me..." Into what? Doesn't matter. Me Am Love You (Noah Mullette-Gillman): Playful, funny and also scary. Wake Up (Kristal Stittle): I think everyone fears this. Chop, Chop, Chop Goes the Knife (Peter Newman): I vote this as my favorite in the collection. True horror is not a monster. It is everyday life. My Ceiling Bleeds (Jon McAchren): What happens upstairs always drips down. Self-Harm (Jason D. Brawn): What is he feeding? I don't want to know. Lying Eyes (James Fadeley): A very cool idea filled with powerful visuals in such a tiny space. Second best in the collection. Cold (Scott Cole): What we must do to keep warm... The things we must burn... The Power of the Pen (Shawn M. Riddle): I want my writing to wake the devil, too. The Last Song (Ed Fortune): Horror that ends on a note of macabre hope. I like that. Your list will be different. The beauty of this collection is there's plenty of variety so odds are something will grab you. That's also the collection's weakness. A lot of stories go by that leave no lasting impression, so proportionally it feels a bit too light. Still, it's worth a look!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Eldritch Reading Reindeer 2021 In Cobwebs

    “100 Horrors” is a true centuple, collecting stories by 100 authors, of 100 words each, filing horror to a sharp, sharp point. No wasted details, no unnecessary verbiage here: just a century of words in which to titillate, frighten, or even terrify a reader. Subtitled “Tales of Horror in the Blink of an Eye,” this anthology can be read nearly that fast, or it can be slowed and savoured, letting the horror sink in and percolate in the reader’s bloodstream. The introduction is like a carnival barke “100 Horrors” is a true centuple, collecting stories by 100 authors, of 100 words each, filing horror to a sharp, sharp point. No wasted details, no unnecessary verbiage here: just a century of words in which to titillate, frighten, or even terrify a reader. Subtitled “Tales of Horror in the Blink of an Eye,” this anthology can be read nearly that fast, or it can be slowed and savoured, letting the horror sink in and percolate in the reader’s bloodstream. The introduction is like a carnival barker drawing us in…reminding us of what it’s like to experience real thrills and chills. It also beckons to those of us with decades of enrapture with convoluted and lengthy horror novels. Its premise turns out to be so very, very true: a story truly doesn’t have to run 1,000 pages of gore and graphic violence to terrify. All it takes is a simple, short, 100 words. 100 words to make the skin crawl, the eyes snap shut, the mouth scream, and the mind shake. 100 little words, 100 times over. Read this anthology with ALL the lights in the house on. I wish I had.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Iozzio

    Too many unoriginal "monster under the bed" stories. There were of course a lot of zombie stories, too, but many of these managed to be interesting. There are a few really good gems in here, but a lot of stories could have used some tightening up to be really good. Too many unoriginal "monster under the bed" stories. There were of course a lot of zombie stories, too, but many of these managed to be interesting. There are a few really good gems in here, but a lot of stories could have used some tightening up to be really good.

  4. 5 out of 5

    David Caldwell

    I found this (and it's sequel) as a free download. This collection is made up of 100 horror stories by 100 authors. Each story only has 100 words. Horror like humor lends itself to micro, or flash, fiction. Both just need the set up and the twist. With any collection, there will always be some hits and misses. That fact is even more apparent in this collection. Since the stories are so short, they often don't have the full impact they might have if they were a little longer (or the collection was I found this (and it's sequel) as a free download. This collection is made up of 100 horror stories by 100 authors. Each story only has 100 words. Horror like humor lends itself to micro, or flash, fiction. Both just need the set up and the twist. With any collection, there will always be some hits and misses. That fact is even more apparent in this collection. Since the stories are so short, they often don't have the full impact they might have if they were a little longer (or the collection was a little shorter). But there are several stories that stand out for me. I am sure that any list I post would not be the same list that anybody else would pick. I will just say that if you are a fan of horror than this is worth your time to check out. I did notice a few things that amused me about this collection. There are quite a few stories about the monster under the bed. Both the table of contents and most of the author notes are longer than any of the stories. One thing that I would have changed about this collection would have been to put the author note with the story instead of grouping them all together at the end of the book. That way when you read a story you really liked, you could see if the author had other books or stories.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Hydra M. Star

    I give this collection points for being different and challenging the authors to tell a horror story in 100 words or less. The results, unfortunately, are mostly forgettable, though there are a few gems that stick out and the book is a fast and mostly fun read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    Flash horror. Quick stories. Some pretty gross, others creepy. Most were pretty good, given the limitation of 100 words. Not all that scary. Maybe I am, as mentioned in the forward, desensitized by reading too many horror stories and true crime books. Decent book and an interesting premise.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nan Silvernail

    A few gems. Some left me scratching my head, though. I think a 100 word limit is just a bit too constricting. But a bold experiment, nonetheless.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dave Lightfoot

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    M.L. Roos

  10. 4 out of 5

    Michael

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    Steven

  12. 5 out of 5

    Bob

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brian Mcclain

  14. 5 out of 5

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  15. 5 out of 5

    rose lucero

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kaci

  17. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Arnold

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tonya

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    Larry

  20. 5 out of 5

    Billie Jo

  21. 5 out of 5

    Vickie Thanapal

  22. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Marie Lewis-Shaw

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Winchester

  24. 4 out of 5

    Threeattic

  25. 4 out of 5

    Christian D'Amico

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    Heather

  27. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

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    Shader

  29. 4 out of 5

    yvette

  30. 5 out of 5

    Chris

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