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The Halloween Horror Lives On….

For the month of October 2017, J. Ellington Ashton Press, on their Wicked Little Things blog-talk radio, broadcasted a series of Halloween stories. These “Fireside Stories” (as they were called) were a big hit with the listeners, and the decision was quickly made to publish these tales of terror in an anthology.

Written by some of JEA’s most terrifying authors - Catt Dahman, Jim Goforth, Mark Woods, Michael Noe, Essel Pratt, Amanda M. Lyons, Michael Fisher, Toneye Eyenot, Kitty Kane, and Roma Gray - these stories will send a shiver up your spine and remind you what Halloween is all about.

©2017 J. Ellington Ashton Press Authors (P)2017 J. Ellington Ashton Press

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Narrator Impresses Me! Great variety of stories!

Nice collection of short stories. The narrator did a great job of engaging me. Some stories are scary and some are funny, but all are interesting!

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  • norman
  • burlington, nc, United States
  • 12-30-17

Good Scary Stories

These stories are good for Halloween or camping. Usually short, usually scary or creepy. Some are better than others. Roma Gray’s are the best. The narrator was a perfect choice.

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  • Heather
  • ABERDEEN, MD, United States
  • 01-20-18

Good for Halloween!!

Narration bothered me a little but I’m kinda picky about that. For example, in the first story, the narrator used a different voice for a character’s thoughts than what they used for when they talked .
The stories are really good and engaging!!

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Fun short stories that are quick drive listens

I like that these are short stories that I can usually finish in a day's commute. I know they're supposed to be fireside stories, but they are a nice escape while in the car on the way to/from work. My only dip in ratings was for the narration which in one or two places seemed a little too hurried and without energy. Maybe those stories just didn't resonate with the narrator, but the majority was really enjoyable.

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  • Jeff
  • 01-09-18

enjoyed very much

Would you listen to Fireside Stories: Halloween Special again? Why?

yes because I know I will have missed something

What was one of the most memorable moments of Fireside Stories: Halloween Special?

granny is a vampire short and sweet

What about Terry F. Self’s performance did you like?

discriptive

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

n/a

Any additional comments?

felt a bit jumpy just getting in to it when bam hits another story