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About Carla Eliot
Carla is a UK writer of horror, supernatural thrillers, and dark fiction. Five of Carla’s short stories can be found in several Blood Rites Publishing anthologies. Her work has also been published by Black Hare Press, Ghost Orchid Press, Quill & Crow Publishing House, Jazz House Publications, and Night Terror Novels. To find out more about Carla and her writing, visit carlaeliot.com or search for @writecarla on Instagram and Twitter.
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Titles By Carla Eliot
We all have a fascination for things that scare us—the thrill, the heart-stopping jump scares, the terrifying suspense. From the youngest age, we’re fascinated by the fiendish and furry, the creepiest critters, the naughty and the nasty. Horror is all around us, from the clowns who hide under our bed, to the things we might drag up from the brook at the bottom of the garden, and the zombies who crawl our streets.
As author, Megan Feehley, so beautifully says; there is beauty just before the terror…a silken breath taken before the spill of righteousness…the warmth of a licking flame preceding the scald.
So, close the drapes, check the locks, turn on all the lights and get comfortable. But don’t close your eyes…
Never close your eyes...
A woman haunted by guilt. A man obsessed with the obscene. A vampire consumed by love.
Ravens & Roses is a unique collection of Gothic stories penned by a diverse group of women authors. Pulling inspiration from some of the greatest Gothic works of our time, these writers have created eleven poignantly beautiful tales of love, tragedy, and the woman's experience. Featuring stories written by Kristin Cleaveland, Judith Crow, Carla Eliot, A.L. Garcia, Tara Jazdzewski, Rebecca Jones-Howe, Liz M. Kamp, Catherine McCarthy, Olivia Claire Louise Newman, Alexa Rose, and Helen Whistberry. Also featuring poetry by The Dark Poet Society of Quill & Crow Publishing House.
Edited by Cassandra L. Thompson.
Ceci n’est pas une histoire d’horreur.
Delve into an anthology of transgressive horror stories with Ceci n’est pas une histoire d’horreur (This is Not a Horror Story), the debut anthology from Night Terror Novels, edited by J.D. Keown.
Inspired by the iconic “Ceci n'est pas une pipe” found in surrealist René Magritte’s 1929 work, The Treachery of Images, This is Not a Horror Story offers a collection of original fiction both abstract and haunting from fifteen bold, exciting voices writing in the genre today. Take a trip with us into this gallery of the macabre, and allow our authors to transport you into realms fantastical and terrifying; stories of the bizarre and the surreal, from deities, demons, and dictators through to tales of the marginalised and of cursed media. All of these tales are transgressive, yes—they tell the stories of the outcasts, of characters rebelling against societal norms, of the taboo and the controversial—but suffice it to say that no two are alike.
Within these pages, you will find the following authors and their stories …
Back Home for a Bit, by Thomas Kodnar
The Gallery of Discarded Things, by Vince Darcangelo
The Puppy Farm, by Marc Joan
Replete After Death, by Kevin Brown
Cold Magic, by R.E. McAuliffe
Mara and the Volkhv, by Isaac Menuza
To Crave an Empty Chest, by Lyra Meurer
Wake Up, Miles, by Carla Eliot
Obsidian, by Angela Sylvaine
Studies After the Human Figure, by Joanna Koch
Katu Latu Kulu, by Gregory J. Wolos
The Fates, by Brydie O'Shea
on its skin oh under oceans, by David Burchell
Tricks with Antlers and Horns, by Dustin Reade
Fade to Black, by Ashley Stokes
Peer into the dark recesses of the minds of these talented storytellers, and enjoy the delectably dark and wickedly warped offerings to be found herein. This is not a horror story ... or is it?
As the melancholic winter fades and fragile seeds of hope begin to bloom, these 12 stories pay tithe to the changing season.
Vengeful women, forlorn sirens, and strange beasts mirror the coming of spring and the reclamation of the landscape – for better, or for worse. Yet, even as worlds are made anew, one thing remains constant… the moon
.All proceeds from this anthology are donated to Women’s Aid.
The fifth anthology from Blood Rites Horror brings serial killers and slashers ploughing relentlessly through the harvest season. Follow us from the death of summer to the aftermath of Halloween Night as we pay homage to the iconic slasher films and stories of the late twentieth century. Twelve fantastic stories from twelve of the bloodiest names in horror, including:
"The Cat's Meat Man" by Jack Harding
"You'll See Me When the Leaves Fall" by Carla Eliot
"Back to St. Mary's" by Aiden Merchant
"Thresher Creeping, Blood Moon Weeping" by Alana K. Drex
"Life of a Knife" by Jeremy Megargee
"Win Big or Get Dead" by Nikki R. Leigh
"Animals in Ink" by Nicole Lynn
"Someone Forgot to Smile" by Spencer Hamilton
"Hallowed Killer" by Julie Hiner
"The Eyes Have It" by D.A. Butcher
"Desert Road" by E. Reyes
"Sweating in the Winter" by Leeroy Cross James
Strap in for some gory homages and new classics in our best anthology yet. Look out for more anthologies from Blood Rites Horror, and head to bloodriteshorror.com for updates on our new and upcoming releases.