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by P. D. Cacek

Category: Genre Fiction
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Author: P. D. Cacek
ISBN: 1891946099
ISBN13: 978-1891946097
Language: English
Publisher: Design Image Group Inc; First Edition edition (October 31, 2000)
Pages: 320
Fb2 eBook: 1254 kb
ePub eBook: 1789 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Collects twenty-one frightening, sensual, and humorous tales of witchery, running the gamut from dark historical stories to magic in modern-day suburbia.

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Patricia Diana Joy Anne Cacek (December 22, 1951, Hollywood, California) is an American author, mostly of horror novels. Bell, Book & Beyond (1999). World Fantasy Convention (2010).

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Patricia Diana Joy Anne Cacek is an American author, mostly of horror novels. Connected to: Author California California State University, Long Beach. She graduated with a . in Creative Writing from California State University, Long Beach in 1975. Patricia Diana Joy Anne Cacek (December 22, 1951, Hollywood, California ) is an American author, mostly of horror novels.

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Collects twenty-one frightening, sensual, and humorous tales of witchery, running the gamut from dark historical stories to magic in modern-day suburbia, by up-and-coming authors including Kelli Campbell and John R. Platt.
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Camper
Don't consider this book to be just another collection of Wicca lore or black-hatted crones, there's much more on the menu than your typical witch tales. Ranging from the fantasy genre 'The Child's Tale' to a modern mom in 'As Promised', to the creeping tingles of 'Le Bete Est Morte' to the comedy of 'That Old Black Magic', this book offers up some of the best, most witchy tales on the market today.

Table Of Contents:

· The Child's Tale by Carole Nomarhas

· The Power Lunch by Janet L. Hetherington

· Six Guns & Six Spells by Paul Victor Wargelin

· A Dichotomy Of Belief by Michael Oliveri

· Spiders Grace All Of Me by Michelle Scalise

· As Promised by Walt Jarvis

· Madly, Deeply by Greg Kishbaugh

· Le Bete Est Morte by Nicholas Kaufmann

· That Old Black Magic by John R. Platt

· Stadium Square by Eric Gregg

· Elena by David A. DeFalco

· Hattie's Head by Kelli Campbell

· Her Place by Joel Ross

· Endemoniada by William O'Donnell

· The Nice House by L.H. Maynard & M.P.N. Sims

· Heavy Sybil by Bob Beideman

· Harm None by Dean H. Wild

· The Island by Whitt Pond

· Trailertrash Annie by Peter N. Dudar

· The Power Doctor by Ward Parker

· Celia by R. Michael Burns

At the end of the book are brief biographies of each writer. All (at the time) were affiliate members of HWA, though many had previous publications and many have gone on to grace us with further proof of their writing skills in other anthologies, novels, and edited collections.

My favorites would be 'The Child's Tale', a fantasy type story of bitter revenge; 'As Promised', the story of how far a witchy mom will go for the daughter she loves; 'Le Bete Est Morte', a creeping story of the witch next door and "it's" ticklish, old time habits; 'That Old Black Magic' which brings a tone of comic relief to witchcraft; 'Heavy Sybil', another semi-comedic tale of an idea that turns on a young heavy metal fan when he drops his girlfriend; and 'The Power Doctor', which will surprise you with its grisly ending.

Ancient and new witchcraft, spiders, spells, love potions, westerns, fantasy, modern, unbearable beauty and hideous ugliness - it's all here in this fantastic collection. If you love witchy tales, don't miss out on this excellent anthology! Enjoy!
Ann
An enjoyable collection of bewitching tales that P.D. Cacek edited from submissions from new writers belonging to the Horror Writers Association.
Brazil
Genuis level comic horror by Joel Ross and others. Ross, author of "Eye For An Eye," died in 2010, after a stellar career in criminal justice, and an equally scary writing resume.
Zut
The Horror Writers Association (known for the Stroker Award) had twenty-one affiliate members (new authors with a limited published résumé) contribute a short story centering on witches and their ilk. The tales take place in a variety of locales including common mundane venues like suburbia (the next election, pundits will follow the suburban witch crowd). The tales are all well written though some seem more magical.
Readers will enjoy this often-frightening yet somewhat satirical collection. BELL, BOOK, & BEYOND provides a glimpse of future ?kings and queens? of the genre, but in an entertaining way. With no weak contribution, genre fans will obtain a taste of the destined in this witchcrafty anthology.

Harriet Klausner
Ubranzac
What a great book! The Horror Writers Association has given horror fans a wonderful taste of the up and coming talent (fresh blood, yum!), and these 21 authors have great futures. And how refreshing to read an anthology whose stories were chosen for the STORY and not the "big name" authors. They were all entertaining, but like most anthologies, a few stood above the rest.
"The Child's Tale" was written by Carole Nomarhas in a unique voice with an almost lyrical, old-world style that worked very well; a beautiful read with an ending that proves there's always more than one side to a story. "As Promised" by Walt Jarvis was a little predictable, but good old-fashioned horror-fun and I loved the story. "That Old Black Magic" by John R. Platt was fun, clever, and humorous enough to make me laugh out loud, and his reader-friendly writing style immediately draws you into the story. "Trailertrash Annie" by Peter N. Dudar was a great story, although with a sad ending, and I love that title! "Hattie's Head" by Kelli Campbell was by far the scariest and most suspenseful, with an ending I would never have guessed--almost felt like the author was saying "gotcha!" after I read the very last sentence, it was that good, plus, again, I love that title! And "La Bete Est Morte" by Nicholas Kaufmann flat out gave me chills and I loved the story's background story.
All these tales are worth reading, but I thought these 6 were the standouts, written by the authors to watch! Overall, a must-have for any horror fan, and far more entertaining than most of the "big name" anthologies I've read over the years. P.D. Cacek is to be commended for her story selections, and she and her authors should be proud! The talent shown by these "affiliate members" of the Horror Writers Association shines as brightly as any "professional."
And lastly, what a gorgeous cover! When I ordered this book from Amazon, there was no cover pictured. Great stories by talented authors, and a killer cover, too! I hope to see more books like this from the HWA!
furious ox
Whether your just dabbling in the lore of witchcraft, looking for a great read, or trying to find some great authors; this book is sure to please! It contains a bountiful collection of some of the most talented non-mainstream horror story writers to date. This anthology contains enough laughs, gasps, and feelings of dread to accomidate even the toughest of critics. I've found myself running into work late from lunch on more than one occasion due to my unrelenting need to fit in a couple of extra pages despite my tardiness. The characters and settings are quite colorful (if not vibrant) in each tale, making you an invisible bystander to these events..........even if you wish you weren't!
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