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Ink Stains: A Dark Fiction Anthology, Volume 13

CHOICES.  Every decision we make has consequences. 

It sets off a chain reaction that can lead to greatness, or—in the case of many characters in the stories on these pages—it can lead to pain, heartbreak, and even death.

Choices can come in moments of weakness, where emotions outpace logic, and we say or do things that we ultimately regret. They can come in the form of life or death options. Choices can lead to sacrifice or selfishness.Authors Han Adcock, Diane Arrelle, Benjamin Blake, Victoria Dalpe, Alan Derosby, Arlen Feldman, Juliet Harper, Robert J. Mendenhall, Matthew Nichols, Samantha Pilecki, Matthew D. Saeman, Nicole Tanquary, and Zugay Trevino crafted stories in which people who, in a life-changing moment, make decisions with unforeseen consequences that change their lives and the lives of those around them.

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What’s inside

“Breach of Contract” by Robert J. Mendenhall
“Meatface” by Nicole Tanquary
“Happy Birthday to Me” by Matthew D. Saeman
“R.I.P.” by Arlen Feldman
“Full Moon” by Alan Derosby
“Taylor-Made for Rose” by Zugay Trevino
“Fall Children” by Benjamin Blake
“The Guest” by Victoria Dalpe
“Repossession: The Ceiling Man” by Han Adcock
“The Deepest Cut” by Matthew Nichols
“Fear is the Wind” by Samantha Pilecki
“Everyone Knows You Can’t Smile in Hell” by Juliet Harper
“Closing the Deal” by Diane Arrelle

Book specs

“Ink Stains Vol. 13,”  October 8, 2019 by Dark Alley Press. ISBN: 978-1946050182$17.95 trade paperback; $3.99 digital. 332 pages. Edited by N. Apythia Morges.

About Ink Stains

Ink Stains, a quarterly anthology published by Dark Alley Press, is about shining a stark light on the shadows of life, exploring those dimly lit corridors, and unearthing those long-buried secrets. We don’t believe good will always triumph over evil or that someone will always be around to save the day. Sometimes all we have is ourselves. And the stories that keep us turning the page.