RELEASE DAY – Recurring Nightmares 3

Today is Release Day for David and Peggy’s Excellent Recurring Nightmares, book three in the Recurring Nightmares Series (Exhibit A and B)

7 horror writers are gifted the names of 2 real people and told to do whatever they wanted – as long as those unspeakable acts contained a chicken! In the resulting stories, “David” and “Peggy” are troubled, tortured, and terrified. The owners of these names won the right and the exquisite privilege to experience this unique madness, and the writers of GLAHW were all too happy to oblige.

Welcome to the 3rd Edition of Recurring Nightmares, the Special Raffle Prize of the annual Monster Mash for Literacy Bash, hosted by the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers. This Annual Halloween Party benefits the Dominican and Siena Literacy Organizations in Detroit.
Edited by ken MacGregor, this volumn contains stories by Peggy Christie, Shad Kelly, Justin Zimmerman, Essel Pratt, H R Boldwood, Michael Cieslak and MontiLee Stormer, with cover art by Steven J Bejma.
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David and Peggy's Excellent Recurring Nightmares
David and Peggy’s Excellent Recurring Nightmares

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MontiLee

Mon­tiLee Stormer is a trou­ble­maker, writ­ing acts of may­hem and despair for her own self­ish plea­sure. Her inter­ests wan­der from abnor­mal psy­chol­ogy and ser­ial killers, to lost loves and the sto­ried Par­adise Val­ley of Detroit. Mon­tiLee has found her­self pub­lished in strange and won­der­ful places like Bound, The Sin­is­ter Bed­fel­lows Anthol­ogy, Black Ink Hor­ror, Murky Depths, and Necrotic Tis­sue. She’s an active mem­ber of GLAHW and Supporting Member of HWA. Mon­tiLee employs a ‘well-compensated’ sniper to keep the grow­ing but dis­turbingly ded­i­cated legion of fan­boys at bay. She lives in the Metro Detroit Area with her hus­band, two cats, and sev­eral knit­ting projects which keep her safely off the streets.

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