Till We Become Monsters
Monsters exist and Korin Perrin knew this as truth because his grandmother told him so. Korin, raised in the shadow of his older brother Davis, is an imaginative child who believes his brother is a monster. After the death of their grandmother, seven-year-old Korin, blaming Davis for her demise, tries to kill him. Sixteen years following the attempt on Davis’ life, racked with guilt, Korin comes to terms with the fact that Davis may not be the one who is the monster after all.
Past wrongs needing to be righted, Korin agrees to a hunting trip with his brother and father. But they, along with two friends, never make it to their destination. An accident along the way separates the hunters in the dark forests of Minnesota during the threat of an oncoming blizzard. As the stranded hunters search for each other and safety, an ancient evil wakes.
Midnight from Beyond the Stars
Amanda Headlee’s short story, “We Still Have Time”, is a part of the vast TOC in the Midnight from Beyond the Stars anthology. The anthology is edited by Kenneth W. Cain and published by Silver Shamrock Publishing.
There’s life out there… and it’s coming for you!
With the success of Silver Shamrock Publishing’s first two MIDNIGHT anthologies, Midnight in the Graveyard and Midnight in the Pentagram, it’s time to roll out the 3rd in their ever growing series – Midnight from Beyond the Stars!
Midnight from Beyond the Stars is available for purchase from Amazon.
CONSUMED: Tales Inspired by the Wendigo
Amanda Headlee’s short story “The Journal of Milton Parker” is available through the CONSUMED: Tales Inspired by the Wendigo anthology. This story is the prequel to her upcoming novel, Till We Become Monsters.
CONSUMED: Tales Inspired by the Wendigo contains stories based on the Wendigo, a part-human monster or possessing spirit that instigates acts of murder, insatiable greed, and cannibalism, originating in the oral tradition of First Nations Algonquian tribes.
Somewhere in the Middle of Eternity
In eternity, all stories are timeless.
This anthology contains Amanda Headlee’s short story, “Parallax”.
The meaning of our lives is usually never realized until the moment before we die. Ciarán, a young man who is tormented by Death, must come to terms with his destiny and understand his true purpose in life or risk losing everyone that he loves. Will Ciarán accept the path that was written for him or will he revolt against his fate, give up his family, and accept the consequences of his betrayal?
Other stories within the Somewhere in the Middle of Eternity anthology include:
A man obsessed with a burlesque dancer discovers she may not be the beauty she seemed from afar…
Desperate to save his dying wife, an exiled scientist makes a discovery that could change the fate of a galaxy…
An ex-con’s hearing aid picks up a vintage radio show that never aired, leading her to a confrontation with the unexpected…
These are but a few of the imaginative tales awaiting you within these pages as chronicled by Daniel Patrick Corcoran, Michael Critzer, Phil Giunta, Amanda Headlee, Susanna Reilly, Stuart S. Roth, Steven H. Wilson and Lance Woods.
Monsters, folklore, murder, and family. Till We Become Monsters is a visceral tale about the monsters we fear in the darkness and the monsters who sit across the dinner table. Not all is what it seems in this dark and imaginative debut novel, but one thing is clear—Amanda Headlee is an exciting new voice in the horror genre.
-Martin Lastrapes, author of Inside the Outside and Dolph the Unicorn Killer & Other Stories
With her debut novel, Till We Become Monsters, Amanda Headlee raises the genre to a chilling new level. I recommend reading this one with all the lights on.
-Phil Giunta, author of Like Mother, Like Daughters