These Lingering Shadows: An Anthology of Gothic and Haunting Tales


An Anthology of Gothic and Haunting Tales

Brought to you by Daemon Manx and Last Waltz Publishing

The anthology is published by Last Waltz Publishing and is available worldwide in e-format

Last Waltz Publishing brings you an anthology of gothic tales and horrors for the season, filled with, tragedy, heartbreak, wonderment, and terror. Journey into these thought-provoking worlds and behold the majesty of traditional gothic elements delivered with a modern style. Inspired by a true love for the Macabre and the unnerving atmosphere of the Gothic genre, author Daemon Manx has gathered together some of the greatest literary voices of our time.

With a foreword by Candace Nola this anthology of fifteen short stories from some of the most terrifying authors in today’s horror world will transport you into the shadows. 

Light a candle and lock the doors because the hour of the witch is close at hand. The tales within this haunting collection are of dark places and shadows, catacombs and hidden passages, witches, vampires, secrets and curses. There are stories of deception, possession, despair and remorse, betrayal and of course … death.

These Lingering Shadows features stories from:

Jeremy Megargee – “A Dream of Dead Leaves”
Christy Aldridge – “A Halloween Ghost Story”
Michael J. Moore – “Nory’s”
Jae Mazer – “Behold, Death Arrives, a Duet of Ash and Fang”
Jo Kaplan – “Hallow House”

James, G. Carlson – “Flesh and Chocolate”
Heather Miller – “The Far Field”
Diana Olney – “Hell Hath No Fury”
Guy Quintero – “Cries in the Night”
Danielle Manx – “Belladonna’s Curse”

Tony Evans – “The Dare”
Jack Wells – “Riding the Ghost Train”
Matt Scott – “Mine”
D.E. Grant – “The Feeding”
Daemon Manx – “Devlin’s Manse”

About Daemon Manx:

Daemon Manx is an award-winning American author who writes horror, suspense, supernatural, and speculative fiction. Daemon has recently been nominated for the 2021 Splatterpunk awards for his debut, Abigail in the best short story category. In 2021 he received a HAG award for his story The Dead Girl. He is a member of the Horror Writers Association (HWA), and the Horror Authors Guild (HAG) and has been featured in magazines in both the U.S. and the U.K. Daemon lives with his sister, author Danielle Manx and their narcoleptic cat, Sydney where the patiently prepare for the apocalypse. There is a good chance they will runout of coffee far too soon.

To request additional review copies or an interview with Daemon Manx, please contact Mickey Mikkelson at Creative Edge Publicity: / 403.464.6925.   
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