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Come one come all! Enter a place where socks have feelings, your name can truly change your life, and family is all that matters. All these and more await you on our first stop in this dark & demented world. If you like the creepiness of “Tales from the Crypt,” Rod Serling’s unsettling, “Twilight Zone,” and the deranged speculative fiction of the iconic, cult-like favorit Come one come all! Enter a place where socks have feelings, your name can truly change your life, and family is all that matters. All these and more await you on our first stop in this dark & demented world. If you like the creepiness of “Tales from the Crypt,” Rod Serling’s unsettling, “Twilight Zone,” and the deranged speculative fiction of the iconic, cult-like favorite, “Weird Tales™,” then you’ll love the EPISODIC, CLASSIC, DARK FANTASY, SCIENCE FICTION AND SOFT HORROR STORYTELLING in Nina Hobson's Horror Blinks Collection. P.S. Dear Reader, after you've downloaded this alarmingly disturbed book, open it up to discover how to get another of my books..."A Dark & Demented Anthology: Horror Shorts (Vol. 1)" free, also.


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Come one come all! Enter a place where socks have feelings, your name can truly change your life, and family is all that matters. All these and more await you on our first stop in this dark & demented world. If you like the creepiness of “Tales from the Crypt,” Rod Serling’s unsettling, “Twilight Zone,” and the deranged speculative fiction of the iconic, cult-like favorit Come one come all! Enter a place where socks have feelings, your name can truly change your life, and family is all that matters. All these and more await you on our first stop in this dark & demented world. If you like the creepiness of “Tales from the Crypt,” Rod Serling’s unsettling, “Twilight Zone,” and the deranged speculative fiction of the iconic, cult-like favorite, “Weird Tales™,” then you’ll love the EPISODIC, CLASSIC, DARK FANTASY, SCIENCE FICTION AND SOFT HORROR STORYTELLING in Nina Hobson's Horror Blinks Collection. P.S. Dear Reader, after you've downloaded this alarmingly disturbed book, open it up to discover how to get another of my books..."A Dark & Demented Anthology: Horror Shorts (Vol. 1)" free, also.

30 review for A Dark & Demented Anthology: Horror Blinks, Vol. 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Quirkyreader

    This was a bunch of litter creepers written in flash fiction style. You will never think of socks the same again.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jane Mercer

    A Dark&Demented Anthology :Horror The description accurately portrayed the title, during the day I picked it up and put it down, as the day(s) demands set me on the return journey to a well earned cup of tea and a light snack of prose ready for the next meander on life's highway. It was a pleasant read with Horror kept lurking in the twighlight and reality ready, simmering on the back-burner until my next gorging. Mmm an excellent repast. A Dark&Demented Anthology :Horror The description accurately portrayed the title, during the day I picked it up and put it down, as the day(s) demands set me on the return journey to a well earned cup of tea and a light snack of prose ready for the next meander on life's highway. It was a pleasant read with Horror kept lurking in the twighlight and reality ready, simmering on the back-burner until my next gorging. Mmm an excellent repast.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Travis Mays

    Great writing! Stories that leave you thinking. Fast paced and scary. Just the right amount of gore. Can't wait to read the next anthology by Hobson. Great writing! Stories that leave you thinking. Fast paced and scary. Just the right amount of gore. Can't wait to read the next anthology by Hobson.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Michael Elliott

    Not quite horror. Firstly I was disappointed with the formatting of this book. There were large gaps between paragraphs which made it feel like it was a little padded. I was confused because the author didn't include a contents page. The stories are all different but they fell flat with me, mainly because they had no form of descriptive embellishments. They are only slightly longer than flash fiction but that doesn't make them bad just not memorable. Some interesting concepts that could have been Not quite horror. Firstly I was disappointed with the formatting of this book. There were large gaps between paragraphs which made it feel like it was a little padded. I was confused because the author didn't include a contents page. The stories are all different but they fell flat with me, mainly because they had no form of descriptive embellishments. They are only slightly longer than flash fiction but that doesn't make them bad just not memorable. Some interesting concepts that could have been developed further.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gerald Sessions

    Free from instafreebe. Cute fast read. Stories short and strange, with strange abrupt endings.

  6. 5 out of 5

    gene spainhour

    Don't bother I read this book not knowing for sure what I read. It really is dark and demented. I don't want to read another book like this one. Don't bother I read this book not knowing for sure what I read. It really is dark and demented. I don't want to read another book like this one.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Gardiol

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    dorothy windham

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    David

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    Sandra McNally

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    Calianna

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    Kelly Penrose

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    jhon smith

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    J D Motley

  20. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

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    Steve Collins

  22. 5 out of 5

    karen hilton

  23. 4 out of 5

    mrs moira hall

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lori

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    Mattie Mcbride

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cat Ellington

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    Joseph Strickland

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jean Smolich

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lori Niemuth

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