Little Deaths: “A brilliant anthology that will keep you enthralled until the end.”

The kind folks over at Erebus Horror have reviewed Little Deaths…and it’s another terrific review!  Here’s a sample of the review, but definitely go here to visit the site and read the entire post.  It’s great!

“John’s credits are definitely something to take notice of, so I had a good impression before reading the anthology. After I started, this increased ten-fold. You will find with many authors who release an anthology that their stories all have a similar feel. Sure they might all be about different things like Vampires, Werewolves, Ghosts and Goblins etc, but the way they tell the story and the tones/styles used can be generally the same. With this anthology however, John’s style changes with every story. One minute you’re reading a tense ghost story, the next you’re reading a nightmarish tale centered around sweets!

There’s something for everyone in this great collection, whether you love the whole psychological horror aspect, or whether you like to be nauseated by the sickening images conjured in your mind’s eye. John F.D. Taff raises the bar for other horror writers in this brilliant anthology that will keep you enthralled until the end.”

That last sentence is the kicker; couldn’t have written a better marketing blurb for Little Deaths if I tried.  Thanks to everyone at Erebus Horror!

If that review makes you want to give Little Deaths a try, you can buy it here.



About John F.D. Taff

John F.D. Taff is a writer, published author, raconteur and wrangler of angry stoats. He has more than 80 short stories and 7 novels published. He lives in the great, unspoiled vastness of the Midwest. He has a tremendous wife named Debbie, three pugs, Sadie, Tovah and Muriel, and three great kids--Harry, Sam and Molly. View all posts by John F.D. Taff

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