The second anthology I'm going to promote is the first one of its series, which is always a scary venture for the publisher. I got to know the publisher fairly well over the course of a dozen e-mails and I can say they poured every ounce of effort into Creepy Campfire Quarterly that they could. My story in this edition is "The Ghost of Big Bend", a campfire story to tell next time you're out in the woods with friends. I intend to submit to them again because they made their magazine so approachable, the submission process so smooth, I felt like it was all just one easy transition.
The stories in this volume aren't drenched in gore and guts, but often prompt thought-provoking ghosts and specters that attack when you don't see it coming. I know of at least three stories that made me laugh outright, something I rarely do when reading horror these days, despite the fact I find it all humorous. The image above leads to the Amazon link where you can purchase the anthology for $2.99 for Kindle and $8.00 for the paperback.