Tag Archive | Amber Keller

Now I Lay Me Down To Reap – Our Newest Anthology

Sirens Call Publications has released its latest anthology titled Now I Lay Me To Reap. The eighth commandment; thou shalt not steal. But everyone covets something that isn’t theirs… Wander down the darker paths of the minds of twelve brilliantly talented authors as they conjure stories of retribution, deceit and betrayal. Would you chance your family’s fate to the […]

Introducing Now I Lay Me Down To Reap: The Latest Anthology from Sirens Call Publications

The eighth commandment; thou shalt not steal. But everyone covets something that isn’t theirs… Wander down the darker paths of the minds of twelve brilliantly talented authors as they conjure stories of retribution, deceit and betrayal. Would you chance your family’s fate to the gods in return for a favor? Are the finer things in […]

Twisted Realities with Amber Keller

Amber Keller is the author of Hades and the Hydra in Twisted Realities: Of Myth and Monstrosity. We asked Amber to shed some light on her inspiration behind her tale and this is what she shared with us – My Inspiration for Hades and the Hydra When I was little, my dad would watch movies […]

Twisted Realities: Of Myth and Monstrosity

Myth or reality… Explore the twelve tales of horror and intrigue in Twisted Realities: Of Myth and Monstrosity and ask yourself, what would you consider a fair price to pay for life immortal… or the chance of life at all? Would a young woman pass up a shiny bauble if she believed it to be nothing more […]

Amber Keller: On Childhood Nightmares

We asked Amber Keller, the author of Seeing is Believing in Childhood Nightmares: Under the Bed, what was the inspiration behind her story. Read on to see what she had to say… The Inspiration Behind Seeing is Believing When I was a child, I had night terrors. These were more than just your average nightmare, and […]

Childhood Nightmares: Under the Bed Now Available!

They haunt us all. Those whispered tales of monsters hiding under the bed, or of the demons lurking in the shadowy corner where we dare not glance for fear that seeing them will make them all too real. Oh, how the innocent landscape of a child’s imagination lends fertile soil to horrors ready to be […]