Cringes

By Terri DelCampo

Horror | eBook


They come in the night, inside or out. Karma's a bitch, have no doubt. Lindsay learns nothing is truly free. A surprise awaits dateless ball attendees. Can you trust that shadow that walks with you? Or your friends not to laugh in the funeral pews? Suppose your lies gave you serious pain? If a priest dealt real punishment would religious faith wane? Environmental victims finally get pissed. So read up for cringes not to be missed.



Terri DelCampo is the founding partner, writer, and editor at Blazing Owl Press, is the founding editor and writer of Owl's Eye View Magazine, a dark fiction monthly offered on Amazon, and pens four non fiction blogs, (Healthy Nudge, Pause for Thought, Write Now, and Disability Challenges) as well as The RoJo Adventure Blog for kids. Additionally she has authored seven novels and well over a dozen short story collections on Kindle Books, soon to be published in print as well. She has contributed stories to two anthologies (so far) by Lycan Valley Press. She insists that her personal life lends to her ooky stories, which is a somewhat disturbing thought, but then she is married to a horror writer. She believes cheese is the greatest invention of all time, and only shares hers with her closest friends and family. Terri lives in Georgia with her husband, Blaze McRob.


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Terri DelCampo is the founding partner, writer, and editor at Blazing Owl Press, is the founding editor and writer of Owl's Eye View Magazine, a dark fiction monthly offered on Amazon, and pens four non fiction blogs, (Healthy Nudge, Pause for Thought, Write Now, and Disability Challenges) as well as The RoJo Adventure Blog for kids. Additionally she has authored seven novels and well over a dozen...


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Blaze McRob

Blaze McRob

3 September at 17:01

Great book, Terri!

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