Twelve Nights of Christmas

“The Twelve Nights of Christmas – The Dark Nights Begin”

12 flash stories with a cover by Aetherial Images.

http://www.amazon.com/Twelve-Nights-Christmas-nights-begin-ebook/dp/B00PDJVHVE/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1427441852&sr=1-1

Writers

Adam Blampied, actor, writer and comedian. For more mind-nonsense and weekly flash-fiction, follow him on Twitter @AdamTheBlampied.

Doug Camptown of Aetherial Images Studios blends Steampunk and surrealism in photography, print, and creative mixed media. http://www.facebook.com/aetherialimages

Mark W. Coulter He welcomes contact from fans, mortal enemies, and everyone else in between at mark@markwcoulter.com, http://www.markwcoulter.com and on Twitter at @Mark_W_Coulter.
Lance Davis [none provided]

Danica Green has been published in over 60 literary journals and anthologies. She lives in England and divides her time between writing, video games and her job.

Miriam H. Harrison is a full-status, Active member of the Horror Writers Association. Nine more of my flash fiction stories are scheduled to appear in The Rogues Gallery, an anthology by Firbolg Published.

Tanya Nehmelmann can be found at Facebook.com/tanyanehmelmanauthorpage

Jonathan D. Nichols is an active member of North Texas Professional Writer’s Association. Find him on his website at http://www.jonathandnichols.com.

Mir Plemmons Editor at Six Point Press and Solstice Publishing. http://mirplemmons.wordpress.com/

Michael Seese, has published four books: The Secret World Of Gustave Eiffel, Haunting Valley, Scrappy Business Contingency Planning, and Scrappy Information Security. Visit http://www.MichaelSeese.com to laugh with him or at him.

Michael Shaudis is served multiple deployments in support of Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM as an Aeromedical Evacuation Craftsman in the USAF earning two Air Medals. He is also on the Board of Directors for the American Medallic Sculpture Association and the artist for http://zombpocalypse.cartoonistsleague.org/

Comments
  1. I sent an entry for the first day of Christmas. Hope you enjoy it.

  2. Essel Pratt says:

    Love this idea! Should we begin by saying, “On the first night of christmas…”? Or keep it with day, or does it matter?

  3. Seven Swans a Swimming Away submitted

    • Mir Plemmons says:

      Ok, I got Guy’s, Essel’s and a bunch of other submissions – but not Jessica’s. Jessica, can you resend?

      I’m excited by a lot of the submissions we’ve received!!

  4. Mir Plemmons says:

    Jessica, can you resend? We didn’t get your story!

    Guy, Essel, got yours.

    We’re excited – a bunch of great submissions! Emails with regrets and recommendations or acceptances and edits are planned to go out tomorrow (Monday) night.

    Thank you all for playing with us!
    Mir

    Mir Plemmons
    Editor

  5. It’s out. Cool. When did that happen?

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