Upgraded to second edition on 9/3/2011.
Psychics. Aliens. The occult.
This baroque collection of stories
explores the darkness that waits ahead of us, from the monsters
lurking around the next corner to sweeping dystopian visions of the
future. It includes multiple stories by J.L. Bryan, three drabbles
by Michael Crane, two shorts by Amanda Hocking, and additional
stories from paranormal/horror authors Joel Arnold, S.W. Benefiel,
Robert Duperre, Vicki Keire, and Daniel Pyle.
Dark Tomorrows, First Edition cover
The world of tomorrow is the world of the unknown.
This collection of eight stories includes:
"Spectrum" - A highly adaptable alien crashes into a Shoney's in Tennessee.
"The Fortune Teller's Lament" - A psychic finds his life slowly ruined by a coin-operated fortune-telling machine.
"The Officefrau" - A strange invasive species is moving into Dave's office.
Fixer" - At first, Norton thought he'd found an accounting error. Now
he's spending Christmas Eve with a special security agent from his
company, and learning he found much more.
"Bad Code" - Donald lost himself deep inside the company network, and now he's trying to put himself back together.
Long Night" - A spaceship crew is taking a few hundred million tons of
radioactive waste away from civilized space. But there's another kind of
evil inside the cargo bay, and it wants out.
Plus two bonus stories by Amanda Hocking - "The Second Coming of Pippykins" and "Of Shoes and Doom"