Monday, November 28, 2016

DAY 15 OF ANNOUNCING! Table of Contents for: +HORROR LIBRARY+ Volume 6

I’ll be unhurriedly posting all contributors here, one-a-day, to reveal the T.O.C. for this latest anthology volume that I edited for +HORROR LIBRARY+, to be published by Farolight Publishing (Cutting Block Books) in April, 2017.

DAY 15 of 27: Stephanie Bedwell-Grime

1. JG Faherty presents “The H Train”
2. Edward M. Erdelac presents “Hear The Eagle Scream”
3. Rebecca J. Allred presents “Mother’s Mouth, Full of Dirt”
4. Jay Caselberg presents “The Ride”
5. John M. Floyd presents “The Red-Eye to Boston”
6. Tom Johnstone presents “Oldstone Gardens”
7. Bentley Little presents “The Plumber”
8. Darren O. Godfrey presents “D.U.I.”
9. Carole Johnstone presents “Better You Believe”
10. David Tallerman presents “Casualty of Peace”
11. Kathryn E. McGee presents “The Creek Keepers’ Lodge”
12. Jeffrey Ford presents “Five Pointed Spell”
13. Sean Eads presents “Predestination’s a Bitch”
14. Dean H. Wild presents “The Gaff”
15. Stephanie Bedwell-Grime presents “The Night Truck”


The truck is old, its cab rounded in a way vehicles just aren’t constructed anymore. Its paint might once have been white, but so much of it has fallen off, all she can see is the rust underneath. A long truck bed stretches out from behind the cab. The sides are wood. It looks like it’s been put together from whatever parts could be found at the scrap yard. It can’t be roadworthy, it can’t be legal.
Nonetheless it’s lumbering down her street, slowing as it passes her house. She darts away from the window, pressing herself against the wall beside it. If she looks sideways she can still track its passage through the sheer curtains.
The old vehicle slows more. Its brakes shriek with the effort. Whatever’s in the bed of the truck bounces beneath an old piece of canvas…

The Night Truck by Stephanie Bedwell-Grime

ABOUT: Stephanie Bedwell-Grime

Stephanie Bedwell-Grime credits her love of horror to growing up in a house beside a graveyard. Although she never did meet a ghost there, it did get her thinking about things that go bump in the night. To date she has had more than thirty novels and novellas published. She has also been a five-time finalist for the Aurora, Canada’s national award for speculative fiction. Stephanie welcomes visitors to her website at

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