Books

Night Vision Cover“Night Vision: A Collection of Short Horror Stories (2018 Anniversary Edition)”

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that the first book I ever published was a literal pile of garbage. However, thanks to the short stories I’ve written every week since I published it, I’ve learned a lot. So, I revamped each story, added two new ones not published anywhere else, and worked with an editor, beta readers, and not one but TWO illustrators. I’m extremely proud of how far I’ve come in the last year, so I wanted to share it all with you in this book!

Available for Kindle at $9.99 and as a paperback for $14.99

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“This short story collection comprised of 10 thrilling stories (7 of which have never been published) is filled to the brim with a cast of characters that will surely remain in the back of your mind like that scratching noise you ignore until you hear it in the middle of the night. In this collection, follow a gravedigger through one of the most traumatic moments of his life, a non-binary hero that saves what they assume is a victim, a young girl fighting back against the darkness, and a superhero-in-training as he lives through his origin story.
After writing a new short story for each week of the last year, Augie Peterson has put together this revised, revamped, and re-formatted edition of “Night Vision” that is not only better than the first edition, but doesn’t even compare.”

 

SSAP vol 1 cover“The Short Stories of Augie Peterson Volume 1″

While the stories in this collection can also be found on this blog, I’ve compiled them into a book so you don’t have to scroll through this site to find them! Also, these stories are better edited versions of the stories you’ll find here!

Available on Kindle for $2.99 and as a paperback for $5.99

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Night Vision Cover Eliot Roe“Night Vision: A Collection of Short Horror Stories”

Available on Amazon as a paperback for $4.99 and on Kindle for $0.99

Happy endings are so overrated. This collection of short horror stories does what we’ve all wanted previous collections to do- break our hearts and leave us wanting more.
Telling tales of disembodied voices, the mysterious disappearance of neighbors, and haunted dolls with hypnotism on their mind, this collection offers no reprieve from the thrill within its pages. Watch the characters you fall in love with meet their untimely demise, be stabbed in the back by so-called “friends,” or be eaten by a crudely resurrected cat. Can you handle it?

 

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