Dark Tales for Dark Nights (Paperback)

By Angella Cormier, Pierre C. Arseneault

Shadow Dragon Press, 9781932926217, 92pp.

Publication Date: March 5, 2013

List Price: 8.99*
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Description

Dark Tales for Dark Nights is a collection of six dark and unique short stories by Canadian authors Angella (Jacob) Cormier and Pierre C. Arseneault. These stories explore the mysteries and suspenseful realm of fiction. Come explore the depths of our imaginations as our tales of mayhem, the supernatural and of legendary monsters leave you with a fright in the night! 



About the Author

Angella Cormier grew up in St-Antoine, a small town in south east New Brunswick. This is where her love of reading and writing were born. Her curious nature about everything mysterious and paranormal helped carved the inspiration for her current passion of writing horror and mystery stories. She is also a published poet, balancing out her writing to express herself in these two very opposing genres. Angella is also a mother of two boys as well as an established freelancer in graphic design.

Pierre C Arseneault, the youngest of eleven children and grew up in the small town of Rogersville, New Brunswick, Canada. He fulfilled a childhood goal in 2004 and became a published cartoonist. His first published work of fiction was in 2013; a collection of short stories called Dark Tales for Dark Nights; written in collaboration with Angella Cormier. This was followed up by Sleepless Nights, a collection of short stories published in 2014. His novel, Oakwood Island, also co-written with Angella Cormier, was published in 2016 and has been named finalist for several awards. Pierre currently lives in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.



Praise For Dark Tales for Dark Nights

Dark Tales for Dark Nights, the first book by collaborative Canadian authors Pierre C Arsenault and Angella Jacob, is sure to impress all kinds of readers with its imaginative and creative genius. Each story sucked me in with its normalcy and made me jump with its sudden twist into darkness.” — Sarah Butland, Author of Blood Day


“The stories are amazing.” — Angela Yuriko Smith, author of End of Mae