I’ve finished going through the mountain of submissions I received for BLOOD LITE 2: OVERBITE. I was pleased to see such a great selection. Now available wherever you buy books, it’s Blood Lite II: Overbite, another anthology of 2 Responses to “BLOOD LITE II: BLOOD LITER”. All about Blood Lite II: Overbite by Kevin J. Anderson. LibraryThing is a ( Contributor). Series: Blood Lite (2), Otherworld (Includes “Lucifer’s Daughter, ) .

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There are supernatural beings and I love them there are werewolves, vampires, demons. The other stories are lost from my memory.

When I read the end, I grimaced. Son of a Bitch made me chuckle as the friendly golden retrieve Another wonderful collection of humerous horror stories.

Lucifer’s Daughter by Kelley Armstrong was nice. The story by JA Konrath, was super short and bizarre. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Contributor secondary author all editions confirmed Tem, Steve Rasnic Contributor secondary author all editions confirmed Welch, Christopher Contributor secondary author all editions confirmed.

I mean, yeah, they’re unnamed, barely speak, and are almost all reduced to boobs and meat, but Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. Anderson is the author of more than books, 52 of which have appeared on national or international bestseller lists; he has over 23 million copies in print in thirty languages. A Witch’s Handbook of Kisses and Curses. Daniel Pyle Goodreads Author Contributor.


Death and Taxes by Heather Graham was funny, and I liked it. Little Dog Lbood of the Drama! What else is there to say? A Fantastic Holiday Season.

October 17, ISBN: The Key to Creation. Banks of the Drama! Issue 25, March The Road to Dune. I serve as a judge in the Writers of the Future contest.

Bad German by Edward Bryant was delightfully yucky. Blood of the Cosmos. Tails was also a unique story of humans with tails and all their emotions played out by the movements lits raising of this appendage.

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Anderson and Jains Ian didn’t really appeal to me. September 28, Imprint: Jul 19, Tatiana rated it liked it Shelves: American Banshee by Eric James Stone.

This one seemed I thought this was a good collection of short stories.

This is the second book in this anthology theme. I probably will read it too. Not all stories managed to get me engrossed in their worlds while reading, but they were fun and interesting. Issue 26, May Schlyne Nov 12, An anthology of humorous horror stories. Some tried way too hard to be funny, and forced humor rarely succeeds. Whats not to like about creepy kids ogerbite weird powers. The Battle Of Corrin. The review must be at least 50 characters long.


Surprise endings with a date work very poorly when it’s been five years since then. A Forest of Stars. Sign me up for volume three! Loved the content of most 22 them, love the genre of humorous horror, and now have new authors I would like to read more things from. Pray they don’t try to give you any balloon animals! We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them.

Status Anderson, Kevin J. There’s something amazing about the briefness and knowing you can knock off a few lire stories before It took me quite some time to work my way through these short stories. The Devil You Know. Read only Kelley Armstrong ‘s short story Lucifer’s Daughterthe rest of the authors I’ve never even heard of.

While this would usually be something I read without putting it down, I think I am now turning toward stories which are more about the plot and the characters than about the way they are written. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Barewolf by Daniel Pyle wasn’t my kind of thing.

I still have three reviews to do, but soaking in a bath is more conducive to paperbacks than iPads!