Phobophobia



Phobophobia There is nothing to fear but fear itselfTwenty six original tales of horror by established masters of terror and talented new voices lie within this Lexicon of Fear.Beware the dark power of words in BIBLIOPHOBIAa carnival double act made in Hell can be found in the clown cemetery in COULROPHOBIAan artist loses his power to create ice sculptures because of his fear of cold in FRIGOPHOBIA, but that is the least of his problems as his therapist suffers the same phobiaThe fear of open spaces manifests itself in KENOPHOBIA, a tale of the ultimate emptiness the Great Void that awaits us allthe fear of beautiful women is fully justified in VENUSTROPHOBIA, a tale of futile defence against the Succubusbut beware the cure may be worseDenying yourself a place in Heaven is one way to avoid JESUSPHOBIA, but the only alternative means Hell to paya playwright fights his fear of the colour yellow by creating an unusual addition to his Dramatis Personae in XANTHOPHOBIAa Witchfinder s fear of open water will only be relieved by imbibing one of two deathly fluids in AQUAPHOBIAand a widower follows the age old advice of turning to face your fear in QIQIRN, only to uncover the true nature of an Inuit dog spirit that carries the essence of cold terror from its ancient homeland into the realm of human griefOpen the pages It is time to learn your A to Dread New Read Phobophobia by Dean M. Drinkel For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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Phobophobia  By Dean M. Drinkel IBN : 0983624526 Format : Paperback – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 314 pages
  • Phobophobia
  • Dean M. Drinkel
  • English
  • 24 May 2018
  • 0983624526

10 thoughts on “Phobophobia

  1. John Irvine says:

    What can I say I ve been in a lot of anthologies, but am especially proud of the company I m in here There are some top line genre authors in this and I feel privileged to be counted among them If a wacky bunch of stories about wacky phobias genuine by wacky authors lights your fire then buy this.

  2. Deanmdrinkel says:

    Even though I compiled and edited this anthology please take my word for it it is amazing.There are 27 tales from writers all over the globe, each who have written brilliant stories about a particular phobia.Please check it out.www.darkcontinents.com

  3. Ann says:

    This was an anthology that I can t recommend enough This is a very well put together set of 27 stories, one for each letter of the alphabet and a bonus story, and each having to do with a particular phobia It was great to read an anthology where every story was well thought out, and very good It is also fun to see the different approaches that each writer brings to his or her story While all of them were excellent, three stories stood out to me in particular In Pter...

  4. Nick says:

    While one or two of the stories were not my cup of tea in terms of literary style, the basic conceit was an interesting one, and the execution of most of the stories was excellent Each tale is about a very specific kind of fear, often taken to the extreme point of unbalancing a human mind A few allow the victim to fight back in truly creative ways, while others involve fear or its causes that are simply overwhelming Those were the ones I found least enjoyable, because if there s no way to fig While one or two of the stories were not my cup of tea in terms of literary style, the basic conc...

  5. Rob Grimes says:

    I m going to start this by saying that I received this book directly from the publisher as part of a give away However, that aside, I felt that the book was definitely one that I would have happily paid full price for 27 diverse stories on the subject of phobias, each one completely different from the others, and each one able to stand on their own merit.Some of my personal favourites were Kate Jonez s story ab...

  6. Tim says:

    After reading Solaris Rising The New Solaris Book of Science Fiction my old school friend and author Richard Salter recommended I read the A Z collection Phobophobia There is nothing to fear but fear itself , the first full book I ve read on my Kindle This was a much better experience than on my diddy phone screen Richard contributed L is for Lygophobia fear of the dark , a very well written story charting the rising panic in the protagonist as the batteries die and the shadows encroach After reading Solaris Rising The New Solaris Book of Science Fiction my old school friend and author Richard Salter recommended I read the A Z collection Phobophobia There is nothing to fear but fear itself , the first full book I ve read on my Kindle This was a much better experience ...

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