Over a year ago I was accepted into an anthology called Tales of Terror and Mayhem From Deep Within the Box. I was accepted with a story featuring a man who had the chance to relive his youth (‘Second Chance’) and then it sort of fell by the wayside. Well, now it’s here. Edited by Charles Day and Jessica Weiss (Jessica is one of my definitely preferred editors), and printed by Evil Jester Press, it is a collection of unsettling horror stories. I think my own tale stacks up well against the others in this volume.

It’s available on Kindle at and on Paperback format at

My favourite story was probably ‘Inc’ by Mark Taylor. As I said, unsettling. Hope you enjoy it!

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  1. #1 by tragon11 on August 27, 2012 - 4:14 pm

    Congratulations, Steven. Always good to get something new out.

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