Killing the Butterfly

Nineteen-year-old Patty has a lot of baggage. Abusive parents. A horrible boyfriend. The stifling cocoon of her Podunk town. She longs to become a travel writer — visiting exotic lands far, far away… But escaping town the way she does, forced by her boyfriend Roy to join him on a violent crime spree across middle America was not the travel of Patty’s dreams. It’s a journey that will only land her in jail — or dead. But escaping Roy is out of the question. He’d hunt her down, find her, and surely beat her worse than he’s ever beaten her before. When they stumble across the gentleman alone at the cabin by the lake, he offers Patty a glimmer of hope and freedom. But this man hides evil secrets of his own…

Meet Dale Ward

During the day Dale Ward is an award-winning filmmaker and videographer, while his night job is writer, reader and family man. Films he has written include: My Life Is a Movie, Walther, Ragman (with appearances in more than 50 film festivals), and There’s Something in the Basement. He has won 4 regional Emmy awards producing the national television talk show On Main Street, and he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Media Communications from Webster University. His publishing history includes: The Home Run, Delayed Reactions, and My Life Is a Movie. He makes his home in St. Louis, Missouri with his wife, Suzanne, and two sons.

Stilettos and Scoundrels

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When thirty-something redhead Presley Thurman is fired from her job for telling her boss where to shove it, she feels unexpectedly happy. She decides to take a trip home to visit her parents and regroup, but when a senator visiting her small town is murdered, her visit turns out to be anything but relaxing. Nosy by nature, Presley can’t help but get involved, especially when she learns that Cooper Sands, a handsome high school friend, has been working for the senator.
Presley needs to find out who killed the Senator, but will the answer hit too close to home?

The crack in the dark

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At the weekend, four friends go out in a villa in the wood, with the intention to enjoy themselves and to spend a little time together. However, they realize very soon that there is something strange: odd events will upset their quiet night and will catapult them in a world where the laws of physics are no longer valid.

There is something in the cellar, something very ancient and completely unknown that is fighting to come out!
This short-story is a mixture of dramatic turns of events, primordial fear and gothic and grotesque elements.

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Federico Calafati was born in Maglie (Italy) on 29/06/1990. He awarded the diploma at Liceo Scientifico in Gallipoli and undertakes his career as a writer. In 2013, he debuts with the collection of short-stories “Storie di Soglia” (“Stories of Threshold, and then in 2016 he continues with the novel “Sesso, erba e disastri vari” (“Sex, weed and various disasters”) and in 2017 with the short-stories “La crepa nel buio” (“The crack in the darkness”) and “Orrore in periferia” (“Horror in the outskirts”).

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