Shrouded Horror is Almost Here!

The pre-order window for Shrouded Horror: Tales of the Uncanny is closing soon, which means that the book will be available everywhere soon! This collection of short horror fiction by K.C. Grifant has been getting a lot of buzz and we could not be more proud.

It was recently reviewed by Erica Robyn who provided an in depth look at each story. “I can’t say enough how much fun reading this collection was! Each tale was so wonderfully unique. I’m already eager to delve into more of this author’s work!” Click here to read that review.

It was also featured in The Lineup post “5 Upcoming Horror Books Written by Women that You Should Add to Your TBR” where Gwendolyn Kiste referred to the author as “a major rising voice in the horror community.” Click here to read more.

And if that wasn’t enough, check out the amazing reviews from some advanced readers:

4 out of 5 stars

This was a refreshing collection of weird and unexplained events that didn’t try to explain itself or insist upon its logic. It was simply a series of bizarre vignettes and the reader is along for the ride, which I really enjoyed. I love horror/weird fic that’s set in everyday situations and locations, and this certainly shines in that area — from a subway station to an Instagram-famous pizza parlor, there is nothing out of the ordinary about these settings, which highlights the weirdness of the occurrences (and characters).

5 out of 5 stars

A great anthology of short stories! I felt like the last one went on and could have been cut down a bit but overall another solid anthology you want to add to your shelf!

4 out of 5 stars

This little short story collection has a wide variety of sources. Do you like ghosts, Bigfoot, aliens, etc? You will find something interesting here. My favorite was the group of people waiting for a train in an empty station they couldn’t leave… Thanks to NetGalley for letting me read this.

4 out of 5 stars

Shrouded Horror by Casey Griffin, usually when reading a book summary it either exaggerates the story, it can also be misleading I think the summary for this book was spot on. The stories definitely reflect twilight zone, dark mirror, Creepshow ET see there was even one for all the feminist about an actress who gets tired of being hit on by the creepy group of men she’s forced to work with to be an actress. There’s one about zombies and found families which I think was my favorite but they had so many good ones I know a short story is good when I want it to be longer and that happened more than once with this book. I love short stories and think I would rather read a book of short stories than a full length novel and I think this one was an awesome one. A book I definitely recommend to all the Horror fans who also love short stories.#DragonRoostPress, #NetGalley, #CaseyGriffin, #ShroudedHorror

5 out of 5 stars

Shrouded Horror: Tales of the Uncanny by K.C. Grifant is such a fun collection of stories! The tales are all over the place when it comes to plot elements, creating a thrilling reading experience where surprises abound, promising both spookiness and enjoyment at every turn!

5 out of 5 stars

Gorey, unexpected, scif fi horror!
19 short stories that were truly uncanny!
The endings were unexpected and so well written!
Each story is individually unique but has tiny moments, descriptions and character interactions that kinda tie all the stories together.
They gave a post apocolyptic, other world vibes that keep you interested and in fear for the characters.
Again truly uncanny! You think you are in a regular horror story until your slapped with the reality of what horror is!

4 out of 5 stars

There is something for every horror, eerie, absurd and uncanny lover here. I love writers who can write on many themes and in many genres.
Two of my favourite stories were the zombie-themed story and the one set in a train station.
I am not a big fan of out-of-nowhere, all unexpected twists, yet I expect to be at least a little surprised, stunned, or disoriented.
Grifant knows how to write mood and endings.
I would love to read something in the long form by this author.

Order Shrouded Horror at one of the links below, or grab the e-book here on this website starting this Thursday.

Barnes and Noble


Apple Books

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