Many thanks to Scott Woodward and Clint Collins of Black Mirror Press for including my story "Breath Across the Mouth of a Bottle" in their debut anthology, SNOWPOCALYPSE: TALES OF THE END OF THE WORLD. It's available now from Amazon in both ebook and paperback.
The full table of contents:
"White" by Eddie Newton
"The Last Winter Buck" by Matthew Shoen
"The Wind Whispers, 'Witiko'" by Jennifer Loring
"Dead England" by DJ Tyrer
"The Snowman" by Llanwyre Laish
"Snoe" by Mark Lynch
"The Snow Woman" by Susan McCauley
"All These Things We Didn’t Believe" by John Palisano
"Thaw" by David Sakmyster
"Locusts in the Snow" by Richard Barber
"Breath Across the Mouth of a Bottle" by Sarena Ulibarri
"Snow and Ashes" by Zoe McAuley
"Let There Be Light" by Walt Socha
"The Snow" by Cheryl Pearson
"St. Michael’s Parish" by Nicole Shelton
"A Chill Subterfuge" by Barry Rosenberg
"Snow Day!" by Clint Mesle
I look forward to seeing how other writers interpreted the theme of this anthology. Here's a brief excerpt of my story, "Breath Across the Mouth of a Bottle," which is part Weird Horror, part Science Fiction.
My dad and my cousin Brooke were fighting about the thermostat just before the power went out. Rather than weather the blizzard alone, I had abandoned my apartment and come to my dad’s house, and had convinced Brooke to do the same.
And look! Black Mirror Press made this awesome creepy book trailer. Check it out: