Keith Minnion

 


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It's For You

It's For You

It's For YouBy Keith MinnionThis book is available in the following formats.  Please choose your preference from the menu below before proceeding to checkout. Mobi (Kindle)ePub (Sony / Nook / iPad / Kobo)PDF (Adobe) PRC (Mobipocket) Nineteen career-spanning stories (five that are original to this collection) of horror, SF, fantasy and dark suspense ... all of them dark rides, dark speculations ... of people and monsters, and every shadow in between. Profusely illustrated by the author, with an Introduction by Bram Stoker Award winner Norman Prentiss, and extensive Story Notes. Keith Minnion had his first story published in Asimov’s SF Adventure Magazine in 1979. He has been illustrating for magazine and book publishers since the early 1990s. His most recent commission was a double limited edition of “The Exorcist” and “Legion” by William Peter Blatty for CD Publications. He lives in an old house he is actively restoring in Perkasie, Pennsylvania. He is a former schoolteacher and officer in the U.S. Navy. His two grown children are both Pennridge High graduates. Keith has a chapbook story called “Island Funeral” and his first novel, an e-book called “The Bone Worms” coming out later this year from CD Publications. “Not only is Keith Minnion one of the industry’s best artists, but he’s also one helluva short story writer. It’s For You showcases both skills by combining his amazing artwork with his Dan Simmons-like ability to write wildly imaginative stories across the horror, suspense, fantasy, and science fiction genres. Simply put, It’s For You is a collection that can’t be missed.” - Andrew Monge, The Horror Drive-in “Sharp, powerful stories of ordinary, often sympathetic people caught up in nightmares and fantasies. I love this book!” - Elizabeth Massie, Bram Stoker Award winner and author of Homeplace and Sineater “Moving with ease from horror to science fiction to fantasy and back again, Keith Minnion proves as adept at...
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