Welcome to Moon Hill

Moon Hill is a forgotten place that few purposely visit, and even less leave. Once you arrive, the deep dark of the forest creeps into your mind and will not relent. Strange flowers that grow from deer carcasses, murderous lunatics, talking ravens, wriggling parasites that induce eruptive confessions, and demons of every variety: they all live here too.

Even so, the residents of Moon Hill can feel, beyond the fear and distress, that this land is special and they are lucky to live here. Most everyone feels that way right up until the day they come a little too close to the magic of this place. When dusk’s light leaks through their carefully locked doors and rips holes in their minds.

Then, they pray for release.

–Welcome to Moon Hill.

Welcome to Moon Hill is available now for $2.99, and FREE for Amazon Prime Members.

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Here’s what people are saying about Welcome to Moon Hill:

“Very good collection with a deliciously eerie edge to them that makes you want to keep reading page after page to find out what else could be conjured up.”  —Lorielleftw

“Darkly imaginative, twisting and turning around mysterious corners and all written with the slightly awry and macabre sense of humor for which Anthony is so well-known.”   — Diana Lee

“I found myself alternately wishing I was there in Moon Hill and dreading if I ever came across the place…an eloquent example from a talented author of gripping tales.”  —Mary

“It’s like being blasted with a fire hose spraying imagination at high-pressure instead of water.”  –Troy Blackford

“This collection of delightfully creepy tales grabs hold of you by the short hairs and doesn’t let you go until you’ve finished them all. Believe me. I know.”  –Milo Fowler

“One thing that impressed me about this collection was the atmosphere, like Halloween as you imagine it from childhood. It is a mix of all the colour and earthy goodness of October, mixed with the dark and twisted things lurking just out of sight. When we are finally faced with those things, the result is wickedly satisfying. “  –Laurita Miller

“Reading this book was a little like walking through big double doors into a twilight zone like environment. From just a little creepy to wishing I hadnt eaten before reading a particular story this is one hell of a ride. The stories make you jump at the bump in the night and create some delicious nightmares.”  –JenniferZuna

“This collection of short stories is an excellent, fast read! Well written, extremely creative (though dark) material that reminded me of some of the John Connolly I’ve read.”  –Rachael E. Danton

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