Light at the Edge of Darkness is a compilation of 28 short stories, including 3 novelettes that cover the Biblical speculative fiction spectrum from horror and spiritual thriller to sci-fi to fantasy. Headlining the book is Undeniable, a riveting, chilling tale from Canadian horror writer, A.P. Fuchs. When forced to the edge of darkness, there's only one way back: embrace the Light. Light at the Edge of Darkness tells stories written from a Christian worldview intended to inspire and entertain readers. The showcased Biblical specific fiction sub-genres are: science fiction, dystopia, cyberpunk, fantasy, time travel, and supernatural. The stories have been organized into subgenres with some versatile authors writing in more than one category. Readers will find the serious, the light, the parody, and the heart-stopping.
The world is full of beauty, from never-changing stars to ever-changing oceans to the pleasures of human company. We are free to enjoy good food, satisfying friendships, and things that make us happy.
But beware of demanding too much. Excess in any form is a dangerous thing.
Nineteen authors. Nineteen stories. One theme: Gluttony. This is the fourth volume in our series.
What Lives in Shadow by Daniel I. Weaver: Eventually, the monsters lurking in darkness get tired of hiding.
The Fiction of
Daniel I Weaver
Daniel I Weaver has been writing and publishing fiction for over 10 years. Daniel has most recently developed the screenplay for Writ in Blood, a submission into Clive Barker's Reel Fear Project Greenlight contest. Stay tuned for more details.