SNAFU: An Anthology of Military Horror
War is Hell…
Soldiers fight to survive.
They fight each other, and they fight the demons inside.
Sometimes, they fight real monsters.
SNAFU collects stories of ancient myths, time travellers, horrors in the old west…
and the soldiers who fight them.
Featuring some of the best writers working in the field today.
Jonathan Maberry, Weston Ochse, Greig Beck and James A Moore lead the way, with a contingent of emerging authors to back them up.
Fight or die.
Table of Contents
Blackwater – Neal F Litherland
Little Johnny Jump-Up – Christine Morgan
Covert Genesis – Brian W Taylor
Bug Hunt – Jonathan Maberry
Special Operations Interview PTO‑14 – Wayland Smith
Cold War Gothic – Weston Ochse
Making Waves – Curtis C Chen
The Fossil – Greig Beck
A Tide of Flesh – Jeff Hewitt
Death at 900 Meters – Tyson Mauermann
Holding the Line – Eric S Brown
Thela Hun Gingeet – WD Gagliani and David Benton
The Shrine – David Amendola
Ptearing All Before Us – Steve Ruthenbeck
A Time of Blood – Kirsten Cross
Blank White Page – James A Moore
Holding over 120,000 words on over 440 pages, SNAFU is a massive tome.
Hardcover, paperback, and ebook all available on Amazon.
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“SNAFU: An Anthology of Military Horror delivers. Every story killed (pun intended).”
~Frank R. Errington
“I expected to dislike at least one story from this collection but was pleasantly surprised.”
~ Michael Parrish
“There is not a single weak link in this collection…”
~ Hunter J. Cooper
“Consistent quality and extraordinary variety”
~ This is Horror (UK)
Four tales of military horror from Jonathan Maberry, Weston Ochse, Joseph Nassise, and James A Moore.
A supplemental volume to SNAFU, this book contains short stories and novellas from four of the best military horror writers in the field.
From demons to horrors from the deep, the battles keep on coming.
Fight or die…
“Storytelling at its best. Nothing else to add!! I will definitely be picking up more SNAFU tales.”
~ Ginger Nuts of Horror
SNAFU: Wolves at the Door
SNAFU brought the pain.
SNAFU: Wolves at the Door will bring the bite.
Soldiers fighting for their lives against were-animals.
In the blackest night or under the full moon, danger is lurking.
It’s survival at all costs when you’re fighting against an enemy that could tear you apart – or convert you to the other side.
Against the backdrop of an untamed wilderness or the dark depths of the city, the ultimate clash between the forces of man and nature rages on.
Whether battling the monster within or a war around them – these soldiers may find the cost could prove too great.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Taking Down the Top Cat – R. P. L Johnson
Skadi’s Wolves – Kirsten Cross
Semper Gumby – Steve Coate
Ancient Ruins – John W. Dennehy
The Fenrir Project – David W. Amendola
Project Lupine – Brian W. Taylor
Werwolf! – W. D. Gagliani & David Benton
Jester – Jennifer R. Povey
The Wild Hunt – James A. Moore
SNAFU: Survival of the Fittest
Survival horror says it all.
Imagine Resident Evil… Silent Hill… with soldiers.
Straining to make that one clip of rounds last. Making sure not to waste a single bullet.
Lost in the shadows, low on ammo; only edged weapons; wounded, fighting to survive, the last remnants of the mission team trying to make sense of where they had gone wrong, and how to make it out alive with next-to-no resources.
Survival horror, where every bullet counts.
Following in our tradition, we have some very big-name writers for this second volume of military horror.
Table of Contents:
Badlands – S.D. Perry
Of Storms and Flame – Tim Marquitz & J. M. Martin
In Vaulted Halls Entombed – Alan Baxter
They Own the Night – B. Michael Radburn
Fallen Lion – Jack Hanson
Sucker of Souls – Kirsten Cross
Cold War Gothic II: The Bohemian Grove – Weston Ochse
After the Red Rain Fell – Matt Hilton
The Slog – Neal F. Litherland
Show of Force – Jeremy Robinson & Kane Gilmour
“Of the four volumes thus far, Survival of the Fittest is arguably the most cohesive, certainly the most enjoyable for me to read. Every story was well-chosen; every author represented by solid, engaging storytelling, and every conclusion (even to those stories that are part of continuing narratives) inevitable and, at the same time, wonderfully surprising.”
~ Dr. Michael Collings