New Author Debuts with a Stunning Anthology of Stories in the Genres Spanning from Supernatural to Horror

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Written by Edward Selrach, "13 Bittersweet Hill" is an anthology of bizarre tales published as an eBook in formats for all major e-readers.

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Yui Kitakaze LLC, New York, NY, announces the publication of "13 Bittersweet Hill," the debut anthology of stories by Edward Selrach. Written in the style of Alfred Hitchock, Edgar Allen Poe and Rod Serling, Selrach considers his work to fit into a broad sub-genre he refers to as bizarre tales. The stories are short but impactful. Selrach explores the depths of human nature without losing site of his primary objective; entertainment. Character-driven, his stories will sweep the reader along a roller coaster ride to the dark side of human nature, often leaving the reader with unresolved thoughts and compelling reflection.

The first story in the anthology, "High Tide," inadvertently positions Mother Nature as an executioner. In, "Subway," Selrach’s second story, a New York City commuter suddenly finds himself alone in a subway station, trapped by a screaming infant with only one way out. The third story, "Bittersweet Hill," introduces mythical creatures on a hillside in West Virginia that may exist only in the mind of the otherwise, sole character of the story. However, real or not, the creatures force an outcome that could only be considered fate. For a punch in the stomach, jump to the sixth story, "Honey…I won the Lottery!" For the saddest story, move to "Forgive me Mama." Through this story, live the horror of a typical abduction of children into the rebel army, during the Sierra Leone civil war.

About the author:

Edward Selrach, an international business executive, lives a life of travel which provides him with an endless resource for his imagination. Long a fan of Edgar Allen Poe, Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling, Selrach sees a dark and sometimes bizarre tale in almost every situation. He has called both New York City, as well as the remote hills of Appalachia, home.

For more information, go to http://www.edwardselrach.com.

For anyone from the media who wishes to review this book, you may request a complimentary eBook copy by contacting the publisher through the Edward Selrach website homepage.

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