“Ushers of Darkness” (Ushers of Darkness #4)

(The estimated reading time for this is 25 minutes)She separated from the shadows and beams of occasional streetlights, a waif with smudged eyeliner and fading painted lips.  A lacy top with spaghetti straps, a black skirt whispering from thighs to ankles, feet bare despite the cold, shoes grasped casually in one hand, a cigarette smoldering […]
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Called "One of the best writers of his generation" by both the Roswell Literary Review and author Brian Keene, Greg F. Gifune is the author of numerous short stories, several novels and two short story collections. His work has been published in a wide range of magazines and anthologies all over the world, and has recently garnered interest from Hollywood. His work has been nominated for numerous awards and is consistently praised by readers and critics alike across the globe. For seven years he was Editor-in-Chief of Thievin' Kitty Publications, publishers of the acclaimed fiction magazines The Edge: Tales of Suspense (1998-2004) and Burning Sky: Adventures in Science Fiction Terror (1998-2003).