Dislike

Lost Hollow Books
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They say it’s difficult to judge a person’s tone based on what
they post online. Two social network friends of William Dennison are about to
find out for themselves how difficult it can be.

After losing both his marriage and his job in a single day,
William takes to a popular social networking site to vent. A few irate posts
later, however, it becomes clear to his friends that William’s state of mind is
slowly unraveling before their eyes.

Can his online friends stop William’s real life from collapsing
before it’s too late?


























DISLIKE is a short work of dark social horror from the mind
Isaac Thorne, a nice man who simply wants to provide you with a few fun
frights. Written in the style of status updates and comment threads on a social
network, DISLIKE is an experimental story that attempts to place the reader
into the mind of a user who is watching the events unfold onscreen. If you’ve
ever posted your intimate thoughts in such a public way, you might think twice
about how you phrase things after you read DISLIKE.

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About the author

Isaac Thorne is a nice man who has, over the course of his life, developed a modest ability to spin a good yarn. Really. He promises. He also does not spend much time on social media.

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Publisher
Lost Hollow Books
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Published on
Apr 6, 2014
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Pages
27
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ISBN
9781938271182
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Horror
Fiction / Psychological
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
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Content Protection
This content is DRM free.
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Available on Android devices
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Jusk ask Tom. He's a man with a lot to juggle: a frustrated wife, a secret new girlfriend, and the unpleasant task of trying to keep his deteriorating vintage farmhouse from falling down around him. Now with his wife out of town for the week, Tom is eager to get busy under the covers with his beautiful new lover - but first there's something he has to finish up in...the Crawlspace.

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A strange encounter and a cryptic message leaves Gerard Faust a
changed man. Now a novel he can't remember writing is burning up the sales
charts, but is something other than his own talent lurking within?

ArborEATum
When a band of westward pioneers - lost, starving, and desperate -
stumbles upon an unlikely oasis in the middle of a barren prairie, Micah
wonders if his family has finally caught a lucky break...or does this new
Garden of Eden hide a forgotten terror behind a veil of earthly delights?
Curtains for Love
When Claire and James move into a beautiful Victorian home
together, she soon discovers that he is being seduced by a secret from his
past, one thought buried long ago.

Gertrude
"Tell me something interesting about yourself."
"Well, I have a symbiotic twin named Gertrude. She lives in a
small cavity under my ribcage, next to my spleen. If I lie still in bed at
night, I can hear her. I think she might be crying."
So begins this short twisted tale where an obvious lie faces off
with the truth.

Black Door
William and his brothers are on their way to summer camp. But when
a wrong turn leads them to an abandoned campground, things start to get weird
in this nail-biting and suspenseful short story.

The Mole People Beneath the City
Late at night in the subway, a little girl and her father wait for
a train that runs deep beneath New York City. It will be a ride they never
forget.
Pay Back
Stephen Hill has been heaping abuse on poor Joe King since second
grade. Now they're grown men with nothing in common, and Joe still patiently endures Stephen's unrelenting ridicule. But when friendship is only a matter of perspective, PAY BACK might be just around the corner in this irreverent and darkly humorous tale of revenge.

Nose Hears
A man thinks he might be losing his mind when he starts to hear voices
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BEDSIDE MANNER is a short tale of dark comic horror from the mind of Isaac Thorne, a nice man who simply wants to provide you with a few fun frights. Throughout history ghosts have haunted the imaginations of young children. On a few occasions, they have reportedly compelled those children to perform unspeakable acts of horror against the living. BEDSIDE MANNER documents one child’s attempts to resist.

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