Windows Into Hell

Windows Into Hell
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Genre: Horror
Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press
Publication Year: 2016
ISBN: 9781620071342
The Armadillo’s Song appears in Windows into Hell, an anthology based on A Short Stay in Hell by Steven L. Peck. Available now on Amazon!
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About the Book

Mankind has speculated through the ages that a few righteous or lucky people go straight to heaven. Or so we’ve come to believe. Good or bad, our journey doesn’t end at death. For most of us, the afterlife begins in an office where an overworked and underappreciated demon decides our long term fate. Life is messy, it’s easy to miss one of the crucial lessons. In order to accommodate our unique shortcomings, a myriad of custom fitted Hells wait with open arms to teach us. No cliché fire and brimstone here, except as decorations. Besides, that would be the easy way out. Yes, there is a way out. All you have to do is learn one simple lesson. That shouldn’t be too hard, right?

Windows into Hell explores what awaits a few people when their life inevitably comes to an end. Featuring bestselling and award winning authors, these stories delve into humanity’s greatest fears- death and the fate of our immortal souls.

Sarah’s Story, “The Armadillo’s Song” appears in this anthology based on A Short Stay in Hell by Steven L. Peck. Published October 24, 2016 by Curiosity Quills Press.

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Sarah E. Seeley is a fantasy and horror author, and an affiliate member of the Horror Writers Association. She has a bachelor’s degree in geology and loves exploring the science of human origins.

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