Women in Horror Month 2016 – Featured Author: Miracle Austin @MiracleAustin7 #WiHM7

Miracle Austin


Miracle Austin works in the social work world by day and the writer’s world at night and weekends. She’s a YA/NA Cross-Genre author; adults also enjoy her works.

She’s been writing ever since first hearing Drive by The Cars in junior high, which has been one of her biggest inspirations. She rediscovered her writing passion, recently. Her first mini-story, PENS, appeared in http://www.leaves-of-ink.com.

Horror/suspense are her favorite genres, but not limited to. She enjoys writing diverse flashes, short stories, and longer works, while threading various social awareness themes into her stories, at times.

Doll will be her first debut YA/NA Paranormal novel, which will be released on CreateSpace and Amazon on 2-14-16—available both in paperback and e-book. Boundless will be her second debut work, which will be a YA/NA eclectic short story collection.

She enjoys creating playlists that inspire some of her stories and enjoys attending diverse book festivals and comic cons, where she has been so honored to be one of the panelists on some. The highlights of attending the above functions include opportunities to hang out with author friends and meet new authors/readers.

Miracle is currently working on future works and resides in Texas with her family.

You can find Miracle and her work at the following places:

Web site: www.miracleaustin.com
FaceBook: Miracle Austin Author

Twitter: @MiracleAustin7
InstaGram: MiracleAustin7
Email: shadesoffiction@miracleaustin.com


Featured Works:


MiracleAustin_DollWelcome to Frost High. I bet you’ve heard about or may be attending.

Small school, lots of secrets, a popular mean girl, Pepper Fox, and of course a few outcasts – Tomie Dupuy, Sarifena Green, and Opal Dawn – who all shined on Pepper’s tormented list, since junior high. Opal shined the brightest.

Tomie, Sari, and Opal made a pact and traveled to Monroe Creek, Louisiana, with the goal to end their torment in an untraditional way.

Sometimes things don’t end up as we wish. Fate always possesses a way to redirect everything.

Will they finally find the solution to their agonizing problem or will all spiral out of control, as they never anticipated?

Be careful what you wish for…

Available on Amazon


Luna’s Children: Full Moon Mayhem

MiracleAustin_LunasChildrenFear the full moon!

For countless centuries, mankind has watched as the sun goes down knowing that Luna will rise in its place, to rain her brilliant shards of light upon the Earth. But for the cursed and afflicted, that silvery orb brings horror and death.

Luna’s Children: Full Moon Mayhem is a collection of 22 stories of the werewolf. From the halls of a local high school to the bowels of a Civil War-era church, from the deserts of the American Southwest to the distant lands across the seas, from the horrors of the first kill to a lycanthropy support group, Full Moon Mayhem explores the many stories and possibilities of werewolves in the modern world.

Available on Amazon


The Dead Walk

MiracleAustin_TheDeadWalkThese dead just refuse to stay in their graves.

Table of Contents
The Price of My Services by Dylan Otto Krider
Zero Hour by Derek Muk
Prisoners of Forever by Katie Jones
I Walk, Therefore I Am by Ryan Neil Falcone
And the Weeds Shook with Laughter by John M. Edwards
The Meat Lover’s Special by Miracle Austin
The Zombie Appeal by D. E. Cowen
Black Friday by Willy Adkins
Short-term recollections of a life… by Sergio Palumbo
Survival by Jason R. Davis

Available on Amazon



About Nina D'Arcangela

Nina D’Arcangela is a quirky horror writer who likes to spin soul rending snippets of despair. She reads anything from splatter matter to dark matter. She's an UrbEx adventurer who suffers from unquenchable wanderlust. She loves to photograph abandoned places, bits of decay and old grave yards. Nina is a co-owner of Sirens Call Publications, a co-founder of the horror writer's group 'Pen of the Damned', and if that isn't enough, put a check mark in the box next to owner and resident nut-job of Dark Angel Photography.
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