Rhiannon Elizabeth Irons Presents: TALES OF TERROR: URBAN LEGENDS

When you want something done right, you’ve just got to do it yourself.  Rhiannon Irons, a.k.a Ahlephia, here with a shameless plug for my current online funding campaign for my debut book.  Read on for all the details.

Brisbane, Australia: TALES OF TERROR: URBAN LEGENDS is the debut book for Australian author, Rhiannon Elizabeth Irons.  And she needs your help.

“You’ve heard the stories before…  But never like this.”

The book contains 19 short horror stories, all based on Urban Legends.  From popular tales like Bloody Mary, Someone’s In The Back Seat and The Hook to lesser known tales like The Coachman’s Warning, Skinned Tom and The 13th Floor, Rhiannon revamps these classics with new twists, giving a fresh take on stories that have been shared for centuries.

Currently this project is featured on Indiegogo.  The goal of $10,000 is required to allow for self-publishing as well as payment for the illustrator, famed Australian artist Shane Ryan, as well as official TALES OF TERROR: URBAN LEGENDS merchandise.

To donate follow the link for some cool perks including a personalized story starring you and two friends, a signed copy of the book itself or an invitation to the book launch party held in Australia. http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/tales-of-terror-urban-legends/x/436438

There’s currently only 27 days left, so please head on over and support an Indie horror author.  After all, what you don’t believe can kill you.

About The Author

Rhiannon Elizabeth Irons hails from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.  She began writing when she was just seven years of age, winning a state wide competition for her short story Rabbit’s House and receiving praise for her story Ted’s Final Wish, which revolved around the subject of death.

Starting her official writing career as an erotica author, Rhiannon always maintained a love of the horror genre.  She turned her attention to writing horror in 2010 after a dare to write something truly terrifying from a reader of her blog.

In October 2011, Rhiannon joined the team of Truly Disturbing and began launching her thoughts and views about the horror genre on the unsuspecting readers.  She left in Truly Disturbing in 2013 but continues to write her debate inducing articles which are now featured on her official website www.rhiannonirons.com

Like what you see? Be sure to also visit Pissed Off Geek too for more news and reviews with a horrific edge. To stay up to date with the latest horror news and reviews from the site be sure to "like" Truly Disturbings's Facebook page and following us on Twitter!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *