On a dark and stormy night a coven of writers gathers to spellcheck under a hallowed moon. The result is a bubbling cauldron of fear, suspense, and absolute sexiness.

From the ghostly seduction of a Victorian governess, to vampires in the substance abuse clinic, with witchery in the coffee house, and cannibalism in the kitchen, this selection of stories is dark, damning, and terrifyingly erotic.

To be read by candlelight, and never alone!

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Publication Date

October 2015


epub (for Kindle Reader/Kindle Apps, for iBooks, Nook etc.), mobi, and pdf




93,000 words




978-3-95533-425-3 (mobi), 978-3-95533-426-0 (epub), 978-3-95533-427-7 (pdf)


Ylva Publishing

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2 reviews for Tales of the Grimoire – Book One

  1. Cori Kane

    (verified owner):

    another great anthology from ylva and it’s got all my favorites of halloween. vampires, werewolves, and zombies, oh my. this assortment of very different but wonderfully compiled stories gave me chills – the good and the bad kind. it’s a great read – once again.

  2. Ameliah Faith


    Spookily good
    Tales is an excellent anthology featuring the work of 13 authors. Some like RJ Emannuel and Jove beel I am familiar with but there were several new to me authors such as Emma Sterner and Kate Welshire.

    Each of thses stories vary greatly from one another. While I liked all these stories I couldnt help but to go back to re-read some of them again already. This is a wonderful book year round but I think the stories would be perfect to read aloud in a dim room near Halloween.

    Enjoy, I did!!

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