Red Wine and Words

General Fiction, Horror, Mystery & Thrillers

By Emma Ennis

Publisher : Post Mortem Press

ABOUT Emma Ennis

Emma Ennis
An Irish author living in Norway. Has published one short story collection entitled Red Wine and Words. Working on a second and third collection as well as a novel trilogy.


Red Wine and Words is a collection of 16 short stories that will take you on an intoxicating journey through the darkness in life and up those elusive little streams of light. 
The unforeseen, the unpredictable, love, loss, horror and fantasy all await within. Though rich and varied in theme, throughout the stories is the underlying principal that sometimes the line between reality and the mysterious can blur, creating a place where what-if's reign supreme. 
A worldwide conspiracy revealed, a biblical apocalypse wrought; a vengeful imaginary friend, and one not so vengeful but with just as harrowing consequences; an unlikely hero, and an unwilling one; an ancient Egyptian curse, a malevolent Indian spirit – these are just some of the characters and themes you will rub shoulders with in this eclectic collection. With her debut collection, Emma Ennis invites you to raise a glass in a toast to the unknown, and see if Red Wine and Words doesn't make you question the threads in your carefully woven blanket of beliefs.

A collection of 16 short stories of varying themes, from horror to mystery, thriller to romantic suspence, fantasy to humour.

"A delightfully twisted collection of stories perfect for reading by the fire with a nice glass of blood red wine." ~ Jay Flannery

"I can't wait for more. Ennis has a unique voice I am sure to remember." ~ Skott Erikssen, author of My Cross to Bear

"On my bookshelf I own collections of stories by the likes of M.R. James, Conan Doyle, and H.P Lovecraft and I hope Emma Ennis would not be insulted if I said that stories of this kind belong beside these. A natural storyteller Ennis is definitely someone to watch for in the furture." ~ Dean Cowan, reviewer for Book Pleasures

"Only two authors have made the skin tighten on the back of my neck so fierce that I could barely turn my head. Stephen King was the first, James Herbert was the second, and now I can add Emma Ennis to that list." ~ Darren Gallagher

"The theme of love and loss runs through many of the tales in this collection, and I found myself thinking of several of these stories days after I had finished the book. For me, that is a sign of good writing, and fantastic storytelling." ~ Edward McFadden, author of The Black Death of Babylon