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Welcome

Welcome to Dawn's Dark Treasures. This is my portfolio displaying all of my works. This contains novels that I wrote as well as my contributions to various compilations. This site also lists news and events such as book signings and conventions. Find out about my next works or talk about my past works in my blog. Sit back, relax, and explore the dark.

Compilations

This a collection of compilations in which I've participated. Take a look at them and you'll find a collection of fine authors. Some of these compilations were for a cause or a charity. Check them out. I'm sure you'll enjoy them. If you like, you may go to Amazon to purchase either a printed book or an ebook. If you like what you read, please leave a review on the related Amazon page. I appreciated it.

Novels

This is my collection of dark treasures. Browse my books. If you like, you may go to Amazon to purchase either a printed book or an ebook. If you like what you read, please leave a review on the related Amazon page. I appreciated it.

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Dawn Napier

I'm a thirty-something married mother of three. I've been writing stories for most of my life, and in the past year I've been using the Internet to try and brand myself. I've had short stories published by Schlock! Horror, The Absent Willow Review, and Dark River Press. I also have a fiction blog on Convozine entitled Mom's Secret Horrors. My genres of choice are horror and fantasy, but I also dabble in science fiction and slice-of-life.

"Nameless" is my first self-published book. It sneaked up on me one afternoon when I was trying to get a little girl to take a nap. I decided to pass the time with a little writing exercise; I would simply describe the child and my surroundings. A couple of pages later, I realized that I had never named the child. I wondered, "Could I write an entire story without ever giving the main character a name?"

I have a deep and abiding interest in religion and mythology, and these two theme appear over and over again in my fantasy. My horror tends to be about things ending, people dying, and the world changing for the darker. I like to say that my horror describes the world as I see it, and my fantasy describes the world as I would like it to be.