Ginger Nuts of Horror
Hello folks, still got some Christmas money and book tokens to spend? You do, great, why not check out some of these books. I think you like them. Click on the images to oder / preorder the books.
It's Guy Adams birthday today. So why not help him celebrate it by buying a copy of his latest fantastic new book. Once Upon a Time in Hell.
'Heaven? Hell? There's no difference. Angels, demons, we're all a bit of both. This could be the most wondrous place you ever experience or so terrifying it makes you pray for death. Not that death would help you, of course; there s no escape from here...' Wormwood has appeared, and for twenty-four hours the gateway to the afterlife is wide open. But just because a door is open doesn't mean you should step through it... Those who have travelled to reach the town are realising that the challenges they've already faced were nothing compared to what lies ahead. The afterlife has an agenda of its own, and with scheming on both sides of reality, the revelations to come may change the world forever.
Stay tuned for a brand new interview with the man himself......
Stay tuned folks for my roundup of who I think are going to be the movers and shakers in the UK's horror fiction scene in 2014.
This brand new anthology edited by S.P. Miskowski, and Kate Jonez, is available to purchase now. Featuring stories from such genre greats as Lynda E. Rucker, James Everington, and Mercedes Lackey.
To celebrate its launch click here for a guest post from S.P. Miskowski.
Often the most powerful and moving stories are generated by writers who return time and again to a particular idea, theme, or image. Obsession in a writer's imagination can lead to accomplishment or to self-destruction. Consider Poe and his pale, dead bride; his fascination with confinement and mortality; his illness and premature death. Or Flannery O'Connor's far less soul-crushing fondness for peacocks. Some writers pay a high price for their obsessions, while others maintain a crucial distance. Whichever the case, obsessions can produce compelling fiction.
Little Visible Delight is an anthology of original stories in which eleven authors of dark fiction explore some their most intimate, writerly obsessions.
The Receiver of Tales by Lynda E. Rucker
Needs Must When the Devil Drives by Cory J. Herndon
A Thousand Stitches by Kate Jonez
The Point by Johnny Worthen
Calligraphy by James Everington
This Many by S.P. Miskowski
JP by Brent Michael Kelley
Kestrel by Mary Borsellino
An Unattributed Lyric, In Blood, On a Bathroom Wall by Ennis Drake
Black Eyes Broken by Mercedes M. Yardley
Bears: A Fairy Tale of 1958 by Steve Duffy
The Swan River Press Reader is now available as a Free Download in two formats. Included is a selection of stories and extracts from each of their books in print, plus interviews with the authors and editors. Hopefully you'll find something you like!
Download for Kindle (mobi)
Download for Nook (ePub)
(Right click and select "Save As" to download to your computer.)
The contents of The Swan River Press Reader will evolve as new titles are published and older titles go out of print. Updates will be announced through their mailing list, Facebook and Twitter, so keep in touch!
"In Hiding" from Ghosts
"The 1909 Proserpine Prize" from Seventeen Stories
"The Still, Cold Air" from Here with the Shadows
Steve Rasnic Tem
Excerpt from Longsword
"In the Garden" from The Old Knowledge
"A Note to the Reader" from Old Albert
Brian J. Showers
"Inheritance" from Strange Epiphanies
"Self Catering" from The Sea Change
"Silver on Green" from Written by Daylight
"Carden in Capaea" from Selected Stories
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This has been a funny old year with some great ups and some terrible downs. At one point I was all ready to jack to this in. Then I remembered that you can't keep a Ginger down, let alone a Ginger Nut.
So to all of those who supported me this year by reading, commenting, and sharing my little corner of the internet, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Your support means the world to me, hope you all have a fantastic Christmas, and here's to 2014, lets make it the best year ever