Ginger Nuts of Horror
Penguin Books have just announced that G.W. Dahlquist's classic novel The Glass books of The Dream Eaters is to be released as a serial E-book.
The Glass books of The Dream Eaters was originally published in 2006 and here are some of the nice things people said about it, then and more recently:
The first four parts are available for to download now from Amazon.
The 2012 Bram Stoker Awards have just been revealed. Congratulations to all of the winners. The full list of winners can view by clicking the read more link
Great news for horror fans and in particular for zombie fans. David Moody, who is one of the finest exponents of the zombie genre has just announced the release of Autumn: The Human Condition. The book will be available in both a limited edition Hardcover, and as a trade paperback. Both available from Infected Press. For more information click the read more link
“This is my gift. This is my legacy. This is my curse…”
BLOOD ON THE PAGE is the first book in a series collecting all of Brian Keene’s short fiction. Included in this volume are such critically-acclaimed and fan favorite stories as “Burying Betsy”, “Dust”, “The Resurrection and The Life”, “I Am An Exit”, “Fast Zombies Suck”, “Bunnies In August”, “I Sing A New Psalm”, and many more.
Hell's Muse came from a very dark, angry place. Originally it was going to be nothing more than a tool to exercise a few ugly demons from my system. The first chapter begged me 'write'. And so I did. I gave over to those dark demons and allowed the narrative to drag me to Hell (as it were).
The demons, I must confess, were born of the publishing industry and its treatment of indie authors. I felt it necessary to infect a story with the dark side of a business that most readers are usually shielded from. Add in fallen ruler of Hell, a fallen king of the horror genre, a few fallen victims and blend them until the pulpy whole is a vicious mix.
On the Lips of Children, now available on Amazon, from Mark Matthews and Books of the Dead Press.
It all started with a predawn run in San Diego. The trail was dark, and I ran by faith, not by sight, through a path with homeless men strewn about and the specter of Tijuana's drug cartels not far off in the distance.
The ideas came forth like sweat, and what I have left is a novel I'm very proud of. It’s the story of a tattoo artist, his human canvass, and their child who get kidnapped by a blood-thirsty tweaker family living in a San Diego to Tijuana drug tunnel. It's a visceral story of the fine line between pleasure and pain and the things we will endure for what we love. Mother is the name for God on the Lips of All Children, and love for family is at the root of this unforgettable novel.
Don't take my word for it, read these advanced reviews:
My Dad has cancer. More than one kind in fact. He's fighting hard, but cancer is a devious bugger. It hides, it lurks, and it pounces when you think it's down and defeated.
Johnny will appearing at the Calstock Arts Festival later on this year, with all proceeds from the door going to charity.
The sleepy English locality of Middletown is about to get even sleepier, as a strange malady starts to affect the population. It spreads quickly, causing the authorities to quarantine this small city, and seek out the only person who might be able to help: Doctor Andrew Strauss. However, Strauss has a secret, one that has linked him to this place all his life, one that has linked him to a particular person there, though he doesn’t yet know who. But he’s not the only one hiding things – and as he ventures into Middletown to collect samples with an army escort, a mixture of UK and US troops, cracks soon begin to appear in the operation. Especially when his team come up against the most terrifying threat humankind has ever known… From the imagination of the award-winning and bestselling author of Who’s Been…? and RED (optioned for film and turned into an award-winning feature script), this chilling reworking of another well-loved fairy tale reads like a heady mix of The Andromeda Strain, Inception,Outbreak and Quatermass, and is a tale that’s bound to delight genre fans the world over.
Cover artist: Ben Baldwin
Scheduled release: Soon
Introduction by: David Moody
Edited by: Joe Mynhardt
The headline pretty much says it all. In addition to being available in paperback, EARTHWORM GODS II: DELUGE is now also available for Kindle and Nook.
With this publication, the entire EARTHWORM GODS TRILOGY is now complete, and all three volumes are available in both paperback and digital. For more information, visit their individual pages:
Earthworm Gods II: Deluge
Earthworm Gods III: Selected Scenes From the End of the World