You’ve got quite a while before you reach your destination, so why don’t you pull on over the the next rest stop, stretch your legs, hit the can, and then settle back with Stuart R. West as he chews the fat with Kevin David Anderson, whose new book, Midnight Men: The Supernatural Adventures of Earl and Dale, is now available in print and ebook.
The Kindle edition of Edward Newton’s Horrorfrost is now available!
Twenty years ago, Roman Carver turned his back on civilization and retreated to the mountains for a simpler, albeit more rugged existence. During that time, he’s had to face a number of predators that threatened his new way of life, but nothing that he’s encountered in the past could have prepared him for this new threat.
There’s something in the white…
It came with the snow, perfectly camouflaged. It destroyed Roman’s cabin, forcing him to seek aid at the nearby Enchanted Points Ski Resort. But then it razed the resort, leaving behind a rag-tag band of survivors.
…and it’s hungry.
Now, in white-out conditions and a temperature that continues to drop, it’s up to Roman to lead them all to safety. But the weather isn’t their only obstacle. First, there’s the creature. Then there’s the wall around town that the creature has been building. And then there’s what’s on the other side of the wall…
We know it’s early in the year, but figured we want you get everybody into the Christmas spirit, and around here, that can only mean one thing… Deathlehem! And while Jeffrey Kosh never fails to bring to the table, we think he outdid himself with this year’s cover. Don’t worry, there are plenty of slots available. The text is pickup from last year. So without further ado, we are proud to present the cover of this year’s Christmas anthology, Santa Claws is Coming to Deathlehem!
In celebration of Women in Horror Month, we are pleased to announce that we will be publishing Cheryl Low’s novella, The Midnight Lullaby, later this year. You won’t want to miss this ghostly tale.
Check out this review of Dave Jeffery’s Tooth & Claw! “Loved this fun take on werewolfery! Dave Jeffery delivers a high octane ride!” –Steve Stred