Christmas Eve is the time to gather ’round the fire place with friends and family and share some spooky stories. Just in time for the holiday, the Kindle edition of The Colour Out of Deathlehem is now available! Print should be available soon.
This is just a reminder that we will be closing the submission window on November 25, 2021. It will re-open again on January 2, 2022. The only manuscripts that can be submitted during this time are Deathlehem manuscripts, and that’s only if the collection has not yet been filled.
You’ve read the story. Now hear it live, one night only. And what better place to hear a story about a Christmas witch than witch city itself, Salem, MA. Stay tuned for more details.
New Release, Now Available
Our deepest fears come in many forms. The seen and the hidden. The real and the imagined. The flesh and the incorporeal. Between the covers of this book, you’ll find a bit of all this. Monsters, real and imagined. The familiar and the alien. So open the book. Be prepared to confront your worst fears.
What is your deepest fear? Things that exist in plain sight? Those that hide in the darkest corners of your soul?
Things That Don’t Belong in the Light
Epub & Other eBook retailers: https://books2read.com/u/3Lw1rJ
The horror community has lost one of their own this month. Joe McKinney, author of the Dead World series and co-author of Lost Girl of the Lake, passed away on July 13, 2021. Our hearts go out to his family and friends.
The third edition of Jeffrey Kosh’s Dead Men Tell No Tales is now available for Kindle pre-order. This edition sports a beautiful new cover designed by the author. Paperback will be available soon. This title releases on July 8, 2021.
Just received confirmation that we will have a table at the Merrimack Valley Halloween Book Festival on October 9th, 2021. So mark your calendars. That’s October 9th, 2021, at the Haverhill Public Library, from 10 am- 4:30 pm.
Welcome to Peculiar County, where…
…witches lurk in the shadows.
…a menacing creature haunts the skies.
…the dead refuse to stay dead.
When the ghost of a murdered boy appears to fifteen-year-old Dibby Caldwell and pleads with her to help him, she’s determined to find out what happened to the boy, much to the consternation of many of the townsfolk, who advise her to drop the matter. There’s no point in stirring up old memories and picking at the scabs of healed over wounds. But the boy won’t leave Dibby alone, so she must continue her investigation and soon learns some people will stop at nothing to keep the secret buried.
Jason Hill’s Horror Hill is featuring part two of Kevin David Anderson’s “Kandy with a K” on their podcast. You can give it a listen here. You can also find it on YouTube. If you like what you hear, consider checking out Midnight Men: The Supernatural Adventures of Earl & Dale at Amazon or your favorite local bookseller for even more supernatural adventures of Earl and Dale, two truckers who fearlessly—and sometimes with a bit of humor—kick some supernatural evil ass.
Coming Soon: We’ll be expanding our Young Adult selection with the re-issue of Stuart R. West’s coming of age tale, Peculiar County.
Cover by Jeffrey Kosh