Saturday, September 1, 2012

For your reading pleasure...

Our latest release, Fading Light: An Anthology of the Monstrous, is now available! You can purchase it here, here, or for the paperback--here. What you'll receive for your money is 25 stories jam-packed with darkness. There is also a companion book of 5 tales that didn't make the anthology, but are still worthy in their own right. It can be purchased for a mere 99 cents here. Or, if you buy the paperback version of the anthology and email us at, we will give you a coupon for a free eCopy of the companion.

We are incredibly proud of this anthology. Tim Marquitz has done a brilliant job as editor and the writers knocked this one out of the park with solid stories. Here's the synopsis:

The light has failed: the era of man is at its end.

Born of darkness, the creatures of myth, legend, and nightmare have long called the shadows home. Now, with the cruel touch of the sun fading into memory, they've returned to claim their rightful place amidst humanity: as its masters.

Fading Light collects 25 monstrous stories by authors new and experienced, in the genres of horror, science fiction, and fantasy, each bringing their own interpretation of what lurks in the dark.

Contributors: Mark Lawrence, Gene O'Neill, William Meikle, David Dalglish, Gord Rollo, Nick Cato, Adam Millard, Stephen McQuiggan, Gary W Olson, Tom Olbert, Malon Edwards, Carl Barker, Jake Elliot, Lee Mather, Georgina Kamsika, Dorian Dawes, Timothy Baker, DL Seymour, Wayne Ligon, TSP Sweeney, Stacey Turner, Gef Fox, Edward M Erdelac, Henry P Gravelle, & Ryan Lawler.

You'll notice it also has a stellar list of contributors. Thank you to all who worked on this project and thank you to all who purchase it. Let us know what you think by leaving a review: good, bad, or otherwise.
We also have another book  we released slightly earlier in the month: Horrorism by Scott M. Goriscak. You may know Scott from his many anthology appearances, in Satan's Toybox and also anthologies from Netbound, Rymfire, and other presses. He's a prolific short story writer who loves to pour the scares on.
Horrorism is no exception. This is a collection of nine of Scott's best stories, three previously published and six brand new tales. The scares range from menacing fuzzy creatures to ghosts to the dark side of human nature. Fans of Scott's will recognize his trademark ability to take you from ordinary to frightening in his roller-coaster, quick style.

You can buy Horrorism here. Again, we welcome your thoughts on any of our publications. Authors love to hear what you have to say!

Happy Reading,


  1. Great lineup for the anthology, can't wait to read it! And I'm a big fan of Scott's work, so another book I'll be buying asap!

    Keep up the great work with these solid releases!

    Armand Rosamilia

  2. Thank you, Armand! One of your great works is on the horizon as well!



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