Update time! I had some emails from concerned authors who had noticed we hadn't updated a blog post in a while. That's my fault. I sometimes forget that not everyone is on Facebook. However, if you are, please like our page for more frequent updates, book excerpts, and general festivities. I lied. There are no festivities. Like us anyway. Pretty please with cobwebs and blood spatter on top.
And the picture above has absolutely nothing to do with this post except that I'm pretty sure I've looked like that more than a few times lately. If only I could figure out how to float...
Well, I want you to know that while we've had a few delays in our schedule lately, we have some fantastic things coming up in the next few months I'm really excited about. We've released Manifesto UF, the new urban anthology edited by Tim Marquitz and Tyson Mauermann. It's available everywhere in eFormat. We've had a bit of an issue with the cover, but the print version should be available in the next week or so.
Also available in the next few weeks will be the anthology No Place Like Home: Tales from a Fractured Future. This anthology is a fantastic blend of horror and scifi that imagines some very dark futures, and yet, these futures seem all together too plausible. And if that doesn't scare you, I don't know what will.
We're also working on our first foray into the Young Adult genre. Kim Williams Justesen has written a fabulous YA novel entitled Death's Kiss. It captures the genuine emotions of loss and longing, with a powerful supernatural aspect. You won't look at death quite the same afterward.
We also have our second dip into the zombie genre (the first being Fifty Shades of Decay), with a novella by newcomer Anthony Armstrong. Cadaver Dogs follows a group of survivors, centering on Eric. When Eric makes a gruesome and startling discovery, he must decide whether to break the rules of the group, or forever give up on the ties of the past.
And just in time for Halloween, we'll be releasing the anthology, Fairly Wicked Tales. Be warned: these are not your childhood fairy tales. These tales ask what really happened. We all know the victors write history. So who tells the villains side? Twenty three brilliant authors rose to the challenge.
Following that we have books forthcoming from authors Suzi M., Aaron Gudmunson, and Kirk Dougal. As well as new installments in the Southern Hauntings Saga and the Wysteria Hedge Haven Clan series.
Oh, and keep your eyes open for several upcoming submissions calls. Your not going to want to miss out on these anthologies!