Monday, September 20, 2021

Coming Soon to a Bookstore Near YOU!

This week'ssubkect is whatever strikes our fancy, an as this is almost out, it's my fancy.

HALLOWEEN NIGHTS is the anthology that almostr wasn't.

ery seriousoy, almost didn't come up with the lust of possible authors, almost didn't ask if they were interested, almost didn;t ask the cover artiwst, the amazing DanB Brereton for cover art...

But here we are. Two months )maybe three) later, the stories are all in, the layout is complete and likely being uploaded today, tomorrow latest. All hecause I love Halloween and was thinking it woud be kind of cool if the entire book of stories was done by people who wouod actually be at an event where I wanted the book to debut. Every contriutor was supposed to be there. And then Vocid reared its ugly hed nd the event was cancelled. and because most of the work was already done, I decided to come out with the book anyways.

And here's the basics:

A Blurb, simly because I wanted to share the book with one of my writer friends and he decided to read it in one night and then decided to offer a blurb.

“Halloween Nights is a brilliant and disturbing collection of horror tales by some of today’s finest writers. Chilling, unexpected, and unnerving fun!” -Jonthan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of RELENTLESS and V-WARS

Here's that cover I mentioned, how cool is this?

And a list of stories that absoluteoy blows my mind:

The Trial of Abigail Pierce by Bracken MacLeod

1 I’m Not Gonna Make It by Christopher Golden and Brian Keene

Kettle by Dan Brereton and James A. Moore

The Cemetery On Blackwell Road by James A. Moore

Marigolds For Flesh by V. Castro

Beneath The Veil by John McIlveen

Mr. Flexxo Discontinued by Sheri Sebastian-Gabriel

My Favorite Halloween Memory by Jeff Strand

Stains by Richard Chizmar and Billy Chizmar

Hannah by Mary SanGiovanni

Night Boy by Errick Nunnally

No One Will Believe You by Trisha J. Wooldridge

Rawhead by Hilary Monahan

I'm still shaking my head over this one...

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