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Welcome to Red Cape Publishing, a new, modern publishing house dedicated to promoting to best independent and small-press releases. Red Cape was born out of a desire to spread the word about the indie scene, firmly believing that promoting other people’s work is of benefit to everyone.
This idea really took off with the launch of Indie Writers Review, giving authors the chance to be interviewed and have their books reviewed, as well as providing a great way for readers to discover some less-known books and their writers. You can also read the reviews and interviews on this website.
This dedication to promoting the fantastic talents of independent authors then led to the creation of Boxes of Blood, a totally unique service, which helps readers find great horror stories, and serves the writers by increasing their exposure and sales.
Under the umbrella of Red Cape Publishing, we also have Red Cape Graphic Design, specialising in book covers, logos, social media posts, bookmarks, as well as non-book related work such as price lists, posters, and even party invitations!
Under the Book Shop tab, you can find the current works by P.J. Blakey-Novis, Caroline Angel, Antoinette Corvo, and the various anthologies that we are putting together, and a selection of recommended books from other authors.
So have a look around, grab yourself a book, or a Box of Blood, and if there is anything we can help you with feel free to drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re enjoying our content then consider supporting us on Patreon. There are some awesome perks to being one of our Patrons, from short stories to free books and a thank you inside future anthologies.
Thanks to our current Patrons – David Green, Tim Kellum, Lesley Drane, and Verona Jones.
Red Cape Publishing are proud to be a member of the Horror Authors Guild. Horror Authors Guild (HAG) is a non-profit group with interests in celebrating and rewarding those in the genre of horror, dark literature, and art.