It’s almost October!

September saw a couple of new (very different) releases. E is for Exorcism is the fifth book in the A-Z of Horror series of anthologies and can be found here.

The Little Bat That Could is the debut children’s book from writer and illustrator Gemma Paul and is a delightful tale for little monsters aged 4-7 (available here). Gemma’s second book, The Mummy Walks At Midnight is coming October 21st, perfect for Halloween.

As we head into the spookiest month of the year, things start to get very busy. October sees our 3rd year of 31 Days of Horror, a list of recommended books from short stories to novellas, anthologies to novels. The full list will go on our blog tomorrow.

October sees a whopping four releases from us! On October 14th we will be launching Keep It Inside & Other Weird Tales by Mark Anthony Smith, a delightfully dark collection of short stories and flash fiction. This book is currently available to pre order here.

October 14th 2020

On October 21st comes The Mummy Walks At Midnight by Gemma Paul, part of a series of books called the Kreepy Kids Collection. Keep an eye on our website for details of that nearer the time.

October 21st 2020

Book Six in the A-Z of Horror Series will be coming October 28th. F is for Fear contains a superb mix of phobia-themed stories you won’t want to miss. Pre orders will be available from the 20th.

And lastly, our exciting charity project, It Came From The Darkness, will be launched October 30th. This is a collection of drabbles, poetry, and artwork from a huge range of writers, poets, artists, filmmakers, and actors. You can find out more about the project here.

The last thing we wanted to mention is that there is a Halloween Book Fair taking place on Facebook, showcasing a huge range of books at 99p or free, as well as the chance to win some Amazon gift cards. Full details here

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