New Horror, New Crime, New Audio!

Today sees the release of Book Ten in the A-Z of Horror Series of anthologies! J is for Jack-o’-Lantern is now available from Amazon for Kindle and in paperback. Coming soon to Audible.

J is for Jack-o’-Lantern, the tenth book in an epic series of twenty-six horror anthologies. Within these pages you will find a collection of thirteen disturbing stories from some of the most creative independent horror writers on the scene today. While each tale features a Jack-0’-Lantern at its core, the events taking place around it are wildly varied. From Halloween pranks going too far to creatures stalking their prey, from evil entities of the Underworld to Halloween slashers, J is for Jack-o’-Lantern will make every day feel like October 31st… Just don’t let that candle go out!

Next week sees the release of South by Southwest Wales by David Owain Hughes, a gritty crime thriller and the first in a new series. The book is currently available to pre-order for Kindle here.

July 14th saw the release of Demons Never Die which features stunning artwork from David Paul Harris and flash fiction from P.J. Blakey-Novis. First reviews have been excellent and we will be announcing a special edition hardback later in the year. You can grab the paperback from Amazon now.

The past week we have seen two new releases onto Audible and iTunes.

It Came From The Darkness is a collection of 100 word stories and poems from a wealth of talented writers, filmmakers, and actors, all in aid of the Max the Brave Fund.

Six! is a collection of short horror stories from Mark Cassell that you won’t want to miss!

We currently have review codes available for these titles and many more on our audio page.

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