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New releases & free books!

Today sees the release of The Cat That Caught The Canary by Antoinette Corvo, a dark drama set in the world of New York theatre. This is the third book of Antoinette’s we have published, following Dirges in the Dark and The Ivory Tower. Available for Kindle and in paperback from Amazon here.

Last Wednesday also saw the third release from Caroline Angel with the dystopian horror novel Less. Available for Kindle and in paperback from Amazon here. Caroline’s previous books, Madman Across the Water and The Curse Awakens can now be purchased as a two-book set here.

From Caroline Angel, author of Madman Across The Water and Origin of Evil, comes the dystopian horror novel Less. When Sam and the staff of the Blue Dawn Diner arrive at work one morning, it only takes a moment to see that something is very wrong. The streets of the usually-bustling town are eerily quiet – even the birds are silent. Sam and his friends soon discover that the world has changed beyond all comprehension, throwing them into a battle for survival as they try to create a new life and a new community. Coming up against other survivors and horrifying creatures, the group are forced to adapt quickly. Will the group survive long enough to find answers? Will they do what is needed to protect their community? Will humanity thrive again, even when there are Less?

Our next release will be the seventh book in the A-Z of Horror Series – G is for Genies. Now available to pre order ahead of launch of December 9th here. To mark the occasion, A is for Aliens will be free from tomorrow to Saturday (26th to 28th). There is now a handy link to purchase the full series on Amazon with one click – UK and US.

We’ve had a few updates on Audible and are able to offer FREE audio books in exchange for an honest review. Last week saw the release of Dirges in the Dark in audio format and we can provide review codes for this book and Madman Across the Water. Just email redcapepublishing@outlook.com to request a free code.

Currently in production are The Cat That Caught The Canary, The Curse Awakens, and Less. Already recorded and pending approval by Audible are The Vegas Rift, A is for Aliens, The Ivory Tower, and Keep It Inside & Other Weird Tales.

We’d like to finish with an update about the charity anthology, It Came From The Darkness. The book has sold really well since its launch on October 30th and has raised more than £250 for the Max the Brave Fund already. If you haven’t already got a copy, you can find it here.

November News

Current Projects – Over the last couple of weeks we have been working on book seven in the A-Z of Horror Series: G is for Genies. Contracts are signed and the book is almost ready to go, with a release date of December 9th. Submissions are open until the end of Sunday (15th) for H is for Hell and we’ve received almost 100 stories for this book!

G is for Genies: A-Z of Horror Book Seven.

Includes stories by David Green, Chisto Healy, Astrid Addams, Craig Crawford, Dale Parnell, Armand Rosamilia, Mark Anthony Smith, Joshua Boliard, Daniel R. Robichaud, Lee Franklin, Monster Smith, C. Marry Hultman, and Lynette S. Hoag. Coming December 9th

November Releases – This week saw the release of the third children’s monster book from Gemma Paul. A Very Zombie Christmas is available here.

Out Now!

Next Wednesday we bring you the apocalyptic horror novel, Less, by Caroline Angel. You can pre order Less now here.

Coming November 18th 2020

November 25th sees the release of The Cat That Caught The Canary by Antoinette Corvo, a dark, gritty novella about a teenage runaway desperate to work in the theatre. More details to follow.

This week also saw us sign David Owain Hughes and his insane novella Bow-Legged Buccaneers from Outer Space. More details to follow about this as we approach release in February 2021.

And just a little heads up to those of you that read these updates, the outstanding cosmic-horror novel The Vegas Rift by David F. Gray is going to be reduced to 77p/99c this Friday-Sunday! This is a book you won’t want to miss out on. Available through Amazon.

Less by Caroline Angel

Red Cape Publishing are excited to announce the release of Less by Caroline Angel on November 18th 2020.

Blurb: From Caroline Angel, author of Madman Across The Water and Origin of Evil, comes the dystopian horror novel Less. When Sam and the staff of the Blue Dawn Diner arrive at work one morning, it only takes a moment to see that something is very wrong. The streets of the usually-bustling town are eerily quiet – even the birds are silent. Sam and his friends soon discover that the world has changed beyond all comprehension, throwing them into a battle for survival as they try to create a new life and a new community. Coming up against other survivors and horrifying creatures, the group are forced to adapt quickly. Will the group survive long enough to find answers? Will they do what is needed to protect their community? Will humanity thrive again, even when there are Less?

Find out more about the author here.

Pre order now live on Amazon

New releases for Halloween!

Today sees the launch of the sixth book in the A-Z of Horror Series: F is for Fear. Includes stories by Ariel Dodson, Bryan Miller, C.M. Rosens, Damir Salkovic, David Green, Donna Cuttress, Kim M. Munsamy, Lee Franklin, Mark Anthony Smith, Max Carrey, P.J. Blakey-Novis, Renee Miller, and Rober Burnett. Available now for Kindle and in paperback here.

Coming Friday 30th! It Came From The Darkness, a charity anthology in aid of Max the Brave Fund. This special project contains a huge selection of drabbles, poems, and artwork from an impressive list of authors, poets, artists, actors, and film makers within the horror community. Available to pre order ahead of Friday’s release here.

Coming November 18th

From Caroline Angel, author of Madman Across The Water and Origin of Evil, comes the dystopian horror novel Less. When Sam and the staff of the Blue Dawn Diner arrive at work one morning, it only takes a moment to see that something is very wrong. The streets of the usually-bustling town are eerily quiet – even the birds are silent. Sam and his friends soon discover that the world has changed beyond all comprehension, throwing them into a battle for survival as they try to create a new life and a new community. Coming up against other survivors and horrifying creatures, the group are forced to adapt quickly. Will the group survive long enough to find answers? Will they do what is needed to protect their community? Will humanity thrive again, even when there are Less?