Cover Reveal – Lead Me to the Dark

Coming March 17th, the debut novel from filmmaker James Twyman…

Review copies available now, email to request one.

An ancient race lurks in the darkness, steering humanity for centuries in a direction which suits their desires. All the while, the Earth’s population remain largely oblivious to their existence.

When an archaeological discovery is made, these creatures are forced to respond, setting off a bloody chain of events which could result in their downfall.

Journalist Amy finds herself embroiled in a career-changing story but soon discovers that reality is far different to what she had previously believed. With Lily, her terminally ill daughter, to care for, Amy is forced to make horrific decisions as she faces monsters that should be confined to nightmares. What would Amy sacrifice to save her child? Can a path of darkness ever bring light to the world? Will humanity survive the impending storm of brutality?

Lead Me to the Dark is the gritty, blood-spattered debut novel from James Twyman.

2022 Round-Up & 6 Freebies!

This year saw the release of 29 books from Red Cape and Little Red’s, comprising of a mix of anthologies, single-author collections, children’s books, novellas, novels, plus a whole stack of audiobooks!

Find out more at the links below…


L is for Lycans

M is for Medical

N is for Nautical

O is for Outbreak

The Nookienomicon


Hot Off the Press

Short Story Collections

Barriers by David F. Gray

Love & Other Dead Things by Astrid Addams

Bone Carver by Gemma Paul

Six Days of Violence by P.J. Blakey-Novis & David Paul Harris

Shadows of Death by Dee Caples & David Paul Harris

A Symphony of Horror by Gemma Paul


Any Which Way but South Wales by David Owain Hughes

All Roads Lead to South Wales by David Owain Hughes

Exist by Caroline Angel

The Eternal by Timothy Friesenhahn


Scavengers of the Sun by Adrian Meredith

Go It Alone by Monster Smith

Play Now, Cry Later by Antoinette Caswell-Corvo (3 novellas in 1 book)

Short Stories

Blurred & Fractured Memories by P.J. Blakey-Novis

Sister Mary by P.J. Blakey-Novis

Monsters A-Z written and illustrated by Gemma Paul

The Monster Club Book One by Gemma Paul

The Boy from Saturn written by P.J. Blakey-Novis and illustrated by Leanne Blakey-Novis

Aya & Friends written by Cortney Palm and illustrated by Leanne Blakey-Novis

The Smile that Saved the World written by Keith Price and illustrated by Leanne Blakey-Novis

Niko’s Nightmare Portal Pet by Nat Whiston

Niko’s Nightmare: Invasion of the Portal Pets by Nat Whiston

And finally, as a thank you to all our readers, P.J. is offering all six of his collections for FREE over the Christmas period. That’s a total of 38 short horror stories across Embrace the Darkness, Tunnels, The Artist, Karma, The Place Between Worlds, and Home.

2023 Teaser!

We will be sharing a round-up of this year tomorrow but for now, here’s a taster of what we have coming in 2023. Our releases are now set through to next Christmas with a huge variety coming your way!

From Red Cape Publishing… next year’s horror!

More issues of Cauldron of Chaos

Two collections of short horror stories from Mark Cassell

Two new novellas from Mark Anthony Smith

A-Z of Horror Series (Poltergeist, Quantum, Revenge) Letters S, T, and U with themes to be confirmed.

A new collection of short horror stories from JC Michael

An epic vampire novel from James Twyman

The debut novelette from William Perry

A new anthology from the creators of Castle Heights and Unceremonious

A new collaboration from P.J. Blakey-Novis and David Paul Harris

A collection of short horror stories from Caroline Angel

196 Days Later by Chisto Healy

A new series from Craig Crawford

Our first non-fiction horror work with Jay Michaels

And a new, supernatural novel from P.J. Blakey-Novis.

There are several more to be announced once details are finalised.

From Little Red’s Publishing

Smelly Bus by Tony Sands

The Witch & the Dinosaur by Joe Duncombe

Niko’s Nightmare Book Three by Nat Whiston

Jack Devlin & the Roman Curse by John Clewarth

The last release of ’22

December 23rd sees our final release of 2022! We will be posting a round-up of the year on Friday, as well as a teaser of what we have coming in 2023.

Niko’s Nightmare: Invasion of the Portal Pets is the second book in the Niko’s Nightmare trilogy from Nat Whiston, aimed at readers aged 8-12. Available from Amazon.

The adventure continues for Niko and his friends as they face the invasion of the portal pets! With the gateway open and Bob’s army rushing through, Niko must be ready for battle. Teaming up with his new friend Rhiannon, the pair must rescue their parents, and save the world from these strange, tentacled creatures. Will they have what it takes to defeat the invaders? Find out in Niko’s Nightmare: Invasion of the Portal Pets, Book Two in the Niko’s Nightmare series.

Book One – Niko’s Nightmare Portal Pet is available for Kindle, in paperback and audio now! Find it on Amazon.

New children’s book in time for Christmas!

Stuck for last minute Christmas gift ideas? December 16th sees the release of The Smile that Saved the World, a delightful rhyming tale for readers aged 4-8. Written by Keith Price & Illustrated by Leanne Blakey-Novis.

Never underestimate the power of a smile!
From the girl who loves to dance and twirl, to the goat fixing his boat, and the ape all covered in tape, the power of a smile spreads… until it’s big enough to save the world! Available to order for Kindle here. Paperback available from Friday!

Check out our other children’s books on Amazon!