From Kandisha Press – THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY
Women of Horror Anthology Vol. 3
Coming 1st February 2021
What doesn’t kill me, might make me kill you!
30 women authors from around the world were challenged to write about The One That Got Away. Here you’ll find tales of unrequited love, blind dates gone wrong, stalkers and their prey, cursed guitars, alien symbiotes, sinister letters, and bitter acts of revenge. Dive into these murky depths and discover what hides inside the minds of women scorned.
With Foreword by Gwendolyn Kiste (Bram Stoker award winning author of The Rust Maidens)
Edited by Jill Girardi
Featuring chilling tales from:
Carmen Baca, Ushasi Sen Basu, Ashley Burns, R.A. Busby, Amira Krista Calvo, Dawn DeBraal, Shawnna Deresch, Ellie Douglas, Amy Grech, KC Grifant, Meg Hafdahl, Rowan Hill, Stevie Kopas, Michelle Renee Lane, Catherine McCarthy, Villimey Mist, Mocha Pennington, Janine Pipe, Lydia Prime, Paula RC Readman, Marsheila Rockwell, Lucy Rose, Rebecca Rowland, Yolanda Sfetsos, Haddassah Shiradski, Barrington Smith-Seetachitt, J Snow, Sonora Taylor, Faith Pierce, Demi-Louise Blackburn
Press Release – The A-Z of Horror Book Eight: H is for Hell
Red Cape Publishing are proud to announce the release of H is for Hell on January 13th 2021.
H is for Hell, the eighth book in an epic series of twenty-six horror anthologies. In this book you will find a collection of thirteen horrific tales from some of the most talented independent horror writers on the scene today. Each tale brings to life a different vision of Hell, each unlike anything you have read before. H is for Hell will take you to the depths of the Underworld and you may not return unscathed.
Includes stories by Daniel R. Robichaud, Bob Johnston, Holley Cornetto, Sarah Jane Huntington, Simon J. Plant, Monster Smith, Gemma Paul, N.M. Brown, Mo Donovan, John Clewarth, Elliott Capon, Eric Butler, and Todd K. Denick.
Find out more at http://www.redcapepublishing.com
Paperback and digital version, included in Kindle Unlimited, available from Amazon https://mybook.to/Hell
Paperback also available from Barnes & Noble.
The previous books in the series are all available for Kindle and in paperback from Amazon, as well as through Red Cape Publishing’s website.
A is for Aliens, B is for Beasts, C is for Cannibals, D is for Demons, E is for Exorcism, F is for Fear, and G is for Genies.
Series link US – https://mybook.to/AtoZSeries
Series link UK – https://mybook.to/AtoZSeriesUK
Press Release – The A-Z of Horror Book Seven: G is for Genies
Red Cape Publishing are proud to announce the release of G is for Genies on December 9th 2020.
Blurb: G is for Genies, the seventh book in an epic series of twenty-six horror anthologies. In this book you will find a collection of thirteen mystical tales from some of the most exciting independent writers on the scene today. What happens when you can have your every desire come true? What price must be paid for this gift? G is for Genies contains a variety of stories, from the innocent wishes of youth, to the horrors of a brutal serial killer, and everything in between.
Includes stories by Lynette S. Hoag, David Green, Chisto Healy, Monster Smith, Lee Franklin, Astrid Addams, C. Marry Hultman, Joshua Boliard, Craig Crawford, Mark Anthony Smith, Armand Rosamilia, Dale Parnell, and Daniel R. Robichaud.
- Find out more at http://www.redcapepublishing.com
- Paperback and digital version, included in Kindle Unlimited, available to pre order from Amazon https://mybook.to/Genies
- Paperback also available from Barnes & Noble. https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/g-is-for-genies-p-j-blakey-novis/1138116521
The Cat That Caught The Canary by Antoinette Corvo
Red Cape Publishing are pleased to announce the release of The Cat That Caught The Canary by Antoinette Corvo on November 25th 2020.
Blurb: From Antoinette Corvo, author of Dirges in the Dark and The Ivory Tower, comes The Cat That Caught The Canary – a hard-hitting drama. When an unloved child loses her only friend, she finds the courage to leave home and reinvent herself as Pearl Lancaster. Innocent and naïve, Pearl’s quest to become a theatre star puts her at the mercy of abusive teachers and predatory cult members. This is the story of one girl’s rise to fame and the desperate lengths she will go to in order to stay in the spotlight. Blood will be shed, tears will fall, but the show must go on.
- Find out more about the author at www.redcapepublishing.com/our-authors
- Paperback and digital version, included in Kindle Unlimited, at https://mybook.to/TheCat
A Very Zombie Christmas
Red Cape Publishing are proud to announce the release of A Very Zombie Christmas by Gemma Paul.
Blurb: This Christmas there is another one coming, one who won’t wear red. He has an army of zombies who are on the hunt for bodies. Spooky Christmas reading for ages 4-8.
Amazon – https://mybook.to/Zombie
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
The Mummy Walks At Midnight by Gemma Paul – Coming October 21st
Red Cape Publishing are proud to announce the release of The Mummy Walks At Midnight by Gemma Paul on October 21st 2020.
Blurb: The Mummy walks at midnight, that’s what the stories say. Are you brave enough to follow him and see where he goes? Join him on his adventure in the first of the Kreepy Kids Collection. Perfect for ages 4-7
Available from Amazon
Coming soon from Gemma Paul – A Very Zombie Christmas
New Release “The Little Bat That Could” by Gemma Paul
Red Cape Publishing are proud to announce the release of The Little Bat That Could by Gemma Paul on September 22nd 2020.
Blurb: The Little Bat yearns to explore the world he reads about in his books, but there is one small thing holding him back. Delve into this tale and see if he can make his dreams come true. Perfect for ages 4-7
Coming soon from Gemma Paul – The Mummy Walks At Midnight and A Very Zombie Christmas
Find out more at http://www.redcapepublishing.com
Paperback and digital version, included in Kindle Unlimited, available now at https://mybook.to/LittleBat
E is for Exorcism is coming!
The A-Z of Horror Book Five: E is for Exorcism
Red Cape Publishing are proud to announce the release of E is for Exorcism on September 16th 2020.
“E is for Exorcism, the fifth book in an epic series of twenty-six horror anthologies. Within these pages you will find a collection of thirteen sinister stories from some of the finest independent writers on the scene today. Feel the terror as the possessed wreak havoc and good does not always triumph over evil. E is for Exorcism contains a variety of nerve-jangling stories that will make you keep hold of that crucifix!“
Includes stories by S.P. Oldham, Michael Anthony Dioguardi, Maxine Kollar, Ethan K. Lee, Brian C. Mahon, Chisto Healy, Jeremy Billingsley, Mark Anthony Smith, Dona Fox, Kristina R. Mosley, Joshua Bartolome, P.J. Blakey-Novis, and Holley Cornetto.
Find out more at www.redcapepublishing.com
Paperback and digital version, included in Kindle Unlimited, available to pre order from Amazon from September 9th. Paperback also available from Barnes & Noble https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/e-is-for-exorcism-p-j-blakey-novis/1137062413
Red Cape Publishing and Philip Rogers 101 PR are proud to announce the upcoming release of It Came From the Darkness, a collection of 100-word stories and poems, interspersed with exclusive artwork. The book has been put together to raise money for the Max the Brave Fund (www.maxthebravefund.org) and will be released on October 30th, with pre orders available from the 23rd.
It Came From the Darkness is a unique collection of drabbles (stories of 100 words exactly) and artwork, compiled by Red Cape Publishing and Philip Rogers 101 PR in aid of the Max the Brave Fund. A huge number of horror writers, poets, artists, and film makers have come together to support the cause and offer the reader something special. Each piece of writing begins with the same five words, but the stories themselves are all wonderfully varied. So dig in, take each tale one bloody bite at a time, and beware of what comes from the darkness.
Cover artwork by David Paul Harris (www.davidpaulharris.com)
Contains work by C.L. Raven, Ross Baxter, Aimee Laban, C.M. Saunders, Owen Townend, Alain Elliott, Roma Gray, Bella Hamblin, Bill Pon, Philip Rogers, Tim Lebbon, Peter Germany, Mike T. Lyddon, John Ryan Howard, Carmilla Voiez, Chisto Healy, Theresa Jacobs, D.J. Doyle, Laurence Saunders, Monster Smith, Joe Duncombe, Peter Hearn, Michael Holiday, Eric LaRocca, Sam Mason Bell, Justin Boote, Dale Parnell, Ian F. White, Bazz Hancher, M.J. Dixon, Jamie Evans, Gareth Clegg, Janine Pipe, Pat Higgins, Chris Lloyd, Paul Downey, Russel Shore, Lou Yardley, David Owain Hughes, Tony Sands, Paul Rogers, Tiana Rogers, Matthew V. Brockmeyer, Gemma Paul, Mark Anthony Smith, Matthew Cash, Nick Stead, David Paul Harris, Huw Lloyd, Leanne Blakey-Novis, Tony Newton, L.A. Lopes, Anna Laban, Lee Franklin, P.J. Blakey-Novis, Martin W. Payne, J.C. Michael, Pablo Raybould, David Green, Reece Connolly, Cortney Palm, Mark Cassell, Mark Steensland, Art Autopsy, J.A. Sullivan, Maya Lall, Singh Lall, Tori Romero, Arthur M. Harper, Debbie Rochon, Jason McFiggins, Tony Mardon, Sean Breathnach, Matt Doyle, Dave Jeffery, David Gaskin, Alexander Churchyard, Clifford Beal, C.M. Angus, Cong Nguyen, Charlie Steeds, V. Castro, and Tracy Allen, Danni Winn, Tom Lee Rutter, Debra Lamb, Natasha Neale, Craig Fisher, Helen Laban, and Jonas Wolcher.
Elements of Horror Audio – Press Release
Red Cape Publishing are pleased to announce the release of all four books in the Elements of Horror series onto Audible and iTunes.
Earth (narrated by Matthew McClain) and Air, Fire, and Water (narrated by Michael Brusasco) include a selection of horror stories with a variety of takes on the theme.
The Elements of Horror series include stories by David F. Gray, Monster Smith, Daren Callow, Zachary Ashford, Carmilla Voiez, Dale Parnell, Andrew Bell, R.C. Rumple, Theresa Jacobs, P.J. Blakey-Novis, and more.
Available for Kindle (included in Kindle Unlimited), paperback, and audio through Amazon-
Earth – https://mybook.to/BookOneEarth
Water – https://mybook.to/BookFourWater
Press Release – Madman Across The Water: The Curse Awakens by Caroline Angel
Red Cape Publishing are excited to announce the release of The Curse Awakens by Caroline Angel on August 26th 2020. Madman Across The Water is just £1.99 until the 26th.
Blurb: Five years after the Wallis family put an end to the curse, destroying the creature which had plagued Campbelltown for generations, the townsfolk have adapted to a quieter way of life. Despite the perceived safety, most residents are still wary of venturing into the woods which had been the scene of so much bloodshed in the past. When a developer sets their sights on this area of unused land, it triggers a blood-soaked chain of events and the Wallis family soon realise that the creature had merely been dormant. Who will survive as The Curse Awakens in this terrifying sequel to Madman Across The Water?
Find out more about the author here
Paperback and digital version, included in Kindle Unlimited, at https://mybook.to/Curse
Hardback available from Barnes & Noble early September.
Join us for the online book launch.
Press Release – The A-Z of Horror Book Four: D is for Demons
Red Cape Publishing are proud to announce the release of D is for Demons on August 5th 2020.
D is for Demons, the fourth book in an epic series of twenty-six horror anthologies. Within these pages you will find a collection of thirteen terrifying stories from some of the finest independent writers on the scene today. From the disturbing to the humorous, from the gruesome to the psychological, D is for Demons contains a range unsettling stories that will make you sleep with the lights on!
Includes stories by Jessica Clem, Matt Doyle, Carmilla Voiez, Lesley Drane, David Green, P.J. Blakey-Novis, Molly Thynes, D.S. Ullery, Bryan Miller, J. Herrera Kamin, Mark Anthony Smith, Charles R. Bernard, and Dona Fox.
Find out more at www.redcapepublishing.com Paperback and digital version, included in Kindle Unlimited, here. Available to pre order for Kindle at just 99p until release day. Paperback also available from Barnes & Noble.
Join us for the online book launch here.
The Place Between Worlds – Press Release
July 22nd sees Red Cape Publishing release The Place Between Worlds & Other Stories by P.J. Blakey-Novis. This is the fifth collection of short horror stories, following on from Embrace the Darkness, Tunnels, The Artist, and Karma.
Blurb: The Place Between Worlds & Other Stories is the fifth collection of short horror stories from P.J. Blakey-Novis. From the frozen landscapes of Antarctica to deep beneath the North Atlantic, through dreamlike forests and rips in time, these short stories will take you beyond the familiarity of our world, into the place between. Includes the story Passing Through, winner of the Indipenned Short Story Contest 2020.
Join Us For The Online Book Launch HERE!
Press Release – The Vegas Rift
by David F. Gray
Red Cape Publishing are proud to announce the release of The Vegas Rift by David F. Gray on July 8th 2020. Blending science-fiction, fantasy, and cosmic horror, The Vegas Rift is a story of epic proportions.
From David F. Gray, author of Gamble’s Run, comes The Vegas Rift – An epic blend of science fiction, fantasy, and cosmic horror.
When Sam Carr becomes separated from his younger brother Doug during a trip to Las Vegas, he finds himself drawn into a world of unimaginable horrors. Through The Vegas Rift, Sam is taken to The Paradise, a sinister, Vegas-style hotel harboring dark secrets. Who is really running things behind the scenes? Will Sam reach Doug before it’s too late? Will they ever return to the world they left behind?
JOIN US ON 8TH JULY 2020 FOR THE ONLINE BOOK LAUNCH!
Press Release – The A-Z of Horror Book Three: C is for Cannibals
Red Cape Publishing are proud to announce the release of C is for Cannibals on June 24th 2020.
C is for Cannibals, the third book in an epic series of twenty-six horror anthologies. Within these pages you will find a collection of thirteen gut-wrenching stories from some of the finest independent writers on the scene today. From those with a taste for human flesh to people merely trying to survive, C is for Cannibals contains a range of twisted stories not for the weak of stomach. You have been warned!
Includes stories by Oscar Kirby, Charles R. Bernard, Evan Purcell, Lou Yardley, O.D. Smith, P.J. Blakey-Novis, Dale Parnell, R.C. Rumple, Aisling Campbell, J.L. Hoy, Kristofer Kinsella, Mark Anthony Smith, and Todd Jordan.
Find out more at www.redcapepublishing.com
Paperback and digital version, included in Kindle Unlimited, at https://mybook.to/Cannibals
Available to pre order for Kindle at just 99p until release day.
Paperback also available from Barnes & Noble
Join us for C is for CANNIBALS Book Launch.
A Reasonably Viable Marriage By Skip (Frank) Yetter
*OUT NOW ON AMAZON*
A Reasonably Viable Marriage reflects on human capacity to endure
EASTBOURNE – Local author Skip (Frank) Yetter has released his second novel, A Reasonably Viable Marriage, now available on Amazon.co.uk.
Inspired by Yetter’s friendship with Nguyen Thua Nghiep, an elderly Vietnamese man, the book is a fictional story based on Nghiep’s teachings and ideas about love and marriage. The story is about love, loss, redemption and the values that commit humans to one another. It is told from the perspective of an 83-year-old man as he struggles to remain close to his wife, who is in a care home suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
“I met Nghiep in a park in central Saigon in 2011,” Yetter said. “We quickly became fast friends, with many ideas and values in common, and we spoke and wrote extensively about our thoughts over the years. The idea for my novel came from his books’reflections on human values.”
Yetter and his wife, Gabrielle, frequently visited Nghiep and his family in Saigon on their trips to Vietnam while the couple were living in Cambodia.
“He was one of the most positive people I’ve known,” Yetter said about Nghiep, who died in 2016, “and his writing reflected his deep appreciation for the values in support of a structurally sound, healthy marriage, and in maintaining strong interpersonal relationships.”
The story follows Ben and Brenda Tremblay through their life growing up in a small Midwestern city in the US where Brenda’s father serves as mayor. Her father viewed Ben as an unworthy suitor for his daughter, and he proved an imposing obstacle to their budding love and eventual marriage. Confronted with his daughter’s unwavering commitment to her young suitor, the mayor relented, terming their imminent nuptials “a reasonably viable marriage.”
Ben and Brenda marry and begin a life together and they struggle to find their way through challenges and unthinkable loss. Yet the biggest challenge of their marriage occurs when Brenda is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
“A Reasonably Viable Marriage is about the human capacity for survival,” Yetter said. “It’s a story of hope against all odds, and the ability of the human spirit to survive.”
A Reasonably Viable Marriage is Yetter’s fourth book. His first novel, Rilertown, a murder mystery featuring investigative reporter and protagonist Jake Ketcher, was released in 2016. Just Go! Leave the Treadmill for a World of Adventure, co-written with his wife, Gabrielle, was released in 2015, as was KISS Kooking, his cookbook of family recipes and recipes he learned in a decade of world travel.
Yetter and his wife live in Eastbourne.
Take a look at Skip’s Interview with us here.
Starstruck By Casey Smith and Bridget Spackman
Casey and Bridget met, and became fast friends, on a college team-building trip at sixteen, when they were both too afraid to climb the rock wall. The two started their writing journey not long after, writing fan-fiction together, until they found their own characters and their own voice.
Over the years they found inspiration for their debut novel in all their common interests, mainly their similar taste in music and their love of frequenting gigs together, but also in their fondness for American TV shows, Disney and anything Superhero related. Specifically, Batman and Spiderman.
These days they try to enjoy these things as much as they can, Casey around raising her two small children and Bridget around planning her wedding and being a new parent. So… not at all.
Starstruck is their debut novel, which has been in the works for the majority of their friendship. Set in Boston, Massachusetts, it’s about a group of friends who have grown up together, with the shared secret of some of them having supernatural powers, inherited from their Fathers.
Everyone has their secrets.
Some are just bigger than others…
Jonathan Taylor is the name on everyone’s lips. Usually for the wrong reasons. With magical powers and a rock band he’s determined will make it big, he’s never far from the spotlight. He just never factored in falling for his sister’s best friend.
Brooke is harbouring her own crush, all the while fighting back a bitter high school rivalry and an overprotective Italian family.
For Rosie, she knows her biggest secret could prove deadly. But as boys and heartache cause her to sink deeper, it’s only a matter of time until she’s found out.
And Will knows all about secrets. His own powers have a darkness to them that few have glimpsed. If they knew, no one would look at him the same way again…
For most teenagers, high school is about survival.
For these teenagers – every day is.
The NEW Novelette ‘Nang Tani’ By Lee Franklin
Friday 15th of May sees the release of Nang Tani, a blood-soaked novelette from Lee Franklin, author of The Gilded Cage and Berserker – Green Hell. You can read our review of Nang Tani, as well as our review of The Gilded Cage, here.
Celebrating his twenty-first birthday in Thailand with his best mate Paul, Shane finds the perfect tattoo of a local deity, Nang Tani. He must have her at all costs.
When Nang Tani is unleashed, she comes with vengeance. Shane will learn that sins, like tattoos, cannot be washed away; not even with blood.
Pre Order Today: Nangtani