We’re running a Kindle Giveaway over at Goodreads, where 50 copies of Clifford Royal Johns’ new book Velocity Blues are up for grabs. Enter the giveaway, then pre-order your copy today! Goodreads Book Giveaway Velocity Blues by Clifford Royal Johns… Read More ›
Vernacular Books is thrilled to present Jason Marc Harris’s dark fantasy/horror novella Master of Rods and Strings. A semifinalist in Psychopomp’s 2015 short fiction competition and a quarterfinalist in Screencraft.org’s 2018 Cinematic Short Story contest, Master of Rods and Strings… Read More ›
Marie Vibbert, author of the sci-fi adventure novel Galactic Hellcats, was recently interviewed by our friend Paul Semel. Check out the interview and then, if you haven’t already, go ahead and buy Marie’s book!
In honor of Marie Vibbert’s debut novel, and in an unabashed attempt to wield tremendous the power of Amazon’s sales algorithm, we want to reward everyone who showed their support by pre-ordering the book with a chance to win a… Read More ›
By Matt Switliski Clifford Royal Johns has published stories in anthologies and magazines such as Shimmer, Crossed Genres, Mystery Weekly, and Electric Spec. “Forget Me Not” was a 2008 finalist for the Derringer Award, which recognizes short mystery fiction. Grand… Read More ›
The Night Fishers by Julie C. Day Copyright 2021 All Rights Reserved http://www.vernacularbooks.com Before After three seasons in the city, Izabeth is finally visiting Driesch’s Night Market. In preparation, she’s done what she can to blend. Displaying weaknesses is never… Read More ›
The race across the Chicago skyline starts June 15th, 2021.
I wanted to take a moment and thank everyone who took the time to post a review of one of our titles at Amazon and Goodreads and anywhere else. It’s one of the most helpful things that a reader can… Read More ›
“Listen, Fred, I know you think it’s beneath you—but it means two thousand bucks in your pocket . Less my commission of course . Easy money for us both! Only a fool would turn it down . Are you a… Read More ›
t was a time for hauntings, close to midnight in early November . A time the House on the Hill anticipated . Its body crowded massive on the land and from afar resembled the dried carapace of a giant beast… Read More ›