“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 ›
Read an intriguing excerpt of the A. C. Wise’s story, “A Thousand Faces Minus One” by A. C. Wise, from the critically-acclaimed collection that drops TOMORROW! After you read this excerpt, swiftly go to your preferred bookseller, and order yourself… Read More ›
Publisher’s Weekly heaped praise on Queen of None by Natania Barron, calling it “a layered, engaging retelling sure to please fans of the Arthurian tales.” Be sure to read the full review and then pre-order your copy today!
It was never not hot in Alexandria, but beneath the sea, every- thing was cool and quiet, and Helen Dane thought she would like to stay forever. Submerged in the Mediterranean, Helen made an adjustment to the alidade before her,… Read More ›
Announcements: THE SILENCE THAT BINDS by Paul Jessup and FINCHES by A. M. Muffaz and EVIL IN TECHNICOLOR reviews!
Hello, to all the peoples of the internet. Management would like to take a moment to make a couple general announcements, and we thank you for your eyeballs and your attention! Management is thrilled to announce that the untitled novel… Read More ›
“Master of Rods and Strings”, a novella by Jason Marc Harris, concerns a young puppeteer, named Elias. Born in Saint Siméon, France, Elias becomes obsessed with mastering the arts of occult puppetry. Jealous of the attention lavished upon the puppetry… Read More ›
Five Forthcoming Titles from Vernacular Books!
With full hearts and hopeful spirits, Eric and I are pleased to see the final version of WAY OF THE LASER: FUTURE CRIME STORIES finally and completely out into the world. We began as a Kickstarter, and turned into something… Read More ›