I Kissed A Ghoul … And I Liked It: The Story Of How Tommy Wharton Has Risen From The Grave, by Michael McCarty
The story about Tommy Wharton and I KISSED A GHOUL actually started with the publication of another book called RUSTY THE ROBOT’S HOLIDAY ADVENTURES, a science fiction kid’s book I co-written with Sherry Decker. I had a lot of fun writing RUSTY and decided to write a Young Adult Book. Shortly after RUSTY THE ROBOT’S […]
7 CREEPTASTIC HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR HORROR FANS, by Meg Hafdahl
Halloween is over, but we know many lovers of the gothic and the macabre, our friends who live in a cobwebbed sphere of October all year long. They are the ones hesitant to put away their Jason hockey masks or dust up the candy corn crumbs. Delight them with an extra bit of Halloween this […]
Double Countdown Sale, by Clare Dugmore
Fans of fantasy, vampires, dragons and fairytale re-tellings, we have a treat for you today, as two great fantasy/ paranormal titles are on countdown sale, starting at 99 Cents. The Vampires’ Last Lover Txema Ybarra is the most unenviable nineteen-year-old girl alive. Smart, pretty, and athletically gifted, this University of Tennessee freshman should be enjoying […]
Serial Sale, by Clare Dugmore
In anticipation of the next instalments in our serialized novels Undercover Empath, The Vampire Circus, Havelock, Detour to Apocalypse and Silent Clarion, from August 25 – 30 all first instalments are FREE! The Vampire Circus, by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. It is June of 1923. After serving twenty years on death row for executing five vampires, […]
What Do You Want To Read? Romance Edition!, by Clare Dugmore
1. Reborn, by Lisa Collicutt and Aiden James Since the Civil War, the name Solomon Brandt, has been reviled, a painful reminder to all descendants of the slaves the wicked plantation owner cruelly tortured. When a man bearing this cursed name stumbles into the heart of Savannah and its storied history, he can’t help but attract […]
Vampire Fiction, by Natalie Schermer
Even as a young teenager, I never understood the Twilight phenomenon. I slogged my way through the first one and gave up halfway through the second. I disliked Meyer’s writing style and didn’t find her stories compelling, even at the age of fourteen. But I’ve never begrudged Meyer her success; really, I was glad to […]