Friday Update: Pandemic Book Launches
Pandemic Book Launches and Hot Off the Indie Press 29.05.20
In addition to Jim McLeod’s Pandemic Book Launch group on Facebook – go here for more infomation – Joe Mynhardt has set up a collaborative Facebook group for the independent presses: Hot Off the Indie Press. This one carries all sorts of posts from indie publishers to ‘promote sales, sales and opportunities for authors’ amongst other things, if you want to see what they’re up to and what’s available, check it out here.
If you buy, please also consider leaving reviews for the authors and even dropping them a line on twitter or their websites to have a chat with them about the book.
*** Charity Anthologies ***
Diabolica Britannica, ed Keith Anthony Baird. Raising money for the NHS. More details soon!
Note: Daniel is donating all 2020 royalties to No Kid Hungry.
The Lamppost Huggers and Other Wretched Tales by Christopher Stanley, pub The Arcanist Press, 1st June, 2020. amazon.co.uk, amazon.com.
What Hell May Come by Rex Hurst, pub Crystal Lake Publishing, 12th June, 2020.
Normal by Benjamin Langley, pub Bloodshot books, June 2020.
Curse of the Pigman by Asher Ellis, pub Silver Shamrock Publishing, 20th July, 2020.
Belle Vue by Cheryl Alleyne, pub Crystal Lake Publishing. 25th August, 2020.
Future Releases (note: dates not always available)
The Crying Forest by Venero Armanno, pub IFWG Publishing Australia.
Midnight in the Pentagram, ed Kenneth W, Cain, pub Silver Shamrock Publishing.
Crossroads by Laurel Hightower, pub Off Limits Press, 10th August 2020.
on behalf of Stuart and the Horror Tree Team
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Stephanie Ellis writes dark speculative prose and poetry and has been published in a variety of magazines and anthologies. Her longer work includes the folk horror novels, The Five Turns of the Wheel, Reborn, and The Woodcutter, and the novellas, Bottled and Paused (all via Brigids Gate Press). Her dark poetry has been published in her collections Lilith Rising (co-authored with Shane Douglas Keene), Foundlings (co-authored with Cindy O’Quinn) and Metallurgy, as well as the HWA Poetry Showcase Volumes VI, VII, VIII, and IX and Black Spot Books Under Her Skin. She can be found supporting indie authors at HorrorTree.com via the weekly Indie Bookshelf Releases. She can be found at https://stephanieellis.org and on Blue Sky as stephellis.bsky.social.