News Round-up Week Ending 13 December 2019

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …


New from writer Gemma Amor and Giles Press, Til The Score Is Paid, a collection of short fiction

Following on from the 2018 collection, Cruel Works of Nature, and 2019’s critically acclaimed novella, Dear LauraTil The Score Is Paid is the hotly-anticipated new horror collection from UK-based author, Gemma Amor. The collection explores themes of revenge, retribution and redemption and each story features its own hand-illustrated plate, drawn by the author herself. Coming soon in paperback and eBook formats to Amazon and all good stockists, currently, it is available as a limited fifty-print run. At time of writing, very few copies remain. Pick up yours, here, now.


Resident Evil 3 remake confirmed for 2020

Hot on the heels of the hugely-successful Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom have announced that next generation consoles will be receiving the remake treatment for Resident Evil 3in 2020. Recently released images and trailers for the game show the next generation look attributed to Jill Valentine and the main villain of the piece, Nemesis. Take a look at the trailer, below.

Resisting MadnessNew from author Wesley Southard and Deaths Head Press, Resisting Madness, a collection of short fiction

Within these pages, delirium reigns supreme. You’ll discover how far a prisoner will go to be with his dying wife, and what lurks between the walls of that Louisiana jailhouse to keep him there. You’ll find out how deep a man can cut himself to dig out the past. You’ll meet a college professor whose fear of flying might be the least of his worries. And you’ll learn how a sister’s love for sweet treats can reunite a broken family…whether they want it or not. Thirteen stories and a brand new novella from horror author Wesley Southard. Within these pages, we all go a little mad… You can pick up your copy of Resisting Madness here.


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