News Round-up Week Ending 15 January 2021

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

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New from writer Mark Cassell and available for a limited time for only 99p/99c in eBook format, Fabric, the dark fantasy box-set is out now

A 4-book box set containing supernatural and paranormal tales of varying lengths: one novel, one novella, and twenty-one short stories. An unconventional dark fantasy series playing with the traditions of today’s occult and zombie fiction – supernatural horror without the Devil, and without actual zombies. With a slice of the occult and of paranormal activity, and also a glimpse into the true cause of the Great Fire of London, every story opens up history and spreads it raw. Here you will find spine-chillers of sin, shadows, and the reanimated dead. To truly understand would be to unravel the FabricAvailable in eBook format at the limited time-only price of 99p/99c, you can pick up your copy now, here.

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Released today through Crystal Lake Publishing, The Wind in my Heart by Douglas Wynne

Miles Landry is trying to put violence behind him when he takes up work as a private detective focused on humdrum adultery cases. But when a Tibetan monk hires him to find a missing person, things get weird fast. Charged with tracking down the reincarnation of a man possessed by a demonic guardian from the Tibetan Book of the Dead, Miles is plunged into a world of fortune-tellers, gangsters, and tantric rituals. The year is 1991 and a series of grisly murders has rocked New York City in the run up to a visit from the Dalai Lama. The police attribute the killings to Chinatown gang warfare. Miles–skeptical of the supernatural–is inclined to agree. But what if the monster he’s hunting is more than a myth? Available in paperback and eBook, The Wind in my Heart is available here.

sole survivor iiComing 11 February from Unnerving and writer Zachary Ashford, Sole Survivor II

The first season of Sole Survivor has aired, a traumatized December Foss is trying desperately to escape her fifteen minutes of fame, and everyone thinks the drop bears are dead. Everyone that is except The Ark: a radical group of eco-terrorists with an axe to grind, and Joseph Steinberg, who still has plenty of them in reserve. When the Ark release the drop bears from captivity, all hell breaks loose and December must face them again. This time, though, they’re on her turf. This time, it’s personal! With the eBook already available for pre-order and the paperback coming soon, you can get your copy here.

CathedralComing 29 January from writer Dave Jeffery and Demain Publishing, the hotly anticipated follow up to A Quiet ApocalypseCathedral

The world has changed. So have the rules. In the silence of a quiet apocalypse, there is Cathedral. It is a city like no other, sanctuary for the survivors of a terrible plague that has deafened the world. The walls protect the small community. Rituals and laws maintain order to prevent a return to chaos. But Cathedral is a dangerous and complex place. For citizens like Sarah and newcomer Paul it can be either home or prison. They just have to decide where their loyalties lie … Available in eBook format, with a paperback to follow soon, you can pre-order your copy here, now.

ShiverEdited by writer Nico Bell, Shiver, a new anthology of chilling horror, out now

Grab a cozy blanket, pour some bourbon in your hot chocolate, and gather around the fireplace. It’s about to get chilly! This un-brrr-lievable anthology presents 30 spooky stories exploring the depths of madness and terror unique to the cold. Whether it’s a chilling twist on the final girl trope, a mysterious Japanese spirit knocking on a cabin door, or something sinister born out of urine soaked snow, this frigid collection is packed with tales that will send a shiver down your spine. Get ready. A blizzard is coming. Available in eBook and paperback, you can get hold of your copy now, here.


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