News Round-up Week Ending 17 December 2021

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

BakersDozenBaker’s Dozen, the new anthology from Uncomfortably Dark, out now

Come indulge in the dark and disturbing with 13 tantalizing tales of terror written by an incredible lineup of independent horror authors. With stories ranging from delightful to disturbing, you are sure to find something to please your sweet spot. Authors include Jeff Strand, Christine Morgan, Ruthann Jagge, Patrick C. Harrison, III, Aron Beauregard, Lee Franklin, Chris Miller, Carver Pike, Kenzie Jennings, Daniel Volpe, Rowland Bercy, Jr., Candace Nola and M. Ennenbach. Includes a special foreword by Jeff Strand. Available now in paperback and eBook editions, you can pick up your copy here.


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A Silent Dystopia, an anthology of stories set in Dave Jeffery’s A Quiet Apocalypse universe, out now from Demain Publishing

HEaR TODaY … The disease known as MNG-U has staked its claim on humanity and broken the world forever. Most of those who survive have been robbed of their hearing, deafened in this quiet apocalypse. Around the globe, people do what they can to exist in the terrifying silence. Whether in isolation or in new communities, they must persevere amidst a changed and brutal landscape that is now barely recognisable as a world they once knew. Normality has new boundaries; the rules rewritten in the name of survival. From the world of Dave Jeffery’s A Quiet Apocalypse come ten unique stories with one, ultimate vision … To show what it takes to endure A Silent Dystopia… Edited by D. T. Griffith, and featuring stories from authors such as Stephanie Ellis and Steve Stred, the anthology is available now in eBook, with a paperback edition to follow, you can grab your copy here.


HexandAuthorsA new charity anthology, Hex-Periments, out now

When dark science and mal-intent splice with the otherworldly, such hex-periments emerge from their embryonic state to unleash horror on an unsuspecting world. These fourteen tales explore the consequences of man’s intervention when propelled by a dark agenda. Edited by Keith Anthony Baird and Ross Jeffery, with an introduction by C J Tudor, this charity anthology will help the homeless with every penny going towards that cause. Available to buy in paperback and eBook formats, you can pick up your copy here, now.


KEV HARRISON

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