News Round-up Week Ending 24 November 2023

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

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Arriving 1 December from editor Jacob Steven Mohr and Crystal Lake Publishing, Dead Letters: Episodes of Epistolary Horror

Evil lurks within the pages of Dead Letters: Episodes of Epistolary Horror … A video game walkthrough harbors sinister secrets. A grieving sister’s letters blur the line between alive and dead (and alive again). A chain of frightening emails are the only evidence that a young woman ever walked the earth. And a series of journals pursue a dwindling wagon train marching into Hell—or someplace worse. Haunting podcast transcripts. Blood-soaked police reports. Bewildering court findings. Brace yourself for an anthology that resurrects the chilling power of epistolary fiction—where ordinary documents transform into vessels of absolute terror.
Spanning 21 original tales blending the classic gothic horror of Stoker’s Dracula with the contemporary dread of Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke by Eric LaRocca, Dead Letters contains both short sharp shocks and prolonged sojourns into the macabre—and promises to haunt your sleepless nights. Available to pre-order now in eBook, with other editions to follow, you can guarantee your copy here.

WolfWorldComing 1 December from author Terry Grimwood and Demain Publishing, Wolf World

Mark Allen almost collides with an identical car to his own, driven by a double of himself.
When he recovers, he finds himself in an alternative world in which a segment of the population transforms into werewolves once a month.
Meanwhile, the werewolf version of Mark is trapped in this world and has come home to Mark’s wife … Available for pre-order now in eBook, with a paperback edition to follow, you can guarantee your copy here.

EpiphanyAvailable 9 December from writer G.V. Gachs and Off Limits Press, Epiphany

When pregnant Estela learns that her wife Eva has hanged herself from an oak tree, she can’t believe she would have done so voluntarily.
Eva, a journalist obsessed with the crimes of the so-called Garden of Horrors, was about to release a podcast about the convicted killer, Coral, who always maintained it wasn’t her who slaughtered her family and her missing new born, but an evil forest spirit.
As Estela dives deep into the recordings, emails, and letters from Eva’s investigation, in Coral’s retelling of the murders, she will be forced to face a simple question that could cost her life as well as her unborn baby’s: “Do you believe in magic?” Available for pre-order now in eBook, with a paperback edition to follow, you can guarantee your copy here.


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