News Round-up Week Ending 27 March 2020

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

The StormThe Storm, the new novel from legendary horror writer Paul Kane, out now from PS Publishing

Available in both unsigned and signed (limited to 100 copies) editions, PS Publishing present The Storm, the new novel from master of horror Paul Kane (Blood Red SkyBefore). With a stunning cover by Ben Baldwin and an introduction by Rio Youers, this short novel of monstrous horror finds the tourists, staff and workmen at Willerton Castle beginning their day like any other. But a storm is coming, one that will bring monsters, the like of which the world has never seen. Will they survive the onslaught? Released earlier  in March 2020, The Storm is available right now from the PS Publishing webstore, here.

Double Barrel Horror 3Available now from Pint Bottle Press, Double Barrel Horror Vol. 3, edited by Matthew Weber

Brace yourself for another two-barrel blast of unrelenting horror and suspense. Volume 3 of the ‘Double Barrel Horror’ anthology series delivers two chilling tales from each of six talented authors for a twelve-story onslaught that will blow you out of your sneakers. This time around, your fate lies in the hands of Christine Morgan, Mark Matthews, Theresa Braun, Calvin Demmer, Glenn Rolfe, and Robert Essig. Released on 22 March, this anthology of twelve suspenseful tales is available right now, here.

The Forever HouseFrom Bram Stoker Award-Winner Tim Waggoner and Flame Tree Press, comes The Forever House, out now

Released yesterday, 26 March, was The Forever House, the new novel from award-winning author Tim Waggoner. In Rockridge, Ohio, a sinister family moves into a sleepy cul de sac. The Eldreds feed on the negative emotions of humans, creating nightmarish realms within their house to entrap their prey. Neighbors are lured into the Eldreds’ home and faced with challenges designed to heighten their darkest emotions so their inhuman captors can feed and feed well. If the humans are to have any hope of survival, they’ll have to learn to overcome their prejudices and resentments toward one another and work together. But which will prove more deadly in the end, the Eldreds . . . or each other? Available right now, you can grab your copy, here.


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