Gwen and I moved out of Tarpon Springs a few years ago, and our schedules have made it difficult to take side trips to pick up the mail, even on the weekends. Below is our NEW mailing address!
Mystery and Horror, LLC
2520 N McMullen Booth Rd Ste B205
Clearwater, FL 33761-4181
We participated as authors, and shared a booth with the Florida Writers Association. We did bring several of the anthologies, though, so some of our other authors got exposure.
Perhaps we’ll get a separate MAHLLC booth in a future year; the event is well organized and we loved meeting everyone there.
We will be out of town for a few days due to a death in the family.
Keep the subs coming in for Strangely Funny V. I have responded to all subs through October 23rd.
If you are a day or two past the deadline of October 31st, send the story in anyway. We are not going to be available a great deal of the time anyway.
We're heading into the last week for Strangely Funny submissions. October 31st is the final day you can send a story for consideration for our annual collection of funny paranormal stories.
Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Strangely Funny” in the subject line.
I am trying to reply to subs as they arrive. If you sent us a story on October 19th or earlier, you should have a reply acknowledging the submission. If not, drop me a line.
We're giving away a free copy of Strangely Funny IV on Goodreads! The contest is open to entries from the USA, Canada, and Great Britain, and begins today. The winner will be drawn on August 26th. Details are below.
The last couple of weeks have brought us news of awards. We received news that Murder on the Mullet Express is a medal winner for a Florida Authors and Publishers Association President’s Book Award in the Historical Fiction category! Finalists in the competition do get a medal, and it's a matter of whether we win bronze, silver, or gold. Gwen and I would love to take gold, of course, but we wouldn't be the first gold medal winners in the press. That would be Monstermatt Patterson, who won for Ha-Ha! Horror! in 2014.
The MAHLLC web site also won its own awards recently from Feedspot.com in, naturally, the Mystery and Horror categories. Feedspot collects blogs by categories to help people find their favorite sites and discover new ones. We're happy to be included.
Mystery and Horror, LLC, is an indie press interested in what the name suggests.
Contact us at: email@example.com