I've been looking forward to this one since I saw the cover: Undead of Winter is now available in book and Kindle formats from Amazon! Let me tell you about it:
Undead of Winter is sixteen tales of the undead, all set in the colder months. Learn the definition of chilling in Tom Wescott's "Coffin Dirt" and James Simpson's "Mit Den Augen Der Toten". Meet dead family members in Neil Davies' "Abandoned" and Sylvia McIver's "Candles Against the Dark" - but be careful - not all reunions are loving. Read tales of ancient undead from D.J. Tyrer and Carl Thomas Fox - and a modern variant from Jason Purdy. Find out what Dickens’ Ghost of Christmas Future does once her job is over in “Fear of the Future” by Gareth Barsby.
What are zombies like in the winter? Jay Wilburn and Spencer Carvalho will be happy to show you. Interested in adventure? Alex Azar takes you “Under the Hood of Winter”. Take a lonely road into fear with Guy Burtenshaw, find unusual allies in the forest with Ryan Tandy, and learn about true survival in Stephanie Stamm’s “Phantom Pains”. Prefer to stick close to home, where it’s safe? Shenoa Carrol-Bradd and Lance Zarimba will make you feel a lot less secure. So, grab a blanket before settling down to read this book… but you might want to keep a firearm handy, just in case.
"I laughed, I groaned, I shook my head in disbelief....Ha-Ha! Horror will bring a grin to the faces of adults and kids alike..."
Here's your first taste of Ha-Ha! Horror from the masterful Monstermatt Patterson.
Who is Monstermatt? He's a horror artist and illustrator who does monster portraits and masks, and a nominee for Best Painter in the Artvoice 2013 Best of Buffalo Awards. He narrates 'The Monster Minute' on the 6' Plus podcast, which is either the best or worst minute of the show. He is the wizard of bad monster jokes, and will soon be sharing them with you.
Ha-Ha! Horror will soon be available from Mystery and Horror, LLC.
Monstermatt's blogs are at:
http://hahahorror.gravediggerslocal.com/ (you can see some of his material there)
The 6' + podcasts:
Profile: Catriona McPherson
Laura Huntley says: Zombie Me
Meet John Lance
The Gardening Gloria Alden
Say hello to Suzanne Robb
Meet Leslie Carmichael
Below the All-Seeing Eye: Ed Ahern
Editor: Sarah Glenn
Publisher: Gwen Mayo
Our first publication, Strangely Funny, is out in print today and we're celebrating! We'll be posting interviews, recipes for party food guaranteed to be calorie-free in the virtual world, and offering several giveaways! Our first is through Goodreads. We're giving away three print copies; click on the button below to enter the drawing.
August 1st is not only our release date for Strangely Funny, but also the day we open for subs to Undead of Winter! Mummies, Zombies, Vampires, Ghosts... if it's dead and still getting around, we're interested. Stories should be set in the winter months. Holiday stories are welcome but not mandatory. Think cold and bleak or brightly colored and crazy.
Please share this call with any author that might be interested in contributing.
Publisher's note: Mystery and Horror is a market that welcomes LBGTQ, multiethnic,multinational, nontraditional, and unusual fiction. We are concerned with well-written stories involving well-developed characters.
Mystery and Horror, LLC, is an indie press interested in what the name suggests.
Contact us at: email@example.com