Humbled and elated to be on this list of awesome authors including Stephen King, Jack Ketchum, Rio Youers, Stephen Graham Jones, and many others!
How do we sell more books? This is the big question all authors ask (myself included). Obviously, there are countless opinions about how to sell more books, but not all opinions are created equally. Thus, before we hop onto the latest marketing/promotion fad we’re wise to understand why traditional marketing doesn’t sell books. Books are not…
via How to Sell More Books: A Tale of Fishing & Catfishing — Kristen Lamb
Catherine Cavendish is the British author of THE PENDLE CURSE, WAKING THE ANCIENTS, and many more. She’s got a thing for Gothic tales and writes a damn near perfect one herself. Her latest release, THE HAUNTING OF HENDERSON CLOSE (Flame Tree Press, Out January 10th!) , adds to her growing legacy of wonderful ghost stories. She […]
via (Interview) Share the Horror talks haunting tales with Catherine Cavendish — Glenn Rolfe
BOOK DESCRIPTION 2017 Bram Stoker Award Nominee for Superior Achievement in a First Novel! I KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE HEARD ABOUT ME… You say that I am a madman. You say that I am dangerous. You say that I am the one who has been abducting women, slaughtering them, and burying their corpses all around […]
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Customer complaints and allegations swirl around the Nocturnal Readers Box subscription service. A hacker group has a message for the horror genre. Gary Freidrich in remembrance. Vicenzo Bilof departs JournalStone. The music of Victoria “Zera” Timpanaro. Dave’s Prog Power report. Matt gets wet. Stephen Kozeniewski and Wesley Southard sign books. Brian and Mary meet Laird…
via NOCTURNAL READERS BOTCH – The Horror Show with Brian Keene – Ep 185 — Brian Keene
Hard to believe it was a year ago today that my first novel, “The Boulevard Monster,” was released. Over the past year I’ve met hundreds of generous authors and friends alike, gained great insight and opinions, both good and bad, on my writing, had my first in-store readings, book signings, podcast and radio interviews, and guest blog posts; I was also named a Bram Stoker finalist for Superior Achievement in a First Novel. I couldn’t dream of a better debut year. Thanks for all the support to everyone who gave my writing a chance.
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