BRAND NEW BOOKS!

BRAND NEW BOOKS!

New Titles available in print, eBook and Audio Editions from Crossroad Press

We have been busy this summer with a steady flow of Crossroad Press Original titles – New Print Editions, New eBooks and Audio. Here are some of the Newest available. One other note… We have five Pre-order titles with galleys available to read through the end of July on NETGALLEY. You can find them at THIS LINK – the titles include As an Old Memory by Vic Kerry, Psycho Killers in Love by C. T. Phipps, Hotel Destiny by Raymond Benson, Eden’s Return by Duncan McGeary and Star Quest: All that Remains by Patricia Lee Macomber. If you read them at Netgalley for free, please take the time to leave reviews and feedback. Several also have Audio previews from the upcoming audiobooks. The Below titles are embedded “Look Inside” widgets from Amazon.com, so you can read a little of each before you GO BUY BOOKS … and stay safe.

in eBook, Trade Paperback and Unabridged Audio
Available in Hardcover, Trade Paperback, eBook and Unabridged Audio
Available in eBook and Trade Paperback
Available in eBook and Trade Paperback
Available in eBook and Trade paperback – coming soon to Unabridged Audio
Available in eBook and Trade Paperback – Parental Warning – Gay Erotica – Also i unabridged Audio…
Available in eBook and Trade Paperback
The Complete First Two Novels! Available in eBook and Trade Paperback
10 Summer Releases: Pre-order Now!

10 Summer Releases: Pre-order Now!

We’ve been busy since the spring getting brand new Crossroad Original titles ready for you. We’ve had our Covid-19 challenges (mostly the day jobs eating up extra time) but the wheels are still turning. Several of these books have already gotten great reviews in Publisher’s Weekly and many have audiobooks on pre-order as well. Here they are in order of release! The Second star – 1 July, 2020; Signalz – 7 July, 2020; Eden’s Return – 20 July, 2020; Star Quest: All That Remains – 31 July; As an Old Memory – 4 August, 2020, Murder Old and New – 18 August, 2020; Psycho Killers in Love – 25 August, 2020; Witches – 25 August, 2020, Hotel Destiny – 15 September, 2020 and Blue Hill – 6 October, 2020. Get your orders in and be among the first to enjoy these wonderful new books.

Don’t Miss out on Free Audiobooks!

Don’t Miss out on Free Audiobooks!

There is a site where we are offering a great number of free audiobook download codes – aptly named “Freeaudiobookcodes.com” – run by Narrator and Sound Engineer extraordinaire – Jeffrey Kafer. Right now you can get US and UK Audible download codes for a ton of Crossroad Press books, with more coming. We are hoping you’ll take a chance on audio (a free chance – did I say that?) and that you’ll take the time at the end to leave, if not a review, at least a rating for the author and narrator. We are literally fighting against the “machine” in trying to market audiobooks… the market has always been owned by an elite group of publishers and marketed by elite trade periodicals no one can afford to subscribe to, or advertise in, without big corporate money. Here is your chance to hear some amazing books – and support our authors and narrators. Here are some titles with codes available right now:

Blue Devil Island – Stephen Mark Rainey – Narrated by Joshua Saxon
Ancient Eyes – David Niall Wilson – Narrated by John Lee
The Deceased – Tom Piccirilli – Narrated by J. Scott Bennett
Dawn’s Bright Talons – Nerine Dorman – Narrated by Greg Patmore
Zombie a Love Story – Patricia Lee Macomber – Narrated by Chet Williamson
Laughing Boy’s Shadow – Steven Savile – Narrated by Peter Bishop
Phantom Nights – John Farris – Narrated by Frank J. Cabanski
Etched Deep – David Niall Wilson – Narrated by Al Dano
Sleepwalker – Michael Laimo – Narrated by Steven Roy Grimsley
Strange Seed – T. M. Wright – Narrated by Bob Walter
The Monarchs – Stephen Mark Rainey – Narrated by Chet Williamson
Bumper Crop – Joe R. Lansdale – Narrated by Wyntner Woody
Hell Hollow – Ronald Kelly – Narrated by J. Rodney Turner
Toybox – Al Sarrantonio – Narrated by Al Dano
Dark Dixie – Ronald Kelly – Narrated by Coleman Ford
The Nebulon Horror – Hugh B. Cave – Narrated by Andy Bender
Moonbane – Al Sarrantonio – Narrated by Kevin Readdean
Sineater – Elizabeth Massie – Narrated by Joe Geoffrey
Within – Keith Deininger – Narrated by Michael Robbins
Nightjack – Tom Piccirilli – Narrated by Chet Williamson
Second Soul – Thomas Sullivan – Narrated by Nick Sullivan
Don’t Clean the Aquarium! – Jeffrey Osier – Narrated by John Lee
Dark Ride – Michael Laimo – Narrated by Chris Patton
The Light at the End – John Skipp & Craig Spector – Narrated by Chet Williamson
Judas Goat – Greg F. Gifune – Narrated by Fred Filbrich
Maelstrom – David Niall Wilson – Narrated by Eric G. Dove
The Trouble With Hairy – Hal Bodner – Narrated by Kitty Hendrix

Top 25 Trade Paperbacks from Crossroad Press for 2019

Top 25 Trade Paperbacks from Crossroad Press for 2019

Last, but not least, we have our top-selling paperbacks for 2019. We don’t have a lot of hardcovers, so we’re skipping that this year, but paperbacks we’ve got. I have to say, for all the “I hate digital, I only like the feel of paper, will it be coming out in print? I only buy print books” comments that I find it odd how few print books actually do well.  I can tell you without doubt that – had sales already been reported on F. Paul Wilson’s The Last Christmas, it would have been topping this list, and on all of our top 25 lists, so next year I suspect will be the year of Repairman Jack… I’m happy to present a very diverse list here of the top 25 Trade Paperback titles for Crossroad Press in 2019!

Trumped!: The Inside Story of the Real Donald Trump-His Cunning Rise and Spectacular Fall by Jack R. O’Donnell & James Rutherford

Creating Christ: How Roman Emperors Invented Christianity by James S. Valliant & Warren Fahy

SARGE!: Cases of a Chicago Police Detective Sergeant in the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s –by John DiMaggio

High in the Mid-’60s: How to Have a Fabulous Life in Music without Being Famous by Rick Levy

The Stargate Chronicles by Joseph W. McMoneagle

Clan Novel Toreador: Book 1 of the Clan Novel Saga by Stewart Wieck

The Ultimate Time Machine by Joseph W. McMoneagle

The Paris Book: A Novel About Hemingway’s Last Book by Robert Risch

Mind Trek by Joseph W. McMoneagle

Cosmic Journeys by Rosalind McKnight

Soul Journeys: My Guided Tours Through the Afterlife by Rosalind McKnight

Vermont’s Haunts by Joseph A. Citro

Road to Gold: A Sweetwater Sullivan Naval Aviation Adventure by William H. Labarge

Fear the Reaper by David Simms

The Tournament of Supervillainy C. T. Phipps

Survivor’s Game by David Karmi

Closing Time and Other Stories by Jack Ketchum

Clan Novel Tzimisce  by Eric Griffin

Tales of the Al-Azif – Edited by Matthew Davenport & C. T. Phipps

ESP Wars East & West  by Victor Rubel, Joseph W. McMoneagle and Lloyd Aurbach

The Light at the End by John Skipp & Craig Spector

Lightning Strikes Twice by William H. Labarge

The Green and the Black  by Willie Meikle

Deadfall Ridge  by Duncan McGeary

Stranglehold  by Jack Ketchum

Top 25 Crossroad Press Audiobooks for 2019

Top 25 Crossroad Press Audiobooks for 2019

I have a particular love for audiobooks. We started out with very little knowledge and a lot of ambition. Without Jeffrey Kafer, who has acted as narrator, sound engineer, sometimes cover creator and technical adviser for audio, we’d never have gotten this far. Without the wonderful folks at ACX and all the help they’ve offered over the years we would also not be here. We’ve sold more than a quarter of a million audiobooks, and are approaching our 700th completed audiobook through ACX and Audible. Here is a list of the top 25 bestselling audiobooks for 2019:

Weaveworld by Clive Barker – Narrated by Simon Vance

The Rules of Supervillainy by C. T. Phipps – Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer

The Tournament of Supervillainy by C. T. Phipps – Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer

Journeys Out of the Body by Robert Monroe – Narrated by Kevin Pierce

Imajica by Clive Barker – Narrated by Simon Vance

The Games of Supervillainy by C. T. Phipps – Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer

The Future of Supervillainy by C. T. Phipps – Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer

The Books of Blood, Volume 1 by Clive Barker, Narrated by Simon Vance, Dick Hill, Peter Berkrot, Jeffrey Kafer, Chet Williamson, Chris Patton

Necroscope IV: Deadspeak – by Brian Lumley – Narrated by Michael Troughton

The Hellbound Heart by Clive Barker – Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer

The Secrets of Supervillainy by C. T. Phipps – Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer

Ultimate Journey by Robert Monroe – Narrated by Kevin Pierce

The Great & Secret Show by Clive Barker – Narrated by Chet Williamson

Far Journeys by Robert Monroe – Narrated by Kevin Pierce

The Thief of Always by Clive Barker – Narrated by Adam Verner

The Science of Supervillainy by C. T. Phipps – Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer

Dying to Get Married: The Courtship and Murder of Julie Miller Bulloch by Ellen Harris – Narrated by Lee Ann Howlett

The Education of Little Tree by Forrest Carter – Narrated by Johnny Heller

The Hellbound Heart: Abridged Edition by Clive Barker – Narrated by the author

Cabal by Clive Barker – Narrated by Chet Williamson

The Damnation Game by Clive Barker – Narrated by Simon Vance

Undertaker’s Moon by Ronald Kelly – Narrated by J. Rodney Turner

The Books of Blood, Vol 2 by Clive Barker – Narrated by : Hillary Huber, John Lee, Peter Berkrot, Chris Patton, Peter Bishop, Jeffrey Kafer

Straight Outta Fangton: A Comedic Vampire Story by C. T. Phipps – Narrated by Cary Hite

Cthulhu Armageddon – by C. T. Phipps – Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer

Top 25 Crossroad Press eBooks for 2019

Top 25 Crossroad Press eBooks for 2019

Every year we try to give a shout-out to the books and authors who performed the best over the past year, and 2019 will be no exception. Keep in mind that some of the top books were fortunate enough to receive a leg up from Bookbub promotions, and that can make a significant difference. In fact, if you want to support authors, one of the best, simplest, and least obtrusive ways to do that is to follow them on Bookbub. You will only be notified if that author has a new book come out, or a Bookbub “deal” but a large number of followers allows them to take advantage of promotions they would otherwise be ineligible for. Reviews are also important – not long, book-report like reviews, but a line or two and some stars to help qualify them for the higher-end promotions.  That is the end of my “help our authors” note—here is the list of the top 25 eBooks from Crossroad Press for 2019:

Voyage of the Devilfish—by Michael DiMercurio

Weaveworld—by Clive Barker

“Please … Don’t Kill Me”: The True Story of the Milo Murder—by William C. Dear & Carlton Stowers

Hannahwhere—by John McIlveen

Caspion and the White Buffalo—by Melvin Litton

Straight Outta Fangton—C. T. Phipps

Deadfall Ridge—by Duncan McGeary

Vertical Dive—Michael DiMercurio

Trumped! The Inside Story of the Real Donald Trump—His Cunning Rise and Spectacular Fall—Jack R. O’Donnell & James Rutherford

The Rising Dead—by Devan Sagliani

Heart of a Dragon—by David Niall Wilson

The Books of Blood, Vol 1—by Clive Barker

Attack of the Seawolf—by Michael DiMercurio

Phoenix Sub Zero—by Michael DiMercurio

The DeChance Chronicles Omnibus—by David Niall WIlson

Barracuda Final Bearing—by Michael DiMercurio

The Rules of Supervillainy—by C. T. Phipps

Without Mercy: Obsession and Murder Under the Influence—by Gary Provost

Piranha Firing Point—by Michael DiMercurio

Cabal—by Clive Barker

Emergency Deep—by Michael DiMercurio

Threat Vector—by Michael DiMercurio

Warday—by Whitley Strieber & James Kunetka

Terminal Run—by Michael DiMercurio

Mercury’s Son—by Luke Hindmarsh

Announcing the Macabre Ink Resurrected Horrors Series

Since 2010, Crossroad Press has had the privilege of bringing out-of-print horror back in digital format for a number of authors including, but not limited to, Ronald Kelly, Bill Crider (Jack MacLane), Rick Hautala, Charles L. Grant, Brian Hodge, Elizabeth Massie, Joseph A. Citro, Melanie and Steve Tem, Thomas Tessier, and many, many others. Since their original digital publication, formatting standards have changed, and they were out-of-date. With the new Macabre Ink Resurrected Horrors series, these books are being updated to the newest styles and formatting, with their covers updated with the series ribbon for easy identification. The first wave features ten classic horror novels from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s. Subsequent waves will each feature at least five titles, with a planned release of one wave every couple of months. Here are the ten novels in wave one of the Macabre Ink Resurrected Horrors series:


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UNDERTAKER’S MOON

A graveyard feast beneath the summer moon …

The rural town of Old Hickory. Tennessee was a quiet, picturesque community … until the O’Sheas came to town.

Becoming the new proprietors of the town’s only funeral parlor, with the help of their charming patriarch, Square McManus, the Irish family was wholeheartedly accepted by the local townfolk. The thing began to happen. Strange things … horrible, unspeakable things … in the dead of night.

The sighting of wolfish beasts congregating around an open grave in the town cemetery. Frightening changes in several of Old Hickory’s less desirable residents. And the brutal murder and devouring of a varsity football player in the wooded wilderness outside of town. Soon, what was once concealed in shadow and secrecy was now starkly revealed, in all its ravenous fury, by the silvery light of the full moon.

As the residents of Old Hickory, as well as the local police, begin to fall victim to an unknown evil, four individuals—the town nerd, a high school jock, a widowed gunsmith, and a mysterious transient from a distant shore—find themselves facing what could possibly be a hellish lycanthrope from ancient Ireland … the legendary Arget Bethir … the Silver Beast.


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NIGHT SONGS

SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT THEY ARE SINGING SONGS OF DEATH…

Colin Ross, twice thwarted in love, once abandoned, quit the mainland for Haven’s End, a wounded soul on an idyllic island, seeking to heal his life.

But instead of peace, he is hurled into chaos. Some dark and ancient hatred, some evil force, is unleashed, wreaking vengeance on the islanders, mangling the living and mutilating the dead.

And, as the piercing songs rise to met the roaring wind, Colin Ross, against his will, is sucked into the raging storm.


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THE KILL RIFF

Lucas dreams it every night: the rockshow, flashy, ear-pounding, chaotic. The frothed-up mob that storms the stage. The death of his daughter Kristen, trampled in a sudden surge of tribal frenzy. In Lucas Ellington’s eyes, the audience is blameless. His child was murdered by the main event — Whip Hand, the ultimate party band.

The arena disaster in which Kristen was killed causes Whip Hand to disband, but the individual musicians are still out there, alive and kicking.

Not for long.

Whip Hand’s lead singer, Gabriel Stannard, has established a successful solo career, but knows how fickle his public is. He has to do something — and soon — to retain his position as the baddest, meanest, most dangerous rockstar of all time. And he knows that Lucas is saving him for last in his campaign of revenge. Each man targets the other in a vendetta of honor versus glory.

The Kill Riff traffics not only in the dark side of rock music and media exploitation, but explores what vengeance does to the avenger, in hard-ass 4/4 time.


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THE CATS

THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS OF CATS CRAZED WITH BLOODLUST

A giant Doberman pinscher—the most vicious and deadly of killer dogs—lay in a bloody heap, its unseeing eyes still glazed with astonished terror.

A young dropout on an acid trip smiled at the animals that were ripping his flesh from his bones—until he realized that this was really happening.

What was left of a kindly old lady lay beside the shattered saucer of milk she had intended to put on the ground.

A powerfully built rapist in the midst of his outrage felt the claws on his back—and his lust turned to gibbering agony.

All over the vast city it was happening and no one seemed able to stop them—the police, the army, the scientist. And cat after cat was infected by the ferocious fever that for the first time made them the masters of man…

THE CATS


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THE DARK COUNTRY

Etchison’s fiction is justly famous for its creepy ambiance, and explores the terrain mapped out by Philip K. Dick, Thomas Harris, and any number of black and white horror movies.  This is his legendary first collection, carefully corrected by the author for this new edition. The title story won both the World Fantasy Award and the British Fantasy Award in 1982, the first time a single work received both major awards. Contents include 15 ground-breaking stories and an introduction by Ramsey Campbell.


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NIGHTSCAPE

Eight-year-old Evan Laine is afraid.  He’d lost a finger in a car accident, but now it is slowly growing back.  There are other changes, too.  Changes he can’t hide from his mom.  And dreams.  Dreams from which he wakes, screaming.  They are after him… the beautiful redheaded woman, and the drooling boy/man.  They want him to change.  They are making him change, shaping him into something just like them.

Bonnie Laine knew there was something wrong with her son.  She’d seen the skin sloughing off his belly in long, wet sheets.  She’d heard his screams in the night.  And now she’d seen them. The followers, hunting her son.  They want Evan for something, something too terrible to imagine.  But Bonnie will do anything to save her son.  Even if it means joining forces with a murderous man who may be far more dangerous than the creatures pursuing them.


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DARK SILENCE

November, 1694. Rachel Parsons, an accused witch, is hanged at the Gallows Tree in Summerfield, Maine.  Before she dies, she curses all who live on her land.  Her words end with the creak of the rope as the ladder is pulled out from under her.

Autumn, 1963. A retarded boy is chased into the old, abandoned mill.  But it is one of his tormentors who ends up at the bottom of a shaft.

Summer, 1994. Brian Fraser has heard the stories about the old mill.  They say it’s haunted, filled with the whisperings of long ago…including something that his own father won’t talk about.  But Brian is drawn to the mill.  Drawn to an evil so hideous, so apocalyptic it threatens one’s sanity…


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CAT MAGIC

Some people in Maywell, New Jersey, commute to New York.  Some are working on a lab project that will change the world—if it is allowed to succeed.

And some people are witches.

Amanda Walker is not a witch—yet.  She’s an artist, looking for work—unaware that someone has a desperate need for her, a dark plan that may require Amanda to enter death itself.

If she is allowed to live long enough to make the choice.

Amanda’s tale is far stranger than she knows.  It is ancient beyond memory.  In times of great change it must be relived, in all its fear and hope, its wisdom and its passion.

One of those times is now.


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WILD CARD

Fran’s daughter, Mick, couldn’t understand why her mother kept Tarot cards in the bottom of her closet. Had she once used the cards? It didn’t seem like something her mom would do. But there they were, in a beautifully carved box.

The cards felt special to Mick; she learned how to use them and was soon reading her friends’ minds, predicting their futures. But this was no ordinary deck of Tarot cards. By spreading the cards in different ways, Mick could control the future. Then bizarre things happened to her enemies—accidents. Mick began to change, to wear weird clothes, to spend time at the old Montagna place. It wasn’t long before people began to understand what was happening in their town. Once they did, they would go looking for Mick McGee …


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LEGION OF THE DEAD

Cary Connoway had heard rumors of a mysterious Cult of Death even before he arrived in San Mario, but nothing could have prepared him for the unspeakable evil that stalked him now. He had come to the primitive Caribbean island for rest and instead found love in the arms of Juana, a beautiful island girl.

Now in the jungle they both faced a relentless, oncoming horror that only the awesome power of voodoo could have raised and only the power of voodoo could stop.

Big Giveaway – Books, Gift Cards

Big Giveaway – Books, Gift Cards

These days, reviews, follows, and likes have become an author’s currency. In order to help build more of a presence on the popular book site “Bookbub” we are running a “Rafflecopter” giveaway… Three ten-dollar Amazon cards; three ten dollar Starbucks cards, 3 autographed paperbacks (choice of the authors) and three free Audible download codes (choice of the authors who have audiobooks through Crossroad Press). That’s a lot of prizes – your odds are good of winning. You can get an entry for each author you follow on Bookbub. Bookbub will only message you about authors you follow if they have something new come out (not very often, in other words) but you are doing the author a big favor by following. Certain promotions are only available to those with large numbers of followers. Thus… the prizes! Our authors are : Armand Rosamilia, C. T. Phipps, Patricia Lee Macomber, Brian Pinkerton, Thomas Sullivan, William Bayer, Elizabeth Massie, Stephen Mark Rainey, Jay Wilburn, Nancy Collins, J. H. Bográn, Duncan McGeary, Melvin Litton and David Niall Wilson. Be aware… we WILL require screenshots to prove you actually followed the authors… there are a LOT of prizes here… least you can do 😉 When you click each author’s name you have to follow the link that says “SIGN UP HERE” and follow that author on Bookbub. If you win, and can’t provide the screenshot to prove it, you don’t win…

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Repairman Jack, Time Warp & More!

We are heading into an exciting holiday season. First up – three pre-orders. The Last Christmas: A Repairman Jack Novel by F. Paul Wilson – Due 19, December, 2019 in eBook and Audio and sooner in trade hardcover and paperback. Next is Brian Pinkerton’s much anticipated TIME WARP : A Twisted Love Story – Due January 15th in eBook and Audio, again, sooner in print editions. And FIRST AVAILABLE – Shane Berryhill’s THE BOOGEYMAN : a Monstrous Fairy Tale – available for preorder in EBook and Audio formats and available now as a trade paperback from Amazon. This book will be released on the world on the first of October! Upcoming preorders will include Two Shades of Crazy by Christine Matthews, The Hidden Truth by Armand Rosamilia and Jay Wilburn, and HOOD: The Beginning by David Niall Wilson. Below you’ll find links to new authors and books added recently – works from Camille Minichino, Brock E. Deskins, Lisa Von Biela, Steve Rasnic Tem, Robert Risch, Alma Alexander, Karen Mercury, Frazer Lee, and Sylvia Shults.

New in Audio! Books from Julian Padowicz, Brian Lumley, Brian Keene, Catherine Cavendish, C. T. Phipps , Melvin Litton, and Richard Roberts! Find all of our Audiobooks at Crossroad Press & Audible.com

August Update News & More

August Update News & More

ALL CLAN NOVELS AND DARK AGES CLAN NOVELS NOW AVAILABLE!

I’ts been a long, and very busy spring and summer at Crossroad Press. Starting near the beginning of the year we undertook a pretty huge side-task – reviving the White Wolf World of Darkness Clan novels – both Vampire the Masquerade, and Vampire: The Dark Ages – as well as the Dark Ages trilogy “The Grails Covenant”. These books had to be scanned, formatted, proofed and recreated alongside the huge number of other new titles being published. We are happy to announce that this task is complete, and all of the White Wolf books we have licensed are now available through most eBook retailers, and in trade paperback on Amazon. You can find them at the WHITE WOLF PUBLISHING page on our website.

For Halloween we have a new Crossroad Press original THE BOOGEY MAN: A Monstrous Fairy Tale – by Shane Berryhill. This is available for pre-order in all eBook formats, but you can have it now in trade paperback from Amazon .

We are welcoming a number of new authors to Crossroad Press, inlcuding Brock E. Deskins, Tom Cassidy, Glen Ebisch, E. F. Watkins, and many more. We have the first two in Richard Roberts’ “Please Don’t Tell My Parents” superevillain books back in eBook and trade paperback with the others hot on their heels, as well as his new fantasy A Rag Doll’s Guide to Here and There – which is just out in unabridged audio as well.

In audio, we’re EXTREMELY proud to be working now with Kathe Koja – whose novel “SKIN” – which is half dark poetry, half stream of conciousness, and all wonderful – is now available – performed by Suzanne T. Fortin – who did an incredible job on a very difficult narration. You can order the SKIN audiobook now, as well as our 600 plus other titles

You will be hearing from me more often. The website is fully up to date, with the exception of some of the audio-only titles, and will REMAIN up to date. Each product page offers your choice of retailers – Apple, Kobo, Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble and (if applicable) Audible. Stay tuned for more exciting news this fall, including updates on the pre-order dates for F. Paul Wilson’s THE LAST CHRISTMAS: A Repairman Jack Novel, and Brian Pinkerton’s new psychological thriller TIME WARP. There will be new entries into the MANY WORLDS OF C. T. PHIPPS and much, much more. And for the kids in your life at Halloween – we suggest THE SKELETON INSIDE ME – by David Niall Wilson – Illustrated by Dan Monroe.

The Skeleton Inside Me