The fine author and editor Colin Barnes has been good enough to pay me actual (if modest) money for a story in his latest anthology, ‘Urban Occult’. The story is a tastily nasty little piece called ‘The Other Woman’.
I am of course delighted to have the chance to cling to the coat-tails of the fourteen other (better, sexier, scarier) stories in the book. So it’s the least I can do to bring to bear the mighty marketing power of my nine and a half readers to help the book find its place in the world.
Behind urban life, weird and horrific things fester.
The whispers and chills of things long gone… the promise of power from the darkness… the seduction of those that lie in the shadows… the occult is all around us: in town houses, in mansions, and in your very own street.
Editor Colin F. Barnes collected together fifteen stories by a cast of critically acclaimed authors from around the globe who look into the stygian gloom, explore the dark corners of our houses, and peer into the abyss of human temptation.
Featuring stories by: Gary McMahon, Ren Warom, Gary Fry, Mark West, K.T. Davies, Nerine Dorman, Alan Baxter, Adam Millard, Julie Travis, Jason Andrew, James Brogden, A.A Garrison, Jennifer Williams, Sarah Anne Langton, and Chris Barnham.
Special Pre-Order Edition Limited to 50.
This pre-order edition means you will get the book at least a week to two weeks ahead of general release and:
A FREE ebook version (for any eReader)
and A FREE ebook of Day of Demons. (eBooks will be emailed to you on the 4th of March).
Just £9.99 (+£2.99 shipping anywhere in the world).
Pre-Order here: Urban Occult