We are pleased to announce that two of our authors will have the distinction of being published in Year's Best Hardcore Horror, Vol. 3, produced by Randy Chandler and Cheryl Mullenax. They are Ramiro Perez de Pereda, author of the short horror tale, Bernadette, and Nathan Robinson, author of Tree Huggers. Both stories were originally published in our award-winning horror anthology Shadows And Teeth, Vol. 3 and will be present in the Year's Best publication coming later this year.
If you've been following along these past few days, you'll notice we've undergone several changes. For starters, we've just celebrated our ten year birthday bash (2008-2018). We've also taken on some new personnel, and invite you to meet them at our brand-new page: Our Staff. There, you'll find professional bio's and portraits for each of our in-house personnel—the Syndicate's inner circle, if you like. Simon and Perez are still at the helm, and now they've got newcomers Douglas Fairbanks (no, not that Douglas Fairbanks) and Apara Moreiya on board to direct the Syndicate to continued success.
Please visit Our Staff page and help us welcome Doug and Apara to their new posts!
Everything changed on August 8, 2013. On that date, we published our first book, The Gullwing Odyssey. That fantasy/comedy paved the way to our future success—it sold extremely well and hit #5 in Amazon's Bestsellers in 2014. It's won several awards and continues to be one of our best-selling titles ever.
Nick Paschall is a busy man. Sure, he's a prolific horror author with several books to his name; and sure, he puts out a new horror short story on his website about once a week (which if you haven't visited him there, you should. He's at: www.nickronomicon.com). But lately he's been on a whirlwind of a book tour all over San Antonio and Texas. Here he is at Half-Price Books with his paranormal horror novel, The Father of Flesh (photo taken March 3, 2018).
Check out The Father of Flesh and its sequel, Travails For Teyuna, coming May 15th!
A big thank-you to Half-Price Books and everyone who came out to see Nick!
The siblings look great together, don't they? Central to the Broken Gods series are the four cosmic entities that used to be one. On the left, The Father of Flesh, is about the titular god awakening beneath the Chinese heartland. On the right, Travails For Teyuna is the sequel, about the Brother of Bone—a sleeping elder god—that has gone missing. Both are fantastic occult horror novels inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft, with a dose of Indiana Jones adventure thrown in.
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