I’m pleased to announce that, after a brief revision, Terror Tree’s ‘Mummy Knows Best‘ anthology is no longer under wraps, having arisen once more on both Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com to terrorize the living.
Featuring brand new work from fifteen authors on a central theme, the book houses stories of mummies from around the globe, including Egypt, Latvia, Britain, Japan and Peru (as well as a couple of tales from outside of the box as well).
If you like new twists on a classic monster, then why not dig up a copy (just beware of the curse!).
An in-depth review of all the stories collected in Parlour Tricks is currently in progress over at the Vault of Evil website, with eight of the fourteen tales covered so far.
A warning though, for those of you who haven’t yet read the book, as the review does contain some spoilers!
Indie Authors Press have recently posted an update about their upcoming SF anthology, ‘Issues of Tomorrow‘, which will include my story ‘Broken Machines‘.
The book is now due for a slightly later release date in December, which makes it a great idea for an early stocking filler.
More news to follow as it develops.
As of this week, you’ll now be able to download a copy of Parlour Tricks on your kindle or equivalent device, meaning you can scare yourself silly for les than three quid without even leaving the comfort of your armchair, bed or wherever it is you tend to do your reading.
Links to the Amazon download pages below and on the Publications tab:-