Fem Fangs is now available for purchase directly from the publisher. Below are details on the anthology and ordering information.
Fem-Fangs (An Anthology) (On Sale Through Halloween–Cover Price $19.99)
Edited by Ty Schwamberger & Jessy Marie Roberts
Though people have been exploring the legend of the vampire for hundreds of years, the female vampire has been largely overlooked…until now.
Pill Hill Press proudly presents FEM-FANGS, a collection of short stories focused on fanged girls of the night with a taste for human blood and a penchant for power, seduction and terror.
Find your favorite turtleneck and sink your teeth into this monster of a collection. You’re in store for some long, dark nights filled with beautiful, hungry creatures. Don’t cry when you find yourself with two perfectly round puncture wounds on your neck…because you’ve been warned.
Click here to get the special price of $15.99 from the Publisher. This anthology will also be available shortly at all major online retailers.
I was just informed today, Fem Fangs, the female vampire anthology I’m Co-Editor on with Jessy Marie Roberts, has been sent to the printer and should be available for purchase soon. Once it’s available to order; I’ll be posting the final cover art and where you are able to pick up a copy.
I’ll keep you posted!
This month, ‘Ty-ing Up the Genre’ on Hellnotes dot com, brought in Wrath James White to write a guest article – ‘Yet Still It Lives’. Click here to read it.
I announced here about, Relics & Remains, the upcoming anthology of short stories that will be released in March 2011 by Dark Quest Books. I will be the sole Editor on the project and have decided to make this particular anthology ‘Invite Only’. As you can imagine from the title – the 14 stories that will be contained in the book will deal with cursed artifacts, people that believe in such, eerie old tomes, etc. Given the seasoned and up-and-comers that have agreed to be part of this project; it should be a hell of an anthology! The list of participating authors is below (in no particular order).
Adam P. Lewis
Thomas A. Erb
Wrath James White
Fell Beasts (a subtitle is still in development) is an upcoming anthology of short stories that will be released in December 2010 by Dark Quest Books. I will be the sole Editor on the project and have decided to make this particular anthology ‘Invite Only’. As you can imagine from the title – the 12 stories that will be contained in the book will deal with creatures and monsters! Given the seasoned and up-and-comers that have agreed to be part of this project; it should be a hell of an anthology! The list of authors is below (in no particular order).
Thomas A. Erb
Adam P. Lewis
R. Scott McCoy
James A. Moore
Scott Christian Carr
Recently answered some interview questions for A.R. Braun’s blog. Click here to read the interview.
Today is my birthday – I’m 33 to be exact. One year ago, I did a post with the same title – A Yearly Ritual – where I looked at what I currently have going on and my goals for the next 12 months. Well, instead of listing the seven…yes, that’s 7 books, I have coming out in the next year and a half (as of right now – though I am extremely close to signing a contract to book #8) you can check out everything that’s forthcoming under the Published Works page. Needless to say – I think I’ve exceeded my goals from last year.
So, what’s in store for the next 12 months, you ask?
- Have an already completed novella picked up by a ‘certain’ publisher
- Have an already completed novel picked up by a ‘certain’ publisher
- Continue to pitch a novella idea to a ‘certain’ publisher
- Continue to pitch a column idea to a ‘certain’ magazine
- Finalize a novella idea to a ‘certain’ publisher
- Sign on the dotted line for previously mentioned book #8 in the coming week or two
- Finish the short stories for my 2nd short story collection, On Dark, Lonely Nights
- and last but not least…continue to turn-in all completed mss to my publishers on time (which they all know I’m good for!)
Yes, yes, before you even comment and say something such as, “what’s up with all the vague stuff.” All I can say is, “you’ll just have to wait and see, because this is the name of the game right now…and that you’ll be happy you stuck around for the ride.”
And to the 100+ birthday wishes on Facebook…I thank you!!