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Bram Stoker Award Wins

Two RDSP titles received Bram Stoker Awards from the Horror Writer's Association. Lucy Snyder's SOFT APOCALYPSES won for Short Fiction and MR. WICKER for First Novel. Congratulations to Maria and Lucy!

You can see the pictures from the World Horror Convention and the Bram Stoker Awards here.

You can also read our blog on publishing Bram Stoker winning books.

Celebration Sale! Get MR. WICKER & SOFT APOCALYPSES together for $20, an $8 discount.

Reader's Choice Finalists Announced

The voting was quite competitive for the first round of our Reader's Choice Award. In fact, we wound up with a tie so instead of 4 finalists there are 5! These are: Wasteland Blues, How to Read, The Man Who Loved Alien Landscapes, Mourning Jewelry & Ambasadora.

See the full results

Women in Horror Panel a Success

Every panelist had incredible, thoughtful insights to share and many excellent points were made and important experiences were shared. Read about the event and see the PHOTOS.

Upcoming Events

June 6, 1-4 p.m.
Local Author Book Festival
Westerville Public Library, Columbus, OH
Matt Betts

June 25-28
In Your Write Mind Workshop
Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA
Michael Arnzen, Matt Betts, J.L. Gribble, Heidi Ruby Miller, Jason Jack Miller, Albert Wendland

July 24-26
Confluence
Doubletree Hotel, Cranberry, Pittsburgh
J.L. Gribble, Albert Wendland, K. Ceres Wright, Stephanie Wytovich
 

Writing Retreat Wrap Up


Our second retreat at Bourbon Ridge was a fabulous time that included fire, secrets, writing, walks in the woods and more.

Check out the recap and photos

Read the blog post 4 Lessons Learned Hosting a Writing Retreat

PROMPT: Tour of the David Lynch Nursing Home
 
For more prompts subscribe to The Goreletter. Seek out Arnzen's ebook, Instigation: Creative Prompts on the Dark Side!

Just Released — An Exorcism of Angels

Wytovich shows us that love isn’t always the saving grace that we expect it to be. To her, there is no balance of darkness to light, no line between what one desires and what one gets.  There’s no choosing who we fall in love with, and just as love is often Heaven, it can as easily be Hell.

“Stephanie M. Wytovich lays bare the darkest yearnings of the human – and inhuman – heart with scalpel-like precision. These are  poems forged in hellfire and cooled by a dead lover’s kiss.” –Tim Waggoner, author of The Way of All Flesh and Eat the Night

Available for Pre-Order — Indelible Ink

Something lurks inside Deena Riordan. She never once questioned her life in the criminal underworld. Her ruthless demeanor and dark magical powers have kept her at the top of the heap for years. But one day she pushes the sorcery too far and something snaps. Only then does Deena realize she’s always been a puppet of that dark power.

Now, in order to get out of the crime business for good, she needs to save her sister. It won’t be easy. She’ll have to make her way through friends turned foes, dodge determined federal agents, and stay out of a particularly stubborn fellow hitman’s sights. Worst of all, Deena will have to wrestle with the darkness inside to keep it from swallowing her up again.

John Edward Lawson shares the best author opportunities for this month
GoodReads Giveaways
enter to win free paperbacks!

An Exorcism of Angels
poetry by Stephanie Wytovich

Steel Victory
by J.L. Gribble
(signed pre-release copy)

Author Interviews & Blogs
On Mr. Wicker Winning the Bram Stoker Award
by Maria Alexander

Getting to Where You Are
by Albert Wendland

John Edward Lawson issues a Bizarro Reading Challenge
 
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