Tuesday, August 23, 2011

I Believe In Werewolves


I Believe In Werewolves
An Anthology of Wolfen Terror
On Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Believe-Werewolves-Anthology-Wolfen-Terror/dp/1463688741

Order this great anthology now! It is available on Smashwords also!

Blaze 


Cover art by Melissa Stevens
Melissa now has a page on Smashwords. Her writing is as finely crafted as her graphics. Two of her stories, "The Seventh Son" and "Reunion" will appear in the anthology. http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/melstevens

Teeth, fangs and claws, rent flesh, and howls in the night send fear as the creatures that were once men bring terror and death to those they encounter. Werewolves, vicious demons of the night, hunt for prey as their hell curse drives them to a destiny undreamed by them as men.
Netbound Publishing is pleased to announce what will be the first in a series of horror collections that will become an integral part of their “Night Terrors” imprint to be available to the book store market beginning in the spring of 2011. They will also be purchasable through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kindle and Nook.

We've gathered
together the best in independent horror authors to create a fresh and exciting anthology that will leave you wanting to howl at the moon. Your screams will fill the night as you read from one story to the next, each more terrifying than the last, as Werewolves feast on your nerves.
Includes:
Afternoon Tea by Jennifer Tucker, Winter Moon by John Irvine, Justice Comes With The Moon by Jeremiah Coe, The Hunger Within by Elizabeth Kolodziej, Werewolves Of Mauvin by Robert A. Read, The Reunion by Melissa Stevens, No Poaching Allowed by Rob M. Miller, Lily's Angel by Shawn Pfister, The Lycaning by Lori R. Lopez, Parenting - Not For The Faint Of Heart by Scott M. Goriscak, Lakota Justice by Blaze McRob, For The Good Of The Fatherland by Mary L. Underwood, Queen Of The Dogs by Lee Pletzers, Once Bitten - Not So Shy by Sirrah Medeiros, Lie Canthropy by Jerry McKinney, The Seventh Son by Melissa Stevens, Mouretta by Linda M. Lovecraft, Solitary by Michael Bertolini, Wolf Killer by Mikel B. Classen, The Investigation by Jennifer Tucker

Don't miss this must have collection of stories.


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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Cindy Keen Reynders


 

I am proud to announce that Cindy Keen Reynders has joined our publishing family at Angelic Knight Press. Here is the post from over there: 




http://saucylucywisdom.blogspot.com/

Angelic Knight Press is thrilled to welcome Cindy Keen Reynders to our family. We will be publishing "The Seven-Year Witch" for her. She is presently involved in going the Indie route with "A Killer Slice", book three in her "Saucy Lucy" series. That will be a must read. I loved the first two books in the series, "Saucy Lucy Murders" and "Paws-itively Guilty." The series is  detective/thriller/murder/mystery/comedy. Wow! That takes some talent!

"The Seven-Year Witch" can best be described as YA, chick-lit, fantasy, and down right funny. Yvonne and I have both been having fun reading this story. It ranks Five Stars on Yvonne's Laughter Gauge and Blazing Five Witches on mine. Okay, Blaze writes horror, but he likes to laugh, too. 


Just as a little tease for now, I will tell you Cindy's story takes place in Merry Olde England and involves time travel by a novice witch who travels naked. Her cuss words are even funny since they're not cuss words but they actually are: a paradox of laughter.


Cindy's great novel will show our readers that Angelic Knight Press encompasses many genres. Sure, we all love horror here, but that's not all we like. 


We will be telling you more about Cindy and her great novel which is scheduled for release in January/February. Visit her blog and Facebook page! Read her other novels as well. They're great! 

Blaze




William Cook



My sister blog, Angelic Knight Press, is proud to announce that William Cook will be publishing a novel with us. Here is our post:


http://3cagency.blogspot.com/


https://www.facebook.com/WilliamCookWriterIllustrator



Angelic Knight Press is excited to announce that William Cook, a very talented author, poet, and artist/ illustrator from New Zealand will be gracing us with his presence in the form of his fantastic novel "Blood Related" which we are slating for release in December. We have to take advantage of the holiday season sales mania! 

Yvonne, Stacey, and I are in love with this chilling horror, mystery tale. William sent us a very polished Ms. Below is a portion of the synopsis sent to us by him.

Meet Caleb Samael Cunningham, a diabolical serial-killer with an inherited psychopathology, passed down via a blood-soaked genealogy. Caleb is a disturbed young man whose violent father is a suspected serial killer and mother, an insane alcoholic. After his Father’s suicide, Cunningham’s disturbing fantasy-life becomes reality, as he begins his killing spree in earnest. His identical twin brother Charlie is to be released from an asylum and all hell is about to break loose, when the brothers combine their deviant talents.Blood Related is a serial-killer/crime novel told in a first-person narrative style from the killer’s (Caleb’s) point-of-view. 

Need I say any more? Later, I will, but for now this should give you a vivid idea of what to expect with this great novel. As for the cover art, William asked if he could do his own. He is quite an accomplished artist so I naturally said yes. We can hardly wait to see what he will present to us.

We feel very fortunate to have William joining us. Angelic Knight Press is not the only publisher interested in publishing this novel. We won!


Keep tuned for more information, dates, etc. Exciting times for all of us!

Blaze






 

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Kathy Rowe



Take a peek at what an honor Kathy Rowe, our Formatting Specialist, has. She made the finals of a fantastic awards opportunity! I put this up on Angelic Knight Press blog as well, but it bears another place to praise Kathy!


Military Writers Society of America Announces the 2011 book awards and Korean War Book Finalists

The annual award presentation will be held in Pittsburgh at the Airport Marriot Hotel on October 1, 2011.

(PRWEB) August 02, 2011
The Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) announces the finalists for its 2011 book awards. This year 66 books in 21 categories have received nominations. The MWSA book awards recognize outstanding military-themed books in a wide range of categories from children to adult. The categories include fiction, non-fiction, spiritual/religious, individual service branches, poetry, business/how to, and others. Entries included books published by traditional, subsidy, self-published, and e-book formats.
In addition, MWSA, together with the Center for the Study of the Korean War, Our History Project, and Positively Pittsburg Live, is a co-sponsor of a special Korean War Book Award. Six books are finalists in this category designed to raise awareness of the conflict known as the “Forgotten War.” The Korean War Book Award contest includes a First Prize Cash Award of $150, was open to all authors who have written a book about the Korean War, whether fiction or non-fiction.
The annual Awards program is MWSA’s most important and exciting function. We focus on content, style, visual, and technique. Each year, more active military, veteran and historians submit their work. Each year, the competition is more intense,” says Joyce Faulkner, president of Military Writers Society of America, “and 2011 is no exception.”
The Military Writers Society of America is an association of more than 800 authors, poets, artists, and photographers whose core principle is a love of the men and women who defend this nation, and an understanding and respect of their sacrifice and dedication.
MWSA 2011 Award Nominees (In no particular order)
Historical Fiction – Event
Beyond Those Hills by M.H.A. Menondji
David & the Mighty Eight by Marjorie Hodgson Parker
Victory Road by Mark Bowlin
The Corydon Snow by Richard Whitten Barnes
Once a Knight by Walt Shiel
Look Long Into the Abyss by A.R. Homer
Historical Fiction ― Chronicle
Shall Never See So Much by Gerald Gillis
Historical Fiction ― Protagonist
For Love of Country by William C. Hammond
Fiction ― Mystery
Loose Ends Kill by Bob Doerr
Laos File by Dale A. Dye
ARGOPELTER by Ronald Smith
I Know Why the Dogwoods Blush by Bill Cain
Fiction ― Thriller
Project Dragonslayers by Kathy Rowe   HERE SHE IS! YAY!
Pirates & Cartels by Lee & Vista Boyland
Sgt. Rock - The Lost Battalion, HC by Billy Tucci
The Mullahs Storm by Thomas W. Young
Fiction ― Literary
The Book in the Wall by John F. Simpson
Non-Fiction ― History
Eisenhower & Montgomery by William Weidner
Keeping the Promise by Donna Elliott
American Guerilla by Mike Guardia
Targeted Killing by Thomas B. Hunter
T-41 Mescalero: The Military Cessna 172 by Walt Shiel
Lost Eagles by Blaine L. Pardue
Non-Fiction ― Memoir
DAI Uy Hoch by David R. Hoch
Wing Wife by Marcia J. Sargent
Life Interrupted by War by Thomas van Hees
Lullabies for Lieutenants by Franklin Cox
We Came to Fight a War by Jack Flynn & Alvin E. Kotler
Earning My Wings by Shirley Dobbins Forgan
Non-Fiction ― Reference
Aerial Aces of the Universal Newsreel by Philip W. Stewart
Non-Fiction ― Biography
True Blue: A Tale of the Enemy Within by Joe Sanchez & MoDhania
Women in the U.S. Armed Forces by Darlene M. Iskra
Grey Eminence by Edward Cox
Beyond All Price by Carolyn Poling Schriber
Non-Fiction ― How To/Business
Disability Compensation by Thomas van Hees
Breastfeeding in Combat Boots by Robyn Roche-Paul
Non-Fiction ― Creative Non-Fiction
Gated Grief by Leila Levinson
Non-Fiction ― Spiritual/Religious
God + Military Spouse by Lori Kathleen Cline
A Prayer Journey through Deployment by Donna Mull
Bringing Courage to the Courageous by Don Williamson
I Want to be the Fat Pretty One by Lori Kathleen Cline
Artistic ― Pictorial
USAF Interceptors by Marty Isham & David McLaren
Poetry ― Book
Through the Years by James Jellerson
Blooming Red by Carolyn Howard-Johnson & Magdelina Ball
Kings of the Green Jelly Moon by L.King, J.Greenwald, J. Jellerson, M. Mullins
Children ― Ages 12 & Below
The Adventures of Briskey Bear by Steve Bolt
The Sandpiper's Game by Charles Boyle
Klinger by Betsy Beard
Our Daddy is Invincible by Shannon Maxwell
Eddie & Bingo: A Friendship Tale by Katherine & Kathleen L. Taylor
Military ― Air Force
Safe Landings by Fran McGraw
Belle of the Brawl by Gary A. Best
The Men Who Killed the Luftwaffe by Jay A. Stout
Two Gold Coins and a Prayer by James H. Keeffe lll
Military ― Army
Incoming by Jack Manick
Alan's Letters by Nancy E. Rial
Still Standing by Jim Kosmo
The Sentinel & the Shooter by Douglas W. Bonnot
Inside the President's Helicopter by G.T. Boyd & J. Boor
War Remains by Jeffery Miller
Military ― Marines
Obediently Yours, Orson Welles by Ulman Bray
Military ― Navy
The Seventh Angel by Jeff Edwards
The Untold Experiences by C. Gilbert Lowery
Listening to Ghosts by Robert (Bob) Stockton
Military ― Coast Guard
The Coast Guard by Tom Beard
Korean War Book Award
Chitose Road by Robert S. Ruehrdanz
A Hill Called White Horse by Tony Sobieski
The Untold Experiences by C. Gilbert Lowery
Truman & MacArthur by Donald Farinacci
Eddie & Bingo by Kathleen & Katherine Taylor
War Remains by Jeffrey Miller



Attaway, Kathy!