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Misanthrope Press Anthology Launched!

Here’s an update on the first of two anthologies I’m involved with this year.

Misanthrope Press’ Children of the Moon anthology is now released!

Take a look inside...

As you might already know/guess it’s all about the inner beast with this collection of short stories. Lycanthropes galore! My own offering, Hunting Grounds is squished between the others. A story based in my home town of Doncaster, any locals get to play the ‘guess which coffee house I’m talking about’ game. If any of you are reading, let me know which you think it is ;)

I hope some of you get to read it, because Hunting Grounds won’t be appearing anywhere else so I’d hate for you to miss it!

The link to send people to buy a print copy is here: http://www.misanthrope-press.com/anthologies
The link to send people to by an eBook copy is here: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/83874
As always, thanks for reading.

My first anthology imminent!

I can’t believe how fast this has come around. It only seems like two minutes since I was submitting Hunting Grounds to Misanthrope Press’ Children of the Moon anthology. And now the release is almost upon us. According to the lovely people at MP, the print version will be available to buy next week. From what I hear, it’s chock-full of werewolfy goodness to keep your inner beast satisfied until the moon is fat once more.

The ominous front cover

 

As you can see, the introduction is written by Paul Anderson, who apparently mentions my little story in particular (looking forward to reading that!). So keep your eyes peeled, kids, because this one is going to be a corker! And then let me know what you think!

MP have the usual ways of contacting them, too:

Facebook

Twitter or @misanthropepres (just one ‘s’)

and, of course, the website which will be the first place you can order the anthology.


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