Thursday, September 5, 2019

Cover Reveal: Lullabies for Suffering: Tales of Addiction Horror



Here it is! Cover reveal for:

LULLABIES FOR SUFFERING:
TALES OF ADDICTION HORROR
Huge thanks to Dean Samed for his diligence in creating this cover. Dean personified the attitude and feel of this project, and he’s created a magnificent piece of art. The vintage look. The Lullaby theme. You can see the stories inside.





Look for presale date in October, publication date in January

Pre-Sale:
October 22, 2019

Publication date:
January 21, 2020

This collection is a follow up to Garden of Fiends but certainly not a sequel, for the scope is larger, and the volume bigger. Each story features the insidious nature of addiction. Damaged humans craving for highs and wholeness but finding something darker, more tragic, and more horrific on the other side.

Addiction may start like a sweet lullaby sung by a trusted loved one, washing away the pains of the day and wrapping you in the warmness of the womb. But soon enough, this warm state of bliss becomes a cold shiver. The ecstasy and dreams become nightmares, and for the sick and suffering addict, we can’t stop listening to the lullaby. We crave to hear the siren song as it rips us apart.

An incredibly talented group of writers sing these songs of suffering. You’re invited to listen.

Table of Contents
Kealan Patrick Burke: Sometimes They See Me
Caroline Kepnes: Monsters
Mark MatthewsLizard
John FD TaffThe Melting Point of Meat
Gabino Iglesias: Beyond the Reef
Mercedes M. Yardley: Love Is A Crematorium



*Look for more exciting news about Lullabies for Suffering in the months to come, including a chance to win signed paperback copies from the authors on the table of contents*









What? You can’t wait that long?
Well, rest easy. The predecessor to Lullabies is on sale!

is on sale until September 10th for just .99 Cents.



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Cover Reveal: Lullabies for Suffering: Tales of Addiction Horror

Here it is! Cover reveal for: LULLABIES FOR SUFFERING: TALES OF ADDICTION HORROR Huge thanks to Dean Samed for his dil...