Our new novel NIGHT WRAITH is now available in two hardcover editions and ebook editions. Published by SST Publications, these are some very nice looking books, so I wanted to share some pictures below. The signed, limited hardcover ships from the UK, and the trade hardcover is available via Amazon. The cover art for both editions was done by the talented Vincent Sammy.
We’re happy to announce that the new Fulbright & Hawkes novel, NIGHT WRAITH, is now available for pre-order, with publication planned for this Spring. The books are available for pre-order in two editions, a trade hardcover and a signed limited edition hardcover, both with amazing cover art by Vincent Sammy. The final book layout will feature stunning wraparound art on the dust jackets and high quality book construction. The limited edition is competitively priced compared to other specialty publishers. We’re very excited to work with SST on this project, knowing we can guarantee that collectors and readers who prefer hardcover formats will be duly pleased with the quality of this book. The pre-order page is up and running at the SST Publications website here: NIGHT WRAITH Pre-orders.
About the novel:
Something inhuman is slaughtering teens in the small town of Carson Lake. Police Chief Gavin Wagner knows more than he wants to admit, but when he can no longer deny that a secret from his past compels the thing that stalks the night, Gavin must face the truth or lose everything he loves.
Years ago, Gavin protected his daughter Carly from the full truth about her mother’s suicide. Talk of covens and the occult wouldn’t have done his little girl any good in her time of grief. He did it to help them heal, to help them move on. But now that Carly has blossomed into a beautiful young woman, dark forces have awakened, and his omission of truth may cost them their lives.
As Gavin strives to end the growing horror, desperately seeking people and clues that have disappeared beneath shrouds of mystery, Carly’s world is shaken, astir with strange manifestations, ghostly visitations, and the allure of witchcraft. Gavin must overcome his personal demons and find the answers he seeks in time to save them all from the thing that’s coming, reaching out from beyond, lurking in black shadows, hungry for blood and revenge…
New Horror Novel Accepted for Publication in Late 2015
We’re happy to announce that our new horror novel, NIGHT WRAITH, will be published in late 2015 by SST Publications in Hardcover, Trade Paperback, and eBook formats.
SST Publications is an independent publisher of all things dark. Their most recent books include the erotic horror anthology Peep Show, Volume 2 and the debut dark, thriller novel Don’t Stand So Close by screenwriter/director Eric Red (The Hitcher, Near Dark). They have recently launched a new horror fiction and dark art magazine Beware the Dark, which is a full-color, high-quality produced mag of between 100-130 pages bringing you the best dark and disturbing fiction and artwork. SST owner Paul Fry recently acquired the exclusive comic/graphic novel rights to Joe R. Lansdale’s entire ‘Hap and Leonard’ series of dark crime books, Richard Laymon’s classic horror novel The Cellar, and has signed a three-book deal with Cemetery Dance Publications owner Richard Chizmar. SST publishes their titles in multiple formats which are distributed worldwide by Ingram, the world’s largest book distributor.
We’re very excited to be working with Paul Fry and SST Publications on NIGHT WRAITH. Stay tuned for more news on the novel, sign up for our newsletter, or follow us on Twitter @FulbrightHawkes.
Angeline and Christopher will have individual stories appearing in the upcoming inaugural issue of Tales of Obscenity, coming soon from SST Publications. The magazine will be available in print and electronic editions. A very limited hardcover edition will also be available for pre-order soon. Both stories are pretty rough trade where subject matter is concerned, but then, if you’re checking out a magazine called Tales of Obscenity, your expectations are probably spot-on.
This magazine should really catch on with folks into extreme and erotic horror. Interested parties can look into subscribing in print or electronically by clicking here.
This is a new project from the recently revamped and revitalized SST Publications, the UK-based publisher of such popular small press titles as Peep Show: The Erotic Horror Magazine, Cold Storage, and the recent novel by Eric Red, Don’t Stand So Close. Owner/editor Paul Fry was also the man responsible for bringing to light Christopher’s first published novella, Sometimes Women Are So Cold, in 2002.