THE ONE THAT GOT AWAYWOMEN OF HORROR ANTHOLOGYVOLUME 3 -- OUT NOW! What doesn’t kill me, might make me kill you! 30 women authors from around the world were challenged to write about The One That Got Away. Here you’ll find tales of unrequited love, blind dates gone wrong, stalkers and their prey, cursed guitars,... Continue Reading →
With Volume 3 of our Women of Horror series doing well and Volume 4 currently in editing, we are delighted to announce our next project – Slash-Her. Slash-Her is a Women of Horror slasher anthology which is a mixture of invite and submissions. The foreword, cover and TOC so far will all be revealed in... Continue Reading →
Oh hello there, it’s me again. So with only 5 days to go now until launch day, stress levels are rising. I had some more lovely, honest and thoughtful reviews over the weekend and am in equal parts excited and terrified about the book finally being almost available to the public.
Today I would like to take a moment to thank 2 people whose involvement with TTT is connected.
You all know Jill Girardi, right? The brains and beauty behind Kandisha Press, my NYC BFF? Well, because she is insanely awesome, she sometimes makes me submit to things. And sometimes those things are pretty damn big and cool like 25 Gates of Hell which also features no other than … Brian Keene.
Due to this amazing fact, Brian and I have a little interaction now and again despite me being in awe and looking like the village idiot…
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https://youtu.be/Ko_TshdRmzs Author Somer Canon reads from her story, "THE RIDDLED PATH" which appears in UNDER HER BLACK WINGS Women of Horror Anthology Vol. 1A Boy Scout Troop encounters a frightening mythological creature in an American forest. SOMER CANON is a minivan revving suburban mother who avoids her neighbors for fear of being found out as... Continue Reading →
Welcome everyone, I'm The Li-Bury-An, and today we have a spotlight on Ashley Burns Writer. Athlete. Musician. Ashley Burns spends most of her time either sitting outside writing, staring off into the woods, or in the gym kickboxing, getting all her violent urges out. She lives in Nashville, TN with her son and obnoxious cat,... Continue Reading →
Welcome everyone, I'm The Li-Bury-An, and today we have a spotlight on Rebecca Rowland It wasn't pre-arranged that Rebecca Rowland would write the title story for The One That Got Away. But as I read it, I grinned to myself and realized how glad I was that she'd used the title. It was the perfect... Continue Reading →
Welcome everyone, I'm The Li-Bury-An, and today we have a spotlight on Lucy Rose "The Lady Crow" by Lucy Rose is a moving and wonderfully entertaining piece of Quiet Horror, yet it is also so much more than what it appears to be at first glance. Stifled in a loveless, emotionally abusive marriage, Meriwether attempts... Continue Reading →
Welcome everyone, I'm The Li-Bury-An, and today we have a spotlight on Faith Pierce Faith Pierce is a name you will be hearing a lot about in the near future. Her debut novel will be published by the legendary Crystal Lake in 2022! Her story in our Women of Horror Anthology is not only one... Continue Reading →
Welcome everyone, I'm The Li-Bury-An, and today we have a spotlight on Villimey Mist After I received a short story submission from The One That Got Away by Villimey Mist, I realized that I, shamefully, was unfamiliar with any other Icelandic authors. I started doing some research, and came across the wonderful tradition of Jólabókaflóð,... Continue Reading →
Welcome everyone, I'm The Li-Bury-An, and today we have a spotlight on Carmen Baca. https://www.youtube.com/embed/JmLuTu7N3TA A powerful voice in Quiet Horror, a subgenre which is seeing a resurgence of late, Carmen Baca stands tall among literary giants such as Shirley Jackson and Edith Wharton. Baca blends magic and mysticism beautifully with her own Hispanic heritage.... Continue Reading →
Welcome everyone, I'm The Li-Bury-An, and today we have a spotlight on Rowan Hill What was your worst blind date?That is the discussion that opens up when one reads Rowan Hill's piece in The One That Got Away. On the night when a wildfire burns across the land, Kate takes revenge on a blind date... Continue Reading →