WHAT IF THE PERSON YOU WRONGED IN LIFE WAS WAITING ON THE OTHER SIDE, JUST BEYOND THE COBWEBBED VEIL OF DEATH, TO DRAG YOU TO HELL?
Books & Boos Press is pleased to announce that we will be publishing Where Spiders Fear to Spin, a novella by Bram Stoker Award-nominated author Peter N. Dudar, in 2015. As a bonus, Dudar’s short story “Peripheral Vision” will be included with the novella.
Where Spiders Fear to Spin is a dark tale of mother and daughter, caught up in a web of resentment over past wrongdoings that infects every aspect of their current lives. While these two women struggle to deal with the past and each other, a vengeful ghost comes back into their lives to set right what they cannot—and it’s not pretty. Where Spiders Fear to Spin promises to be a terrifying and compelling read.
Dudar is the author of numerous novels, novellas, and short stories, including A Requiem for Dead Flies (nominated for a Stoker in 2013), Dolly & Other Stories, and The Angel of Death. He also pens a film review column titled Me & Lil’ Stevie for cinemaknifefight.com. A resident of Lisbon Falls, Maine, Dudar is donating his proceeds for this book to the Lisbon Community School PTO.
Books & Boos Press is a small publishing press based in Connecticut. We specialize in well-written books by lesser-known authors. Currently, we are accepting submissions by invitation only, but check back often—we expect to open up our submissions to everyone at some point in 2014!
Headed by journalist and publicist Jason Harris and writer and editor Stacey Harris, Books & Boos Press is well aware of the challenges that face the writing and publishing industry today. We work hard to promote our authors and books, and offer strategies and advice to our writers on how they can promote themselves.
Our first project is due out in October 2013. Secret Things is a collection of creepy tales by author Stacey Longo, and is a compilation of twelve tales highlighting the darker side of human nature. Longo is a former humor columnist for the Block Island Times, and turned her pen to horror in 2010. She’s been published in over a dozen anthologies and magazines, and maintains a weekly humor blog at http://www.staceylongo.com. We’re excited to debut our press with her collection! Currently, artist Stephanie Johnson (http://sljohnsonimages.com) is working on the cover, and we’ll post that here as soon as it’s finished.
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