The project is a series of novella collections. Each installment will contain three novellas, with three books currently in the works.
The first installment, Triplicity: The Terror Project, Vol. 1, will debut in December 2016. Triplicity is comprised of “Steel” by Tony Tremblay (The Seeds of Nightmares), “The Christmas Spirit” by Rob Smales (Echoes of Darkness), and “Brando and Bad Choices” by Stacey Longo (Ordinary Boy). “We couldn’t be happier with the starting lineup,” said Marketing Director Jason Harris. “We’re coming out strong with this trio of impressive writers.”
The second installment is scheduled for release in fall 2017, and the third has a tentative release date of early 2018.
by Jason Harris
Author Stacey Longo appeared at Granite State ComicCon in Manchester, New Hampshire last weekend. It was the 13th year of this convention and the second consecutive year she has signed at this convention.
Author Stacey Longo.
Author Stacey Longo with fan Jason Rivers.
Author Stacey Longo hanging out with Groot and Rocket.
Stacey with cosplayer R.W. Martin.
Both Longo and Martin will be guest at Super Megafest in November. Longo will also be signing at VT Comic Con this weekend.
By Jason Harris
Books & Boos Press was at the Open Air Market at the Wadsworth Mansion on August 30th with three authors: Stacey Longo, G. Elmer Munson, and Rob Watts.
From left to right: authors Stacey Longo, Rob Watts, and G. Elmer Munson.
This was my 4th year being involved with this event. This involvement has always been with bringing authors and books to the Open Air Market. The market has always been successful and always has a lot of people coming out to it. This year was the busiest I have ever seen it. The attendance for this year’s event blows the other year’s attendance out of the water.
Click here for a Patch article with a nice slideshow of pictures.
Authors Stacey Longo and Rob Watts.
By Jason Harris
Stacey Longo. Photo by Jason Harris
Author Stacey Longo will be promoting Secret Things, her collection of 12 stories published by Books & Boos Press, at the New England Author Expo and on the Connecticut Authors Trail within the next week.
Longo’s first stop will be the New England Authors Expo on Wednesday, July 30. She will be one of the authors at the Books & Boos table. The expo operates from 4 to 9 p.m. and takes place in the Harborview Ballroom at the Danversport Yacht Club. The yacht club is located at 161 Elliott Street (Rt. 62) in Danvers, MA. There will be a free gift bag to the first 100 visitors. This event is FREE.
People can find out more about the Expo here. The Expo is also on Facebook here or on Twitter (@neauthorexpo).
Photo by Jason Harris.
On Tuesday, Aug. 5, Longo will be reading from Secret Things at the Saxton B. Little Free Library in Columbia, CT. The event starts at 6:45 p.m. The library is located at 319 Route 87.
According to the Connecticut Authors Trail website, the “trail consists of a consortium of Eastern Connecticut Libraries who are constantly amazed at the variety of genres and diverse styles of writing among the authors who live in or are associated with the Nutmeg State.”
Secret Things by Stacey Longo has been released by Books and Boos Press. This collection contains 12 tales that will entertain and leave the reader wanting more. The paperback and e-book versions can be ordered through Amazon.
The cover was created by artist Stephanie Johnson, the cover is reminiscent of Saul Bass’s work, but with a style and flair all its own.
“I’d seen some of the covers Stephanie did for Kate Laity—most notably Noir Carnivaland Weird Noir—and knew she’d be the perfect choice to design the cover for this collection,” Books & Boos Press co-owner Jason Harris said. “She was wonderful to work with, and we’re so happy with the result!”
Books & Boos Press is pleased to announce the cover artwork for Secret Things, a collection of scary tales by Stacey Longo. The cover was created by artist Stephanie Johnson, the cover is reminiscent of Saul Bass’s work, but with a style and flair all its own.
“I’d seen some of the covers Stephanie did for Kate Laity—most notably Noir Carnival and Weird Noir—and knew she’d be the perfect choice to design the cover for this collection,” Books & Boos Press co-owner Jason Harris said. “She was wonderful to work with, and we’re so happy with the result!”
The short story collection will be released in October 2013 as both a paperback and e-book.