January's Releases

January is here and so is winter! Living in NE Indiana, we are no stranger to snow. Luckily the last few winters have been mild compared to my first one here. The twins had 27 snow days to make up! It was insane, to say the least, but it made me appreciate curling up with a warm latte and a good book.

January 1 | Bloodletter: The Hemato Pages by C. E. LutzeStatic Age Books | Horror Last year, Brielyn led a normal life in Los Angeles as a tattoo artist. Now, thanks to her estranged father, she’s a vampire with a lust for blood.

January 1 | Taiping Tales of Terror by Julya Oui | Penguin Random House | Malaysian horror collection Thirteen boys retell tales of terror one night around the campfire. But as the session draws to a close, they realize they started out with only twelve.

January 1 | Scream to the Shadows by Tunku Halim | Penguin Random House | Malaysian horror collection | Unconfined to a single theme, this new collection of twenty short stories by Halim offers five distinct worlds - the paranormal mysteries from 'The occult words', with its dark settings reveal supernatural existences in the characteristic Halim style. 

January 5 | The Thirteenth Koyote by Kristopher Triana | Death's Head Press | Splatter Western | Gunfights, ghouls, and graverobbing. #8 in Death's Head Press Splatter Western series.

January 5 | Animal Munish K. Batra MD | Wordfire | Thriller | Serial killer targets people that harm animals. Who is the real animal?

January 5 | The Miracle Sin by Marcus HawkeBlood Rites Horror | Religious Horror | Have you ever wondered if there’s more to life? If we are destined for something great, part of a divine plan rather than just subjects of random chaos? Mason Cole has wondered these things. And he has the answer…No.

January 11 | SHIVER Edited by Nico Bell | Self Published | Horror anthology | It’s about to get chilly! This un-brrr-lievable anthology presents 30 spooky stories exploring the depths of madness and terror unique to the cold.

January 12  | The Gulp by Alan Baxter | Self Published | Horror collection | Five novellas. Five descents into darkness. Welcome to The Gulp, where nothing is as it seems.

January 19 | The Route fo Ice and Salt by Jose Luis Zarate | Innsmouth Free Press | Queer Mexican Horror | A reimagining of Dracula’s voyage to England, filled with Gothic imagery and queer desire.

January 19 | In the Garden of Spite by Camilla Bruce | Berkley | True Crime Horror | An audacious novel of feminine rage about one of the most prolific female serial killers in American history--and the men who drove her to it.

January 19 | In Darkness, Shadows Breathe by Catherine Cavendish | Flame Tree Press | Horror | Carol and Nessa are in the hands of an entity that knows no boundaries and crosses dimensions - bending and twisting time itself - and where danger waits in every shadow. The battle is on for their bodies and souls and the line between reality and nightmare is hard to define.

January 19 | A House a the Bottom of the Lake by Josh Malerman | Del Rey Books | Horror |At seventeen years old, James and Amelia can feel the rest of their lives beginning. They have got this summer and this summer alone to experience the extraordinary. But they didn't expect to find it in a house at the bottom of a lake.

January 26 | The Flashlighters by Daniel Barnett | Self Published | Post Apoc Horror series | John Hawthorne is awake at last. But so are other things . . . horrible, unthinkable things born from bad dreams and left to roost across the darkened Utah countryside.

January 28 | The Hobgoblin of Little Minds by Mark Matthews | Wicked Run Press | Horror Kori suffered through her dad's mental illness. She wanted him to get better, but instead, he disappeared. She trespasses into the abandoned psychiatric hospital, the last place he was treated, seeking traces of his memory. What she finds instead is something no longer human living deep in the underground tunnels.

January 31 | A Dowry of Blood by S. T. Gibson | Nyx Publishing | Gothic Horror | A lyrical and dreamy reimagining of Dracula’s brides, A DOWRY OF BLOOD is a story of desire, obsession, and emancipation.

*Mini-synopsis are taken from synopsis by publisher*

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