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All E-books 99¢ Oct. 12th-31st at Uninvited Books: “Illuminating Darkness”

Next Friday (October 12) is Aleister Crowley’s 137th birthday.

“I was not content to believe in a personal devil and serve him,” said Aleister Crowley. “I wanted to get hold of him personally and become his chief of staff.”

To celebrate the Evil One’s birthday,

all e-books from Uninvited Books will be 99¢

from the 12th through Halloween!

 

October 12th ~ October 31st

Trick or Treat yourself to some of the finest contemporary dark fiction.

http://www.uninvitedbooks.com/page17.html

 

WOOD by Robert Dunbar

            “Literary Horror at its best.” ~ Layers of Thought

GARDENS OF NIGHT  by Greg F. Gifune

            “Dark fiction as it is meant to be written.” ~ Literary Mayhem

MARTYRS & MONSTERS by Robert Dunbar

            “A masterpiece.” ~ Dark Scribe Magazine

LITTLE BOY LOST by T. M. Wright

            “Brilliant.” ~ Horror World

WILLY by Robert Dunbar

            “Profound.” ~ The Reading Review

DESCENT by Sandy DeLuca

            “Not to be missed.” ~ Nights & Weekends

SHADOWS, Supernatural Tales by Masters of Modern Literature

            “Required reading for all horror fans.” ~ Shroud Magazine

U N I N V I T E D   B O O K S

Illuminating Darkness …

www.UninvitedBooks.com

Giveaway: Sept. 21-25, Robert Dunbar’s “MARTYRS & MONSTERS” is Free at Amazon!

The Autumnal Equinox is Saturday, September 22nd.

Celebrate the season of the witch with a free Kindle download of Robert Dunbar’s

“MARTYRS & MONSTERS.”

 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005IQDPSK

 

Horror and Suspense, Science Fiction and Fantasy — a collection of dangerously dark fiction for adults … by the author of THE PINES, THE SHORE and WILLY.

 

THE PRESS about: MARTYRS & MONSTERS by Robert Dunbar

“Completely and utterly engrossing.”

Lambda Literary Foundation

 

“A masterpiece.”

Dark Scribe Magazine

 

“Not a book to read lightly.”

RAINBOW REVIEWS

 

“Brilliantly chilling … searingly erotic.”

The Edge

 

“Substantial amounts of panache and poetic insight.”

Cemetery Dance Magazine

 

“Provocative … vivid and visceral.”

GUD Magazine

 

“Never less than brilliant.”

The Black Abyss

 

“Hauntingly sensual … with a razor’s edge of eroticism.”

Hell Notes

Love hurts. Explore your darkness.

Brandon Ford’s “Decayed Etchings”-A Collection of Dark Fiction Now Available!

 

A Press Release:

 

SYNOPSIS

In his first collection, Brandon Ford delivers 18 brand
new, never before published tales of the dark, twisted,
and macabre. Buried within these gnarled pages, you’ll
discover jilted lovers, cheating spouses, bizarre fetishes,
acid trips, and roaming sleepwalkers. You’ll meet noisy
neighbors, struggling writers, vengeful females, and
even a monster or two.

With Decayed Etchings, you’ll dive headfirst into a
world of ghoulish delights that will surely satisfy even
the most jaded gorehound. In this world, there is
always something lurid hiding beneath. You need only
scratch the surface.

Trade Paperback: 204 pages
Publisher: Black Bed Sheet Books (July 4, 2011)
ISBN: 978-0-9833773-9-9
Suggested Retail Price: $14.95 US
Category: Fiction/Collection
Genre: Horror/Dark Suspense
Primary readers: Adults

PRAISE

Crystal Bay:

“A very enjoyable read. I can’t wait to see what [he] does next.” –Garry
Charles, Hammerhead

“Brandon Ford is the new Prince of Horror, soon to be King.” –Ryan
Nicholson, Star Vehicle

“Ford shows a knack for setting suspense. He’s a promising new talent.”
–Kevin Lucia, Higher Education

Splattered Beauty:

“Absolutely delicious. Drags the reader along on one hell of a bumpy
ride.” –Robert Dunbar, The Pines

“Brandon Ford is a burgeoning master of crimson escapism!” –Tim Ritter,
Truth or Dare: A Critical Madness

“I expect to see Brandon Ford win awards and go far.” –Nicholas
Grabowsky, Red Wet Dirt

Pay Phone:

“Disturbing, bloody, and vicious. Pay Phone is not for the weakhearted…”
–Scott A. Johnson, Dread Central

“Truly terrifying and chilling right down to the bone. This one comes
highly recommended.” –Ed Demko, Bloodtype Online

“Ford has an obvious gift…” –Richard Perez, Permanent Obscurity

BRANDON FORD BIOGRAPHY

Brandon Ford (b. August 28, 1981) grew up in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He started writing at the approximate age of 8 and spent a lot of time testing the waters with various genres. He wrote dramas, comedies, essays, plays, and, of course, thrillers. There were few things he took pleasure in crafting more than a good old-fashioned scary story. Throughout grade school, as well as high school, he continued to build his portfolio with various works (mostly short stories and novellas, but a few plays here and there). He’d pass around these manuscripts to friends and teachers for feedback. Knowing others enjoyed his work and craved more inspired him to keep going.

A few months shy of 23, he sat down to pen his first novel, which became Crystal Bay. Arctic Wolf Publishing, a small press based in Georgia, picked the book up a few years later. Shortly thereafter, he completed Splattered Beauty, an ode to his favorite Scream Queens. In 2009, he teamed up with Alan Draven and Jessica Lynne Gardner for Creeping Shadows (Pixie Dust Press), a collection of three short novels. Ford’s contribution, Merciless, was heavily inspired by a real-life kidnapping that took place in California in 2002. In March 2010, Arctic Wolf released his third novel, Pay Phone. Ford has also contributed works of short fiction to several anthologies, including Abaculus 2007 and Abaculus III (Leucrota Press), Sinister Landscapes (Pixie Dust Press), Raw: Brutality As Art (Snuff Books), and The Death Panel (Comet Press). Some of his biggest influences have been writers like Jack Ketchum and the late Richard Laymon. In his spare time he enjoys reading, watching bad TV, and all things horror. He still resides in
South Philadelphia.

For merchandise of all kinds as well as a sample of the collection of stories and his thoughts, visit Brandon Ford’s website “Sleepless Nights”:

http://www.writerbrandonford.blogspot.com