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Infected: Prey is on sale right now! And the City of Monsters re-release just started!

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Not that anyone ever asks, but here are my best albums of the year. As always, an unusual bunch. Zeal & Ardor – Stranger Fruit Well, of course. You all saw this coming down main, didn’t you? The weird gospel/death metal group Zeal & Ardor threw this musical grenade at us this year, a story of slavery, racism, and revenge, which really shouldn’t have held a frightening relevance, but of course it did. And, if you’d prefer to ignore the gut punching lyrics, you can, and just enjoy getting your eardrums kicked in. But frankly, the whole package is dynamite, and Zeal & Ardor should soundtrack the end of the world. Oh wait, they are. Tim Hecker – Konoyo Who requested eerie ambient music? Well, Hecker serves it up as he always does....

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The pre-orders for Strange Angels is now live!

Yes, it’s the relaunch!

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A Message From The Dumb Ass Author

Hey everybody! I just wanted to wish everyone a happy holidays if you celebrate it, or if you don’t, happy Mythbusters marathon days! (I’ve been enjoying that myself.) Anyways, I wanted to take a moment to also thank everybody who read my books and stories this year. This hasn’t been a super productive year for me – depression is great, isn’t it folks? – but I hope to turn that around next year. I have two WIPs well over fifty thousand words, and Less Than Three Press will be re-releasing both Josh of the Damned and Strange Angels. I hope to post updates, and maybe a little flash fic along the way. Thank you so much for the reviews and book recommendations. It all helps, and you’ve basically kept me going this year....

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Poem For A Shadow

All apologies to Hughes Mearn. (Photo by Brian J. White.) ** Yesterday, on the street, I met a man not so fleet. He’s a shadow without body, a wayward sort, Who haunts the areas around the port. He never says a word, only waits, Like a man not aware he’s been stood up for a date. I asked him several times if I could aid him, Before light and time would surely fade him. Finally one night he answered me, Much to my surprise and glee. “I am but a portent of doom, Staying here until you all join me in the Stygian gloom. Your end is coming fast and messy, So if I were you I’d wear something a little less dressy.” So if you see a shadow without a man, There’s no point in running away. For you and I will join him soon, And here we will all...

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