<![CDATA[Ginger Nuts of Horror - NEWS]]>Fri, 07 Jul 2017 18:25:37 +0100Weebly<![CDATA[The Wolves of El Diablo is Available for Pre-Order Now]]>Thu, 29 Jun 2017 06:46:35 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/the-wolves-of-el-diablo-is-available-for-pre-order-nowFrom The Writer of ‘The Hitcher’ and ‘Near Dark’ – Comes A Brand New Must-Read Available For Pre-Order

From the master thriller writer, Eric Red, who wrote the classic suspense movies ‘The Hitcher’ and ‘Near Dark’, comes ‘The Wolves of El Diablo’. The highly-anticipated sequel and the second book in his popular Men Who Walk Like Wolves series, ‘The Wolves of El Diablo’ creates a new epic dark fantasy mythology readers are sure to devour.
“Couldn’t put it down. The action is nonstop relentless...I can't wait for the movie!” says Jack Ketchum, bestselling author of The Girl Next Door.
Fans of fantasy, westerns, horror, and action are sure to enjoy the high-octane thriller in which the heroes who won’t back down find themselves trapped on a train and facing an unbeatable battle against a horde of unstoppable werewolves. Eric Red’s classic feel meets with a whole new brand of adrenaline-fueled excitement that will entertain fans for hours.
“With this series, I wanted to create a new epic dark fantasy mythology of legendary heroes battling supernatural monsters in fantastic realms that will span a trilogy and take readers where they haven’t been before,” says Eric Red when asked about his inspiration for the series.
The Men Who Walk Like Wolves series is a crossover of the western and horror genres, mixing classic western gunfighter good guys with classic horror bad guy werewolves,” says Red, “Because both western and horror are action-packed, good guy-versus-bad guy stories, it’s a natural mash-up.”
The Wolves of El Diablo is a hit for avid readers of several genres, and everyone who loves a good story. Published by SST Publications, it is available for pre-order on Amazon in Paperback and e-Book Formats.
Pre-Order The eBook Today!
Pre-Order The Paperback Edition Now!
About Eric Red: Eric Red is a Los Angeles-based novelist, screenwriter, and film director. His first two novels, a dark coming-of-age tale about teenagers called DON’T STAND SO CLOSE and a dark fantasy called THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE are available from SST Publications. His other two novels, a science fiction thriller called IT WAITS BELOW and a mystery crime thriller called WHITE KNUCKLE, are available from Crossroad Press. His fifth novel THE WOLVES OF EL DIABLO, the sequel to THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE, will be published in hardcover, trade paperback and digital editions by SST Publications in August 2017.
The first two of his Joe Noose Western novels, NOOSE and HANGING FIRE, will be published by Kensington Books in 2018 and 2019. Mr. Red directed and wrote the films COHEN AND TATE for Hemdale, BODY PARTS for Paramount, UNDERTOW for Showtime, BAD MOON for Warner Bros. and 100 FEET for Grand Illusions Entertainment. His original screenplays include THE HITCHER for TriStar, NEAR DARK for DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group, BLUE STEEL for MGM and THE LAST OUTLAW for HBO. 

 ‘The Wolves of El Diablo’ is Available for Pre-Order Now 
Amazon and SST Publications
<![CDATA[​ WELCOME TO THE CURE, IT’S WONDERFUL HERE]]>Wed, 28 Jun 2017 11:48:37 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/-welcome-to-the-cure-its-wonderful-here“Echoes of The Shining”- Access, Channel 5
Gore Verbinski’s Visually Stunning, Critically Acclaimed Psychological Thriller A CURE FOR WELLNESS Arrives on Digital HD 19 June
and on Blu-rayTM & DVD 3 July

Lockhart (Dane DeHaan), an ambitious young executive is sent to retrieve his company’s CEO from a remote and mysterious “wellness center.” When he begins to unravel the retreat’s terrifying secrets, his sanity is tested, as he finds himself diagnosed with the same curious illness that keeps all the guests there longing for the cure.

Featuring hauntingly mesmerising performances from Dane DeHaan (Chronicle), Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter films) and Mia Goth (Everest), the Blu-rayTM and DVD includes a deleted sequence, a behind- the-scenes look at the scoring of the film and individual meditations from the wellness center.
A CURE FOR WELLNESS Disc Specifications

Release Date: Digital HD: 19 June 2017 / Blu-rayTM & DVD: 3 July 2017

Digital HD, Blu-rayTM & DVD Special Features Include

 Deleted Sequence: “It’s Wonderful Here”  Meditations

 The Score
Screen Format: Audio:
Total Run Time: UK Rating: Closed Captioned:
Widescreen 16:9 (1.78:1)
English 7.1 DTS-HD-MA / Spanish 5.1 DD / French 5.1 DD (Blu-rayTM) English 5.1 DD / Spanish 2.0 Surround DD / French 2.0 Surround DD (DVD) English / French / Spanish (Blu-rayTM & DVD)
Approximately 146 minutes

<![CDATA[NEW REALEASE: YESTERDAY WHEN WE DIED BY CHAD CLARK]]>Mon, 12 Jun 2017 09:13:41 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/new-realease-yesterday-when-we-died-by-chad-clark
Horror reviewer and author extraordinaire Chad A. Clark's new book Yesterday When We Died is released on 28 June, and Ginger Nuts of Horror has all the details you need to pre-order the book today.  

He's waiting for you.

Cryptic warnings and fragments from a crazed mind are all that Kyle has to go on in the wake of the unexpected suicide of his ex-girlfriend, Cheryl. A rapid descent into madness would culminate in throwing herself off the roof of her hospital, leaving him left behind, searching for answers.

Kyle has one clue to follow. From her parents, he learns that she spent a week alone, camping in the upstate wilderness in a rented cabin. Enlisting the company of two friends without revealing to them the real reason for his trip, Kyle goes there, determined to find out what happened to her. 

He soon realizes that the ghosts of his own memory and guilt have been joined by the dark presence of something else. Of something powerful. 

And still, the cabin waits

Determined to find out why, Kyle has one clue to follow. From her parents, he learns that she spent a week alone, camping in the upstate wilderness in a rented cabin. Enlisting the company of two friends without revealing to them the real reason for his trip, Kyle goes there himself, searching for answers. 

He soon realizes that the ghosts of his own memory and guilt have been joined by the dark presence of something else. Of something powerful. 

And still, the cabin waits.

<![CDATA[NEW NOVELLAS FROM NEWCON PRESS: CLARK, LITTLEWOOD, LOTS & CASELBERG]]>Fri, 09 Jun 2017 08:11:35 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/new-novellas-from-newcon-press-clark-littlewood-lots-caselberg
NewCon Press has just announced details of a brand new four novella set from such celebrated authors as Simon Clark, Alison Littlewood, Sarah Lotz, and Jay Caselberg.  They are available  as single books or as a gorgeous hardback slipped cased set featuring cover art from the hugely talented Vincent Sammy.  

NewCon Press
 is a multiple award-winning independent publisher specialising in science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy and horror. Founded in 2006 by author and editor Ian Whates, NewCon Press has established a reputation for quality, working with some of genre fiction’s best known names as well as with exciting new voices.

NewCon produces signed limited edition hardback, paperback, and eBook editions, and we are never frightened to showcase the talents of debut authors alongside those of more established writers. 

Click read more for full details of the books.  

All books can be purchased directly from NewCon Press or via the universal Amazon links in the main body of this news item.  

Case of the Bedevilled Poet: A Sherlock Holmes Enigma Simon Clark

After narrowly escaping a bomb blast during the Blitz in World War II London, poet Jack Crofton is threatened with death and worse by a mysterious soldier. Fleeing through the war-torn streets, he seeks sanctuary in a pub and falls into company with two elderly gentlemen who claim to be Holmes and Watson, the real life detectives who inspired Conan Doyle’s fictions. Unconvinced but desperate, Jack shares his story, and Holmes agrees to take his case...

Released June 2017, 82 pages. Paperback: 978-1-910935-48-4 £6.99
Signed limited edition hardback: 978-1-910935-47-7 £14.99 

Cottingley Alison Littlewood


In 1917 the world was rocked by claims that two young girls – Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths – had photographed fairies in the sleepy village of Cottingley. In 2017, a century later, we finally discover the true nature of these fey creatures. Correspondence has come to light that contains a harrowing account, written by village resident Lawrence Fairclough, laying bare the fairies’ sinister malevolence and spiteful intent. A gripping, enchanting tale from the bestselling author of Richard & Judy Book Club hit The Cold Season.

Released July 2017, 108 pages. Paperback: 978-1-910935-49-1 £6.99
Signed limited edition hardback: 978-1-910935-50-7 £14.99 

Body in the Woods Sarah Lotz

When an old friend turns up on Claire’s doorstep one foul night while her husband is away and begs for her help, she knows she should refuse, but she owes him and, despite her better judgement, finds herself helping to bury something in the woods. Will it stay buried, and can Claire live with the knowledge of what she did that night?

Released August 2017, 94 pages. Paperback: 978-1-910935-51-4 £6.99
Signed limited edition hardback: 978-1-910935-52-1 £14.99 

The Wind Jay Caselberg

Having moved to Abbotsford six months ago, Gerry reckons he’s just getting used to country life and the rural veterinary practice he’s taken on. Nothing could have prepared him, though, for the strange wind that springs up to stir the leaves in unnatural fashion, nor for the strikingly beautiful woman the villagers are so reluctant to talk about...

Released September 2017, 82 pages. Paperback: 978-1-910935-53-8 £6.99
Signed limited edition hardback: 978-1-910935-54-5 £14.99

Also available as a slipcase set, limited to just 40, containing all four novellas signed: £85.00 

<![CDATA[EXCLUSIVE COVER REVEAL: KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS: CORPSING]]>Wed, 07 Jun 2017 23:00:00 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/exclusive-cover-reveal-kayleigh-marie-edwards-corpsing
When I set up Ginger Nuts of Horror almost eight years ago, the main reason and mission statement for the site was "The Promotion and Celebration of Horror Authors".  It's a statement that still stands true; the site has never been about me it has always been about promoting the best that horror writing has to offer.  And when some of those authors who I regarded as having something special to say started to write for the site, I couldn't have been happier.  

Over the years the Ginger Nuts Gang has become like a family, I look upon those who contribute to the site's success as brothers and sisters in arms, and whenever any of them get some great exciting news about their writing career, I get a warm feeling in my heart.  

Today it is the turn of Kayleigh Marie Edwards if you are unfamiliar with her gift to the site go and check out her "Challenge Kayleigh" Column, trust me you will love it.  Kayleigh has always been a writer I have admired, hugely talented; she is a writer on the brink of greatness, something which the folks at The Sinister Horror Company can see as well, as the have just announced that they are to publish a Corpsing, a  collection of her short stories.  I for one cannot wait to read the collection, read on for more details of her book and our exclusive reveal of the cover.  
Preo-order a copy here
The Sinister Horror Company are proud to release Corpsing: a short story collection by Kayleigh Marie Edwards.
When we released the first volume of The Black Room Manuscripts, we were blown away by the intelligent, engrossing and downright freaky short story Skin, submitted by Kayleigh. Ever since then we kept an eye out for more of her short stories, each time finding them both humourous and horrific.
With Corpsing, we are pleased to release her first collection. It will be unleashed on the world from Saturday the 1st July to coincide with the Swansea Horror Con, where copies of the book will be available at the Sinister Horror Company stand.
From the author:
The fantastic cover was created by the talented Michael Bray, adapted from a concept by Kayleigh.
“Kayleigh Marie Edwards packs a great deal into this short story, great characters that rise above their genre stock heritage thanks to some wonderful witty dialogue and self-referential actions. This is a clever well written story that is sure to raise a smile on the face of even the most hardened of zombie fans.” – Ginger Nuts of Horror on Bitey Bachman.
Kayleigh Marie Edwards has been entertaining and chilling audiences with her own eclectic mix of horror and comedy. Now, for the first time, this popular author has collected her works together, reviewing and revising each one to bring you the definitive versions of her unique tales.
From murderous children to nightmarish trips to an ill-fated zombie apocalypse, Corpsing will send you running for the light switch, but smiling as you do it.
Featuring the stories: Bitey Bachman, Bits and Bobs, Siren, Now You See Them, Skin, ‘S’ Day, Barry’s Last Day & ’Twas The Night Before Christmas.



“Kayleigh Marie Edwards packs a great deal into this short story, great characters that rise above their genre stock heritage thanks to some wonderful witty dialogue and self-referential actions. This is a clever well written story that is sure to raise a smile on the face of even the most hardened of zombie fans.” Ginger Nuts of Horror on Bitey Bachman.

Kayleigh Marie Edwards has been entertaining and chilling audiences with her own eclectic mix of horror and comedy. Now, for the first time, this popular author has collected her works together, reviewing and revising each one to bring you the definitive versions of her unique tales.

From murderous children to nightmarish trips to an ill-fated zombie apocalypse, Corpsing will send you running for the light switch, but smiling as you do it.

Featuring the stories: Bitey Bachman, Bits and Bobs, Siren, Now You See Them, Skin, ‘S’ Day, Barry’s Last Day & ’Twas The Night Before Christmas.

Pre-order a copy here
<![CDATA[MADE FOR THE DARK by JOHN LLEWELLYN PROBERT: PRE-ORDERS NOW OPEN]]>Wed, 07 Jun 2017 09:58:29 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/made-for-the-dark-by-john-llewellyn-probert-pre-orders-now-open
​Those of you who follow Ginger Nuts of Horror on a regular basis will know that there are a few select authors, who get me excited with any new publication news.   John Llewellyn Probert is one of those authors.  A master storyteller with a cunning ability to chill you to the bone, while making you smile, with his wicked gift of imbuing his tales with a flair and drama and an incredible sense of fun that is reminiscent of the glory days of Hammer and Amicus horror films.  When Black Shuck Books announced they were publishing a new collection of his short stories, I have to admit; I did a little happy dance.  Read on for full details of this collection and how to pre-order a copy of the book.  
Black Shuck Books is proud to announce John Llewellyn Probert’s sixth short story collection, his first for seven years. Made for the Dark comprises eighteen new and previously uncollected stories from one of Britain’s leading purveyors of weird fiction. From the back cover:

“Good evening. Take a seat. Make yourself comfortable. And prepare for a long night of the very darkest terrors.
Fear not, however, for this time the author himself will be on hand to help guide you through the tales of horror that lurk within this volume.

Back in the 1970s, when most little boys were busy dreaming of being an astronaut or a train driver, John Llewellyn Probert wanted to be Rod Serling or Roald Dahl, introducing a different tale of terror on television every week. Now, in his first collection in seven years, Mr Probert gets to achieve that lifelong ambition in prose form, as he acts as host to both previously uncollected tales and brand new horrors. He sincerely hopes his dreams won’t give you nightmares. Well, not so many that you’ll stop coming back for more...”

Made for the Dark will be released in September 2017 and can be pre-ordered now from blackshuckbooks.co.uk/made-for-the-dark

"There isn’t much time. Blood is already spattering the paper on which I am writing. I have no idea how many minutes I have left and yet there is so much I need to say, so much I need to warn people about. Already the pain that sears my face threatens to distract me from setting down this account. Perhaps it would be better if the world did not know. Perhaps it would be simpler if I just lay here and allowed myself to die." from "The Secondary Host"


John Llewellyn Probert is the author of five previous collections: The Faculty of Terror (Gray Friar Press, 2006), Coffin Nails (Ash Tree Press, 2008), The Catacombs of Fear (Gray Friar Press, 2009), Wicked Delights (Atomic Fez, 2010) and Against the Darkness (Screaming Dreams, 2010).
In addition, he has written the British Fantasy Award-winning novella The Nine Deaths of Dr Valentine and its sequel The Hammer of Dr Valentine (both Snowbooks), the Lovecraftian thriller Dead Shift (Horrific Tales Publishing), four crime novels - Ward 19, Bloody Angels, The Pact and Knife to Skin (all Endeavour Press) - and The Lovecraft Squad: All Hallows Horror (Pegasus). He is also the author of a monograph on Theatre of Blood (Electric Dreamhouse).

You can check out all of John's other books on Amazon by clicking here 

Black Shuck Books is an imprint of Great British Horror. 
<![CDATA[ANNOUNCING THE FIRST ANNUAL SPLATTERPUNK AWARDS, CELEBRATING THE BEST IN EXTREME HORROR!]]>Tue, 06 Jun 2017 20:03:45 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/announcing-the-first-annual-splatterpunk-awards-celebrating-the-best-in-extreme-horror
Horror masters Brian Keene and Wrath James White have just announced details of a new award celebrating the best in Splatterpunk Fiction, and Ginger Nuts of Horror  is honoured to bring you a first look at all of the details the awards.  ​

The annual Splatterpunk Awards will honor superior achievement in the sub-genres of SplatterPunk / Extreme Horror fiction, in the following categories:
BEST NOVEL (for works of more than 50,000 words)

BEST NOVELLA (for works from 15,000 to 50,000 words)

BEST SHORT STORY (for works from 500 to 14,000 words)

BEST COLLECTION (for single-author works over 50,000 words)

BEST ANTHOLOGY (for multiple-author collections over 50,000 words)

In addition, there will also be an annual Lifetime Achievement Award (the J.F. GONZALEZ AWARD), honoring an individual’s contributions to the Splatterpunk or Extreme horror sub-genres.
Attendees of KillerCon 2018 can recommend works in each of these categories for the 2018 Splatterpunk Awards, which will take place at KillerCon, and will honor works published in 2017. Recommendations will be accepted from August 1, 2017 until midnight (Eastern Standard Time) January 31, 2018. You must be a registered attendee before the January 31, 2018 deadline. Details on how to recommend works will be posted at killerconaustin.com in the coming weeks.

The three works that have the most reader recommendations in each category will proceed to the ballot. The 2018 Splatterpunk Awards jury will have the ability to add two additional works, that may have been overlooked by the general public, to each category.

When this process is completed, the official nominees will be announced publicly. The jury will then vote on the winner in each category.

The 2018 Splatterpunk Awards jurors are David J. Schow, Gerard Houarner, Monica J. O'Rourke, Mike Lombardo, and Tod Clark.

The Founders of the SplatterPunk Awards, Wrath James White and Brian Keene, will select the Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

Please note: Works by members of the jury, as well as the award founders, will not be eligible for inclusion on the ballot, in any category (with the exception of the Lifetime Achievement award).
<![CDATA[COMING SOON FROM TITAN BOOKS: HOLMES, PAN AND A STUNTWOMAN]]>Tue, 06 Jun 2017 10:16:09 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/coming-soon-from-titan-books-holmes-pan-and-a-stuntwoman
Titan books have just announced details of three very interesting new books, from Christina Henry, Lois H. Gresh, and Dana Fredsti, and Ginger Nuts of Horror has all the details.  

Titan Books was founded in 1982 and for many years operated out of the Forbidden Planet store in Drury Lane, London (UK). In 2000, now a part of TEG the company moved to its current residence on Southwark Street in South London, not far from the Tate Modern.

Titan Books originally came to prominence as the first British trade paperback/ reprint publisher for long-running UK comics anthology series 2000 AD, focusing primarily on the lead character Judge Dredd. However it soon added to its roster with a major distribution deal with DC Comics – starting with The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller in 1986.

Since then Titan Books have risen to be one of the true champions of genre fiction, and is home to such great names as  Cory Doctorow, Kim Newman, A.K.Benedict, Christopher Golden, Tim Lebbon and Mark Morris.  

​Read on for the full details of all three books.  

From the bestselling author of Alice comes a brand new story of blood, love and treachery.

Lost Boy by  Christina Henry 


There is one version of my story that everyone

KNOWS. And then there is the TRUTH. Once I LOVED a boy called Peter Pan.
Peter brought me to his island because there were no rules and no grownups to make us mind. He brought boys from the Other Place to join in the fun, but Peter's idea of fun is sharper than a pirate’s sword. He wants always to be that shining sun that we all revolve around. He’ll do anything to be that sun. Peter promised we would all be young and happy forever. Peter will say I’m a villain, that I wronged him, that I never was his friend.
Peter LIES.

Christina Henry’s brutal and bloody retelling of The Chronicles of Alice in Wonderland won her fans around the world and now in a triumphant return the international bestseller turns her eye on J.M. Barrie’s dark childhood classic, reimagining the world of the Neverland from the perspective of Peter’s first and best lost boy... and his biggest nemesis.

Lost Boy is a stunning, dark fantasy that reimagines the cult figure of Pan in a thrilling and bloody crossover read. This summer discover the island of Neverland as you’ve never seen it before, but reader beware: once you’re lost there's no coming back.

“Takes the darker elements of Lewis Carroll’s original, amplifies Tim Burton’s cinematic reimagining ofthe story, and adds a layer of grotesquery from her own alarmingly fecund imagination to produce a novel that reads like a Jacobean revenge drama crossed with a slasher movie.”

“Hugely creepy and brilliantly inventive” – HEAT magazine on ALICE
“Echoes Stephen King’s The Eye OfThe Dragon – and skilfully manipulates the fairy tale setting in a world of lost magicians to create a beautifully told story equal parts fantasy and horror.”


CHRISTINA HENRY is the author of the national bestselling Black Wings series and the two Chronicles ofAlice books, Alice and Red Queen. She enjoys running long distances, reading anything she can get her hands on and watching movies with samurai, zombies and/or subtitles in her spare time. She lives in Chicago with her husband and son. 

9781785655685 | 4th July 2017 | Paperback & eBook | £7.99 | 320pp 




In the glittering heart of Tinseltown lurks a dark secret, one kept out of the spotlight and into the darkest corners of the studio backlots: in a city where money is king, sometimes it pays not to be human.

Vampires, succubae, trolls, elements, goblins... Studios hire anyone – or anything – that can take direction, be discreet, and not eat the extras (oh, and the less you know about your agent, the better).

The legendary Katz Stunt Crew are the best in the business, possessing seemingly superhuman strength and gymnastic skills that would make you swear they were almost flying. Although only human, stuntwoman and struggling actress Lee Striga is a member of the Katz team, but when she lands a job on the movie Pale Dreamer it seems not everyone is following the script. Someone is picking off the cast and crewmembers, and when Lee goes from stuntwoman to lead role she finds herself in the centre stage as the star of the show, and the next target.

A former stuntwoman, actress and swordfighter author Dana Fredsti brings her real-life experience to create a fast, fun and action-packed new fantasy series set in the unseen heart of La La Land.

“One of today’s edgiest new writers.” 
Jonathan Maberry, bestselling author of Patient Zero

DANA FREDSTI is the author of the Ashley Parker Plague Town trilogy, as well as a frequent short fiction contributor and author (under pseudonym) of a number of erotic fantasy novels. She has been a producer, director, and screenplay writer for stage and film, and was the co-writer / associate producer on Urban Rescuers, which won Best Documentary at the 2003 Valley Film Festival in Los Angeles. 

9781785652608 | 20TH JUNE 2017 | PAPERBACK & EBOOK | £7.99 | 400PP 



From the New York Times bestselling author, Lois. H. Gresh comes a brand new series that sees Conan Doyle’s iconic detective duo face off against Lovecraft’s cosmic entity in an epic battle of murder, mayhem and otherworldly evil…

A series of grisly murders rocks London. At each location, only a jumble of bones remains of the deceased, along with a bizarre sphere covered in strange symbols. The son of the latest victim seeks the help of Sherlock Holmes and his former partner, Dr. John Watson.

They discover the common thread tying together the murders. Bizarre geometries, based on ancient schematics, enable otherworldly creatures to enter our dimension, seeking to wreak havoc and destruction.

The persons responsible are gaining so much power that even Holmes’s greatest enemy fears them—to the point that he seeks an unholy alliance.

LOIS H. GRESH is the New York Times bestselling author of 28 books and more than 65 short stories, as well as the editor of anthologies Innsmouth Nightmares and Dark Fusions. She is a well-known Lovecraftian writer whose works have appeared in Black Wings of Cthulhu, The Madness of Cthulhu, and many other anthologies. Her work has been published in 22 languages. Sherlock Holmes vs Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions is the first in her new trilogy of Holmes thrillers. 

Lois is a frequent guest of honor author at large genre conventions and has appeared on television
series such as The History Channel’s Ancient Aliens and Batman Tech. Visit her at www.loisgresh.com.


“Riveting with mind-bending ideas – intensely creative!”
​Catherine Asaro, Nebula Award winning author

“Rapid-fire action and intrigue.”
Library Journal

“Intensely memorable. A uniquely gifted writer.”
Charles Platt, Wired magazine

“A wild, exciting and thoroughly satisfying collision of otherworldly horror.”
Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Patient Zero

|    4th JULY 2017    |    PAPERBACK & EBOOK   |    448    pp    |    £7.99    

<![CDATA[Ginger nuts of horror news]]>Thu, 01 Jun 2017 09:58:23 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/ginger-nuts-of-horror-news

For those of you wondering why there hasn't been any updates these past few days there is a good reason for the radio silence.  It's aslo why I haven't been on social media 

I have been suffering from extreme pain due to sciatica, and the mix of pain from the condidtion and the cocktail of pain medication I am taking has left me in a fugue state, barely able to focus on a screen let alone type ( this has taken me over an hour to type)

If you are waiting to hear from me via email or PM please be patient, sorry for the delay.  

Ginger Nuts will return as soon as I can get back to a functioning level.  

Please can yo share this post as there are a lot of people waiting to hear from me.  
<![CDATA[CINEMAPS AN ATLAS OF 35 GREAT MOVIES   BY ANDREW DEGRAFF AND A.D. JAMESON]]>Wed, 17 May 2017 23:00:00 GMThttp://gingernutsofhorror.com/news/cinemaps-an-atlas-of-35-great-movies-by-andrew-degraff-and-ad-jameson
Published 24 October, 2017 in HB, £25.00
Also available in e-format
Acclaimed artist Andrew DeGraff has created beautiful hand-painted maps of all your favorite films, from King Kong and North by Northwest to The Princess BrideFargoPulp Fiction, even The Breakfast Club—with the routes of major characters charted in meticulous cartographic detail. Follow Marty McFly through the Hill Valley of 1985, 1955, and 1985 once again as he races Back to the Future. Trail Jack Torrance as he navigates the corridors of the Overlook Hotel in The Shining. And join Indiana Jones on a globe-spanning journey from Nepal to Cairo to London on his quest for the famed Lost Ark. Each map is presented in an 11-by-14-inch format, with key details enlarged for closer inspection, and is accompanied by illuminating essays by film critic A. D. Jameson, who speaks to the unique geographies of each film. This beautifully designed atlas is an essential reference for anyone who loves great art and great films.
Includes gorgeously detailed maps of:

King Kong
The Wizard of Oz
Edward Scissorhands
Mad Max: Fury Road
And many more!  
Andrew DeGraff has created illustrations for the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Esquire, and other national publications.

A.D. James is an author and Ph.D. candidate at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he teaches writing and film studies.