It’s been a busy month. I’m currently working on Kids for Dark Chapter Press, which is now a two volume anthology. Featuring stories from Chantal Noordeloos, Mark Parker, Matt Hickman, Matty Bob Cash, Andrew Lennon, and many more, this anthology is shaping into something special. I’m also finishing off Under the Bridge for J Ellington Ashton Press. The cover was unveiled this week…it will feature in the next blog. In between this, I’ve been working on several short stories and one very special project…a busy author’s life, it seems, is a fun life.
This blog, however, is about Kill for a Copy.
Last month, Dark Chapter Press announced a Kickstarter campaign for their debut anthology. The campaign generated some decent buzz. Kill for a Copy, which features a foreword from horror legend, Shaun Hutson, includes some amazing stories from up and coming horror talent, which promises big things for DCP, an independent press that are definitely going places. The campaign was invented to generate a budget for promotion of the book and to pay the contributors…however, the budget wasn’t reached, more to overreaching than underachieving. DCP aim big and, on this occasion, it didn’t work. Lesson learned…
Never fear, DCP have adjusted it slightly. A new Kickstarter campaign – new, reinvented, edited – now features a much lower budget and a more realistic goal. The contributions from the previous attempt would cover the campaign itself, but having more money means we can promote the book to the masses. I’m reaching out to you to help us promote this amazing anthology.
Feel like getting involved? There are digital and physical copies of the book available, as well as customised stories (featuring a few from myself) and other prizes to be won. Kill for a Copy is looking to be a phenomenal anthology and getting involved could make you part of DCP history. If you wish to be involved, go here.