Superstition Anthology over half full now and reading continues …

Don, Occassum, and I have been keeping quite busy reading story submissions for our upcoming dark anthology, Superstition. As of today, August 23, 2022, we’ve turned the corner with the work we’ve accepted, and the book is now over half full. (Fifty-eight percent full to be precise.) We’re planning to release the book around Halloween and so far we’re on schedule for that.

Below are the graphics I’ve used for some of the stories to announce them on Facebook and Twitter. This is by no means all of the stories. I plan on making more graphics and announcements as my schedule permits.

The graphics below were posted to announce multiple works when things were moving very fast indeed. I do hope to make some individual graphics for some of these stories as well.

I’m planning on posting some more graphics as we accept more stories and (of course) when I have time to make them!

The Lost Librarian’s Grave now available at Spine Bookstore & Cafe in St. Louis, Missouri

The good folks at Spine Bookstore & Cafe in St. Louis, Missouri sent me this picture of The Lost Librarian’s Grave ensconced happily on their shelves. From the pictures I’ve seen on their website, Spine has a lot of interesting-looking books and a nice cafe menu, including a nip of the hard stuff if you are so inclined. So if you are in the area, drop in and say hello. Tell ’em Ann sent you!

As for our next, upcoming dark anthology, Superstition, things are moving quickly now and we are acquiring more stories every day. I’ve been announcing some of them on Twitter and Instagram, and I’ll be talking about some of them on the blog in a bit more depth soon.

In the meantime …