Media Release — There are three new reasons to buy the second volume of Michael Vance’s “Weird Horror Tales” trilogy, “The Feasting”.
If you are more inclined to try a new book because of an affordable price, or prefer to read your fiction on your computer, or Kindle, or Nook, there is good news for you. The publisher of “Weird Horror Tales: The Feasting”, Airship 27, now offers Vance’s acclaimed braided novel for $3.00 at http://homepage.mac.com/robmdavis/Airship27Hangar/index.htm.
Vance is ghoulishly delighted to offer this novel of frightening stories concerning human hearts and inhuman horrors that go bump in the night to the widest audience. The award winning writer has returned with fifteen gripping, horrific and deeply moving stories of people caught in unimaginable horror in the tradition of Ray Bradbury, H. P. Lovecraft and William Faulkner. These tales center around the eldritch town of Light’s End, Maine, a remote and isolated little corner of New England where dark secrets haunt the streets and homes of this quaint, supposedly innocent setting. Douse the lights, bolt the doors and get ready to be frightened.
The book’s haunting illustrations are by fantasy artist Earl Geier, features a macabre cover by Christophe Dessaigne, is edited by Ron Fortier, and designed by Rob Davis.
Vance is the author of three books, hundreds of articles and interviews, several comic book titles, and two comic strips. He founded the Oklahoma Comics Collection in Paul’s Valley, Oklahoma, and helped create the “Okie Cartoonists” Exhibit at the Oklahoma Museum of History in Oklahoma City.
Weird Horror Tales – The Feasting is pulp horror at its finest. The first novel in the trilogy, Weird Horror Tales, is still available as well and will soon be available electronically at the same site.
Airship 27 Productions – Pulps for a new Generation!
Hardcopies discounted at http://www.gopulp.info/