A few signings coming up:

First up, Andy Remic (author of Kell’s Legend and Soul Stealers as well as a bunch of stuff for other folk). Andy will be popping into Waterstones, Lincoln this Friday (12th November) to sign some stock. He’s not doing a formal signing, as Katie Price (the model formerly known as Jordan) is doing one, instead. So, do pop along – he’ll be happy to chat and sign something for you.

Staying with Rem for the moment, he’s also involved in a three-way (signing) with Frazer Hines and Sam Stone at Bookmark – an independent bookstore on The Crescent in Spalding. That’s from 11am-1pm on Saturday 20th November.

A little further down the line, Pretty Little Dead Things author Gary McMahon will be signing with fellow horror scribes, Paul Kane and Joseph D’Lacey at Waterstones, Nottingham on Friday 10th December. Tickets are £3 (redeemable against books bought on the night) – and the first 20 ticket purchasers will receive a free book on arrival! Gore-off is at 6.30pm! To reserve tickets call: 0115 948 4499 or email:events@nottingham.waterstones.com

And a new review has just come in:

SFX Magazine says of Pretty Little Dead Things:

“A scene where Usher is menaced by hooded figures is vividly executed… there’s some genuinely revolting material.”

WarpCore SF tells us:

the mood in Gary McMahon’s Pretty Little Dead Things is heavy with grief, foreboding, and the taint of weird magic, and it’s so thick you can stir it with a spoon. It’s the taste of ash in your mouth, and it’s absolutely delicious…

It’s the graveyard atmosphere and the strong, credible emotions of the main character that will leave Thomas Usher indelibly inked on your consciousness.

5 *****

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