"Probably destroying all of creation, what about you?" - Satan
Matthew Tait collection finally in print
Texas publishing house HodgePodge Press are releasing a revised edition of Matthew Tait's "Ghosts In A Desert World" and are promising more from the Author.
ScaryMinds has had some wins, and some diabolically good luck down the years with promoting Authors and Movie Makers. We were all over, excuse the phrasing, Author Felicity Dawker prior to her stunning Ditmar nomination and win, and hell according to Director Navin Dev our review was a major part factor in his movie Red Kingdom Rising gaining North American distribution. Well we can now also in some strange fashion add Matthew Tait's print edition of Ghosts In A Desert World to the win column. Guess which was the first site to review Matthew's collection, right here. That's a claim to fame we're sticking to no matter how outlandish.
But enough about how we rock, which we do, more on the release. Ghosts In A Desert World has been completely revised and expanded upon, added bonus is the inclusion of Matthew's previously unpublished novellete Mutability of the Flesh, and now hits edition number two. The print edition will set you back $7.59 USD and is currently available from Amazon.
Let's face facts here kids one Tait releases isn't going to satisfy your dark cravings, so you better make it three. Further Matthew Tait fiction is also available via Amazon right over here. Yes I know a few of those titles are Kindle only, and frack you Amazon for breaking standard format, but you can blast Kindle copies through online converters to get epub etc.
Published on 31 October 2013
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