Category Archive: Dead Souls

Feb 25

Happy Birthday Morrigan Books!

Three years on. It’s flown by. It doesn’t feel like it was three years ago that I made the decision to brave the independent scene, with a new dark fiction publishing company. I can’t really say I did it alone, however, as Amanda Pillar agreed to come in as in-house editor straight away, and offered …

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Oct 04

‘Dead Souls’ starts the sale running!

And it’s Dead Souls that starts the sale, with a reduction from $20 to $12.99 (+ shipping) on the US version and down from £15 to £7.99 (+ shipping) in the UK. Dead Souls sale on Morrigan Books Some reasons why you should seriously be thinking about adding the anthology to your collection: I’m giving …

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Apr 07

Yet another cracking review for Dead Souls

And the positive reviews just keep on coming for that little treasure of mine, Dead Souls! “This is a wonderful assortment of chilling tales culled from the minds of a fabulous array of authors. The reader takes a journey, twenty-five in fact, into a world of shadows and fear…” Bitten by Books full review

Mar 23

E-Books!

Have you been waiting for e-versions of Morrigan Books’ published works? They are now available at DriveThruHorror:   Voices – Edited by Mark S. Deniz & Amanda Pillar How to Make Monsters – By Gary McMahon The Even – By T.A. Moore Grants Pass – Edited by Jennifer Brozek & Amanda Pillar Dead Souls – …

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Mar 22

Dead Souls Review – Part Three: The Beast Within

And after a very worthy review of Part Two, we move to Part Three, this time focusing on the horror within us, the darkness we carry: ‘The Beast Within submerges the readers in this fear and in five distinct exposés stays true to the theme of the anthology, while casting limelight on the internal bestiary …

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Mar 12

Dead Souls Review – Part Two: Once Upon A Time

If ‘Dead Souls’ had a strong and enchanting gravity to lure the reader in with Genesis, which was inhabited by ghoulish and true to authenticity myths and old legends, then One Upon a Time will suck you in this quilt of nightmares, sorrows and surprisingly a few happy endings along the way.

Mar 09

Dead Souls review part one

It seems that Dead Souls is just so detailed it needs its reviews to be done in stages… Here’s an extract from the first review of several from Temple Library Reviews: …I seek ways to segment the anthology and then dissect the segments. With ‘Dead Souls’ this process is obsolete, since all the stories are …

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Feb 18

Dead Souls and The Phantom Queen Awakes on Kindle very soon

I just received confirmation that Dead Souls and The Phantom Queen Awakes will be appearing on Kindle very soon (click on the links above). I have been told they should be there in the next 24 hours and, at the inviting price of $6.99 USD, you can’t really go wrong can you? Our other titles …

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Oct 26

Behold the Spider! Dead Souls available on Amazon.com

Dead Souls is now available through both the Morrigan Books website and Amazon.com. Be sure to scare the bejeezus out of your nearest and dearest this Halloween by gifting them with some wonderful tales, penned by expert storytellers. And a cover to make you squirm whenever you reach for your copy!

Aug 13

Ready the Spider: Dead Souls is coming to town!

It has now been confirmed that Dead Souls will be launched, 19th September 2009, at Fantasy Con at the Britannia Hotel in Nottingham, England. Those already attending to sign your copies are: Ramsey ‘Trapdoor’ Campbell, Paul ‘Funnel-Web’ Finch, Gary ‘Tarantula’ McMahon, Carole ‘Black Widow’ Johnstone and Rebecca ‘Wolf’ Lloyd. Other varieties may be spotted soon… …

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