Book of the Month: Eternal Frankenstein (HC) 25% off!

It’s October and the spookiest season is upon us. What better time to read about grave robbing, galvanism, and strange resurrections? To celebrate, we’re offering the hardcover of Eternal Frankenstein at 25% off throughout October. Just $22.50 when you order direct!

Two hundred years ago, a young woman staying in a chalet in Switzerland, after an evening of ghost stories shared with friends and lovers, had a frightening dream. That dream became the seed that inspired Mary Shelley to write Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, a tale of galvanism, philosophy, and the re-animated dead. Today, Frankenstein has become a modern myth without rival, influencing countless works of fiction, music, and film. We all know Frankenstein. But how much do we really know about Frankenstein?

Word Horde is proud to publish Eternal Frankenstein, an anthology edited by Ross E. Lockhart, featuring sixteen resurrecting tales of terror and wonder paying tribute to Mary Shelley, her Monster, and their entwined legacy.

Brian Hauser wins HPLFF Best Screenplay Award

Congratulations to Word Horde author Brian Hauser (Memento Mori: The Fathomless Shadows), whose screenplay “Flypaper” won the Best Screenplay Award at this past weekend’s H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival and CthulhuCon. Now you’re gonna have to make it into a movie, Brian.

Read about Brian’s experience at the film festival at this link.

Photo by Christina Xydias.

 

Book of the Month: The Raven’s Table, by Christine Morgan

September’s Book of the Month is ready for epic action, the clangor of battle, and a soundtrack including Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song.” That’s right, Christine Morgan’s Viking-themed collection The Raven’s Table is on sale when you order direct. Just $11.99 (that’s 25% off the list price!) all September long.

So get in touch with your inner Viking and order yourself a copy of The Raven’s Table today!

“These works have the sure, solid feel of a talented author deeply engaged with her source material and genre. They’re an excellent read for those who enjoy myths and legends of all kinds.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)