Unspeakable Horror, plus Covenant review
My latest contributor's copy has arrived. December 1 is the release date for Unspeakable Horror: From the Shadows of the Closet, but the anthology can be pre-ordered here. Click here for author interviews and here to learn more about the collection. My story "Memento Mori" is inside.
Thanks to Glenda Finkelstein for this Nov. 2 review of Covenant, in which she writes:
"This book is a must read for any literary enthusiast. Elissa does a wonderful job in creating this world where the Masari and Yata live in this symbiotic relationship that is based upon ritualistic cannibalism (hence the term Covenant). In spite of the subject matter the novel is not some horrific blood bath, but a thoughtful look into the relationship between these two people groups. This balance that was created by the Covenant to preserve both races is threatened by forces from outside and within their own hearts to free themselves of this enslavement to their DNA and ecology, but may lose their societies should it be successfully destroyed. As heart wrenching as the Covenant is, extinction is worse. Join this journey of faith, doubts, heroic actions, and questionable ethics as this saga is played out upon the backdrop of this primordial world where anything can happen..."
Wishing you all a happy, healthy, and safe Thanksgiving!
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