Try new Kindle horror this October with PMP’s 99¢ Scare Sale

Wet your beak with some new horror this October with Post Mortem Press’s 99¢ Scare Sale. Now through Halloween, pick up the Kindle edition of some of Post Mortem Press’s most popular titles, like THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE, including a short story by Joe Hill, and LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by Piers Anthony, all for less than a buck.

Just 99¢ for Kindle through Halloween!

Just 99¢ for Kindle through Halloween!

New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony has written fantasy, science-fiction, and horror, but is probably best known for his series of Xanth novels, beginning with A SPELL FOR CHAMELEON in 1977. There are now 39 Xanth novels, with three more in the works, and that’s not counting Anthony’s other books, including the Incarnations of Immortality series and Pornucopia duology.

Joe Hill, author of the novels HEART-SHAPED BOX, HORNS, and NOS4A2, the collection 20TH CENTURY GHOSTS, and the comic book series LOCKE & KEY, has won two Bram Stoker Awards®, two British Fantasy Awards, and an International Horror Guild Award for his work. HORNS was adapted into a major motion picture in 2014 starring Daniel Radcliffe (HARRY POTTER) as Ignatius Perrish.

Other titles on sale include TOXICITY by Max Booth III, PINS by Jessica McHugh, TRY NOT TO BURN by Michael Matula, FLESHTRAP by Magen Cubed, THE SAGA OF I series by Kenneth W. Cain, and the anthology FEAR THE ABYSS, featuring short stories by Harlan Ellison®, Jack Ketchum, Gary Braunbeck, Michael Arnzen, Tim Waggoner, Lawrence Connolly, Jeyn Roberts, and more.

So this Halloween season, try reading a new horror author or two. Or more. At 99¢ per selected title, you can afford to treat yourself. No tricks, I promise…

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.

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