Released today: Specter Spectacular

Specter Spectacular from World Weaver PressNew York, NY (September 25, 2012) – World Weaver Press (Eileen Wiedbrauk, Editor-in-Chief) has announced the release of Specter Spectacular: 13 Ghostly Tales available in trade paperback and ebook.

What lies beyond the grave has long intrigued humans. And as a realm of the unknown and immeasurable, it’s the natural purview for writers of speculative fiction to explore. And to their credit, horror writers have taken the ghostly tale and raised it to an art.

Within Specter Spectacular: 13 Ghostly Tales you’ll find an eclectic mix of spirit stories. Where ghost stories often seek to appeal to fans of gothic horror, I hope to do that and much more. To invite in folklorists and contemporary fantasy fans as well as those who enjoy the occasional dose of humor with their specters.

What is life? What is death? It’s unknown, uncharted. It’s emotion—thrills and fears, laughs and loves. And if there’s one thing these thirteen stories share, it’s that death isn’t what we expected.

Read the stories K.C. Ball, Publisher and Editor of 10Flash Quarterly calls, “Poignant and spooky.”

 Read digital edition for $4.99 from these ebook retailers and others:
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo

 Read print edition for $8.99 from these retailers and others:

About World Weaver Press

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Posted on September 25, 2012, in new, News Items, World Weaver Press and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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