WE ARE THE ONES POSSESSED by Adrian Ernesto Cepeda
Introduction by Sadie Hartmann
Cover Artwork by Joel Amat Güell
Adrian Ernesto Cepeda, author of La Belle Ajar, brings you a horror death themed collection with mortality, murder, and muerte oozing from every one of these terrifying verses.
Inspired by NightWorms, Carmen Maria Machado’s Her Body and Other Parties & Nick Cave’s...
The Pallbearers Club is a bit of a departure from my previous two novels (The Cabin at the End of the World and Survivor Song), both of which took place during a short/compressed timeline. This novel is presented as the memoir of someone who calls himself Art Barbara, and it spans almost four decades. In fall of 1988, as a cringy, unpopular senior in high school, Art is desperate to enhance his college applications with an extracurricular...
Bad Chili Hap & Leonard Book 4 Joe R. Lansdale In a classic Lansdale move, Bad Chili begins with Hap & Leonard giving each other shit. These two get roasted! A rabid squirrel jumps out of nowhere and chases the men around, ultimately biting Hap which sends him to the ER. He meets a bombshell woman with red hair and a no-bullshit attitude (because of course he does!).
Things take a sharp turn when he learns that his best friend is in some pretty serious trouble and is now missing....
Book Review: THE TWO-BEAR MAMBO by Joe R. Lansdale | BIG Hap & Leonard Read Along with Mother Horror
THE TWO-BEAR MAMBO by Joe R. Lansdale
Book three, The Two-Bear Mambo in the Hap & Leonard series, does not fuck around. This rough & tumble, country noir is filled to the brim with crude sexual inneuendos, obscene racism, and Hap & Leonard once again, fighting their demons in the devil’s lair.
And it’s brilliant.
The evolution of this series is actually blowing my mind. Savage Season works well as an introduction because it bends the reader’s affections toward the duo. It’s impossible not to...
MUCHO MOJO by Joe R. Lansdale
Book 2 in the Hap & Leonard Series
“I like ambition. I like someone who gets up in the morning and has a purpose. A real purpose. I have one. I want whoever I love to have one."
"I always look forward to breakfast.”
Book 2 starts off right where SAVAGE SEASON leaves off. There are some references to situational stuff from the previous book but for the most part, MUCHO MOJO could totally work as a standalone novel...