Cover Reveal: WORMWOOD by Tim Meyer & Chad Lutzke and JEDI SUMMER and THE MAGNETIC KID by John Boden
WORMWOOD by Tim Meyer & Chad Lutzke
Book 1, WORMWOOD is published by Night Worms & Thunderstorm Books exclusively for the Night Worms November 2020 package, Haunted Harvest.
Limited, signed, exclusive editions not available anywhere else or ever will be. Foreword written by Sadie Hartmann "Mother Horror"
For some kids, Long Lake, Georgia is home. But for fourteen-year-old Baker Gray, it’s just another stop, another town in another state. Because of his mother’s nomadic lifestyle, he’s never had a...
Happy Friday Night Worms! Wanna get emotionally hit by a truck this weekend? Let me help. I have a book that will punch you straight in the feels. It wrecked me. Straight up demolished. I went into this knowing that John Boden’s writing has always been beautiful and this book was no different. This author's ability to create likable and deep characters is outstanding. The main character seems like the strong and silent type to anyone unfamiliar with him, but he is just an overall good guy that melted my whole entire heart talking about how much...
A note from Sadie Hartmann, Mother Horror:
I read WALK THE DARKNESS DOWN and it made a huge impact on me. I had a longing in my heart to talk to other people about it but there just wasn't a lot of traction for this book on social media. I asked the author, John Boden, if he would be willing to send his book to twenty people in exchange for reviews (either good or bad) he agreed. With the help of Kallie (@pageandparlor) we launched a review campaign for this book. I had...
Night Worms Interview with Author John Boden:
JB: ready when you are.
NW: Let me just tell you that sometimes this app is hard to tell when someone is busy typing so when you're officially done answering a question, can you type (end) at the bottom?
JB: sure thing END
NW: hahaha ohhhh man, you're gonna be a live wire aren't ya?
that's a question!
JB: Maybe. Probably. It's a gamble.
I shall now without the aid of a net or any type of safety device, craft a list of thirty of my favorite short stories. Presented in a stunningly built list of no particular ranking or order.
I will not include many stories by authors/writers who are biggies: King, Lansdale, McCammon, etc. We all know their names and have no doubt read many of their stories.
I want to hip you to stuff you might not know about.
I will instead choose to focus on more out of mainstream offerings...