Monday, October 29, 2012

Halloween IAP: Mythology AND Space Eldritch

Welcome to today's Halloween Indie Author Promotion! I'm featuring two books today. The first is Mythology by Helen Boswell, and the second is Space Eldritch, an anthology of short horror stories by a bunch of totally awesome authors.

First, Mythology, by Helen Boswell


Kindle, Amazon

Q: What is Mythology about?

Hope Gentry was born with the power to see the darkest secrets of those around her. On the first day of her senior year, she finds herself irresistibly drawn to Micah Condie. Micah seems like a boy that most girls would dream about. But when Hope discovers Micah's darkest secret, she’s drawn into a mythical world she never knew existed.

Q: What movie rating would you give your story, and to which age group is it directed?

A: PG-13, 10th grade and up

Q: What advice do you have for those wanting to self-publish?

A: You can do it! Self-publishing can be a very good thing because you get to call all of the shots. But the hard part is that you have to call all of the shots  I sought out my own beta readers, had an editor, and formed relationships with booksellers.

Q: What was your favorite costume as a child, and do you still dress up?

A: Batgirl and yes, I try to dress up to match my kids. One year my son was a ladybug and I made myself an aphid costume!

Second, Space Eldritch


D.J. Butler, Michael Collings, Nathan Shumate, David J. West, Robert J. Defendi, Brad Torgerson, Carter Reid, Howard Tayler

Foreword by Larry Corriea

Kindle, Smashwords

Q: What is Space Eldritch about?

Startling Stories meets Weird Tales in Space Eldritch, a volume of seven original novelettes and novellas of Lovecraftian pulp space opera, Space Eldritch inhabits the intersection between the eternal adventure of the final frontier and the inhuman darkness between the stars.

Q: What movie rating would you give your story, and to which age group is it directed?

A: PG13 to R - lots of horror and action 

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  1. Thank you for hosting me (and the guys) and Helen, Andrea, much appreciated!

    I like that cover Helen!

  2. Thank you, David! I was lucky enough to collaborate with a fine artist (Brian Hoover) who did an original oil painting for the cover. The painting is soon to be featured in his gallery in Salt Lake City.