Beginning January 2014, DarkFuse will be altering its hardcover book club to include an additional novella. Currently, our release schedule includes production of only 2 limited hardcovers (one novel, one novella) per month, the third title being an eBook-only release. In 2014, all featured titles will include a limited edition hardcover release.
Hardcover subscription prices, beginning in January, will increase from $65 per month plus shipping to $85 per month plus shipping. Subscribers will now receive 3 limited edition hardcovers each month. The cover prices for novels will increase to $75 (now $65) and novellas will be $37.50 (now $35). Subscribers will save $65 per month ($780 per year). This subscription package will also include the complimentary Kindle subscription (valued at $59.88) and subscription to Horror d’oeuvres (valued at $29.99).
The print run throughout 2014 will be set at between 100-150 copies for each title. We will be announcing the exact number of copies this fall.
Currently, DarkFuse has sold out of every title in advance through its book club and dealers. We’ve also created a waiting list for collectors who want to acquire our collector’s editions. The estimated wait time for getting a subscription is one year. Due to the wait time and the fact that collectors must pay to get on the waiting list, we’ve limited reservations to only 10 at any given time.
Interested collectors take note: there are 5 available slots on our waiting list before it’s full. We will only offer reservations once someone acquires a subscription and moves from the waiting list to subscriber status.
Bookstores and dealers may inquire about standing orders by using our contact page. Please note that we only deal direct for limited edition hardcovers. Paperback sales are handled by our distributors, Ingram and Baker & Taylor.
Coming in December 2013 from DarkFuse…
For more details, check out our Coming Soon page.
We’ve expanded our eBook formats for 3 new titles which are now available for Nook, Kobo and Apple.
For Amber, helping children build custom dolls isn’t exactly her dream job, especially when business is so slow. But when 7-foot-inch, 400-pound childlike Bobby Milton walks into the store one day with his caretaker, things around LYLAS Dolls start to get interesting.
Bobby comes back every week to make a new doll, but each time he leaves, he takes something from the store…something that points to his involvement in a string of child disappearances.
Is Bobby as innocent as he seems, or is he a wolf among sheep? A predator…
They come at night.
A stranger staggers out of the wilderness under the cover of a blizzard and stumbles into a diner full of people. He collapses in the entryway, unzips his jacket, and allows the object hidden inside to fall out. Screaming commences.
Four old college buddies embark upon their annual elk hunting trip into the Rocky Mountains. This promises to be their last, for the passage of time is as merciless and unpredictable as the Colorado weather. And they’re not alone.
There are other hunters in the mountains, stalking game of a different breed. They know exactly what they’re doing, because they’ve been hunting in these woods for a long, long time. And no one ever survives to betray their existence.
The reprehensible man sits in the restaurant. Laughing with his friends. Entertaining them with a story about his wretched behavior.He doesn’t know that somebody at another table is watching him. Somebody filled with hatred. Somebody waiting for him to be alone. Somebody with duct tape and a gun.
It’s a night for vengeance. And a hell of a lot more.
Coming in December 2013 from DarkFuse…
For more information, please visit our Coming Soon page.
- The Girl In The Woods by David Jack Bell
- Snow by Ronald Malfi
- Predatory Instinct by Michael McBride
- Innocents Lost by Michael McBride
- The Infected by Michael McBride
- The Genesis Code by Lisa von Biela
- Bloodletting by Michael McBride
- Benjamin’s Parasite by Jeff Strand
- Passenger by Ronald Malfi
- The Light Is The Darkness by Laird Barron
We’re gearing up for a hell of a month in June. If you’re not a member of the book club, now’s the time to join. Here’s what will be released next month…
The New Flesh by Keith Deininger
When Jake, a shy fourth grader, starts a fire in the woods behind his school that gets away from him, he’s punished and forgiven. But his life is never the same. Three years after the incident, the dreams begin. Dreams of flames and a strange creature Jake calls The Melting Man. Waiting and watching with an insidious grin, it lures him deeper and deeper into his darkest fears, and closer to an otherworld of fire and torment. And then, Jake begins to see The Melting Man wherever he goes.
Come with me, Jake…Come and see…
As his dreams bleed into waking life, Jake realizes he’s being dragged toward a very real apocalypse, and that The Melting Man’s powers are growing stronger. Asleep, awake, or trapped between the two, Jake must fight to understand not only who and what The Melting Man is and what the dreams mean, but how this creature and Jake’s mysterious family legacy ties into a disturbing, violent and enigmatic film associated with his father, a failed screenwriter.
But there may be no way to stop what has already begun…because this is a new nightmare…a new terror…a new Flesh…
THE NEW FLESH, the debut novel of horror, madness and suspense from Keith Deininger.
F9 by Michael McBride
The rate of violent crime is on the rise, and nowhere is this more evident than in the state of Colorado.
Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me…
It’s called Acute High-Altitude Neuropathic Dissociation—or, more commonly, Mile High Syndrome—and Dr. Ellis Randall Harding, a neurologist, is determined to understand why. For him, it’s personal. He was there on September 24th, 1994 when a gunman walked into the library and started shooting.
I once was lost, but now I’m found…
The answer is locked inside the mind of a monster who shot and killed nine people in 1968. The problem is he’s in a vegetative state and incapable of communicating with anyone, except for Dr. Harding, who has figured out how to utilize medical imaging technology to amplify and interpret the killer’s brain activity.
Was blind but now I see…
But as Dr. Harding learns, there are some things that mankind was never meant to understand. Chief among them, the true nature of evil.
Love & Zombies by Eric Shapiro
The zombie apocalypse has already ended. The government nipped the problem in the bud before it got out of hand. But now Henry, an aspiring filmmaker in Los Angeles, is getting a request from his old friend Sam Kranson. Sam Kranson says they need to go run an errand in Las Vegas. There’s a hefty payday for the job. And it involves capturing a real live zombie.
But that can’t be true, can it? Are there zombies out there in the Nevada desert? Or has Sam Kranson finally lost his mind? And more importantly: Will Henry’s loving girlfriend Teresa strangle him if he goes on this adventure with Sam?
Part horror, part comedy, all madness and suspense, Love & Zombies is a lunatic burn through three days in the life of Henry—days in which he battles to stay alive, and get back to his love without becoming (un)dead.
Coming December 2013 from DarkFuse…
Now available for Kindle is Tim Curran’s latest novella, Worm.
“Like a B-movie horror film, Worm gives the reader a world filled with monsters and a ringside seat to the apocalypse.” —Examiner
On Pine Street, the houses begin to shake. The earth begins to move. The streets crack open and yards split asunder…and rising from subterranean depths far below, a viscid black muck bubbles up and floods the neighborhood.
In it are a ravenous army of gigantic worms seeking human flesh. They wash into houses, they come up through the sewers, through plumbing, filling toilets and tubs, seeking human prey.
Cut off from the rest of the town, the people of Pine Street must wage a war of survival or they’ll never see morning. As bad as the worms are, there’s something worse—and far larger—waiting to emerge.
“This is a story of gore and goop and glub and glop…After reading Worm you’ll never set on a toilet the same way again.” —Trent Smith, Pulp 300
“A glorious, fun filled and hugely thrilling read.” —Ginger Nuts of Horror
Check out the complete DarkFuse 2013 publishing schedule for novellas…
Worm by Tim Curran
F9 by Michael McBride
Love & Zombies by Eric Shapiro
Shiftling by Steven Savile
Messages from the Dead by Sandy DeLuca
Sow by Tim Curran
Nightmare Man by Alan Ryker
Mirror of the Nameless by Luke Walker
Hell’s Door by Sandy DeLuca
Sacrifice Island by Kristin Dearborn
Lurker by Gary Fry
Shattered by C. S. Kane
Whom the Gods Would Destroy by Brian Hodge
The Black Church by Toby Tate
Get them all on your Kindle by purchasing the titles already published, then join the book club and get the remainder of them for FREE, as each month subscribers pay $4.99 which is the cover price for the featured novel and get 2 additional titles (mostly novellas) at no extra cost.
“Season of the Wolf is a violent thriller, but still has a realistic aspect to this supernatural tale. This tale is fast paced, frightening, but at the same time addictive in that you can’t stop reading it.” —Midwest Book Review
When Alex Converse, heir to a coal company fortune, visits Silver Gap, Colorado to make an environmentally themed documentary film, he’s hoping to change some minds and to soothe his own troubled conscience. But there’s more going on—in his mind, and in Silver Gap—than Alex knows. People are dying and women are disappearing. Some of the killers have fur, fangs, and claws—but some don’t. What is Alex’s connection to the missing women? Will anyone live long enough to find out? And what’s up with those wolves?
Season of the Wolf is a heart-stopping supernatural thriller about climate change, the human capacity for evil, and the epic struggle between a small town’s citizens and impossible creatures from the dawn of history.
“Season Of The Wolf will go a long way to further Jeff Mariotte’s reputation as one of today’s best writers of horror and dark fiction.” —TT Zuma, Horror World
Download it today!