All of us here at KHP love a good physical book. Our walls are lined with shelves of them, just like any other bibliophile. However, a business requires more than our preferences to run smoothly. If one format ceases to make money for it while another is thriving, the logical decision must be made.
The book has evolved, and a business must evolve with its products to remain successful. Therefore, KHP, Inc. will enter 2013 as an ebook-only publishing company. We’ve been releasing our titles this way for some time now while keeping some of our older print titles around because it’s so difficult to completely let go. Well, at the end of this month, we’ll be saying “Goodbye” to them.
So pick them up while you can! Simply go to the pages for Black Death Books or Skullvines Press and click on the covers for the print titles. They’ll be gone in a month!
Note: ebooks of the titles will still be around, so no worries on that front.
Black Death Books is proud to announce the release of Mad Dog Summer by Joe R. Lansdale! This is the first time this story been available in digital format, and like our previous Lansdale title, Deranged By Choice, it’s paired up with another story as a bonus!
CHECK IT OUT!
Coming very soon from Black Death Books!
One of our authors, the excellent Joe R. Lansdale, was recently featured on Oprah.com! Bill Paxton, star of Aliens, Near Dark, Twister, and the new miniseries, Hatfield & McCoys, recommended Lansdale’s book The Bottoms HERE!
Be sure to check it out if you haven’t, and you also can’t go wrong with his Black Death Books title, Deranged By Choice.
Gabino Iglesias over at Horror Talk recently sat down with Joe R. Lansdale for an interview that you won’t want to miss! Be sure to check it out HERE.
And of course, Black Death Books is proud to offer a wild dose of Lansdale called Deranged By Choice:
Most aspiring authors out there have Duotrope bookmarked as a valuable resource for submitting to publishers (and those who don’t, should).
Today, they updated their information for our imprint, Black Death Books, and in doing so, interviewed our associate editor, Louise Bohmer.
READ IT HERE!