Your Monday Mourning Report #8

Welcome one and all to the latest incarnation of Your Monday Mourning Report in which I dig around the dark webs and return with bones to share at the table for all who enjoy a quick gnaw now and again.

Fresh Meat

Image result for william f. nolan writing as lifeWriting As Life by William F. Nolan:
Author William F. Nolan has nearly 100 books to his credit including the co-authored smash hit Logan's Run. Now a new collection of his fiction, poetry and essays is coming from Dark Regions Press! Writing as Life includes a brand new essay "The Secret of Writing" by the author and collects many rare writings old and new. Available now for preorder in ebook, trade paperback and signed & numbered limited edition hardcover.

Pre-order it HERE!   

Night Train by Thomas F. Monteleone — First Time in Hardcover, Signed by the Author.
One of Monteleone’s most original horror novels. This is the story of the hidden and unknown worlds beneath the streets of the City That Never Sleeps.
In the bedrock beneath New York, an ambitious TV journalist and a hard-bitten cop enter an eerie maze of abandoned tunnels, searching for a train that vanished with all aboard — a century ago. What they find is a world more bizarre and threatening than anything they could have imagined.
Under the city of skyscrapers and tourists, under the peep shows and the penthouses, within the clammy darkness, around the next turn . . . an un-imagined world of evil awaits.

   Get it HERE!

The Silence coverThe Silence by Tim Lebbon is now available for pre-order! Now a gripping Netflix movie starring Stanley Tucci and Kiernan Shipka. A suspenseful masterpiece from New York Times bestselling author Tim Lebbon. In the darkness of an underground cave system, blind creatures hunt by sound. Then there is light, there are voices, and they feed... Swarming from their prison, the creatures thrive and destroy. To scream, even to whisper, is to summon death. As the hordes lay waste to Europe, a girl watches to see if they will cross the sea. Deaf for many years, she knows how to live in silence; now, it is her family's only chance of survival. To leave their home, to shun others, to find a remote haven where they can sit out the plague. But will it ever end? And what kind of world will be left?

Get it HERE! 

Sure, the Mourning Report has linked to this book already, but the final(?) Repairman Jack novel, The Last Christmas by F. Paul Wilson is almost sold out so last chance before they’re all gone. Or, at least all gone until the trade paperbacks come out.

Get your’s HERE! 

Mad Musings

Jeff Strand via Facebook: In case you were wondering, Scares That Care was freaking awesome. Again.

Billie Martin via Facebook: I started rereading THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP last night. In his preface to the 2018 fortieth anniversary edition, John Irving speaks out against anti-transgender discrimination. Good on him even if he can be annoying as hell.

Jeremy C. Ship vi Twitter: Life is better with a book in your hand, a cat in your lap and Halloween in your heart.

Scott Goudsward vis Facebook: Things you don't expect to see in a CVS parking lot. Guy - drunk or stoned or both, trying to dance seductively to the Dive-thru atm camera. Hip thrusts and crotch grabs included!
Wrath James White via Facebook: Last night, I was onstage as one of the judges of the costume contest at Scares That Cares and got to witness how amazing this charity is as they interrupted the contest and brought a breast cancer survivor onstage and presented her with a ten thousand dollar check to cover her medical bills. They then brought a father and his son out of the audience, the man's son had physical and developmental disabilities, and they presented him with a check for ten thousand also, to help care for his child. Another ten thousand dollar check went to a burn victim who was unfortunately not present to receive it. I don't think the re was a dry eye in the place. That's why I support this charity.
Now in its sixth year, Scares That Cares is the only charity horror convention in America, and I am proud to say I have supported them since year one. One thing I learned this year is that I can, should, and will do so much more to support them. Great job, Joe Ripple. Keep it up.

Web of Fear

Hungry for the darker side of things and a good meal? Vincent Price has you covered with his super casserole recipe!

Get it – and eat it? – HERE!   

AfterLight Comics @Afterlightcomic: To celebrate our anniversary, we’ve just launched limited Edition Mystery Horror Bags which feature a Horror comic & 3 amazing art prints. Now live on our website!

Check ‘em out HERE! 


Well, my fellow fiends, that wraps up this week's Mourning Report. Stay tuned for next week which is sure to be as rotten as this week's was.

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Until next time, stay dark...stay hungry.


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