Bestiary Production Update #5

Welcome to yet another update on Bestiary’s progress (sort of).

Things have been a little slow over the last week as I’ve been seeing to the beta-reader responses for Bestiary 3, which will be in shape for an editor soon. I’m hoping to release all three books in the trilogy relatively close together so you guys don’t have to wait too long for each new installment. I’ll be putting them together in an omnibus (electronic and print) at some point after that.

And speaking of waiting, I’ll be hearing back from KHP regarding my novel’s status at some point this month!

Meanwhile, the fundraising for Bestiary’s cover continues. I’m going to give the items another week or two to sell. If nobody’s interested, they’re headed for the used bookstore, so grab ’em while you can!

The items are as follows:

Three copies of my first book, Black Corners of a Blood-Red Room. The collection was published by Library of Horror Press in 2010 and is currently out of print. It contains 46 short stories (and a few flash pieces) of horror, occasionally blending with everything from fantasy worlds to science-fiction. These are $20.00 a pop ($5.00 of that goes toward shipping).

Two copies of Shroud Magazine #6, containing my short story, “An Allure Forgotten.” Shroud always puts out a great product, and this issue is no exception. In addition to my story, there’s content from Rick Hautala (rest easy, buddy) and lots of other great talent in the genre. I’m selling the magazine for $10.00 (again, the extra goes toward shipping).

Additionally, I’m happy to sign any of these items by request. If you’re interested, just drop your e-mail address in the comments section and I’ll get back to you ASAP.


About prutigli

Patrick Rutigliano grew up on a steady diet of comic books and horror movies. Making his first sale to Permuted press in 2007, he has since placed stories with several publications in addition to his first collection, Black Corners of a Blood-Red Room. The Untimely Deaths of Daryl Handy is his first independent release. During his off time, Patrick can usually be found attempting to recreate foreign cuisine, sacrificing cardboard to his cats, and having spirited debates with his wife over the failings of Disney villains.
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