News: Value Add to Robert Hood’s Peripheral Visions Limited Signed Edition

We are excited. Real excited!

Readers who purchase (or have purchased) Robert Hood’s limited, signed edition will be getting an added bonus with the offer – instead of the bonus chap-ebook, Haunted Flesh: Zombie Stories with several stories amounting to approximately 20k words, it has been expanded to six stories (yes, six!) and a mocku-article titled ‘Professor Cadaveros’ Experiments in Transcendent Mortality as Recorded in Zombie Cinema’. Over 32k of zombie fiction – practically a decent sized anthology. ONLY FOR LIMITED EDITION PRE-ORDER takers.

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“There is no journey forward without ghosts; there is no telling without fear.” (Gerry Turcotte)

The six pieces of bonus fiction are:

  • In the Service of the Flesh (Aurealis Magazine #35, 2006)
  • Zombie Au Gratin (Scary Food anthology [ed. Cat Sparks], Agog Press, 2008)
  • Heartless (Aurealis Magazine #31, 2003)
  • Behind Dark Blue Eyes (Exotic Gothic 3 anthology [ed. Danel Olson], Ash-Tree Press, 2009
  • Voyeur Night (Crosstown Traffic [eds. Stuart Coupe, Julie Ogden and Robert Hood], Five Islands Press, 1993)
  • Wasting Matilda (Zombie Apocalypse! [ed. Stephen Jones], Robinson Press/Mammoth Books UK, and Running Press US, 2010)

As you can see, we have some pretty amazing stories where several are hard – real hard – to find. It is an excellent zombie collection.

To remind you, CLICK HERE if you want to pre-order Peripheral Visions, a mammoth signed tome with all of Robert Hood’s ghost fiction, plus Haunted Flesh: Zombie Stories chap-ebook. For a quarter of a million words of amazing horror fiction, plus Robert Hood’s signature, limited edition number, and shipping, this is a truly great deal!

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