Deborah Sheldon‘s new, confronting horror novel, Contrition will be released on 3 September 2018 in Australia/UK and New Zealand, and for a short time IFWG will make direct sales. North American release will occur in November.
PREORDERS HAVE NOW CEASED
In her late teens, Meredith Berg-Olsen had all the makings of a runway model. Now in her late forties, after everything she had been through – including horrors that John could only guess at – she looked bloodless instead of pale, skeletal instead of slender, more dead than alive.
John Penrose has two secrets. One is the flatmate he keeps hidden from the world: his high-school sweetheart, Meredith. His other secret is the reason he feels compelled to look after her.
Contrition is a horror story with noir undertones and an atmosphere of mounting dread. .
IFWG Publishing is delighted to reveal the cover of Craig Cormick’s historical mystery/speculative fiction novel, The Years of the Wolf. The novel is based on a true story and the photograph (photographer unknown) is taken from the same time and place as the title’s source material. Catherine Archer-Wills has done a spectacular job of converting the photograph into a cover. Here is the full spread:
This story begins with a murder. A German internee is found dead inside a civilian internment camp during World War One, and one young internee, Arno Friedrich, determines to find the killer. But the more he probes into the lives of his fellow internees the more he discovers that little within the old stone prison is as he had imagined. He finds that the Germanic facades and fantasies the men construct hide secrets within secrets. And a killer.
The Years of the Wolf will be released and launched at Conflux on 29 September 2018. Preorder details will be released soon.
IFWG is very pleased to reveal the cover for Jeffery E Doherty‘s second book in his middle grade The Guardians of St. Giles series, Olivia Stone and the Dread of the Dreamers. We were entranced with the mischievous antagonists in Olivia Stone and the Trouble With Trixies, and were riveted to the young teen horror and adventure of this latest book. Olivia, the main protagonist of the series, is a school girl who has secret abilities resulting from a crippling injury when a grotesque statue fell on her.
Art and design is by the author.
“I don’t like spiders…they give me the shivers.” Olivia shudders to prove her point.
Dreamweavers feed on the dread and despair of their victims. To help Yip stop their nightmarish infestation of the city, Olivia has to prowl dark streets, brave the boy’s toilet, and break into the old Haven Asylum.
She must face her greatest fear, the mother of all spiders, if she has any hope of saving her friend, Emmett.
Olivia Stone and the Dread of the Dreamers will be on sale in Australia, UK and New Zealand on 1 August 2018, and soon afterwards in North America. In Australia the title will be distributed through Dennis Jones and Associates.
We are pleased to reveal the full cover spread and table of contents of Cthulhu Deep Down Under Volume 2, which will be released worldwide 1st August 2018.
Cover art and design by the very talented Steve Santiago, and edited by Steve Proposch, Christopher Sequeira, and Bryce Stevens.
Introduction by Peter Rawlik Sleeping Dogs by Kirstyn McDermott Slither by Jason Nahrung Melbourne Calling by Silvia Brown Time and Tide by Robert Hood Dead End Town by Lee Murray The Pit by Bill Congreve The Island in the Swamp by J Scherpenhuizen Where the Madmen Meet by T.S.P. Sweeney The Seamounts of Vaalua Tuva by David Kuraria Depth Lurker by G.N. Braun
IFWG is very proud indeed of our Cthulhu Deep Down Under 3-volume series and look very much forward to Vol 2’s world release on 1st August 2018. We have just signed off the full cover spread, but at this early stage we would like to showcase the front cover – another beautiful job by artist and designer, Steve Santiago. In coming weeks we will reveal more, including the full TOC. Note our pleasure in having Mythos-guru Peter Rawlick penning this volume’s introduction. Editors Steve Proposch, Chris Sequeira and Bryce Stevens have, once again, done a wonderful job.
For those who haven’t had the pleasure of reading Volume 1, give yourself some time introducing yourself to the series by purchasing it. Preorder details for Volume 2 will be available soon.
And for those who are interested in our stand-alone New Zealand companion to this series, currently titled Cthulhu: Land of the Long White Cloud, it will be released in September 2018 – again, more details to follow.
Book 2 of New Zealand writer Barbara Howe‘s Reforging series, Engine of Lies, is locked in for release in Australia, New Zealand, UK and North America on 16th July. In the meantime, here is the cover (art and design by Catherine Archer-Wills), which instills the young adult book’s characters and setting perfectly.
NEVER, EVER, LIE TO A WARLOCK
He never promised happily ever after, but Lucinda is still dismayed by how quickly reality intrudes on her fairy tale. Assassination attempts and lightning strikes disturb her honeymoon, but the return home brings no peace of mind. When the discovery of a magical conspiracy shakes her faith in everything she trusts, she vows to expose the Fire Warlock’s most shameful secret and see justice done.
As a hot summer draws towards a violent end, Lucinda teeters between terror and rage. She’d be less angry about risking her life if she didn’t suspect her husband – her hero! – intends to step aside and let her die.
For those who haven’t read the magic of Book 1 of the series, The Locksmith, it can be found in all good bricks and mortar and online stores.