You read right – Fantasyville Productions (the company I run) is working on a new horror short story collection.
My good friend Sean McGavin wrote these stories last year, and I said to him, “Holy banana pants! These stories are good! Let’s get these printed!”
- I had never printed a book of prose before. And it turns out – the self-publishing world of prose? VERY different from comics. Because,
- It’s tricky to find printers for these kinds of books who are NOT Amazon. And
- It’s expensive to hire an editor.
I’m handling the book cover design because I designed all the covers for my books. It’s one of the skills I’m really good at, to be honest.
For an editor, I hired Melanie D., a friend of mine from college who’s very good at what she does. Shout-out to my readers who backed The Case of the Wendigo on KickStarter. They voted to have the leftover funds from that campaign go towards paying Melanie to edit this anthology. (And also go towards two different charities. More info about that can be found in this KickStarter post).
Where will this book be printed? Well, I’m going for Lulu. Unless you have a different recommendation. But when I did my research, Lulu had what I was looking for. (And I’ll go into THAT in a different post).
When will this book be available? Stay tuned on my email newsletter for updates.
Sorry to cut it short, but that’s really all I have for now. Thank you for reading!
You. Are. Awesome.