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Speculative fiction writer H David Blalock was reportedly delighted to be part of the Pulp Fiction project known as Pro Se Presents. 

Teaser from Pro Se Presents:
“Punching its way into its second year, PRO SE PRESENTS keeps on Puttin’ the Monthly Back Into Pulp!Image PSP 13 is chock full of old favorites and new faces! Chuck Miller brings a new chapter in the world of his psychedelic Pulp character, The Black Centipede! Noted writer H. David Blalock introduces readers to ‘Kelly’s Beast’! And Joshua Reynolds returns along St. Cyprian, Pulp’s favorite Royal Occultist! Magic, madness, murder, and more! Featuring Cover Design and Art Work from Sean E. Ali, Pro Se Presents 13 comes out blazing from Pro Se Press!” (https://www.createspace.com/3985827)

The best news? According to this article, Pro Se #13 is FOURTH among the best-selling Pulp Fiction! http://barryreese.net/2012/09/10/new-pulp-best-seller-lis…

But what is Pulp Fiction? “Pulp Fiction, known by many names and identified as being action/adventure, fast paced, hero versus villain, over the top characters and tight, yet extravagant plots, is experiencing a surge like never before! …Specializing in prose books, anthologies, and magazines, Pro Se has made a commitment to ‘Put Monthly Back Into Pulp’ and continues to do that successfully, producing at least one New Pulp fiction work every month!” (Pro Se Press, http://www.prosepulp.com/#!about)

Intrigued? Great! Feel free to pick up a copy of Pro Se #13, and then perhaps go to the Pro Se Press site and order some back issues.


Fans of the IN HELL series have said that the latest release, ROGUES IN HELL, is delightful. Yet what is the premise behind it? Quite simply, the reader follows historical figures surmised to have been sentenced to Hell for their heinous crimes. The stories either follow the faction wars that are happening in Hell, people trying to escape Hell, or other happenings going on. The themes for each anthology is in the title – LAWYERS IN HELL and ROGUES IN HELL being self descriptive.

So what did H David Blalock write about?

As mentioned, there are different factions in Hell who often war between themselves, not to mention those inside the factions plotting to get out. H David Blalock chose to explore the idea of the two Egyptian magicians who faced off with Moses and their scheme to escape hell – by leaving the Egyptian Hell and breaking into the Chinese Hell to get a Key from the Demon Guard there and using it to get out. Assigned to stop them is a Chinese General, but can he succeed?

Sound interesting? If that is not to your liking, there are other stories that are mentioned in several favorable reviews that might be more your taste.

Teaser on ROGUES IN HELL:Image
“Janet Morris leads her writers back to Hell.

Hot on the heels of Lawyers in Hell, the New Hell Sinday Times bestseller, comes ROGUES IN HELL…

The war heats up, Satan antes up, and rogues go adventuring as Hell’s landlord faces off with Heaven’s auditors.

Veteran Hellions sin again and new writers fall from grace:

Shirley Meier, Bradley H. Sinor, Michael Z. Williamson, Deborah Koren, Julie Cochrane, Bruce Durham, Janet Morris, Chris Morris, Richard Groller, H. David Blalock, Nancy Asire, Michael H. Hanson, Sarah Hulcy, Michael A. Armstrong, Larry Atchley, Jr., Bill Snider, Edward McKeown, John Manning, Jack William Finley, David L. Burkhead and Allan Gilbreath” (Care Of amazon.com)

Indigo Mosaic Publishing is a budding Independent Publisher with a few books in its library thus far. Its latest release, Mytherium, promises to be a lot of fun!

Teaser from Lulu.com:
“A varied collection of short stories, ranging from love stories right through to horror, with a delicious smattering of humour to balance it out. Meet our werewolves, vampires, gorgons, unicorns, trolls and many more inside our Mytherium.”

Speculative fiction writer Herika R Raymer is delighted that two of her short stories, ‘Clash’ and ‘Believe’, made it into the anthology.

‘Clash’  is a story of a small town plagued by gruesome murders. The nature of the grisly scenes prompts a resurgence of legendary tales among the townsfolk, because it is easier to believe in a mythical nightmare being responsible than one of their own. Or are the stories not too far off the mark?

‘Believe’ follows a person who loves debunking myth who encounters siblings who embody all that should be impossible. Myth was told to explain what is now just natural and medical science, right? There is nothing supernatural or paranormal in the modern world. Or is there?

Interested? Order a copy today at http://www.lulu.com/us/en/shop/indigo-mosaic/mytherium-tales-of-mythical-and-magical-creatures/paperback/product-20331046.html

Remember in school when students were taught that there were three viewpoints of writing: first-person, second-person, and third-person? The two voices which dominated much of required reading material was in first- or third-person, so what happened to second-person? It is often avoided, but there are those who would like the presentation.

Enter Mandi M. Lynch of Ink Monkey Press, who decided to revive the second-person voice in her new anthology ‘You Don’t Say!’. A collection of stories written entirely in the second-person, it has the potential to drive some English and Literary teachers a bit crazy. However, that is the draw. Ms. Lynch wanted something unusual, and has found a delightful selection of stories that met her criteria.

From CreateSpace:
You Don’t Say is an anthology of stories written in second person, where “you” is the main character and “you” is the narrator. Writing in second person allows a reader to step into a story and feel as though they’re right there in the action.

Pick up your copy today at https://www.createspace.com/3855264

Imagicopter Anthology Theme Contest!

Imagicopter is doing an anthology, but we need your help to figure out the theme, so here’s the deal:

If you have an idea of what you would like the writers and artists of Imagicopter to work on, send your idea to imagyro(at)zoho.com today! The winner of the contest will receive a complimentary copy of the anthology and copies of other works from seveImagicopterral of the participants.

The contest runs from November 1, 2010 to February 28, 2011, giving you plenty of time to mull it over and come up with some great ideas.

Tell your friends and family that they can join the fun as well! Look forward to hearing from you soon.

Please note: Imagicopter participants are not eligible to enter the theme contest. Thanks.