And Don’t Miss The Latest on Bullet Gal!
While we’re temporarily closing to submissions to continue our promotion of Solarcidal Tendencies, we’re excited to see our monthly stories go out on a high note with Paul Goat Allen’s latest. Readers should eat this one up and can check out “Tusks” right here.
Enjoy, Comment, Share and Be Sure To Kill The Sun!
“So girl walks into a bar and … Wait. Undercover female assassin walks into a bar and spots her mark. She’s been hired to seduce and kill Duncan Sadler on the day of his father’s funeral. His older brother wants him dead for reasons unclear. But who’s playing who at the Sphinx Bar?”
Solarcide is honored to bring the author’s work to readers for our return to the Monthly Guest Story after a short break to prep for our upcoming 3rd Anniversary.
We thank our readers for your support and Sara Dobie Bauer for sharing her latest with Solarcide.
Read “The Youngest Brother” Here.
Paul D. Brazill and Lyric McKnight are the Winners of the Mardi Gras Murder Giveaway—Congratulations to both!!
Mardi Gras Murder features 13 New Crime Tales set around the biggest and craziest party of the year. Solarcide thanks Mystery and Horror, LCC for allowing us to participate in the giveaway, and we also thank our readers for the continued support.
The Mardi Gras Murder anthology is on sale now in Paperback through Barnes&Noble and Amazon, and for Kindle through Amazon. Just click on the blue for direct links, and for all of those celebrating on Tuesday, be safe and be sure to have enough fun to last until next Year!
13 New Stories appear in the anthology from such authors as Marian Allen, Harriette Sackler, and Debra H. Goldstein to name just a few. “Krewe of Bayou Black” is the name of Nathan’s story, in which a young thief goes head to head with a local crime lord during the craziest time of the southern year.
Solarcide is also excited to announce that we’re celebrating this year’s carnival season with a Mardi Gras Murder Giveaway!
Participants will have a chance to win a Free Copy of Mardi Gras Murder –courtesy of the generous folks at MAHLLC—and 2 winners will be announced.
Those who “like” the new facebook page for MAHLLC here will be entered into the drawing. Or you can visit the MAHLLC site and “like” the Solarcide facebook page from there to be entered into the drawing as well.
Those who have already liked MAHLLC and Solarcide on facebook will also be eligible.
More Updates To Come…
We enjoyed the month off while celebrating this year’s Halloween Season, as well as Solarcide’s newest release, “Flash Me! The Sinthology,” which is now available in paperback here, but it’s a new month, and it’s back to business for us as we present our monthly guest feature for November, titled “Footsteps of the Dragon“—courtesy of author Eric Del Carlo.
Nice guys definitely finish last in our newest guest story—or should we say patient guys finish last?
Solarcide is happy to bring you our monthly guest feature for July, which comes from author James L. Steele.
Slightly more bizarre than Bizarro, “The Patient Man” offers something for those with a twisted sense of humor, and also for fans of the unusual and unforgettable.
And Be Sure To Visit Again In August when we’ll be making some big and exciting announcements!
Heads are separated from bodies in Solarcide’s New Guest Feature for June, titled “We Have Always Lived In Our Heads” by Novelist, English Professor and Music Journalist of 18 years, the one and only Mr. Alex S. Johnson.
You Won’t Want To Miss This One If You Dig A Good Werewolf Story—Bête Noire brings you the best in dark fiction!
Solarcide author and editor Nathan Pettigrew is named among this year’s Top 5 Winners and Finalists in the Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards for Crime stories.
Cool Side Note: While “Dog Killer” works well as a standalone feature, the story is set before the events that take place in Nathan’s story “Wakey Wake,” which appears in Thuglit Issue Three—released earlier this year and still on sale in both print and digital at this location.
More updates and stories to come…