Thursday, August 16, 2012

The Past and Future of Publishing

There's a worthwhile article over at on where we've been and where we're heading in publishing today.

One of the more interesting statements is this:

There is enormous pressure in the market to solve the 'drowning in bad writing' issue with indie publishing. It's hard to imagine that a solution won't emerge in the next 12-18 months."

We're waiting.

You can read the entire article here. And you should.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

A Different Kind of 'MONSTER'

WBUR on MONSTER: Zeltserman keeps the action moving relentlessly forward with minimal padding, either in terms of plot or prose. The action is tight and there’s no shade of purple in his style, but there’s plenty going on thematically.

Click here to read WBUR's thoughtful critique on MONSTER, as well as MONSTER's first chapter.

Thursday, August 2, 2012



Victor Frankenstein. Marquis de Sade. Witch burnings. Vampyres. Devil worshipers. Depraved London sex clubs. Street gangs. Vengeance. Obsession. Damnation.

"imaginative and grotesque... This is juicy material for Franken-fans, and Zeltserman is just faithful enough to the original that his many fresh contributions feel entirely normal.Well, abnormal, to be accurate, but deliciously so".-- Daniel Kraus, Booklist (*Starred Review*)
"This reworking of Frankenstein is chilling and captivating! A tale of justice, true love, and ultimate forgiveness, this gruesome novel is perfect for fans of Stephen King and similar horror stories".-- Foreword Magazine (*Pick of the Week*)

"I flat out loved it... a graphic, brutal story with heart and soul" -- Crimespree Magazine

"A masterpiece of originality, beauty, ugliness, eloquence, wisdom and power". -- Ed Gorman

"When awards season rolls around, this one's going to be a major contender." -- Bill Crider

"Brilliant reimagining of Frankenstein: faithful enough to delight lovers of Mary Shelley's masterpiece, but wonderfully inventive as it takes the monster on a bloody quest for vengeance" -- Roger Smith

"Dave Zeltserman continues to expertly explore the depths of darkness with MONSTER" -- Paul Tremblay

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