Tag: kurt reichenbaugh

10 Horror Books for 99c Each—One Week Only!

  Starting now and ending November 1st, we are offering ten of our horror titles for only 99c on the Amazon kindle store. If you’re the kind of person who loves horror and cheap eBooks, then look no further. Well, okay, look a little bit further—you still have to actually click the […]

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Phoenix is the Perfect Place to Scream at the World (An Interview with Kurt Reichenbaugh)

Since Kurt Reichenbaugh’s newest noir novel, Last Dance in Phoenix, just became available for the public to consume, we thought it’d be nice to have the author himself stop by and answer a few questions. PMMP: Phoenix is practically its own character in your novel. What was your approach to […]

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New Release: LAST DANCE IN PHOENIX by Kurt Reichenbaugh

Kurt Reichenbaugh’s second novel with Perpetual Motion Machine, Last Dance in Phoenix, is now available in both paperback and eBook formats. Fans of noir, look no further. Kent should have it made. He has a decent job, a beautiful wife and a nice home in a trendy part of the […]

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Pre-Order: Vampire Strippers from Saturn, Last Dance in Phoenix, and Dead Men

We have five books scheduled for release this year. We previously announced six titles, but we’ve recently had to push back Joe McKinney’s story collection, Speculations, to 2016. More information on that at a later date, but right now, our 2015 line-up includes: Vincenzo Bilof’s Vampire Strippers from Saturn, Kurt […]

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Now Available: SIRENS by Kurt Reichenbaugh

Our latest novel, Sirens by Kurt Reichenbaugh, is now available in both paperback and e-book formats. It is a a homage to 70s pulp horror novels; cover designed by the wonderful Matthew Revert.   Just another Saturday night, sometime in the middle of that decade we call the 70’s, when […]

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Their Last Best Halloween by Kurt Reichenbaugh

Their Last Best Halloween by Kurt Reichenbaugh The old Polaroid is faded now, of course. It was taken when they were in 9th grade. The three of them ghostlike in front of a blackened street. The last Halloween of them together. In it, Marty looks a bit surprised, as if […]

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