Thursday, January 20, 2011


A vintage book, in a new — and inexpensive — edition! Wildside has released my 2002 short story collection, Legends of the Night, as a trade paperback, retailing for $14.95 — about the same as a decent bottle of wine, except that Legends lasts a bit longer and is probably scarier. The book features 13 of my short stories, including several of my Cthulhu Mythos tales, such as "The Children of Burma" and "Stalker of the Wild Wind." It also features my story, "Before the Red Star Falls," a prequel to H. G. Wells's War of the Worlds, set in medieval Scotland. This story is available as a free sample at my website; and you can check it out right here.

If you haven't read any of my work before, now is a really good time to give it a try. Many of my books are readily available, in various formats, including e-books and audio books. Plus I have more releases coming down the pike very soon — my collection, The Gaki & Other Hungry Spirits, forthcoming from Dark Regions, and my novel, Blue Devil Island, forthcoming as a trade paperback from Marietta Books. Visit my website for a decent overview of my entire catalog, with links to Amazon and other book sites for quick and easy ordering. There's other fun stuff, like my Daikaiju review section and my James Bond 007 soundtrack review site. I'm also offering autographed copies of several of my titles, which you can purchase securely via Paypal, directly from The Realm of Stephen Mark Rainey.

I can guarantee you'll get your money's worth...and hopefully then some. Do drop by!

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