Can’t Wait Wednesday - Flame Tree Press Fiction (@flametreetweet)

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, originally hosted by Jill over at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. Since Jill is no longer hosting it, I'm joining Can’t Wait Wednesday movement over at Wishful Endings.

Thirteen Days by Sunset Beach by Ramsey Campbell
The Mouth of the Dark by Tim Waggoner
The Siren and the Specter by Jonathan Janz
The Sky Woman by  J.D. Moyer
Creature by Hunter Shea
The Bad Neighbor by David Tallerman

Expected publication: September 6, 2018 by FLAME TREE PRESS


FLAME TREE PRESS is the trade fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing, with editorial offices in both London and New York. We launch in Spring 2018 and build our first lists for September publication. We’ll publish globally in the English language, in print and ebook formats, with a focus on excellent writing in horror and the supernatural, crime and mystery thrillers, and science fiction and fantasy. Our aim is to explore beyond the boundaries of the everyday, finding new pathways for the imagination, with tales from both award-winners and original voices.



Fiction Without Frontiers
Launching in 2018 in print and ebook formats FLAME TREE PRESS will publish full-length novels globally in the English language. Our first list includes Bram Stoker award winners Ramsey Campbell, Tim Waggoner and John Everson, the highly-rated Jonathan Janz, the phenomenal Hunter Shea and many up-coming writers such as Brian Trent, David Tallerman and Robin Triggs.


Any time there's a new horror imprint announced, it's worth celebrating, and when Don D’Auria - former editor at Leisure Books & Samhain Publishing - is at the helm, that's even more reason to get excited. ARCs are being sent out this week, so I'm looking forward to teasing you all with the launch.

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  1. This publisher sounds awesome, I'll definitely be keeping an eye on them. I'll be reading my first Hunter Shea book soon😁

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  2. I can't wait to read some of these titles. I used to read some of the Samhain arcs so I'm excited there is another outlet for horror imprints. I might as well add all of these to my wishlist!

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  3. I'm all for new publishers! I hope you get to read some or all of these and love them!

    Tressa @ Wishful Endings

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  4. Nice, they've got some great authors on board already, I'll have to keep this publisher on my radar.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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