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Adam Millard
Horror and sci-fi/fantasy author
Horror and sci-fi/fantasy author
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Over at Ginger Nuts of Horror, Kit Power reviews The Bad Game. "Simply a joy from start to finish."

http://gingernutsofhorror.com/4/post/2016/05/the-bad-game-by-adam-millard.html?fb_action_ids=1701046363480125&fb_action_types=og.likes

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This week on Must Read Horror: Halfway to Halloween: Walpurgisnacht is ‘Witches’ Night’, Horror VR: How Virtual Reality Might Spawn a New Age of Horror, Frankenstein‘s Origins Can All Be Traced Back to a Violent Volcano, and Looking at the Best Thematic Horror Trilogies.

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Less than a week until The Bad Game is released by The Sinister Horror Company. You can pre-order the paperback edition of the novel at the low price of £6.99 | $9.99.

http://smarturl.it/TheBadGame

YOU DON'T PLAY IT... IT PLAYS YOU.

Hemsby is thriving; a seaside town on the up. The holidaymakers are flooding in, and so is the money. For the majority of those who live there, the resort is idyllic. But not for Jamie Garrett. Fifteen years old and bored to tears, Hemsby is the last place he wants to be. Aside from the occasional sea rescue, nothing exciting ever happens.

That's about to change as a mysterious new game arrives at the beach-front arcade. No one knows of its origin, or the rules of the game, but soon it is the talk of the resort, attracting children far and wide with its complex gameplay and surreal graphics. When the children of the resort become the perpetrators of uncharacteristic and brutal violence, Jamie realises that it is a side-effect of the game, and sets out to pull the plug on the machine before it is too late.

Dare you play THE BAD GAME?
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This week on Must Read Horror: Indie Publishing is the New B-Movies and Here’s Why That’s a Good Thing, More Vomit Than the Exorcist: Such a Good Baby, Doctor Who & Horror: How Much is Too Much?, and The HELLRAISER II Surgeon Scene and the Weird Mystique of “Lost” Footage.

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You can now preorder the limited hardcover edition of the new novel from Chris Kelso, Unger House Radicals. This will be extremely limited to 26 signed and lettered copies. All orders will be shipped out on June 11, the day of its official release in paperback and digital editions. The book features illustrations throughout by Shane Swank.

When aspiring and nihilistic film-maker Vincent Bittacker falls in love with mercurial serial-killer Brandon Swarthy they decide to embark upon a bloody journey to re-define cinema and create their own sub-culture - Ultra-Realism.

http://www.crowdedquarantine.co.uk/pre-orders.html
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This week on Must Read Horror: Horror Most Profound: The Many Layers to Alfred Hitchcock’s Classic ‘The Birds’, What Modern Horror Filmmakers Can Learn from “The Twilight Zone”, Conan Versus the Cosmic Insignificance of Humanity: “The Challenge from Beyond”, and Fear of the Unknown: Ten Horror Titles That Almost Were!.

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This week on Must Read Horror: What I Learned from Stephen King: ‘Christine’ & The Roads Traveled, Why Sound Design in Horror Gaming Matters, Five of the Most Valuable Horror Toys Ever Released, and Jaws-Inspired Summer Reading: Part One.
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