The reviews for Mark West’s What Gets Left Behind have been stacking up while we’ve been making exciting annoucements about other projects, so we decided to put them all together into one posting for your convenience. Anyway, enough waffling from us, here they are:
First review is a great write-up from Gef Fox of the Wag the Fox review blog, which you can read here. Then we have a review from She Never Slept, written by Marc Nocerino, accessible by clicking here (you’ll need to scroll down a bit for the review proper) – thanks to Marc for this. Moving on, Anthony Watson, a subscriber to the chapbooks, was kind enough to review Mark’s story on his Dark Musings blog – just go here for the lowdown. Finally, writer Colin F. Barnes sets his thoughts down on the chapbook in his blog-post ‘A Fulltime Writer’s Diary – Week 1’ – once again, you will need to scroll down the page to find the review towards the end of the entry. The blog-post can be found here.
Anyway, there will be more reviews soon, as well as some more exciting announcements about some of the books we have lined up for you over the next year or two – we can honestly say that we have some fantastic authors onboard for years three and four of Spectral, so watch this space!
These came to my attention just this morning: two reviews of Spectral Volumes I & II posted on the She Never Slept website. Both chapbooks were insightfully reviewed by Brandi Jordling, and the What They Hear in the Dark write up is here and the Abolisher of Roses one can be found here. Many thanks to the fine folks over at She Never Slept for the reviews!
Spectral Volume III, Cate Gardner’s Nowhere Hall, will be going to the printers this week – just a final look over today, then off it goes. In the meantime, press info-sheets and what have you will be cunningly concocted through the magic of Word and then I can begin sending stuff to reviewers and websites. If you run a book blog or website and would like a PDF copy to review, then please contact me at spectralpress[AT]gmail[DOT]com, along with details of your blog or site please.