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If you lived in 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, what if you were accused of witchcraft? What would you do if you were singled out with false evidence, and your very life was at stake?
This novel focuses upon the theory that tainted rye grain, infected with the ergot virus (which is a strong hallucinogen if ingested), may have been the original catalyst in an event of horrific magnitude that was the Salem Witch Trials.
“An exciting and unflinching trip into a dark period of American history. I was really there with Ruth; trying to make sense of it all as the madness builds.” – Jeffrey L. Shipley, publisher of Tales of Blood and Roses
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SNM Magazine celebrates an anniversary!
We would like to announce our FIVE year anniversary as a press as of May first! We have published over 500 author stories and have been honored to jumpstart the careers of so many promising new writers who started right here and still write for us today. Thank you for helping us represent the future of horror and reflecting on the magazine with such impact as to always get us into the top five fiction presses every year. We have almost reached 100,000 visits to the site in our five year tenure!
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An email to The Horror Zine from Anne Rice
Dear Ms. Rector,
With all the attention to vampires of late, I've done a lot of thinking about my series, The Vampire Chronicles. Actually, it was never a true series, but a string of eccentric independent books involving many of the same vampire characters. My love for my hero, Lestat, drove the series, but I also delighted in creating other vampiric heroes, especially Marius and Armand.
Since I finished the Chronicles in 2003, I'm feeling very free to enjoy all the inventive new material being written by Charlaine Harris, and I've become a real fan of her Sookie Stackhouse, both in print, and on HBO.
But for me, the challenge today is to create a new hero, Toby O'Dare, and an angel, Malchiah, who guides Toby on new adventures as he seeks to interfere for good in various situations to which Malchiah assigns him. I'm finding angels as compelling as vampires, and my new book, Angel Time, will indeed be the first of a true series. The possibilities for Toby and Malchiah are wonderful fun. But there is a dark side to these books as well, the under current of evil that Toby must resist, and Toby's own evil past, which at times comes to threaten him. Will readers like this new series as much as they liked the Vampire Chronicles? I don't know. I know that I am enjoying writing it just as much, and perhaps that counts for something.
Therefore, my new book, Angel Time, is a metaphysical thriller that was released back in October of 2009. I suppose I'm out to prove that seraphim can be as interesting as vampires, though they have distinctly different intentions. Thanks for the space on your News Page, from Anne Rice.
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