Intriguing title, don’t you agree?
This little miracle is not mine, however.
For the first time, I have published an English story for another Danish writer.
Lene Rannva Saltoft writes fantasy/Gothic horror, and she does it so well that I knew immediately that I had to publish her books. So well, that I feel a little bit envious – because I am the one who is used to receiving praise for my command of the English language.
The story is available from Amazon for $ 0.99 only, but please tell me if you want a review copy – or if you know of reviewers who would appreciate this little horror gem!
THE MAD GIRLS OF ANGEL MAKER LAKE
A revival of the Gothic Horror story and a prequel to Rannva Saltoft’s Scandinavian debut novel, “Killing Birch” (to be published in November).
Meet the mad twins, Lily and Ivy, bound for the Asylum after a ghastly encounter with a suitor, but a dark man follows them while they are traveling through “Murder Forest”. Will they get there alive?
The short story offers a brilliant opportunity to get acquainted with the main characters of “Killing Birch”, cranky old Mrs. Kofoed and her rescue children Jenny and Birch. Besides, it is a treat for any reader with a crush on the Victorian age.
Thank you so much to old and new friends for sharing the news on twitter! It means so much to me that I have reliable and generous friends who remember me after so long time!
This sounds like a very promising duo of tales, even if fantasy is not my usual genre. I’m intrigued by the Gothic Horror aspect and the blurbs of both sound fascinating.
I’m not sure I’m up to the time constraints regarding a review copy this late in the year, so I’m off now to purchase the short story and feel sure I’ll be interested in purchasing the novel, as well. Besides… you know I like supporting up and coming new authors. 🙂
I trust you’ll keep us posted as to when the novel will be available.
Yes, I DO know you like supporting new authors – and I know I can always count on you to support me!
I’ll certainly remember to tell you about the novel, and I think I may also have a novella of my own out there before Christmas.
Dorte, thanks for spotlighting Lene Rannva Saltoft’s story. I have read early Gothic horror and this is a good time to read some contemporary stories in the genre. I’m off to pick it up.
Thank you so much, Prashant!
I hope you are going to enjoy it!