The Snake’s Song- Release Day!

Today we’re excited to announce the release of the sixth book in the Labyrinth of Souls fiction project: The Snake’s Song by Mary E. Lowd.  Each book is a stand-alone story, united by the theme of a journey into the labyrinth. This story takes us on a thrilling new adventure into the world of Furry…

Free Short Story

If you enjoyed my novella Symphony of Ruin, or are Symphony of Ruin curious, I wanted to let you know that I’ve released a short story on Amazon starring Remy the Rat Boy and Master Marek.  The story will be free until 2/24. I wrote this story a few years back, and it’s always been…

The Door of Tireless Pursuit ~ Release Day!

ShadowSpinners Press is thrilled to announce the release of The Door of Tireless Pursuit by Stephen T. Vessels.   The Door of Tireless Pursuit is the fifth book in the Labyrinth of Souls fiction series. Each book is a stand-alone story, linked by the concept of a journey into the labyrinth. Continue reading for an…

Littlest Death ~ Release Day!

ShadowSpinners Press is very excited to announce the release of Littlest Death by Eric Witchey, the fourth book in the Labyrinth of Souls fiction series.  Each book is a stand-alone story, uniquely weird, originally thought-provoking and likely to take you to depths you’ve never been to before. Read on for an exclusive excerpt!    …

Release Day: Benediction Denied is now available!

At last, the Labyrinth of Souls fiction project is officially launched!  Benediction Denied is the first in a series of stand alone novellas inspired by the Dungeon Solitaire game created by Matt Lowes and the art work of Josephe Vandel.  Benediction Denied by veteran horror writer Elizabeth Engstrom will take you on a wild journey…

Release Day!

It’s official- ShadowSpinners: A Collection of Dark Tales, is now available on Amazon in both print and ebook versions.  Just in time to get in the mood for All Hallow’s Eve! We’ll be getting it up on all the other sites soon, but you know Amazon is the monster king for a reason.  Anyway, I…