Books of the Dead Press

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Books of the Dead Press has become one of the most successful small press companies in the horror genre, a leader in the ebook revolution, and an innovator in digital marketing. It was founded by James Roy Daley and was established in December of 2009. Within its first 18 months Books of the Dead published 15 titles, including work by New York Times bestselling authors such as Tim Lebbon and Jonathan Maberry. The press also published award winning writers such as Tim Waggoner, Michael Laimo, Ray Garton, Jeff Strand, Nancy Kilpatrick, Paul Kane, Joe McKinney, Simon Wood, Kim Paffenroth, Gary McMahon, John Everson, and Mort Castle. The company recently re-released Gary Brandner’s famous The Howling Trilogy, and its first book, 'Best New Zombie Tales Volume One', is one of the best selling zombie anthologies on the market today.

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Why zombies?
Now there’s a question with some wiggle room. Why Zombies, huh? If you’re wondering why I happen to be drawn to the shuffling dead at this point in my life, I’m not sure I have an answer. But I might know why people are attracted to them. Now, I mean. Why people are attracted to them now. Answer is… because it’s time.

Zombie culture is like punk rock. Let me explain––

Back in the fifties big money, meaning Hollywood, was on a horror kick. It seemed like every third movie in production was designed to scare the pants off the viewer. Mainstream audiences lapped it up. Hollywood churned out sci-fi thrillers like The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951), The Thing from Another World (1951), Forbidden Planet (1956), and War of the Worlds (1953). They gave us monster movies like 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954), Them (1954), The Blob (1958), and The Fly (1958). They coughed up mysteries like Dial M for Murder (1954) and thrillers like To Catch a Thief (1955). They gave us the classics Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) and Vertigo (1958). The fifties even showcased the one and only Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959). And this list of mine doesn’t even scratch the surface of what was being made. There was The Creature from the Black Lagoon, House of Wax, Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, Tarantula––the list goes on and on and on. But here’s something to chew on––guess what wasn’t happening in the 1950s: the zombie film.

Okay, so… if you want to point a finger at Voodoo Island, The Zombies of Mora Tau, and a few other rarities, you do that. But zombies weren’t happening. Not in a big way. And in the sixties they still weren’t happening. Sure, a handful of films trickled through the door, like Zombies (1964), Plague of the Zombies (1966), and Cemetery of the Living Dead (1965). It should also be noted that in 1968 George Romero dropped Night of the Living ‘You Know What,’ but still... we’re looking back in time through rose colored glasses. Night of the Living Dead was an indie-film. It had a budget of $114,000 and had a hard time finding distribution. Big money wasn’t thinking zombies. Nobody was. In the 1970s, nothing changed. In the 1980s, again, nothing changed. Vampire films outnumbered zombie films 100 to 1. If you want to drop names like Lucio Fulci, Brian Yuzna, Sam Raimi (and whoever else you got tucked away in your bag of zombie tricks) go ahead. Doesn’t change anything. Bottom line is this: zombie films didn’t take off like other films… and zombie literature? Forget about it. You’re reading stories from a near-empty book shelf.

I’m hearing cursing and yelling, I’m seeing fists rising and feet stomping, I’m feeling anger and resentment, and I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking: Wait a minute, you stupid idiot! Have you somehow forgotten Dawn of the frickin’ Dead?

First of all, Dawn of the Dead was released in 1978, near the end of the greatest decade that film had ever seen. Much like Night of the Living Dead, it was a low-budget film, being created for roughly $500,000 dollars. Not to suggest the film was lost in the shuffle of life. It wasn’t. The film earned some fans and did well at the box office, but in the bigger scheme of things it was quite simply one of many successes. The biggest horror movies of the decade were Jaws (1975), which was the biggest film of all time and brought in close to a half billion dollars, Jaws 2, (1978), at 209 million dollars, and The Exorcist (1973), at 357 million dollars. With Dawn eventually taking in a respectable 55 million, it was buried by films like Star Wars (1977), Rocky (1976), and The Godfather (1972). And the films people were spending their money on in 1978 were Grease, Superman, and Animal House––in that order. Point is, there was so much going on in the 1970s that zombies were not the hot topic, nor should they have been. If we fast-forward to 1985 we can contemplate Day of the Dead, but with its budget a mere 3.5 million, and it being considerably less successful at the box office than Dawn, once again, zombies didn’t take off. Not yet.
New question: if the biggest, most awesomely important zombie films of all time weren’t that big, how did we get here?
Let's go back to the punk rock thing.

Sure, The Sex Pistols blew up. But in general, punk rock doesn’t ‘blow up.’ The Misfits didn’t blow up. The Ramones didn’t blow up. The Stooges didn’t blow up. They––like a fine wine––became more appreciated with age. In time, some punk bands gain an ever-expanding, hardcore following. Zombie films are like punk. They might even be punk. They gain new followers generation to generation. But there’s a flipside to gaining popularity exponentially. When enough time passes, and punk-like things become too popular, they become mainstream, which is, almost by definition, the opposite of punk. Its hard to believe that on a day like today I can walk into my local mall and buy t-shirts, stickers, and posters, for the same bands that needed to be special ordered when they were trying to get noticed. But that’s the way it is with punk. And that’s the way it is with zombies. The odds of buying a Night of the Living Dead t-shirt back in 1968 weren’t good. In fact, you couldn’t find a t-shirt no matter how hard you looked. But today? Oh yeah. Every major chain carries a whole rack of them.

Zombies are creepers. Always have been. And they’ve crept right into the mainstream. You can find them in aisle three, wedged between American Idol and Harry Potter, on the same shelf as Iggy Pop and The Cramps.

Going back to the original question, why zombies?

The answer is easy: because in today’s world, zombies are mainstream. Sorry kids but its true. Enough time has passed, and that’s why they’re so popular.
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The Bell Witch
By John F.D. Taff
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 95,910. Language: English. Published: August 6, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
(5.00)
A historical horror novel/ghost story based on what is perhaps the most well-documented poltergeist case to occur in the United States. The Bell Witch is, at once, a historical novel, a ghost story, a horror story and a love story all rolled into one. “An outstanding read by one of my favorite horror writers of all time.” ~ Rhiannon Elizabeth Irons, TrulyDisturbing.com
Little Deaths
By John F.D. Taff
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 84,660. Language: English. Published: May 24, 2012 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
You think you’ve got bad dreams? Consider John F.D. Taff’s nightmares. Named #1 Horror Collection of 2012 by Horror Talk: “A treat for fans of horror. Taff’s prose is tight but malleable, changing its nature to adapt to every story." Named top 5 books of 2012 by AndyErupts: "The tales contained therein are unique and don’t rely on horror archetypes."
Led to the Slaughter: The Donner Party Werewolves
By Duncan McGeary
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 77,600. Language: English. Published: February 19, 2014 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
(5.00)
Trapped in the Sierra Nevada without food, The Donner Party are led to the slaughter. After being manipulated and coerced into a string of bad decisions, the travelers, frozen and abandoned, find themselves unable to go forward or back, and are preyed upon by werewolves in their midst––the very people they thought were friends. A tale of resilience, horror, and betrayal.
Pain Cages
By Paul Kane
Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 86,970. Language: English. Published: August 13, 2011 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Paul Kane’s writing has style and elegance; a first rate storyteller. - Clive Barker. I can see a little through my right eye; there isn’t a lot of light, but I see metal bars in front of me. A glimpse of the cages on either side: a man, no more than forty, cowering in the corner. A woman is transfixed by something right in front of her. I follow her gaze, and wish I hadn’t…
10 Minutes From Home: Episodes 5-8
By Bill Howard
Series: 10 Minutes From Home, Book 10. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 41,840. Language: English. Published: March 22, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
When a viral outbreak hits Toronto, Denny Collins and his best friend Thom Washington find themselves trapped over 100 km from Denny’s home in a town called Pontypool, where his wife and daughter remain. As the streets begin to teem with violence, they must first find safety, then find a way out of the now deadly metropolis.
Mountain Home
By Bracken MacLeod
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 58,110. Language: English. Published: June 1, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Lyn works at an isolated roadside diner. When a retired combat veteran stages an assault there her world is turned upside down. Surviving the sniper’s bullets is only the beginning of Lyn's nightmare. Navigating hostilities, she establishes herself as the disputed leader of a diverse group of people that are at odds with the situation and each other. Will she - or anyone else - survive the attack?
Running Home
By Julie Hutchings
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 78,840. Language: English. Published: August 8, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Death hovers around Ellie Morgan like the friend nobody wants. She doesn’t belong in snow-swept Ossipee, New Hampshire, at a black tie party––but that is where she is, and where he is: Nicholas French, the man who mystifies her with a feeling of home she’s been missing, and the impossible knowledge of her troubled soul.
Berserk
By Tim Lebbon
Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 89,020. Language: English. Published: July 10, 2012 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
From New York Times Bestselling author Tim Lebbon comes BERSERK! On a dark night, in a deserted field, Tom unearths the mass grave where he hopes - and fears - that he will find his son's remains. He finds madness: corpses in chains and dead bodies that move, grasp and clutch. And one little girl, dead and rotting, who promises to help Tom find what he's looking for...
The Dead Parade
By James Roy Daley
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 78,580. Language: English. Published: May 10, 2011 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
From the author of Terror Town, Into Hell, and 13 Drops of Blood, comes James Roy Daley’s debut novel ~ The Dead Parade ~ A whirlwind of blood and violence, taking the reader down an insane path of carnage. It offers no sympathy. It takes no prisoners. It obliterates anything that might translate into hope... Extended Version.
Husk
By Matt Hults
Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 108,890. Language: English. Published: January 14, 2011 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
“Matt Hults delivers a crackling, creepy tale. A fast-paced read with a generous body count, ‘Husk’ will make your skin crawl.” —Scott Nicholson, Bestselling author of They Hunger ----- “Suspenseful and gruesome, with just the right leavening of hopefulness and nod-wink humor.” —Dr. Kim Paffenroth, Bram Stoker Award Winner for Dying to Live.
The Howling Trilogy
By Gary Brandner
Series: The Howling, Book 4. Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 183,070. Language: English. Published: August 6, 2012 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
“If you haven’t read Gary Brandner, you’re missing a treat.” ~ STEPHEN KING Three great books... one low price! The Howling - The Howling II - The Howling III
Into Hell
By James Roy Daley
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 86,700. Language: English. Published: April 2, 2011 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Welcome to King’s Diner, the gateway to eternal suffering. Carrie enters the restaurant while Stephenie has her hands full at the gas pump. But the pump isn’t working, and the attendant is nowhere to be found. So she steps inside the restaurant... ...and discovers a slaughterhouse. The customers are dead. The staff are dead too. Worse still... Carrie is gone.
Terror Town
By James Roy Daley
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 105,710. Language: English. Published: December 21, 2010 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
(5.00)
Killer on the warpath. Monsters on the street. Vampires in the night. Zombies on the hunt. Welcome to Terror Town, the place where no one is safe. Nothing is sacred. All will die. All will suffer. From the mind of James Roy Daley, author of The Dead Parade, comes one of the most brutally violent horror stories ever written.
Everyman
By Justin Robinson
Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 93,680. Language: English. Published: June 21, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Ian Covey is a doppelganger. A mimic. A shapeshifter. He can replace anyone he wants by becoming a perfect copy; taking the victim’s face, his home, his family. His life. No longer a man, but a hungry void, Ian Covey is a monster. Virtue has a veil, a mask, and evil a thousand faces.
Best New Werewolf Tales (Vol. 1)
By Carolina Smart
Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 88,770. Language: English. Published: July 10, 2012 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
(4.00)
Want the Greatest Werewolf Stories Ever Written? From the people that brought you the Best New Zombie Tales, and the Best New Vampire Tales comes... BEST NEW WEREWOLF TALES (Vol. 1) Includes Jonathan Maberry, John Everson, James Roy Daley, Michael Laimo, James Newman, and more!
The Howling II
By Gary Brandner
Series: The Howling, Book 2. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 58,010. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2011 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
If you haven’t read Gary Brandner you’re missing a treat. ~ Stephen King. For Karyn it was the howling. The howling that had heralded the nightmare in Drago, the nightmare that had joined her husband Roy to the she-wolf Marcia and should have ended forever with the fire. But it hadn’t. Roy and Marcia were still alive, and deadly, And thirsty for the most horrifying vengeance imaginable…
The Howling III
By Gary Brandner
Series: The Howling, Book 3. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 73,160. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2011 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
If you haven’t read Gary Brandner, you’re missing a treat. ~ Stephen King. They are man. And they are beast. Once again they stalk the night, eyes aflame, teeth flashing in vengeance. Malcolm is the young one. He must choose between the familiar way of the human and the seductive howling of the wolf. Those who share his blood want to make him one of them. Those who fear him want him dead.
On the Lips of Children
By Mark Matthews
Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 62,830. Language: English. Published: June 4, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Meet Macon. Tattoo artist. Athlete. Family man. He's planning to run a marathon, but the event becomes something terrible. During a warm-up run, Macon falls prey to a bizarre man and his wife who dwell in an underground drug-smuggling tunnel. They raise their twin children in a way Macon couldn't imagine: skinning unexpecting victims for food and money. And Macon, and his family, are next.
Best New Zombie Tales Trilogy (Vol. 1, 2 & 3)
By James Roy Daley
Series: Best New Zombie Tales, Book 4. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 289,520. Language: English. Published: August 23, 2012 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Want the Greatest Zombie Stories Ever Written? BEST NEW ZOMBIE TALES TRILOGY (Vol. 1, 2 & 3) - Three great books - One low price! - Includes Amazing Fiction by: WHC Grand Master Award Winner, Ray Garton - New York Times Best Seller, Jonathan Maberry - New York Times Bestselling Author, Tim Lebbon - Bram Stoker Award Winner, Kim Paffenroth - and more!
Badass Zombie Road Trip
By Tonia Brown
Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 92,320. Language: English. Published: June 30, 2012 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Jonah has seven days to find his best friend’s soul, or lose his own, dragging a zombie across the country with a stripper who has an agenda of her own, while being pursued for a crime he didn’t commit... ...and dealing with Satan. * * * 2,000 miles. Seven days. Two souls. One zombie. Satan.
Discoredia
By J.C. Michael
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 91,640. Language: English. Published: September 16, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
As the year draws to a close a mysterious stranger makes a proposition to club owner, Warren Charlton. It's a deal involving a brand new drug called Pandemonium. The good news: the drug is free. The bad news: it comes at a heavy price, promising much but delivering far more. Euphoria and ecstasy. Death and depravity. All come together, at Discoredia.
A Life of Death: 5
By Weston Kincade
Series: A Life of Death, Book 5. Price: Free! Words: 12,750. Language: English. Published: September 3, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
(5.00)
Alcohol claims another life close to home. Alex and Paige set out to discover the truth, but who would believe a troubled teenager who claims to have visions? The search for proof and the identity of the culprit may lead to unexpected answers.
A Life of Death: 6
By Weston Kincade
Series: A Life of Death, Book 6. Price: Free! Words: 13,010. Language: English. Published: September 17, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Taking a stand for those who can’t speak for themselves, Alex comes to the rescue of his loved ones. But is he too late? Can he live with the unfair price demanded? Is there even a choice? Life’s lessons are made clear, but more mysteries present themselves.
Best New Zombie Tales (Vol. 1)
By James Roy Daley
Series: Best New Zombie Tales, Book 1. Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 102,950. Language: English. Published: April 23, 2010 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
(3.00)
Want the Greatest Zombie Stories Ever Written? BEST NEW ZOMBIE TALES Vol. 1 Includes Amazing Fiction by Ray Garton, Matt Hults, Jessica Brown, Kealan Patrick Burke, Jeff Strand, Robert Swartwood, Gary McMahon, Harry Shannon, Gord Rollo, Brian Knight, Simon McCaffery, John Grover, John L French, Kim Paffenroth, Charles Black, Jonathan Maberry, Steve Wedel, Bev Vincent and more...
A Life of Death: 1 - 4
By Weston Kincade
Series: A Life of Death, Book 13. Price: Free! Words: 45,510. Language: English. Published: September 11, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Homicide detective Alex Drummond is confronted with the past through his son’s innocent question. Alex’s tale of his troubled senior year unfolds revealing loss, abuse, and mysterious visions of murder and demonic children. Is he going insane? With the help of his close friend Paige Kurtley, Alex must find the source of his misfortune.
A Life of Death: 7
By Weston Kincade
Series: A Life of Death, Book 7. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 14,450. Language: English. Published: October 6, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Detective Drummond traces his steps in the years since his childhood, but a mysterious serial killer who evaded the police for over fifteen years is still on the loose, annually performing ritual sacrifices and burning the victims. Alex’s skills at reliving the brutal murders are put to the test when so little is left of the victims.
A Life of Death: 9
By Weston Kincade
Series: A Life of Death, Book 9. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 12,520. Language: English. Published: December 15, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Struggling to hold onto his suspicions of Irene Harris, Alex heads to the DC Metropolitan Police Department. There, his suspicions are finally put to rest, and Alex is forced to start his search again. Turning back to the evidence from past ritual murders, Jamie and Alex make an appointment to speak with Egyptologists in George Washington University’s Archeology department.
10 Minutes From Home: Episodes 1-4
By Bill Howard
Series: 10 Minutes From Home, Book 9. Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 42,910. Language: English. Published: February 26, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
When a viral outbreak hits Toronto, Denny Collins and his best friend Thom Washington find themselves trapped over 100 km from Denny’s home in a town called Pontypool, where his wife and daughter remain. As the streets begin to teem with violence, they must first find safety, then find a way out of the now deadly metropolis.
Authors & Publishers Must Die!
By James Roy Daley
Price: Free! Words: 17,010. Language: English. Published: October 7, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Nonfiction
(5.00)
From the mouth of an author, and a publisher: Authors and Publishers Must Die! is filled to the rim with straightforward MUST READ advice for the author in your life… with no punches pulled!
10 Minutes From Home: Episode 5
By Bill Howard
Series: 10 Minutes From Home, Book 5. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 9,320. Language: English. Published: March 15, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
After securing the survivors from the Bramford Apartments, Denny heads off on his own to make up some time on his journey home. After meeting up with a new acquaintance the travelers come across a unique place that sheds more light on the extent of the infection.
A Life of Death: 12
By Weston Kincade
Series: A Life of Death, Book 12. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 15,460. Language: English. Published: February 4, 2014 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
With Jessie in the hospital, Alex realizes he has changed Shelley’s target. Now Paige and Jamie’s lives are at risk. Unable to reach them, he must rush home. Shelley’s motivations are still in question, and where she might have taken the Drummond family remain to be seen, but the minutes until November 21st are ticking away. Will Alex and his partner make it in time to save them both?
10 Minutes From Home: Episode 6
By Bill Howard
Series: 10 Minutes From Home, Book 6. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,430. Language: English. Published: March 7, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
After escaping the horrors of the zoo and reuniting with Thom and Clive, the newly formed group continues their journey. A family with a very unique situation is encountered and Thom faces a reality that may test his sanity even further.
A Life of Death: 5 - 8
By Weston Kincade
Series: A Life of Death, Book 14. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 47,740. Language: English. Published: November 13, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Detective Drummond traces his steps in the years since his childhood, but a mysterious serial killer who evaded the police for over fifteen years is still on the loose, annually performing ritual sacrifices and burning the victims. Alex’s skills at reliving the brutal murders are put to the test when so little is left of the victims.
10 Minutes From Home: Episode 8
By Bill Howard
Series: 10 Minutes From Home, Book 8. Price: $1.09 USD. Words: 11,010. Language: English. Published: March 20, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
After making a horrifying discovery, Denny faces an uncertain future. With the military closing in and infected swarming the countryside, Denny reaches the end of one journey and the possibility of the beginning of another, if he survives at all.
Zombie Kong - Anthology
By James Roy Daley
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 70,870. Language: English. Published: July 10, 2012 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
Zombies are bad, but ZOMBIE KONG is worse. Way worse. Big. Bad. Heavy. Hungry. From James Roy Daley, the man that brought you the highly successful BEST NEW ZOMBIE TALES series, comes the most original zombie anthology of all time. In the jungles, in the arctic, in the cities, in the towns -- Zombie Kong rules them all. All other zombies must bow to their god... ZOMBIE KONG!
10 Minutes From Home: Episode 7
By Bill Howard
Series: 10 Minutes From Home, Book 7. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,380. Language: English. Published: March 15, 2013 by Books of the Dead Press. Category: Fiction
The journey gets bloodier as the group runs into hordes of the infected in a suburban neighborhood. Thom must make some drastic decisions when the survivors encounter a military camp. But does the camp provide safety, or just another hurdle delaying Denny’s expedition home?


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