King Death by Paul Finch: the first reviews

Yes, the new Spectral chapbook, King Death by Paul Finch (which isn’t due out until December), has already received its first couple of write-ups. The first of those is from Mark West (who, I will declare, is responsible for the Spectral Press video book trailers and the author of What Gets Left Behind [Spectral Volume VII]) gave the Paul’s tale a little write-up at Goodreads – read what he had to say about it here.

Peter Tennant, in the latest issue of Black Static (#25), also gives the chapbook a general thumbs-up, calling it a “… well-told tale…”. If you want to see what else Peter has to say about it, then you’ll have to go out and track down a copy. It’s always well worth getting hold of this magazine, as it always has a brilliant selection of fiction, articles, interviews and columns in every issue. The website is here.

NOTE: Official review PDFs will be available for media distribution next month sometime – subscriber and individual copies will be sent out soon after that….

COMING SOON: SPECTRAL PRESS BOOKMARKERS!! If you would like one (they’re free) please let me know either by commenting on this blog, on the Spectral FB page or via email on spectralpress[AT]gmail[DOT]com. They will be available within the next month or two.

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