Happy Thanksgiving to our friends and followers in the US! Hope you have a wonderful day with family and/or friends.
Today, I’m pleased to share the Amazon release for the Horror Matsuri 2020 ebook! If you pre-ordered a copy (thank you!) it should now be available in your Kindle Library. Regarding non-Amazon sellers, the links should be available next week. (Sorry, I forgot about the office closures of Draft2Digital and some of the retailers for the Thanksgiving holiday, so the book hasn’t passed review there yet).
HORROR MATSURI 2020 (ANTHOLOGY)
In October 2020, Insignia Stories ran a month-long online event, Horror Matsuri*.
This ebook features the 5 flash stories and 5 poems that were published here on the Insignia Stories site throughout the month. These works will remain free to read online–this ebook is simply a digital copy for anyone who would like to download the collection.
A full calendar of the event and links to all content will remain on the Horror Matsuri 2020 page. Several authors also participated in Horror Matsuri as blog tour guests. I hope you’ll check out their stories as well!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
‘One Last Splash’ by Umiyuri Katsuyama & Toshiya Kamei (translator)
‘House #197, Argyll Road’ by Deborah Wong
‘Deception’ by Therese Choon
‘Night with the Batibat’ by Maggie D. Brace
‘I Should Be Asleep’ by Joyce Chng
‘Qingming; Clarity’ by Therese Choon
‘Spooky Yuki-onna’ by John H. Dromey
‘Eye for an Eye’ by Maggie D. Brace
‘Rubies & Gold’ by Kelly Matsuura
‘A Yōkai’s Haiku Halloween Abroad’ by John H. Dromey
(*’matsuri’ means ‘festival’ in Japanese).
Now available for Kindle:
Links for Apple, Barnes & Noble, and other retailers will be added to the Horror Matsuri 2020 anthology page next week (as they become available).
Also, a reminder that another special anthology, Insignia 2020: Best Asian Speculative Fiction will be taken out of Kindle Unlimited on November 30th. The book will then be added to non-Amazon retailers in early December.