Chris Babu, author of The Initiation series on Permuted Press, was recently featured on a segment of CNN’s Turning Points. Get “The Initiation” now at http://amzn.com/1682615936 or wherever books are sold! Click here to watch Chris’s story!
Chris Babu’s debut novel, The Initiation is featured in the MIT’s oldest and largest newspaper, The Tech. Read the book’s full review here: https://thetech.com/2018/03/08/initiation-book-review
Permuted author Steve E. Asher recently visited WPSD Local 6 to share spine-chilling ghost stories from the “Castle on the Cumberland,” a maximum security and supermax prison constructed in the mid-1800s in western Kentucky. Asher described some of the paranormal entities he encountered while working as a correctional officer at the Kentucky State Penitentiary. Asher
Permuted Press’s sister imprint, Post Hill Press, recently enjoyed massive success from the pre-order launch of the debut book from US Navy SEAL, FBI Special Agent, Federal Air Marshal and Security Contractor Jonathan T. Gilliam entitled Sheep No More. The book soared to #11 overall moments after it went on pre-sale in late August. Jonathan brings his
Learn more about Time Shadows from the author herself! Check out bestselling Permuted Press author Deborah D. Moore’s new novel, Time Shadows, available now at http://amzn.to/2tueboP, with a print edition coming out in early 2018. Deborah sat down with us recently to discuss Time Shadows and what sets it apart from much of her other work. Permuted: Hi, Deborah. We’re
Thank You, George Romero By Dave Lund As most of you will probably know by now, George Romero, the man who defined the modern zombie, passed away and his legacy simply cannot be understated. If you’re one of the millions and millions of people who enjoy watching The Walking Dead, who enjoy reading zombie apocalypse
Rest in peace George Romero, as the rest of us never will again. By Neil Cohen George A. Romero is the father of a million nightmares. I was only two years old when Night of the Living Dead came out in theaters, and while I was already in the formative years of my future twisted
By J. Rudolph Walking past a crowded hotel bar in the middle of a horror convention, I spotted him. The famous glasses, the splash of gray hair, all gave away his identity. This man, a legend among us zombie fans, was no other than the George Romero, the father of zombies as the world came to understand
Does Deegie use “Real” Magic in The Complicated Life of Deegie Tibbs? By C.L. Hernandez Deegie the witch wields some weird, wonderful magic in my series, The Complicated Life of Deegie Tibbs. With a cry of “Gynecomastia!” she casts her Big Ol’ Boobs spell with comical results. The Don’t Talk to Me spell gets rid
Barbara, Bub, Peter, and the Zombie King By SP Durnin When asked to write a piece to honor Mr. George A. Romero, I couldn’t refuse. How could I? He was one of my heroes. The one who influenced me the most, despite of the fact that he created a reality where humanity had been overrun
A Podcast Interview with The Huffington Post Permuted Press author Patrick Duffy sits down with Huffington Post podcast Nostalgia Theater to discuss his career, memories of filming the science fiction series, and his book, Man From Atlantis released from Permuted Press in June 2016. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/zaki-hasan/nostalgia-theater-podcast_b_13176568.html
Permuted: Hi Dawn! Thanks for chatting with us. Let’s start at the very beginning, will you tell us a little bit about yourself, what books you’ve written, etc? Dawn: Thanks, it’s great to talk to you! I live on the south coast of the UK, and work full time in IT. When not working, I write
Permuted: Hi Brian! Thanks for chatting with us. Why don’t we start at the very beginning. Will you tell us a little bit about yourself, what books you’ve written, etc? Brian: Always a pleasure and thanks for inviting me. I’ve been writing pretty much since I was old enough to spell, and what began as a kid’s
By Dev Jarrett Desert People, Desert Ghosts On page 17 of Casualties, one of the main characters is learning about the area of southern Arizona where he and his family are new arrivals. He sees that the area is home to some famous boomtowns of the Wild West, including Tombstone (of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and
Permuted: Hey, Deborah! Thanks for chatting with us. How about we start at the beginning, and you can introduce yourself to our readers. Deborah: I’ve always found it difficult to talk about myself, so bear with me. I’m a mom to two incredible sons who are my best friends, and each one has gifted me with a
By Anthony Pryor These days, you can’t get away from HP Lovecraft or Robert E. Howard even if you want to. In bookstores, comic shops and convention dealer’s rooms you see them – lovingly restored editions of Howards’ tales, collections of Lovecraft-inspired fiction by a new generation of authors, graphic novels starring Conan the Barbarian,
Is it possible? By Brian Parker I’m not going to attempt to convince you that the proverbial zombie apocalypse can or can’t happen, that’s been debated by every fanboy and even legitimate science for years, if not decades. So let’s start with a statement of fact: Zombies, as depicted in popular fiction, don’t currently exist
Permuted Press: First things first: introduce yourselves! What books have you written, etc.? Rick Reeves: Well, my name is Rick Reeves and am a native of the great state of Texas: Fort Worth, actually. I am a USAF vet and after moving around all of the country and one stint in the U.K., I ended up
By Christian Smith Thanksgiving is a strange middle-child holiday, sadly lacking in both the horror-show cachet of big brother Halloween and the candy cane magic of little sister Christmas. Established as a day to express gratitude for one’s blessings—in remembrance of a historical event of dubious authenticity—Thanksgiving has devolved in recent years into a day
By Mark Campbell When it comes to zombie fiction, one thing that seems to elude people in the United States is just how quickly our modern society can fall apart. For being a county that tends to question and scrutinize every action our leaders do, we seem to place an overwhelming amount of faith in
INDIAN HILL by Mark Tufo A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step and for Michael Talbot that step is taken at Indian Hill with his best friend Paul Ginson by his side. Together they grow up, meet girls, and go off to college. And that’s where everything changes.
William Morris Endeavor Inks Agreement with Permuted Press for Film Rights to Novel Exit Zero William Morris Endeavor has entered into an agreement with Permuted Press to represent the film rights of the novel Exit Zero. Released in March 2015, Exit Zero blends the genres of horror, comedy and political conspiracy as it follows a group of characters fighting their way down New Jersey’s
Permuted: Hey, Jennifer. Thanks for answering some questions for us, and congratulations on the release of NEVER LET ME SLEEP on October 13th. To begin with, you’re not only a published author, you’re an accomplished editor and we recently heard you became the managing editor for our friends over at Evil Girlfriend Media. Can you tell us
By Toby Tate Large caliber weapons and prehistoric monsters have long been two of my favorite subjects. I guess that’s why I love reading (and writing) about them. While in high school I read Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost World, about a modern-day dinosaur-hunting expedition. Thunder lizards versus modern man and his machines? I was hooked.
By Dan Henk Legends and old wives tales hold a truth–but we’ve forgotten the chaos that lies behind them. Strange worlds and creatures lie all around us. Humanity was once a slave, and is still the prey of creatures no one dreamed existed. The universe is much darker and stranger than we can ever imagine.