We are excited to reveal the cover for Mark Matthews’, author of On the Lips of Children, latest supernatural horror ‘Milk-Blood’. Not only are we revealing the cover and synopsis, there is also a chance to win a reader’s advanced copy on Goodreads as well as to download a short story that features one of the characters of Milk-Blood for FREE on Amazon. Please scroll down for more info. Enjoy! 🙂 Caroline and Tina
MILK-BLOOD is scheduled for release in both digital and paperback on July 7th from Mark Matthews, author of On the Lips of Children. MILK-BLOOD is a tale of Urban Horror based on a true setting, and is what happens when a social worker and writer visit the inner city of Detroit.
“Milk-Blood is a discomforting story of real inner city horrors, told by characters so real they pop off the page. Add the supernatural mix to the story and it really grabs you by the throat. Very much recommended!” ~ John F.D. Taff, author of Little Deaths and The Bell Witch
The cover design is by Kealan Patrick Burke from Elderlemon Design, and the editor is Richard Thomas from Dark House Press.
What is it about?
Lilly is ten years old, born with a heart defect, and already addicted to heroin. Her mother is gone from her life, and there are rumors that she was killed by her father and buried near the abandoned house across the street. The house intrigues her, she can’t stay away, and the monstrous homeless man who lives there has been trying to get Lilly to come inside.
For her mother is there, buried in the back, and this homeless man is Lilly’s true father, and both want their daughter back.
Advance review copies are available as a giveaway on Goodreads right now. Win a copy and add it to your To Be Read list: MILK-BLOOD.
A short story that features one of the characters from MILK-BOOD, The Damage Done is completely FREE on Amazon. Check it out here.
Follow the author on twitter: @matthews_mark
Or his blog here: www.markmatthewsauthor.com
The story you are about to read is entirely true. I know there was a disclaimer that called this a piece of fiction and that any resemblance to an actual person, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. It has to say that. So now if you are damaged while reading the story, I am no longer liable.