Publishing … DYK

Happy Monday! It’s time for Did You Know. Did you know getting published by one of the major publishing houses does not guarantee advertisement and big sales? With the recent controversy over the sale of Simon & Schuster (one of the big 5) all over the news, a lot of truths about the publishing world … Continue reading Publishing … DYK

HoS Magazine Teaser

Happy Friday! The House of Stitched Magazine Halloween issue will be out soon, and we can hardly wait for you to see what we have for you. While we aren’t going to show it to you yet, we are proud to announce the cover art for the Halloween issue is done by J.K. Pevahouse. J.K. … Continue reading HoS Magazine Teaser

TBT Broken Birds

Happy Throwback Thursday. Three years ago in 2019, Stitched Smile Publications released Broken Birds by Peter Molnar. Will Bentley is an Iraq War veteran turned Pulitzer Prize winner after his military memoir, I Can Hear the Shi’ite Weeping, propels him to seemingly overnight literary stardom. But Will craves nothing more than a quiet, uneventful life spent with his … Continue reading TBT Broken Birds

Things Have Gotten Worse …

Happy Tuesday! Let’s look at another KillerCon Splatterpunk award winner. Today we look at the winner of Best Novella: Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke, by Eric LaRocca. Sadomasochism. Obsession. Death. A whirlpool of darkness churns at the heart of a macabre ballet between two lonely young women in an internet chat room … Continue reading Things Have Gotten Worse …

No Anesthetic

Happy Friday! What’s everyone reading? Today we look at another anthology, the recently released No Anesthetic II from Splatter Ink Publishing. This extreme horror anthology contains stories by House of Stitched’s own Thomas R. Clark and Eric Butler, stories from SSP published authors Desiree Byars and Mike Duke, a demented fairy tale by Christine Morgan, … Continue reading No Anesthetic

Where the Gods Sleep

Happy Throwback Thursday. In 2019, Stitched Smile Publications released the incredible cosmic horror novel Where the Gods Sleep by Mike Duke. From the author of "Low" and "Ashley's Tale" a new cosmic horror novel. We have made a grave error in vigilance, brothers. The dark comet has drawn near. The cultists have selected a vessel. … Continue reading Where the Gods Sleep

The Night Stockers

Happy Tuesday. Today we are looking at the KillerCon Splatterpunk Award for Best Novel: The Night Stockers by Ryan Harding and Kristopher Triana. Attention shoppers! The employees of the Freshway grocery store aren’t too happy about having to do an overnight shift, but they’re about to be even unhappier. Their rival store, Devil’s Food, is … Continue reading The Night Stockers