We are in the midst of our week-long release party for all 13 new books in the Stitched Smile Publications catalog! We'd love for you to join us. We have prizes and giveaways, including a KINDLE FIRE loaded with every title from our catalog-even some not yet released! (US Citizens only, outside of the United … Continue reading Did someone say party?
Unedited, uncensored, unsettling… The more astute amongst you will have noticed that this Stitched Saturday is a little unorthodox in that; It's not Saturday, and it's also a little late. However, as the Keeper of the Unholy Grimoire of Stitched Saturday, I bear full responsibility and you can rest assured that, as punishment, Lisa will … Continue reading Stitched Saturday – April
Wow! We're finally here! SSP Magazine is finally available! If you're type of person that loves to crack open a cover of a new publication and breathe in the fresh scent of new ink (and enjoys nuzzling it, holding it close, stroking its beautiful pages and espousing your love...) then the print version is … Continue reading Look! It’s moving. It’s alive. It’s alive… It’s alive! Stitched Smile Publications Magazine is officially released!
(adopts best John Kassir Crypt Keeper Voice) Happy Halloween, Stitchers! Here's hoping you're having an excellent one so far. To assist with the spookiness of this hallowed evening, we've got a pumpkin-full of treats for you. We begin the festivities with Halloween on Charleston Street by Nick Paschall, followed by He Came Home by Briana Robertson. … Continue reading Stitched Halloween
Welcome, Horror fans, to another Stitched Saturday. Hope your Friday the 13th was luckier than usual, and that you managed to take part in some of the Stitched Smile fun from yesterday - if you missed it, worry not - you can recap from this blog. There are all manner of free bits of fiction … Continue reading Stitched Saturday
And this is how the world ends - not with a bang or with a whimper, but with some finely crafted pieces of Armageddon-tinged short fiction. The challenge set a fortnight ago was to write a short story (with the theme of "The Apocalypse") but it had to be two hundred words or less... The … Continue reading Stitched Saturday – Apocalypse: Now!