Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Release Announcement: Wolves and Witches


WORLD WEAVER PRESS
ANNOUNCES NEW SHORT STORY COLLECTION
“WOLVES AND WITCHES”
BY AMANDA C. DAVIS AND MEGAN ENGELHARDT

TRADE PAPERBACK AND DIGITAL EDITION AVAILABLE
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19


World Weaver Press (Eileen Wiedbrauk, Editor-in-Chief) has announced Wolves and Witches, a short story collection by sisters Amanda C. Davis andMegan Engelhardt, will be released in trade paperback and ebook on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.

Wiedbrauk commented, “Wolves and Witches is a collection of dark and wondrous stories that I couldn't read fast enough--like Red Riding Hood's wolf, in one sitting, I'd swallowed them whole.”

Witches have stories too. So do mermaids, millers' daughters, princes (charming or otherwise), even big bad wolves. They may be a bit darker--fewer enchanted ball gowns, more iron shoes. Happily-ever-after? Depends on who you ask. In Wolves and Witches, sisters Amanda C. Davis and Megan Engelhardt weave sixteen stories and poems out of familiar fairy tales, letting them show their teeth.

Wolves and Witches will be available in trade paperback and ebook via amazon.com,barnesandnoble.comkobo.com, and other online retailers. You can also find Wolves and Witches on Goodreads.

Amanda C. Davis is a combustion engineer who loves baking, gardening, and low-budget horror films. Her short fiction has appeared in Shock Totem, Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, and others. You can follow her on Twitter (@davisac1) or read more of her work at http://www.amandacdavis.com.

Megan Engelhardt is a lapsed librarian who lives in a crooked little house in northeast Ohio. She loves shows about Bigfoot. Her work has appeared in Daily Science Fiction, The Drabbelcast, and others. You can follow her on Twitter @MadMerryMeg or visit her website at www.megengelhardt.com.

World Weaver Press is a publisher of fantasy, paranormal, and science fiction, dedicated to producing quality works. As a small press, World Weaver seeks to publish books that engage the mind and ensnare the story-loving soul.

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