Cerberus Howls

august 10th is a big deal for the boys in Cerberus, the universe aligned and we each have a new book coming out and we ready our second collection, Cerberus Exploitation: A Grindhouse Triple Feature. our first book, Cerberus Rising, has been nominated for two Splatterpunk awards to be decided at the end of August for best Collection and best short story (An Incident at Barrow Farm)

but for our solo releases, Chris Miller has his first collection of short stories coming, Shattered Skies. his sweet spot is suspense, but this book will take you all over the spectrum. there is something for everyone here and shows his range isn’t just suspense or horror. it includes Neon Sky, a novelette he and i wrote together, which is one of my favorite stories of the year.

next up is PC3, who is in his element with his release, 5 Tales of Tantalizing Terror. if you have never read 3, this is a perfect place to start. i can say with no exaggerating, two of my top ten favorite short stories were penned by this man, and i am awed at his ability to effortlessly draw me in. i sometimes hate him for it. which is as big of sign of respect as i can imagine.

lastly, (un)requited, a collection of poetry by me, the fool. this is the best collection so far by my estimation. but ultimately, that isn’t for me to decide. the cover by my daughter is amazing and fills my heart to bursting with joy in her art.

so August 10th is a celebration of three friends turned collective, showing even when we are separate, we are still one beast. we are Cerberus. world domination is not a catch phrase. it is a promise. join us.

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