Women in Horror Month 2016 – Featured Author: Sumiko Saulson @sumikoska #WiHM7

Sumiko Saulson

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Sumiko Saulson a horror, sci-fi and dark fantasy writer. Her novels include “Solitude,” “Warmth”, and “Happiness and Other Diseases.” She is the author of the Young Adult horror novella series “The Moon Cried Blood”, and short story anthology “Things That Go Bump in My Head.” Born to African-American and Russian-Jewish parents, she is a native Californian, and has spent most of her adult life in the Bay Area. She is a horror blogger and journalist.

You can find Sumiko and her work in the following places:

www.SumikoSaulson.com – website/blog
 http://sumikosaulson.com/books/ – list of books on website
http://mochamemoirspress.com/products/horror/ – Mocha Memoirs (publisher – Ashes and Coffee)
https://iconoclastproductions.wordpress.com/ – Iconoclast Productions (publisher – 60 Black Women)

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Featured Books:

SumikoSaulson_HappinessAndOtherDiseasesHappiness & Other Diseases

Flynn Keahi has had a rough year. His nightmares are starting to manifest in reality, but no one believes him. Terrifying creatures are trying to cross out of dreams into the physical realm. Only Flynn can stop them – but doing so might cost him his life. Complicating matters further, one of these creatures cannot help wanting him — in every forbidden way. Will she be able to save him from his fate? Can she even protect him from herself?

Available on Amazon


Warmth

SumikoSaulson_Warmth“I hate the dead. They have no self-control” – Sera. She is ghula – one of the extremely long-lived though not immortal flesh eaters whose lives can end in only one way – in resurrection as a hungry, ambulatory corpse who will spend the short days of its unlife rotting, eating, and infecting as many as possible. Sera compares her life to a dark comedy – trapped with an unwanted pregnancy for the past 600 years, constantly afraid that the fetus will die and go zombie in-utero, always cold and constantly running a fever like every other ghoul on the planet. Luckily, two things in life sustain her: her joy in hunting and destroying the Dead, and the constant seeking of comfort in warmth.

Available on Amazon


60 Black Women in Horror (free eBook)

SumikoSaulson_60BlackWomenInHorrorWritingFebruary is African American History Month here in the United States. It is also Women in Horror Month (WiHM). In 2013, as an Ambassador for Women in Horror Month. This list of black women who write horror was compiled at the intersection of the two. The booklet also includes interviews with nine of the women. The eBook version includes a bonus: an essay, and four short stories not found in the paperback.

The electronic (eBook) edition contains the following bonus materials: four short stories, and an essay, not found in the paperback.

Includes:
60 Black Women in Horror; Interview with Linda Addison, Interview with Darlene Black, Interview with Valjeanne Jeffers, Interview with Jemiah Jefferson, Interview with Briana Lawrence, Interview with Nnedi Okorafor, Interview with A.L. Peck, Interview with Eden Royce, Interview with Sumiko Saulson

Available on Smashwords

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About Nina D'Arcangela

Nina D’Arcangela is a quirky horror writer who likes to spin soul rending snippets of despair. She reads anything from splatter matter to dark matter. She's an UrbEx adventurer who suffers from unquenchable wanderlust. She loves to photograph abandoned places, bits of decay and old graveyards. Nina is co-owner of Sirens Call Publications, co-founder of the horror writer's group 'Pen of the Damned', and if that isn't enough, put a check mark in the box next to owner and resident nut-job of Dark Angel Photography.
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