Earthling Publications is now accepting pre-orders for Moontown by Peter Atkins. Description: Shelley Campbell only meant to help people. Recruited by her professor into working with a group-study program investigating phobias, Shelley has been using her ability as an empath to enter the minds of troubled patients. Within the dreamscape of their memories, Shelley uncovers their repressed childhood fears in order to help heal them. But some fears are buried for a reason. Now, more than lost dreams are resurfacing. Something else is waking too, something dark and long forgotten, something hungry for the taste of our terror … Shelley Campbell has gone too deep, has found the place where the darkness waits. A place ruled by the moon, a place where midnight lives, a place where every night is Halloween. A place called Moontown.
In addition, they’re accepting pre-orders for Christopher Conlon’s first novel, Midnight on Mourn Street. Description: Reed Waters is the sort of middle-aged man few people notice. He’s quiet, polite, solitary. He doesn’t call attention to himself. Ever. Reed Waters has a secret. Mauri Dyson is a teenaged runaway, impetuous and explosive. She lies, she steals, she prostitutes herself. Whatever it takes to survive. Mauri Dyson, too, has a secret. When Mauri bursts into Reed’s life one rain-soaked night she sets in motion a series of events that will spiral out of control, taking the two of them through tears and terror to the brink of madness … and a confrontation that will change them both forever.
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