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Saturday, October 25, 2014

More Military Horror with SNAFU: Wolves at the Door

Cohesion Press has launched the primer anthology series for Military Horror/Science Fiction.

The first book in the series was SNAFU, An Anthology of Military Horror. The book was a major success bringing stories from the best writers in the Horror/Action Adventure realm, including Jonathan Maberry, Weston Ochse, Greig Beck, and James A. Moore, as well as emerging writers who draw the reader in and hold suspense like the big writers. At 446 pages of packed adventure, this book is well worth the purchase.

A second anthology is being release soon titled SNAFU: Heroes, Editor Geoff Brown brings back writers like Maberry, Ochse and Moore, but also adds everyone's favor big Joseph Nassise of Templar Chronicles fame. This book weaves together an impressive collection of stories and novellas, each one can be read in a single session. A good buy of 50,000 words- equal to a novel- for $2.99.

Later this year Cohesion returns with SNAFU: Wolves at the Door. this book is expected to run 80,000 words and will include a novella by James M. Moore. A collection of chilling tales bringing warriors and werewolves into conflict. Not too far down the road we will see SNAFU II: Survival of the Fittest in which more big name writers and emerging scribes will come together in what is expected to be another bestselling collection.

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