Hailey Piper

Mega Mid-September Update

There’s much to address, but that’s because I’ve neglected the site over a busy week, so I have no one to blame but myself.  One thing at a time!

First, due to popular demand, my debut novella The Possession of Natalie Glasgow is now available in paperback!

Second, I did an interview over at Planet Scumm.  Dinosaurs, robots–it has it all! I’ll soon be adding a page for interviews and articles now that there are a couple of them.

Third, a recommendation. Each year, long-time horror editor Ellen Datlow releases a new entry in her Best Horror of the Year series.  Volume 11 collects her best picks of 2018, but she also has an online recommendations.  One of those stories is “The Man Upstairs,” published in Five on the Fifth back in November 2018.  So check it out; it’s recommended.

Last, Demain Publishing’s Short Sharp Shocks! series is about to get longer.  An Invitation to Darkness joins the ranks on September 27 as a standalone novelette.  It’s available for pre-order on Amazon.

 

“Reptile” in Planet Scumm #7

It’s been a long time coming, but the latest issue of Planet Scumm released today! It’s a magazine of incredible science fiction stories and beautiful art.  My story, “Reptile,” closes out the issue with sibling rivalry and the relentless march of time.

 

Get it on Planet Scumm or Amazon.

September titles

While August is right now a mystery, I know a couple of titles for September with stories by me and when they’re coming:

Planet Scumm #7: A Wrinkle in Slime is due out September 6, 2019 from Spark & Fizz Books. “Reptile” is the issue’s final story.

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Running Wild Anthology of Stories, Volume 3 is due out on Nook on September 29, 2019 and on Kindle and in paperback from Amazon and Barnes & Noble from Running Wild Press, and can be pre-ordered in all those forms. “Clara Came to St. Mary’s” will open the anthology.

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Keep an eye out for Monsters in Spaaaace! from Dragon’s Roost Press which is also due out September 2019.

The Possession of Natalie Glasgow

My debut novella, The Haunting of Natalie Glasgow, is getting a coat of fresh paint with a new title conjured up by wonderful Steve Stred and cover art by the fantastic Eddie Generous.

THE POSSESSION OF NATALIE GLASGOW is the same under the cover, so take these words to heart:

“This is hands down one of the most original possession tales I have read. Ever. Full stop.” – Steve Stred, Kendall Reviews

“A quick, frightening read that touches on the primal fear within us all.” – Val, Cats Luv Coffee

“Totally had me completely creeped out. ” – Lilyn, Sci-Fi & Scary