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About Janine Pipe
Trading in a police badge, Janine is now a full-time Splatterpunk Award nominated writer, whilst also being a mum, wife and Disney addict. Influenced by the works of King from a young age, she likes to shock readers with violence and scare them with monsters - both mythical and man-made.
Coming 2022 SAUSAGES - The Making of Dog Soldiers.
You'll likely find her devouring work by Glenn Rolfe, Hunter Shea and Tim Meyer or watching Neil Marshall movies.
Her biggest fans are her hubby and daughter.
Follow her on Twitter https://twitter.com/janinepipe28
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Titles By Janine Pipe
Now, dear reader, you seem to have stumbled upon it.
And you have opened it.
You must reap what you have sown.
Come, step into the pages. See firsthand what hell is capable of.
Of course, just know, you won’t last long enough to scream.
Includes a foreword from genre icon Joe Dante and afterword from legendary director John Landis.
“Janine Pipe’s Sausages: The Making of Dog Soldiers pulls off the impossible: it manages to capture the raucous, brawling energy of my favorite werewolf film, it brings to light a treasure trove of new information, and it climbs inside the minds of everyone involved in this miracle of ingenuity and determination. Whether you’re a fan of Dog Soldiers, the horror genre, or true stories about people overcoming the odds to create something special, this book is essential reading. I loved every page of it and will be reading it again—right after I re-watch Neil Marshall’s wonderful movie.”
Jonathan Janz, Author of The Siren And The Specter and Children Of The Dark.
"Thank the movie gods for Janine Pipe for making this particular dream come true."
Neil Marshall - director of Dog Soldiers
"Sausages is not just a brilliant behind the scenes of the best werewolf movie of the 21st century, it's also a love letter to the horror movies that become part of our DNA. Janine Pipe is now an official member of the Dog Soldiers pack!"
Hunter Shea, author of Faithless and To The Devil, A Cryptid
21 women from across the world came together to evoke their inner Lizzie Borden and re-invent the slasher. Some embrace the tropes; others rip them to shreds. These powerful tales are provocative, contemporary and need to be told. Featuring own voices, you will discover the pen is mightier than the machete.
Serial killers, revenge, lust and even the supernatural are just some of the elements in SLASH-HER.
Like the authors, these stories are strong.
They are bloody and they pack a punch.
Are you ready?
“It's a book the horror community needs and deserves to have - a love story to us horror nerds and to our beloved horror genre.” Kelli Maroney – Chopping Mall
“It’s got the blood, it’s got the guts, it’s got the heart and it’s got truckloads of anger: here’s 21 stories for the slasher fan, all written by slasher fans.” Stephen Graham Jones – The Last Final Girl and My Heart is a Chainsaw
Blackberry Blood is the debut anthology from LGBTQA+ run publisher Snow-Capped Press, edited by Aiden Merchant (author of Sickness is in Season and Horrific Holidays) and Julia Lewis (Curiosity Bought the Book). It features a dark selection of short stories and poems from writers you need to know in the genre of emotional turmoil and horror. The cover art was done by the brilliant Gemma Amor (author of White Pines and Dear Laura), and the Foreword was written by Mother Horror herself, Sadie Hartmann.
Foreword by Sadie Hartmann
The Trunk by Scott Cole
Bird Brother by Tabatha Wood
My Abby by Kathleen Palm
Pumpkin Mom by Daniel Barnett
Soul to Keep by Emily Ruth Verona
Victor II by Marisca Pichette
What You Never Wanted by G. A. Link
Piece by Piece by Brennan LaFaro
Pests by Matthew Brady
Night Hunters by Julia Lewis
Though This Feelin' I Can't Change by Janine Pipe
The Greater Secrets of Carbocations by Arasibo Campeche
Occulta Gravis by Juleigh Howard-Hobson
Aftershock by Tabatha Wood
Dinner Guest by Jay Alexander
Sympathetic Cells by Matt Holder
IX by Marisca Pichette
Revive by Tabatha Wood
Fear of Myself by G. A. Link
The Ones In Between by Heinrich von Wolfcastle
Beyond Shadow by Benjamin Vandersluis
Pillow Thoughts by Julia Lewis
★ Plus interviews w/ Erica Robyn, Andrew Post, Daniel Barnett, and Jayson Robert Ducharme
Mature Rated: This anthology includes violence, language, grief, gore, paranoia, and more. The book's interior includes a detailed list of trigger warnings in the back. However, if you would like to know them prior to purchase, please send a request to email@example.com.
Insanity has me by the throat. I wish it’d squeeze a little harder.
They call me crazy, but who are they to judge? I’m not crazy. They are. I’ve tried to reason with them, but they won’t listen. Yet. One day, they will hear me, and one day, they’ll be sorry.
This is no way to live, being locked up like an animal. And I’m surrounded by lunatics. The scary girl in the corner who hears voices, the burly bald guy who lashes out with violent tendencies, the quiet redhead who lights fires, or the Rob Zombie look-alike that is rumored to have murdered his entire family. Is this real or one sick and twisted nightmare I can’t wake up from?
Institutionalized is the latest anthology from the creators of The Better Off Dead series. This installment brings you stories of the mentally unbalanced, the damaged and disturbed, and the criminally insane. Some are locked up. Some are not. We recommend you sleep with one eye open.
With stories by Richard Chizmar, Ronald Kelly, R.E. Sargent, Steven Pajak, Rebecca Rowland, Mike Duke, Scott Harper, Jill Girardi, Richard Clive, Jeremy Megargee, Janine Pipe, LP Hernandez, Scotty Milder, Renee M.P.T. Kray, Brandon Scott, and David Rider.
Foreword written by Brian Asman.
With foreword by Meghan Arcuri (Bram Stoker Award Nominee, Vice President Horror Writers Association)
Edited by Jill Girardi and Janine Pipe
Featuring tales from:
Melissa Ashley Hernandez
Angela Yuriko Smith
Served Cold: A HorrorTube Anthology
Twenty-two teeth-chattering tales!
Foreword by Steve Donoghue
Karakoncolos by Cameron Chaney
The Rescue by Janine Pipe
Red Albums by Cam Wolfe
Magic in the Hat by Donnie Goodman
Isolation by N.M. Brown
Sweep in the Sidestreet by A.B. Frank
Frostbite by Alfie Tobutt
Black Wood by Marie McWilliams
The Cold Traps by Steve Donoghue
This Grey Winter by Mihalis Georgostathis
Orpheus Descends by Andrew Lyall
Thou by Mers Sumida
The Walk-in by Mike DeFrench
Ensnared by Aphrodite Lee
Cold Crossing by Jacob Peyton
Snow Boy by Ryan Stroud
The Woods and Mister Softee by R. Saint Claire
Revival by Madison Estes
Lake Alice by Michael Taylor
Fractals by D.L. Tillery
Water of Life by Gloria McNeely
Black Solstice by Dane Cobain
Praise for Local Haunts: A HorrorTube Anthology
"An excellent collection of stories from authors around the world." Alex from The Bookubus
"This was such a fun collection to read." Rachel from The Shades of Orange
Edited by R.Saint Claire and Steve Donoghue
Cover art by Cameron Roubique Additional editing by Black Quill Editing
What doesn't kill me, might make me kill you!
30 women authors from around the world were challenged to write about The One That Got Away. Here you'll find tales of unrequited love, blind dates gone wrong, stalkers and their prey, cursed guitars, alien symbiotes, sinister letters, and bitter acts of revenge. Dive into murky depths and discover what hides inside the minds of women scorned..
Book 3 in the Kandisha Press Women of Horror Anthology Series
#frightgirlwinter recommended reading!
With Foreword by Gwendolyn Kiste (Bram Stoker Award Winning Author of The Rust Maidens)
Edited by Jill Girardi
Featuring stories from: Carmen Baca, Ushasi Sen Basu, Demi-Louise Blackburn, Ashley Burns, R.A. Busby, Amira Krista Calvo, Dawn DeBraal, Shawnna Deresch, Ellie Douglas, Amy Grech, KC Grifant, Meg Hafdahl, Rowan Hill, Stevie Kopas, Michelle Renee Lane, Catherine McCarthy, Villimey Mist, Mocha Pennington, Faith Pierce, Janine Pipe, Lydia Prime, Paula RC Readman, Marsheila Rockwell, Lucy Rose, Rebecca Rowland, Hadassah Shiradski, Yolanda Sfetsos, Barrington Smith-Seetachitt, J Snow and Sonora Taylor.
Genre legend Ramsey Campbell contributes with an insightful foreword and puts his stamp on another addition to British horror's legacy. All for a good cause, the profits from this anthology will go to fund the NHS' efforts in COVID-19 research.
So explore every corner of this compendium and be pulled into the shadowy depths of the dark isles.