FRESH BLOOD: “Merchandise now available…!”

To kick off the FRESH BLOOD summer 2009 tour, this post goes out to Sam’s Dot Publishing’s graphic artist, Mitchell Bentley (www.atomicflystudios.com), who did the cover for the book you see below, along with many other great Sam’s Dot authors: Lawrence R. Dagstine, Joel Arnold, Rick Novy, Armand Rosamilia, Tyree Campbell, Edward Cox, John Lance, Maggie Bonham, and MORE!

GET YOUR FRESH BLOOD MERCH TODAY!

Crafted by Mitchell Bentley

Crafted by Mitchell Bentley

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http://www.atomicflystudios.net/Pages/14ArtPage.html

 Fresh Blood: Tales from the Speculative Graveyard

A Collection by Lawrence R. Dagstine

ISBN: 978-0-9819696-2-6

ISBN: 978-0-9819696-2-6

 Order the book: http://www.genremall.com/anthologiesr.htm#freshblood

Love zombies and space stations? Whether it’s a coffee mug, a T-shirt, a tote bag or a hat, or who knows, maybe even a skateboard, Mitchell Bentley will design it for you… And he’ll do it to perfection! You can also view some of his artwork at the same link. 

All artwork and merchandise licensing copyright Mitchell Davidson Bentley, Atomic Fly Studios: http://www.zazzle.com/mitchbentley

Lawrence Dagstine: “Welcome to your world…”

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Welcome to My World…

Wanna get scared tonight? Visit another planet?

 

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Fresh Blood

by Lawrence Dagstine

Published by Sam’s Dot Publishing

www.samsdotpublishing.com

Now Available at THE GENRE MALL:

http://www.genremall.com/anthologiesr.htm#freshblood

ISBN: 978-0-9819696-2-6

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“Lawrence Dagstine has a wonderfully fertile imagination and he has crafted many wonderful, original stories.” – David Lee Summers, Editor, Tales of the Talisman and author, Heirs of the New Earth.

“Lawrence Dagstine never ceases to amaze me with his abundant talent. His short stories are incredibly imaginative, exceptionally well written, and thoroughly captivating.” – P.S. Gifford, Author, The Curious Accounts of the Imaginary Friend.

“Dagstine injects some much-needed freshness into his monsters; he endows them with complex qualities both human and inhuman, which somehow makes them all the more disturbing.” – Ben Thomas, Editor, The Willows Magazine.

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