In October of 2009, I edited a wonderful anthology of 13 tales of terror set on campuses across Canada and featuring some of the finest writers I've ever had the pleasure of working with. It's called Campus Chills.
The book, produced by the McMaster University, University of Waterloo and University of Alberta bookstores was initially launched on the Espresso Book Machines at these three locations and also made available through a handful of selected retailers across Canada.
And the book continues to sell well at all three locations. But there have been many requests from readers far and wide who are interested in reading this book. And, since the book contains stories by Kelley Armstrong, Julie E. Czerneda, Kimberly Foottit, James Alan Gardner, Sephera Giron, Michael Kelly, Nancy Kilpatrick, Susie Moloney, Douglas Smith, Brit Trogen, Edo van Belkom, Steve Vernon and Carol Weekes, who can blame them.
(And yes, I might be a little biased, by these authors pulled out all the stops when writing tales for this anthology and I am truly impressed with the wonderful diversity and storytelling skill they show in these creepy campus stories -- I'm honoured to be "hanging out" with them by having my name attached to this book.
Thus, the ebook is now available at Amazon in a Kindle version.
And it's DRM-free.