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Howdy Folks! 2024 is already starting out to be a strong writing and publishing year for Ol' Ron. Here's what's seen print so far and what's in store for the rest of this year:

Volume #13 of Crystal Lake Entertainment's Dark Tide series is now available in ebook, paperback, and hardcover. The Devil's Backbone features three Appalachian horror novellas by me, Laurel Hightower, and Red Lagoe. All three of us will have copies available at Authorcon 3 in Williamsburg, Virginia on April 12-14, which gives fans the opportunity to get all of us to sign it at one event. After Authorcon, I will have copies listed at RKHORROR, either signed by all three of us, or including a signed bookplate. 

Restless Shadows, the sequel to my first novel, Hindsight,
 is now available in paperback for the first time. This Macabre Ink (Crossroad Press) edition features cover art by Alex McVey. You can get it here at RKHORROR now, and also a special combo with Hindsight and Restless Shadows for a special low price.

Book 3, Man-Eaters, Mummies, & Murderous Maniacs, of my The Saga of Dead-Eye horror-western series is now at the publishers and will soon be available in a limited hardcover from Thunderstorm Books, and ebook, paperback, and hardcover from Crossroad Press. I hope to have copies of the paperback and hardcover on my table at Authorcon 3, as well as here at RKHORROR upon its release.

Also, Book 3, Vault of Southern-Fried Horror, of my EC Horror-inspired series, will be out by Summer of 2024. This volume contains 12 dark horror tales about serial killers, mass murderers, and maniacs. It will feature a retro comic book cover by Alex McVey and interior comic artwork and retro comic ads by me. It will be available in ebook, paperback, and hardcover. 

This fall, Burnt Magolia, my novel of Civil War ghosts haunting a Tennessee plantation house, will be coming back in a new paperback edition. Formerly published as The Possession by Zebra Books in 1993, this will be the first time it will be available in paperback in 31 years.