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Julia (mizzelle) | 48 comments Title: Weird Winter Stories: a Sparrow and Crowe Yuletide anthology
Author(s) name(s): Chris Anderson, Teresa Tulipano, David Accampo, Jeremy Rogers, Jay Stringer, Caroline Pruett, Joshua Alan Doetsch, Paul Montgomery,
Editor: Christa Nahhas
Illustrator: BREED
Publisher: Habit Forming LLC
Publication date: December 21, 2012
Format: Kindle ebook

‘Tis the season to be eerie in this volume of strange and unusual holiday tales featuring two-bit occult detective Doctor Xander Crowe and his partner, the sardonic hacker-magician, Sparrow. Together they encounter all manner of winter mysteries, from a new relationship troubled by Krampusnacht to a generational family story haunted by bloodthirsty tomte. Over the course of nine stories, the uncanny twosome come face to face with an assortment of sinister marvels, including festive homunculi, and a necessary plot to kill Santa. If you like your eggnog with a side of ectoplasm and brimstone, these Yuletide stories are ready to be read in front of a fire, with a glass of single malt whiskey, and maybe some rosary beads. Just in case.

WEIRD WINTER STORIES is a Kindle-ready e-book with Sparrow & Crowe prose stories by a talented line-up of writers, fronted by series creators David Accampo and Jeremy Rogers, and including: Jay Stringer (Old Gold), Joshua Alan Doetsch (Strangeness in the Proportions), Paul Montgomery (, Wormwood: A Serialized Mystery), Christa Nahhas (Sparrow & Crowe Halloween Special), Caroline Pruett (FantasticFanGirls,org, Chicks Dig Comics), Teresa Tulipano (Lines+Stars, Two Hawks Quarterly), and Chris Anderson (Sparrow & Crowe Halloween Special) — with interior illustrations provided by BREED (Sparrow & Crowe Halloween Special).

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message 2: by Emy (last edited Dec 29, 2012 10:47AM) (new)

Emy (emypt) | 5029 comments Working on this...

And done here

Can you check and make sure everything is correct? :)

message 3: by Julia (new)

Julia (mizzelle) | 48 comments Yes, everything's perfect, thanks.

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