Twin Falls, ID, September 08, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Terry D. Scheerer, Chief Operating Officer and Editor in Chief of Dark Myth Production Studios, announced today that the company is starting a new imprint for fans of dark erotic horror that will be called Horrotica Publications.
“Our goal is to publish provocative, compelling books and magazines that explores the twisted world of Dark Erotica,” said David K. Montoya, Chief Executive Officer and President of Dark Myth Production Studios. “Once Horrotica Publications gets ramped up, we aim to publish in an aggressive manor to please the raising number of Horrotica fans.”
“We've had a number of requests for novels with a Dark Horror theme, and I am pleased to finally be able to supply our fans with such books,” said Terry D. Scheerer, Chief Operating Officer and Editor in Chief of Dark Myth Production Studios.
Horrotica Publications’ debut titles are:
- Lamia—The Awakening, by Destiny West, September 2011
If you enjoy tales of "True" vampires, their life, their loves, and their culture, you won’t want to miss this book. "Lamia" is most decidedly not a vampire in the "True Blood" or "Twilight" vein (yes, the pun was intended), but rather gives a starling and sometimes horrific look into the lives and thoughts of real vampires. Do they exist? Read the book and decide for yourself.
- Horrotica Magazine: Volume Four Issue Five, by Terry D. Scheerer, with Hydra M. Star, August 2011
Horrotica is a mature online magazine, founded in 2006. The magazine is published bimonthly and features stories, poetry, artwork, reviews and dark erotic photographs.
The magazine is geared toward Mature Erotic Horror. Sexual situations are to be expected in the stories and other work.
About Dark Myth Publications:
Dark Myth Publications is an independent trade book publisher, and is also is a magazine publisher--publishing 2 on-line titles that are read worldwide more than twelve to sixteen thousand times on a bimonthly basis. It is owned by Dark Myth Production Studios. Dark Myth Publications was formed in 2005 and uses three imprints: Horrotica Publications, M-Kids Book and eMyth Press.