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She was every student’s fantasy and he was the teacher’s pet. She was older, beautiful and experienced. It was the brush of her hand passing back homework. That special glance. He spent hours in class imagining what her body looked like under her dress, until the day came when they had their first kiss. But his wildest dreams soon became his worst nightmare. She took him to forbidden places he wasn’t ready for, but when he wanted to stop she wouldn’t let him. If she couldn’t have him, nobody could, and lives would be lost before it was over. He never should have crossed the line with his teacher, because some lines should never, ever be crossed.
The book trailer can be viewed at http://vimeo.com/81503070
BIRMINGHAM, UK, December 8, 2013 – Short, Scary Tales Publications (SST Publications) Owner, Paul Fry is very pleased to announce that the trade paperback edition of Eric Red’s first novel Don’t Stand So Close has re-launched with a brand new cover. Paul stated: “We’re really excited to re-launch Eric’s novel with a brand new cover which we feel now perfectly captures the book’s erotic thriller theme. We believe that the cover is much more eye-catching and more striking.”
About Don’t Stand So Close: “She was every student’s fantasy and he was the teacher’s pet. She was older, beautiful and experienced. It was the brush of her hand passing back homework. That special glance. He spent hours in class imagining what her body looked like under her dress, until the day came when they had their first kiss. But his wildest dreams soon became his worst nightmare. She took him to forbidden places he wasn’t ready for, but when he wanted to stop she wouldn’t let him. If she couldn’t have him, nobody could, and lives would be lost before it was over. He never should have crossed the line with his teacher, because some lines should never, ever be crossed.”
Praise for the book:
“A powerful concoction of one part coming-of-age story, one part erotic thriller, and the sexiest and most twisted villain ever to give a homework assignment.”
—Ray Garton, author of Live Girls, Meds and the forthcoming Frankenstorm
Titillating and original.
—Joel Schumacher, director of The Lost Boys, Flatliners and Falling Down
Eric Red brings his considerable talent as a screenwriter to bear on this powerful tale of sexual adventure and teenage turmoil. Erotic and suspenseful, breathlessly narrated, incisively characterised, Don’t Stand So Close had me in its grip until I finished it at a single sitting.
—Ramsey Campbell, author of The Grin of the Dark
In Don’t Stand So Close, Eric Red takes what, at first, seems like a typical teen ‘coming-of-age’ sex romp and leads it down a very dark and twisted path. Being ‘Hot For Teacher’ has never been more disturbing.
—Nancy A. Collins, author of Sunglasses After Dark
Don’t Stand So Close is a riveting coming-of-age thriller. Heartbreaking, nail-biting, compelling and deeply insightful. Highly recommended for any teen who stands with one foot in the shadows.
—Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Rot & Ruin and Dust & Decay
About Eric Red: “Eric Red is a Los Angeles based motion picture screenwriter, director and author. His original scripts include The Hitcher for Tri Star, Near Dark for DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group, Blue Steel for MGM and the western The Last Outlaw for HBO. He directed and wrote the crime film Cohen and Tate for Hemdale, Body Parts for Paramount, Undertow for Showtime, Bad Moon for Warner Bros. and the ghost story 100 Feet for Grand Illusions Entertainment. He is currently writing and directing the film version of New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry’s bestselling zombie novel Dead of Night.
His first novel, a dark coming-of-age tale about teenagers called Don’t Stand So Close, was published in 2012 by SST Publications. His second novel, a werewolf western called The Guns Of Santa Sangre, will be published by Samhain Publishing in November 2013. His third book, a science fiction monster novel called It Waits Below, is coming out through Samhain in summer 2014.
“Bloody fights, desert vistas, a touch of romance, and plenty of werewolf action make THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE a fast-paced adventure.” –Library Journal.Sunday, November 24th, 2013
“For years Sam Tucker, John Fix, and Lars Bodie made their way across the American West by rustling cattle and outshooting their enemies. Now wanted men, they head through Mexico, one step ahead of the law, until a Mexican peasant begs them to save a beleaguered town from the Men Who Walk Like Wolves. VERDICT Bloody fights, desert vistas, a touch of romance, and plenty of werewolf action make this a fast-paced adventure. Screenwriter and author Red (DON’T STAND SO CLOSE) delivers a supernatural Western that should appeal to fans of the growing “weird West” genre.” –Library Journal
THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE is available in trade paperback or Kindle edition at http://amzn.to/1hETNlP
Enter to win an autographed copy of the first issue of WILD WORK, my new vampire western comic series from Antarctic Press, courtesy of Arrow in the Head!Friday, November 22nd, 2013
Enter the contest here: http://bit.ly/I8i6v8
“Antarctic Press is proud to announce the publication of the new six-issue comic series WILD WORK, an epic vampire action horror western! And here’s a dazzling look at the 1st issue’s jaw-dropping cover!
In 1888, Professor Abraham Van Helsing pursues Count Dracula into the American West. Wooden stakes and spurs, silver bullets and six-guns, side by side. Bullets fly, hell on earth around every hitching post and enough blood spilled to turn the western desert into a crimson sea. It’s going to be one “Hell-sing” of a ride!
The series is created and written by film director and screenwriter Eric Red, whose films include the legendary modern cult classics THE HITCHER, NEAR DARK, BODY PARTS and 100 FEET and who previously created and wrote the comic series CONTAINMENT for IDW Publishing. The cinematic artwork is by Ben Dunn. the founder of Antarctic Press and a man who has worked for almost every publisher on the planet as well as creating a plethora of titles and characters for his own company. The covers are by John Gallagher, the acclaimed entertainment illustrator working across film, television, video games and comics on such projects as ONCE UPON A TIME, FALLING SKIES and EUREKA and films such as THE GREY and APOLLO 18.”