“Letters to M” by Peter M. Love

Every day this week, we will be previewing one of our five launch titles.

Starting Thursday April 7th, 2011, Eat Your Serial will be proudly presenting: “Letters to M” by Peter M. Love.

About the Serial

It’s the usual story. You hang out, play some bridge, occasionally write letters to a girl in class that you never send. There are lots of ways to get a girl; you learn from the best and try and them all. Martin Applegate is a man with a mission. He has identified his girl. He knows his methods. Now, it’s just about the application.

Teenage life in Britain. It’s exciting, especially if you are white, middle-class and play bridge.

About the Author

Peter M Love was born in South Lough. Peter went to Leyster Comprehensive School which he left in 1989 to work in a call centre. He has since returned to South Lough where he trains supply chain managers. He lives with his wife and two children.

You can connect with him on twitter: @petermlove

And not that you should judge a book by its cover, but we’re excited to share a first look at the “Letters to M” cover by Marilyn Gomez:

Come back tomorrow for a look at the fifth and final title of our launch lineup!

“WMDs: Women of Men’s Destruction” by Marty Evan

Every day this week, we will be previewing one of our five launch titles.

Starting April 6th, 2011, Eat Your Serial will be proudly presenting: “WMDs: Women of Men’s Destruction” by Marty Evans.

About the Serial

Ever been hurt?  Ever wanted to take revenge on the person who hurt you?  “WMD’s: The Women of Men’s Destruction” explores is the unnerving mission of vengeance undertaken by four jaded friends against their ex-girlfriends. Fueled by alcohol and anger, follow Nave Bruno and his confederates in this twisted tale that explores everything from faith to cheeseburgers, with a good bit of violence and laughter mixed in. And when the dust settles, nothing will be the same again.

About the Author

Marty Evan was born in 1981.  His next achievement was graduating from Buffalo University 24 years later in 2005 with a BFA in communication design.  Since then he has traveled New York State as a construction worker, living in hotels and learning about the harder points of existence.  Inspired by the harsh and some times humorous realities of life, love and addiction, he writes about what he sees in an increasingly tough world.

And because you’ve been good, here’s a first look at the “WMDs” cover by Dave Feheley:

Come back tomorrow for a look at the fourth title of our launch lineup!

“Carry Me Home” by K. Syrah

Every day this week, we will be previewing one of our five launch titles.

Starting April 5th, 2011, Eat Your Serial will be proudly presenting: “Carry Me Home” by K. Syrah.

About the Serial

…Being out here is like living a life in sepia; everything is faded
into a dull, sweltering brown as colorless as the sand…

Life was different before deployment. Easy. Back in Fort Riley, Sergeant Lorelei Edwards was a proud soldier who could flaunt a short skirt, sling back a Long Island and disassemble a bomb with equal effortlessness. But Iraq changed all that. War blasted it all apart. Suddenly everything Lorelei thought she knew, all the relationships she treasured — her own identity — is brought under the harsh light of inquisition. Lorelei finds herself struggling to cope with a new life, a life that to her seems shattered beyond repair.

Heartfelt and provoking, K. Syrah’s “Carry Me Home” shows that there is more than one kind of strength, that a soldier can take many forms, and that sometimes the most vicious battle we fight comes from within.


About the Author

K. Syrah was born in Asia, and raised in Europe before making her home in the United States. She grew up assimilating and critiquing various cultures. She spent her first six years of adulthood in seven different states, and hasn’t stopped moving since. Her ability to analyze culture as an outsider has fueled her writing, much of which can be found on her social-commentary themed weblog, Shoes Never Worn. She is one half of a dual-military couple that will soon be experiencing a simultaneous deployment to two different theatres.

Come back tomorrow for a look at the third title of our launch lineup!

“Simon Berkley” by Leon Noble

Every day this week, we will be previewing one of our five launch titles.

Starting April 4th, 2011, Eat Your Serial will be proudly presenting: “Simon Berkley” by Leon Noble.

 

About the Serial

Simon Berkley is a simple kind of man. Like many of us, he uses his psychic powers playing clairvoyant to lonely widows to pay the bills, but he prefers to spend his free time smoking and drinking with his wizard friend, Phil, and Alice, the sometimes-friendly ghost who haunts him. Simon’s everyday existence is disrupted, however, when he is nearly killed and fellow members of the supernatural community fall victim to a series of gruesome murders. Never one to shy away from deadly conflict, Simon and his friends tackle harpies, witches, and local law enforcement to solve the mystery and stop the murderous rampage before it’s too late.


About the Author

Leon Noble was born in a small town in Puerto Rico, where his passion for anything weird began with the myths and ghost stories of the old folk living there. He began his artistic journey through drawing and sketching, but quickly found words a more suitable outlet for the people living inside his brain.

His passions are well written stories and Guillermo Del Toro movies. He is currently writing his third Fantasy\Horror novel in New York city where he lives with his family and is the only avid bookworm of the bunch.

You can connect with him on twitter: @leonnoblerocks

 

As an added bonus, we’re also excited to share with you a first look at the cover art for this online serial. It was designed by Michael Samuels, a man of few words but immense talent.

Come back tomorrow for a look at the second title of our launch lineup!

Eat Your Serial – Launching April 4th, 2011

This is what we’ve been looking forward to. And it will have been worth the wait.

Every day next week, we’ll be unveiling new information about Eat Your Serial’s launch. We can’t wait to share our authors’ exciting content with all of you.