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September 28, 2013

New Book Release for the Vampires of New England series, and New Reviews!

All the Shadows of the Rainbow, Book 3 of the Vampires of New England Series by Inanna Arthen, will be officially released on September 30. It will be available immediately in trade paper, hardcover (with dust jacket), epub, mobi (Kindle/Kindle Fire) and PDF editions, and you can order directly from By Light Unseen Media or through various retail outlets. Links to more outlets will be added to the detail page as the book goes “live” in their catalogs.

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDIE! We would absolutely LOVE to have readers order our books through local independent bookstores! Each of our titles has an Indiebound logo on its page (forthcoming for All the Shadows of the Rainbow as soon as Indiebound picks up the ISBNs from wherever they get them). But even if your local store isn’t part of Indiebound, all our books may be ordered from Ingram. They are standard discount and fully returnable (please emphasize that. Some retailers simply can’t get it through their heads that so-called “POD” books can be returnable!). Indie bookstores are also welcome to order books directly from By Light Unseen Media, if they’d rather work on a “consignment” basis.

We make a smaller profit on books ordered wholesale than books sold direct, or through Amazon. But we want to support small bookstores and we’d like to see our books in stores. So do consider asking your local store to order for you–and if you have any problems, get in touch with us.

Two of our titles have new reviews! Nocturnes in Purgatory by Joseph Armstead was reviewed in the Sacramento Book Review and San Francisco Book Review, August, 2013 issues. Both are published by 1776 Publications, LLC. Unfortunately, the review will not be available online for a while yet, but you can read an excerpt on the book detail page here on BLUM, or, if you’re local to those cities, you can check the periodicals directly.

Un-Dead TV got two reviews in August: John Kenneth Muir reviewed it for his John Kenneth Muir’s Reflections on Cult Movies and Classic TV blog on August 30, while the blog Twilight Ridge reviewed the book on August 5.

Many thanks to these reviewers for their kind attention to our books!

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