Stumar Press

an independent publisher of horror and fantasy fiction

Competition - win Ten Terrors Volume 1 and Volume 2

Ten Terrors Competition - an opportunity to win a free copy of the first two volumes in the Ten Terrors series.

Stumar Press will be publishing a series of horror anthologies starting with volume one in Winter 2012. Each volume will contain ten short stories by established and emerging writers in the horror genre.

Ten Terrors Volume one will contain short stories by Graham Joyce, Mark Morris and eight other authors. Volume two (2013) will feature Tim Lebbon, Alison Littlewood plus eight other authors.

This competition is open to anybody who has purchased a copy of the collection Soul Screams which features thirteen horror stories by horror and crime novelist Sara Jayne Townsend.

"Townsend writes accomplished, powerful stories of mystery and fear, with places and themes we all recognise, and delicious twists in the tail." - Tim Lebbon, author of Echo City.

It's not too late

If you haven't purchased Soul Screams yet you still have time to buy it, read it, and enter the competition.

How do I enter?

To enter the competition, all you have to do is email the answer to the following questions to stumarpress [at] gmail [dot] com: -

Question 1: In which month did Sara Jayne Townsend write the introduction to Soul Screams?

Question 2: Where does "The Boy With Blue Eyes" work?

Please put "Ten Terrors Competition" in the subject line of your email to ensure your entry is processed for the competition.

The Winner

All correct entries will be placed in a draw that will take place on 2nd January 2013. One lucky winner will be drawn out of the hat and that lucky winner will be notified by email. The lucky winner will receive a copy of Ten Terrors Volume 1 and Ten Terrors Volume 2 as soon as they are published.

Closing Date

This competition closes on 31st December 2012.

Good luck!


Congratulations to Jay Eales who won the Ten Terrors competition featuring questions from the Derby Scribes Anthology.