Getting Published with Satirical Horror in England

Dear Subscriber,

I just got another story published in a publication out of the Isle of Wight in the U.K. Kind of proud of this one.

Small victory for this non-politically correct indie author. Dorothy Davies, a workaholic editor living on the Isle of Wight (not “White,” so stay away Trump/DeSantis folks), has accepted my very graphic supernatural horror story The Home of Guiding Hands, about a sexual pervert who molests his victims during his night shifts at a nursing home in the U.S.A. (based on a true story, which makes this even juicier).

Tried to publish this in the U.S.A., but none of the politically correct editors would buy it. Ever. I have a joke about Trump and the former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. “Uncle Ben” Carson in my story. Plus, there’s the graphic sex abuse and drug use. A “no no” for most publications in the “colonies.” I also refer to an Alfred Hitchcock film (“The 39 Steps”) that the perv uses to role play with his victims (cool beans).

And yet, here I go into Dorothy’s 4th edition of Dark Tales (Gravestone Press). Dorothy is a veteran editor and author, who edits fantastically well, and she’s a successful author of very creepy stuff herself.

So, I puff out my chest a bit about this happy publication. It ain’t about the money. It’s about defeating the North American politically correct juggernaut!

The 7th episode of 10 in Auschwitz Dancer is now for sale! Frankie has to marry two Nazis to come closer to getting her husband, Marek Rosenberg, out of imprisonment in “G_d knows where.” Read the introduction online at MetaStellar.

Auschwitz Dancer

Added bonus! You can read my spoof on D. H. Lawrence’s novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover online at my Google Doc page.

Thanks, and have a great weekend!

James Musgrave

EMRE Publishing, San Diego

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