We’re proud to announce that Dark Conjurings, the short-horror anthology that was released in October, is up for the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award for Horror! The nomination alone is an honour, but you can be sure that we’re crossing our fingers and waiting with bated breath for April’s announcement of the winner! This anthology celebrates the works of women and non-binary authors in horror and this nomination couldn’t make us prouder.
Interested in seeing what all the fuss is about? You can get a copy of your very own in paperback, hardcover, or E-book form. Order now, and you can say that you were being thrilled and chilled before it was cool.
The next installment of The Blood Royal Saga is underway. Book Four will be entitled Flesh And Blood, kicking off the next story arch, and we anticipate its release in the Fall of 2019.
To celebrate, we’ve not only made a new cover for the upcoming book, but we’ve also given the rest of the books in the series a fresh new look. It’s been nearly two years since the release of In The Blood, and we thought it was time for a makeover! Hope you enjoy!
We are proud to announce that In The Blood, Book One in Delia Remington’s Blood Royal Saga won the 2018 Silver Stake Award at the International Vampire Film and Arts Festival in Sighisoara, Romania!
In The Blood was also a 2018 Midwest Book Awards finalist from the Midwest Independent Publishing Association.
The series has continued to garner rave reviews, and we are excited about the upcoming October release of the third installment in the series, Trial By Blood.
Eagle Heights Press is pleased to announce the publication of John Gooch’s latest book, titled Playing With the Big Kids: Central Methodist University 1982-2016.
Playing With the Big Kids is a history of Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri from 1982-2016. This is a book about transformation, or how a sleepy little college in a sleepy little town in rural Missouri became a university.
All proceeds from the sale of this book will be used to fund a scholarship at Central Methodist University.
John Gooch is a native Missourian and a 1960 graduate of Central College with a degree in history. He has also received the Master of Divinity degree from Garrett/Evangelical Seminary, and the Ph.D. in church history from St. Louis University. His career includes being pastor of United Methodist churches in Missouri, a university and seminary professor, curriculum editor at the United Methodist Publishing House, and author of 14 other books, and dozens of articles and curriculum units.
He and his wife, Beth, met at Central, and have been married as of this writing for some 58 years. They are the parents of Nina (Central Methodist, ’84) and Carl, the parents-in-law of Erica and Kelly, and the grand-parents of Kaitlin and Jada. He and Beth enjoy travel, bridge, the St. Louis Cardinals, reading, and being with friends. They live in retirement in Lees Summit, MO.