Bear Hill Publishing (BHP) is announcing the change of imprint for science-fiction horror novel "Worldender" by Bulgarian author Nick Nikolov.
This novel, which was the author's debut, has gained a passionate following since its release and will now be available under the BHP imprint.
The switch of Worldender is part of BHP's recent consolidation with Foul Fantasy Fiction (FFF), and it represents the publisher's commitment to bringing the best fiction to its readers. The novel has been praised for its well-written characters, believable world-building, and frightening monsters, making it a must-read for fans of the science-fiction and horror genres.
"We are thrilled to be bringing Worldender to a wider audience through our consolidation with Foul Fantasy Fiction," said editor, Tessa Barron. "This novel has already gained a passionate following, and we believe that it has the potential to reach even more readers through our new platform."
Readers have described Worldender as "incredible," "a cracker of a book," and "an entertaining read," making it clear that this novel is not to be missed. With its compelling storyline and well-crafted characters, Worldender is a standout title in the world of science-fiction and horror.
BHP is confident that this switch will be well received by readers and is looking forward to introducing Worldender to more fans of the science-fiction and horror genres. The switch is the latest in a series of exciting developments for the publisher, and it's clear that the future is bright for Bear Hill Publishing.
What readers are saying about Worldender:
"Reading this book played out like a movie - I couldn’t wait to pick it up again and see