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Fairytale Friday: How do you like them apples?

Friday, March 28th, 2014

We are proud to let you know that we finally have all our delicious apples in the same basket! Black Apples will be released in April and available worldwide through Amazon. It’s been a pleasure to work with all eighteen authors and we are so happy to finally let the world read their wicked, weird […]

Wicked Wednesday: Arsenic: A Girl’s Best Friend

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Nevermind the diamonds, arsenic has been a girl’s best friend for centuries. The mineral has been useful as cosmetics, fabric dye (“emerald green”) and component in home decorations like wallpapers, lamp shades and paint. It has also proven to be gem in the war against rodents in the cupboards, and – not to mention – […]

Welcoming the Wicked

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

Moving on from princesses to murderous women is not that far-fetched in the world of Belladonna. We welcome twisted female characters of all kinds; virtuous and murderous alike. And thus we are very proud to present our new project: Wicked Belles A comics anthology featuring famous female serial killers We want you to explore the […]

Black Apples: Table of Contents

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013

It is time for the grand drum roll… Here are the 19 new fairytales chosen for the Black Apples anthology: A Winter Evening – Sarah L Byrne And Gold in Her Eyes – Maigen Turner Bluebeard’s Child – Alison Littlewood Bunny’s Lucky Slipper – Pat R Steiner Citizen – David Turnbull Cloaks and Hoods – […]

Black Apples: The Very Last Update

Sunday, March 17th, 2013

We are very pleased to say that we have finished reading for Black Apples. We have replied to all the authors as well, but – we have had a few bounces, so if you haven’t heard from us yet, please let us know (e-mail: submissions@belladonnapublishing.com). Left in the basket of fine black apples are 19 […]

Black Apples: Another Update

Sunday, March 3rd, 2013

Yes, we’re still reading. Sorry for the wait! At this point all the submissions have been read and we have rejected about 4/5 of them. The reason for rejection varies, and does not always reflect the quality of the story. Some common reasons are: ~ It is not a fairytale, neither in a traditional or […]

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