A new novel series inspired by Gothic horror classics, “Gothicism,” has been revived as an anthology.
The “Goths” series was originally published by Penguin Press, but is now being published by HarperCollins Publishers.
The anthology will be a series of three books, with each book focusing on a different type of Gothic horror, such as the Haunting of Hill House, the Old House of the Living Dead, the Haunted House of Dracula and the White House of Madness.
Each book will focus on the story of a specific house of horrors and the inhabitants of that house.
The first two books will be written by former New York Times best-selling author Jennifer Baker and will be published in 2019.
They are:The first book in the series, “The Ghost of Old House,” is scheduled to be published on June 1, 2019.
The other two books, “Ghost of the Whitehouse” and “Ghost from the Whitehall,” will be out in 2019 and 2020.
Both books will feature original stories by Baker, who is best known for her “The Glamour House,” “The Haunted House” and her novels, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and the “Glamour of the Ghost” series.
The first novel in the “Ghost House” series is scheduled for release on April 10, 2020.
The second novel, “Dead House of Old,” is slated for release in May 2019.
“GOTHIC HORROR,” a new collection of stories from Baker, will be released on October 3, 2019, according to HarperCollins.
The book will also be published by Random House Books.
The books “Ghost in the White Hall” and other works by Baker are scheduled for publication in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
HarperCollins will release a second book in “Guttmacher” series titled “The White House,” which is scheduled in 2021.
“The Ghosts of Old Hall” will be in a book by Baker’s publisher, Random House.
The “Ghost-Haunted House” books are scheduled to hit shelves in 2020, and Baker is currently working on a third book, “A Nightmare of Old-House-Haunted Ghosts.”
Baker’s work includes books such as “The Old House in the Moon,” “Gutenberg House,” and “The Haunting in the Forest,” among others.
She also co-wrote the 2014 novel “Maggie’s Ghost,” and the 2015 novel “Dollhouse.”
She is the recipient of the Arthur L. Brooks Award for Distinguished Achievement in Fiction.