Hey, friends. It’s great to see you again. I’ve blogged less this year, and I reckon that’ll continue into 2017. The bright side, however, is that I’m using that time to work on my novels. I should start by mentioning how sad it is to lose Carrie Fisher, who when I was a child became my very […]Read more "News, More News, and Carrie Fisher"
A company named Samhain Publishing was a major part of the beginning of my writing career. Editor Don D’Auria gave me my start there when he acquired THE SORROWS, my debut novel. From the time that paperback came out early in 2012 until the fall of 2015, most of my published works were born under the Samhain […]Read more "The End of the First Part"
The Children are coming for you, Germany. Thanks to my agent Louise Fury and all the fine folks who work with The Bent Agency on foreign rights, the following news was just announced on the agency website: “Jonathan Janz’s CHILDREN OF THE DARK sold in Germany to Voodoo Press.” Voodoo Press has already published the likes […]Read more "CHILDREN OF THE DARK Scores a German Rights Deal!"
Hey, friends. Exciting moment here. My very first novella was called WITCHING HOUR THEATRE, and for the first time in a good while, it’s available for your Kindle. Even better, this is an all-new version, complete with two thousand more words, a gorgeous Matthew Revert cover, a new Foreword, and an Afterword called “My Wife, Stephen […]Read more "A Halloween Surprise: WITCHING HOUR THEATRE!"
Hello, friends! Becky Spratford at RA for All was kind enough to let me share my thoughts on my new favorite television show, my favorite writer, and my favorite genre of books. Without further ado, I give you the link to “Finding Happiness in the Upside Down: Stranger Things, Stephen King, and Horror.” Have a […]Read more "STRANGER THINGS, Stephen King, and Horror"
Hey, friends. Been awhile since I’ve posted, but then again, well, you know. Your lives are crazy too. Speaking of crazy (what an awful segue!), we are now in Williamsburg, Virginia for one of our favorite events of the year: the Scares That Care Weekend Convention. You can read all about it here. What you […]Read more "Scares That Care III"
Hey, friends. There are certain editors I really respect. One of those is Jacob Haddon, the mastermind behind the wonderful quarterly magazine Lamplight. Jacob’s publication exudes quality and professionalism and is one of my very favorites in or out of the genre, which is why I was delighted when he asked me last summer at […]Read more "Brand-New Fiction: “A Southern Evening”"