Hey, all. On October 27th (my birthday, coincidentally), I will be in Arlington, Virginia for a wonderfully spooky event called “Night of Horror!” with Paul Tremblay (A Head Full of Ghosts, Disappearance at Devil’s Rock) and Bill Schweigart (Northwoods, The Beast of Barcroft) . You can read about the event here. Not only will we authors be […]Read more "Night of Horror: Paul Tremblay and I Terrorize Virginia!"
Hey, friends. Sparse blogging month, but I suspect you all know why (family, writing, teaching, three dozen other things). So I’ll get right to it: my vampire/superhero/action/horror/everything-and-the-kitchen-sink novel BLOODSHOT: KINGDOM OF SHADOWS is only $1.99 right now at Amazon. If you love superheroes, great. But if that turns you off, forget the superhero part and […]Read more "HALLOWEEN SPECIAL: My Vampire/Superhero Novel for Only $1.99!"
Howdy, friends. Got a novel due tomorrow night (Castle of Sorrows), so this needs to be short. The wonderful audiobook company Audio Realms (publisher of, among other authors, Jack Ketchum, Richard Laymon, Brian Keene, Edward Lee, Tim Lebbon, and H.P. Lovecraft) is running an amazing 99 cent sale on SAVAGE SPECIES: NIGHT TERRORS. Trust me, […]Read more "Halloween Special! SAVAGE SPECIES: NIGHT TERRORS Audiobook for only 99 cents!"
Count Gore de Vol‘s Tomb of Dark Delights is a great place to visit for your horror needs. The Count just posted a very positive review of my second novel (HOUSE OF SKIN). The full review is right here, but here are two of my favorite parts: “I love a good haunted house story, and […]Read more "New (and Excellent) Review for HOUSE OF SKIN!"
No, this isn’t a post about Q or 006 or any other winter storm battering some unfortunate region of the country. This is about the next several months. March, April, May, and June. Four months. Two novels. One novella. And a convention. The June novel, it should be stated, is atypical in many ways, and […]Read more "The Coming Storm"
From time to time folks will ask me why I write horror. I seem very nice, they say, so the fact that such ghastly things would spring forth from my imagination perplexes them. This doesn’t explain everything…but it’s a start. ♦ “Boys and girls of every age Wouldn’t you like to see something strange?” […]Read more "Born in Halloween (or One of the Many Reasons I Write Horror)"