Hey, friends. A lot to say here, and I haven’t even spoken yet about WITCHING HOUR THEATRE, the novella that goes along with this beautiful cover, but I’ll save all that other stuff for other posts and give you what you came here for–the new cover: POW, right? The designer of the above beauty is […]Read more "Cover Reveal for WITCHING HOUR THEATRE"
Howdy, friends! The excellent folks over at Dreadful Tales and The Mortuary have selected my brand-new novella EXORCIST ROAD as their September Book of the Month. Here’s the article/review about it on the Dreadful Tales website, and here’s the link to the forum thread in which the story will be examined/discussed/vivisected over the next several […]Read more "EXORCIST ROAD Chosen as The Mortuary’s Book of the Month"
We’re a few short hours away, folks. I can’t wait for you to check this one out. Like my other three novellas (OLD ORDER, THE CLEARING OF TRAVIS COBLE, and WITCHING HOUR THEATRE), EXORCIST ROAD is told from a single point-of-view. Like those stories, this novella takes place over a very short period of time. But […]Read more "Lock Your Doors. EXORCIST ROAD Drops at Midnight…"
Have you heard about my new novella? Even though I’m primarily a novelist, there are readers who actually prefer my novellas to my novels. They’re crazy, of course, because I’m awesome in either length. But yeah, some folks dig the novellas more. But seriously. There have been three novellas thus far: WITCHING HOUR THEATRE (which […]Read more "EXORCIST ROAD: The Serial Killer and the Possession"
You’ve heard the analogy before, but it’s true: an author’s stories are his children. By creating a fictional universe, the author is mother, father, midwife, OB, pediatrician, and occasionally, the story’s childhood psychiatrist. And as a result of this closeness, an author gets pretty dang attached to his babies. It’s why you see authors whose […]Read more "OLD ORDER (or The Dangers of Not Writing Amish Romances)"
All right, folks, if you haven’t checked out my brand-spankin-new novella, you can pick up a copy for a buck-fifty. It’s actually a long short story or a very short novella, depending on your definition, but I still think the price is fair. Before I tell you a quick tale about it, here’s the cover […]Read more "The Clearing of Travis Coble is LIVE (and a quick anecdote)"
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"