Hello, Friends! Busy times as usual around the ranch here. With school starting up again and writing deadlines coming due, I haven’t been able to blog as much, but hey, you all know about being busy, right? And it’s not like your life hasn’t been complete without reading my review of some obscure 1940s horror/science […]Read more "Some Things You Might Not Know That I Love: Part Two"
Hey, Friends! I’ve been hard at work on something for most of the summer (along with some other things I can’t talk about yet), and I haven’t said much (or anything) on this blog about it. I feel weird talking about works-in-progress because, well, they’re in progress. It’d be like a runner giving live commentary […]Read more "CASTLE OF SORROWS (Coming July 2014)"
Hey, friends. JJ here. No one actually calls me JJ, but I’ve always liked the initials, they’re also my son’s (though no one calls him JJ either), and, well, isn’t that enough? Notice I didn’t mention Jay Jay the Jet Plane or Brenda Blue, who both, if I’m being completely honest, kind of freak me […]Read more "Five days until SAVAGE SPECIES reaches its horrifying conclusion!"
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Written by: Joe Hempel (of Top of the Heap Reviews) The action packed end of Dark Zone left you wondering what was going to happen with Frank Red Elk and Jesse as they took a ride with the Night Flyers. Suspense is the name of the game to start…
Hey, Friends. Shortish post today because…well, because I’m itching to write. Is that okay? I mean, it’s sort of a good thing, isn’t it? Okay. Today marks the release of the third installment of my new serial novel SAVAGE SPECIES. This part is called DARK ZONE, partially because it takes place completely underground, but also […]Read more "DARK ZONE is here!"
Yo, friends. Today in the shameless self-promotion department, I’m posting a brief quote by my fellow author Glenn Rolfe regarding my new serial novel Savage Species. Prior to beginning the second section (The Children), Glenn said, “Looking forward to see where this Ketchum-esque tale goes next.” In his Goodreads review of the first installment (the […]Read more "Savage Species “Ketchum-esque”"
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)"