Hey guys! I am back to tell you that you can now pre-order my upcoming horror novel Dark Surge. Weeee! I’m excited!
If you are one of those guys who loves to collect super-rare editions of things, you should hurry over there to grab one of the Deluxe Thirteen Editions. It’s pretty dang fancy.
Also it will be available in a snazzy trade paperback as well.
So, that’s the current books news I have for you. Go over there and order something, even if it’s not mine. We should all support Dark Regions, an absolutely fantastic press.
In other news, I’m bummed about the passing of Elizabeth Taylor. I just watched GIANT a couple weeks ago. I always thought of her as kind of a brunette Marilyn Monroe. Sad day. Into the light, Liz…
Unearthed is now up for pre-order over at Horror Mall, so be sure you go order one soon, as the print run is only 150 and it’s sure to sell out fast.
I’m really proud of this book and honored to be working with Delirium, a press with a long history of putting out amazing books by outstanding authors. I can’t wait to hear what you guys think of this one-my first Lovecraftian-ish story.
Also, Happy March! I heard it’s official peanut butter month. Go eat some! It’s good for you!
I now have my own section over at Brian Keene’s forum? It’s true! So, despite having forsaken all forums- umm, maybe two years ago?- I’m now gonna be jumping back into that saddle and chatting about work stuff, random stuff, silly stuff, sexy stuff.
Ok, maybe not sexy stuff, but you get the idea. Come say howdy. I’m sure I’ll eventually make a putz out of myself and you don’t want to be the only one who misses it!
Plus, you can chat with a whole slew of awesome writers (including the mighty Keene himself) and fans alike. Do it! Go register and get your chat on!
Huge thanks to Brian for including me. He’s a rad guy and a great writer. If you haven’t read his stuff–what the hell is wrong with you????
In case you missed it, I’m extremely excited to announce that May will see the release of my brand new novella Unearthed in a limited edition from Delirium Books. As a long-time fan of this press, it has been a dream of mine to work with them-a dream I didn’t think I’d ever realize, but WEEEEEE- it happened. I’m so happy. 🙂
I hope you guys all snag a copy as soon as it becomes available. I think we’re keeping the story itself on the down low for now but in the meantime, check out this awesome cover art by Daniele Serra.
How about a quickie?
Very happy to let you guys know that I have new short story coming out in an anthology called Ante Mortem, which is now available for pre-order over on the Belfire Press site. I’ve been so swamped writing novels that it feels good to have something short coming into the world again. The story is called “To Survive the Beginning” and if you want a hint as to what it’s about, here it is: the letter Z.
So, go order that bad boy. Nothing but good times ahead! And I’ll be back tomorrow with even bigger news. Watch the skies!
I hope not, but for today, I can say I’ve beat Stephen King on a list of ‘Best Of’ horror titles for the year. Crazy, right? Yes, but true! Over on The Authors Speak my novel House of Fallen Trees has the honor of being the number one pick of the Toppers in Horror Fiction 2010. And, even better than that, also making the list are some of my own favorites, including David Agranoff, Brian Keene, Douglas Clegg and the aforementioned King himself.
Pretty sweet! And because it may never happen again, I think I’ll celebrate the hell out of it today. Hope you guys join me by picking up a copy of the book, as well as the other books on the list. After all, Christmas is right around the corner and you’ll be giving to us, the writers, as well as to family and friends, which would certainly improve the year for all of us!
So, major thanks to The Authors Speak. Definitely give their website a browse, if you haven’t already. Great interviews can be found as well as reviews.
Love to all!
The Kindle version of House of Fallen Trees has been doing pretty good. My best seller, by far. And being that’s it’s almost Halloween, I figured I’d give it a little promo plug here. The adjective that I hear most often for this one is CREEPY. Which is good, because quiet, slow-burn, atmospheric, creepy horror is exactly what I was going for. So, if that sounds like your kind of spook-fest, I hope you check it out and let me know what you think.
And, if I don’t get back this way before the big day, have yourself a super-gooey, super-sticky, super-SPOOKY Halloween!