It’s release day for a few authors whose work I really dig. Normally, I would send a few tweets across social media to get word out, but I wanted to take a little time to chat about these guys, their stuff, and hopefully convince you … Continue readingHappy Release Day to PRACTITIONERS and KILL HILL CARNAGE
There’s nothing more fascinating to me than the existence of proto-slashers. That is to say, movies made before the “big boom” of stalk-and-slash pictures, where famous elements of the subgenre could be found in narratives that were not otherwise beholden to it. Some proto-slashers are … Continue readingBLOOD AND LACE is proto-slasher sleaze of the highest order
By now, everybody is probably accustomed to how I handle new releases. I like to do them with a little bit of showmanship and fun. In honor of my latest release, Under the Blade, I’m doing a giveaway where everyone who enters becomes an immediate winner.
What do you get when you cross the suspense of all the best slasher movies with the small town mystery of all the best beach reads? You get my novel Under the Blade of course!
Scares that Care charity weekend is almost upon us! It’s one of the things I look forward to the whole year round, as it’s a great opportunity to connect with readers and peers in a friendly and supportive environment. It also doubles as a wonderful … Continue readingScares That Care 5 (August 3-5) Is Nearly Here!
The one year anniversary of Mass Effect: Andromeda passed without much fanfare. Unsurprising, given there’s very little to celebrate. Plans for DLC support were axed immediately (and announced to the fanbase a few months after the game’s release), leaving some of the lingering plot threads to … Continue readingA Requiem for MASS EFFECT: ANDROMEDA
Devil’s Row returns to print via Black T-Shirt Books, and to answer the most commonly asked question right off the bat: No, you do not need to have read Feral in order to read it.
I’ve never been an anime fan and for many years, it was simply the economics of collecting that kept me at bay. I used to occasionally peruse the anime section of Suncoast when I started buying my favorite films on VHS, and there were plenty … Continue readingOn Testing the Anime Waters…
A few days ago, a friend of mine made a passing remark about a substantial event in his life I knew nothing about. He seemed surprised by this and when I asked him why he didn’t tell me, he replied with, “well, I put it … Continue readingHappy New Year! (also blogging in 2018)
Now here’s something I’m incredibly stoked to be talking about! I read a lot of J.F. Gonzalez in college. His work was among the most formative in the years leading up to the moment where I decided to take a stab at this whole writing … Continue readingClickers Forever: A Tribute To J.F. Gonzalez Cover & Contents