Indie Horror Review #6

Human Waste by C.M. Saunders George Romero’s original Night of the Living Dead,  the progenitor of the modern zombie horror sub-genre, opened the door on those canny, clawing, rapacious flesh-eaters. And, for this horror fan at least, he closed it too because whenever I find myself needing a zombie fix—not too often, maybe every fewContinue reading “Indie Horror Review #6”

‘Black Magick’ is Live!

Hey horror (and occult thriller) fans! My new book Black Magick is LIVE! Please follow me on Amazon and Goodreads. For those who received a free copy, I will be shipping those out soon.  About Black Magick: Beware the devil woman…. Small town music legend, Rob Sweeney, had everything a man could wish for: money,Continue reading “‘Black Magick’ is Live!”

New Review plus FREE offer for Unmasked

Thanks Horror Palace, for the review! And, horror fans, get your ebook of Unmasked for FREE at Smashwords for the month of July. Follow the link HERE!   

Indie Horror Review #5

Blue Meat Blues by Joshua McGrath In my quest for finding indie (self-published) horror novels to review, I consulted a list on Goodreads and deliberately chose the book with the least reviews and the weirdest cover–I’ve always had a soft spot for the underdog. I checked out the author’s profile page and see that hisContinue reading “Indie Horror Review #5”

Indie Horror Review # 3

She: A Horror Novel by David Kummer Thanks to the lovely website Goodreads, I connected with fellow horror writer, David Kummer, for a book swap. Writers, if you haven’t done this yet, I highly recommend it for not only helping to spread the word about your own book (always a goal) but to see whatContinue reading “Indie Horror Review # 3”

I wrote a novel. Now what?

It’s finished! It’s done! It’s on Amazon! Hurrah! Open the champagne! Does all that red wine I drank while I was writing it count? There is no celebration. I don’t throw a party, and no one surprises me with one. Cue violins… After much, much work, the damn thing is done. I finally hold theContinue reading “I wrote a novel. Now what?”