My story “Third Class” has sold to The Colored Lens. I’ll let everyone know when it’s published.
My story “As the World Goes by” is today’s tale at Every Day Fiction. It’s quiet but upbeat and topical to 2020. Those of you more used to my monster stories are going to notice a bit of a contrast (to put things mildly).It’s free to read, less than 1000 words and the link is in the first comment. Hope you enjoy it!
Sale! Every Day Fiction has bought my story “As the World Goes By”, which is actually a non-genre piece topical to 2020 (but upbeat!).
I’ll link here when it goes live.
First review of Test Site Horror is up… and it’s a good one! (aIsn’t it nice when low expectations get blown away?).
The paperback edition of Test Site Horror is available for the paper-lovers out there.
Happy Book Day to me! The Kindle edition of Test Site Horror is available to purchase. Here’s the cover, perfectly fitting for a book in which prehistoric horrors walk the earth and stalk our heroes.
Purchase link here, and will let everyone know when the paperback edition is released for the paper lovers out there.
This three-novella collection is now available to order. Zombies… in Central Park… During the Sha’Daa…
The book contains novellas by Jason Cordova, Eric S. Brown and yours truly…and I think a lot of people are going to enjoy this one!
How cool is this? My collection Pale Reflection leads off the Indie Athenaeum’s Halloween recommendations. I’v placed the link in the first comment so you can read reviews of all the recommended works – a lot of good stuff there for those looking for something spooky in the season!
House of Zolo Journal Volume 2 has been published. This one includes my story “Digital Rights”, which takes creepy (not the Halloween kind) to another level.
Coming Soon from MoonBeam Press! The cover of Zombie Park, a collection of three novellas in the Sha’Daa shared universe, is now available for your viewing pleasure. It includes novellas by über-talented authors Eric S. Brown and Jason Cordova, and one from yours truly as well.
Have a look: