Southern Haunts 3: An interview with Alexander S. Brown

It’s blog tour time! Today I have an interview with not only a fantastic editor and author, but one of my favorite people and podcasting co-host. But first, ze book. Amazon           B&N Genres/Subgenres: Horror, Short Story, Paranormal, Occult, Folklore/Southern Regional Deep within the South, read about the magickal folk who … More Southern Haunts 3: An interview with Alexander S. Brown

Comic Review Roundup

So along with people foolishly inviting my writer-type opinions on their sites, I’ve been invited to guest review for the awesome blog I Smell Sheep. And more than once, too! Seriously, this is something that’s been a ton of fun so far. While it’s still my policy to not officially review small press or indie … More Comic Review Roundup

Excerpt: Real Wild Childe (or street vamps falling in love)

I do a lot of writing in anthologies, and this is probably one of my favorite pieces that has shown up in them. It also apparently made John Hartness lose his ever-loving mind and not hunt me down for breaking all his rules, so there’s that, too. This is one of those stories that incorporated … More Excerpt: Real Wild Childe (or street vamps falling in love)

Juniper Grove Presents: Twists in Time Anthology

It’s a double blog tour week! I wish I had a drumroll sound effect that would make sense in a context like this… Title:  Twists in Time Authors:  Various Published:  June 16th, 2015 Publisher:  Clean Teen & Crimson Tree Publishing Genre:  Science Fiction, Time Travel Content Warning:  Some stories may include mild violence and language. … More Juniper Grove Presents: Twists in Time Anthology

The Lost Manuscripts: Dropping the Mask and Exposing the Spirit

Typically The Lost Manuscripts is my tongue-in-cheek time where I share old childhood stories with terrible drawings, bits of the odd angst journal, something to that effect. This time, though, I’m actually going to be serious. I know, right? I mentioned in yesterday’s post the anthology project I had to do for my high school … More The Lost Manuscripts: Dropping the Mask and Exposing the Spirit