Wow. Just wow. Uber, uber wow wow wow. So it’s been an interesting release weekend. I woke up yesterday to a message saying that Olde School was #27 on the Folklore ranking on Amazon…I usually don’t even know how to pay attention to that kind of thing, but that definitely woke me up! Wanna know … More Release Weekend Shock and Guest Postin’!
So I know I’ve been hinting and mentioning that things have been in the works for a while. I also realize that it seems like forever (or at least a year) since I announced my partnering up with Seventh Star Press for a series. A lot of things have happened in the past year, and … More IT’S HERE! Cover Reveal: Olde School by Selah Janel
Today I’m interviewing Evelyn Deshane about her horror influences and how she views the genre! (And huge, huge cheers for the R.L. Stine mention and the short answer to the first question!) SJ: Why horror? Out of all the things to write, why does this genre appeal to you? ED: Short answer: it’s beautiful. Longer … More Women in Horror Interview: Evelyn Deshane
Seventh Star Press is proud to unveil the new cover art by Tomasz Trafiał for Jason Sizemore’s Irredeemable! The single-author collection features stories of a dark SF and horror nature, many with an Appalachian tone. The eBook and print versions will be made available the second week of April, and those wanting a softcover version … More Cover Reveal: Irredeemable by Jason Sizemore
Seventh Star Press is proud to unveil the new cover art and interior illustrations by Matthew Perry for H. David Blalock’s Doom Angel, the third and final installment in his Angelkiller Triad. The eBook version of this exciting urban fantasy adventure will be released this Friday, with the print version to follow next week! In Doom Angel, … More Cover Reveal: Doom Angel by H. David Blalock
It’s high time I try to get back into this as I can! So today’s Weekend Writing Warriors bit comes from my short story Sandy, that appears in Mocha Memoirs Press’s new anthology, The Grotesquerie. My story is about two sisters, Lucy and Tabby. Lucy’s a teenager struggling to be normal (which is especially hard … More WeWriWa: Sandy
So things got away from me for the past month, but I’m pleased to have a guest post from a very talented author and a really great gal, Sumiko Saulson. I love her thoughts on horror, and she has some great insights for us today! Characters in Campy Horror My campy novel about ghouls, zombies, … More Guest Post: Sumiko Saulson and SPECIALS on her books!
It’s back, bigger, and better than ever! Seventh Star Press is reprising it’s Feel The Fire contest from last year, where you could win a Kindle Fire HDX, a $50 Amazon giftcard, a variety of softcover and e-book titles, Imaginarium passes, and so much more! For full details, see below: Welcome to Seventh Star Press’ … More Feel the Fire II Contest!
For those who happened to miss it, or for those who got weirded out by the technical difficulties in the middle of the show, the first episode of The Star Chamber Show is available to stream or download! The illustrious Stephen Zimmer has edited the glitches out to a smooth, 42-minute version, for your listening … More The Star Chamber Show!
The excellent blogger Jess Resides Here is taking part in a Steampunk Hop and doing a giveaway of Seventh Star Press author J.L. Mulvihill’s book The Boxcar Baby. Until Dec 1, you can enter to win the first book of the Steel Roots series. To learn more about the contest and to access the rafflecopter entry, CLICK … More Steampunk Hop and The Boxcar Baby Contest!