“Horrific History” available on Kindle and Paperback

Hello all

This is just to say that I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast. Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold.

Oh, and also, the latest collection from Hazardous Press, “Horrific History” is out on Kindle and on Paperback. It contains history themed tales of horror by such authors as Chris Larsen, Doug Murano, Rose Blackthorn, and Jay Wilburn. It also includes my dust bowl story, creatively titled “Dust”, as well as stories from Brent Abell, Pete Aldin, Jason Andrew, Monette Bebow-Reinhard, Rebecca L. Brown, Deborah Drake, T. Fox Dunham, Gwendolyn Edward, Aaron J. French, Tara Fox Hall, Ken MacGregor, Lynne MacLean, Adam Millard, Douglas J. Moore, Doug Murano, Christopher S. Nelson, Brent Nichols, Emerian Rich, Stephen D. Rogers, Julianne Snow, Jenny Twist, D. Alexander Ward, David Williamson and Lee Clark Zumpe.

Doug is doing a series of Q+A with the various contributors, and I’m sending him some rambling nonsense right now, stop by and take a look.

Have a look at the free sample, and if you’re so inclined to share your feedback, positive or negative, all us word-arrangers would greatly appreciate it, either on Amazon or Goodreads.

Metapost: Releases and Revision

I hope this update finds you all as well as I have been.

In the past few months, I’ve had two anthologies released from Cruentus Libri Press, and another story featured in the Mad Scientist Journal. If you’ll forgive the self promotion, here are the links to read “Zero” at Mad Scientist Journal, or to purchase either anthology from Amazon:

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Happy Halloween

Briefest of updates:

In the next month I will have two more stories appearing in anthologies, and another in the magazine Mad Scientist’s Journal. I’ll let you know when they are released, and I would appreciate, as always, that if you like what you read, you simply recommend it to someone else who you think may enjoy it.

Additionally, “A Quick Bite of Flesh” will be available for free on Kindle, for a single day, coming very soon.

As far as new stories, Runner B inches ever closer to completion (seriously), and I am working on the beginning of two new pieces: “The Fields of Ur,” an unusual science-fantasy story, and “Green Tunnel,” an Appalachian Trail backpacking horror story. And I’m just breaking ground on a fully plotted novel: “Cradle”, a genre-blending riff on blue-collar deep-space horror, haunted houses (in space), the psychology of music and language, genetics in population bottlenecks, zombies, solar-system wide apocalypse, and the destiny of life beyond homeworlds.

Thank you, and Happy Halloween!

Release: “A Quick Bite of Flesh” An Anthology of Zombie Flash Fiction

Hello All,

Friday marked the release of “A Quick Bite of Flesh” from Hazardous Press, containing a version of my story Barricade.

It’s currently available on Kindle. UPDATE: And now available in paperback.

If you’ve read it, and enjoyed it, I’m sure all the authors would appreciate a few good words on Amazon or on Goodreads. Also, I have a Goodreads author page now. I’m not sure why, but this delights me to no end.

Thanks, as always, for reading.