Thursday, September 30, 2010

Final Novel in Trilogy Released by Mundania!

It's happened...The final novel in the "My Soul to Take" trilogy has been published by Mundania Press. "The Vampire Lord Unmasked" is now available for purchase and should be on and soon.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

"Enter Death, Stage Right" Finally Available

I'm pleased to announce that my third novel, "Enter Death, Stage Right," the second volume in the "My Soul to Take" vampire trilogy, is now shipping from Mundania Press.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Yours Truly Set as Author of Lead Story in New Anthology

I'm very pleased to announce that Novello Publishers will be releasing "Dark Jesters," an anthology of dark humor fiction set to be released next fall. My short story, "Fossilized Braaiins," will be the lead story in the anthology. The story deals with zombies in the caveman era. Info about the anthology is available here.

My Short Story Published in "Shroud" Magazine

I'm very pleased to report that my short fiction piece entitled "The Contract" has been published in Issue 4 of "Shroud" magazine. It's a great little tale about a man who is tempted to sell his soul to the Satan. Of course, the devil is in the details of "The Contract." You can find the issue on sale at by clicking here. You may subscribe to "Shroud" by clicking here.

"Enter Death, Stage Right" Up for Pre-Order

My second novel in the "My Soul to Take" trilogy is up for pre-order from Mundania Press. "Enter Death, Stage Right" should be released soon. Here's the link: "Enter Death, Stage Right"

Monday, March 24, 2008

New Review for "Corpses So Lively"

Dark Scribe Magazine has just published a flattering review of "Corpses So Lively" on its website. You can click on the title above and it'll take you to the review or you can click here to read it.

My thanks to Canadian Derek Clendening for reading it and taking the time to review it. Thanks also to the magazine's editor, Vince Liaguno.

Okay, So I Didn't Win the Eppie

My congratulations to L.B. Milano, author of "Labyrinth," also a Mundania author, for taking home the Eppie Award in the horror category in early March.

I truthfully wasn't disappointed that I didn't win, mostly because I never let myself get my hopes up about such things. I'm just curious if the emcee for the awards program, Jeff Strand, mispronounced my name when he read the nominess. I guess I'll never know.