I am delighted to announce that my story “Everyday Kintsugi: The Glory of Her Broken Parts” will be included in the One of Us: A Tribute to Frank Michaels Errington anthology. Frank was such a good and generous man, and his passing hit the horror community hard. It was touching to see how many authors wanted to participate and to … Read More
Friend and fellow horror author Ted Theewan gave me the most wonderful surprise: a recipe for a new ice cream flavor! He has his own ice-cream Youtube channel and I think you should all give it a watch. The kiddos and I picked out so many recipes to try! He came up with a very rich White Chocolate and Lemon … Read More
You guys! This will be so much fun! The Writer’s Block is sponsoring EXPO, which is a reader’s series featuring five Las Vegas authors who will read five minutes of their work. I’m delighted to participate in tonight’s reading alongside Dayvid Figler, Kayla Miller, P Moss, and Amanda Skenandore. The event is free and you don’t have to RSVP. Just pop on by and say … Read More
I love speaking at the Las Vegas Writers Group meetings. They’re a lot of fun and I actually met my writer’s group, the Illiterati, at the LVWG. Please join us on Thursday, January 19 at 7:00. We’ll be talking about critique groups. We’ll discuss the pros and cons, how to give and receive feedback, and answer any questions you may have. … Read More
One year ago Ragnarok Publications hit the ground running by publishing my debut novel Nameless: The Darkness Comes and also the 2nd edition of Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu. Pretty Little Dead Girls came out ten months later. It has certainly been an insanely busy year! Ragnarok wrote a post about it here and also announces their 2015 lineup. I’ll … Read More
The gang is back. I can’t decide if we’re like a really fierce Las Vegas gang, or more like the Apple Dumpling Gang. Or maybe the Buttercream Gang. No, wait, we’re the Geeky Writer Gang. FEAR US. Anyway, tonight at 9 PM Eastern we’re meeting up once again to discuss life, writing, and anything else that you want to know. … Read More
Authors Eryk Pruitt, Anthony Rapino, Todd Keisling, and Mercedes M. Yardley discuss geekery, the writing process, and if they’d stop writing fiction for five million dollars.