Today is Crystal Lake Publishing day at Godless! Many Indie horror books are on sale, including mine. You can pick up Pretty Little Dead Girls, Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu, and Little Dead Red for 99 cents. The audiobooks of Nameless and Little Dead Red are also available. Come join us!
Oh my friends! I had the best time doing a podcast interview with my old friend Chad Lutzke and my new friend Jeremiah Bannister! The main topic was the importance of a supportive spouse when you’re a creative, but we also discussed scorpions, strong women, children with special needs, and all sorts of things. Come have a listen!
I had a great time doing an in-depth interview with Don Anelli for a belated Women in Horror Month piece. We discuss Poltergeist, short stories vs. novels, and why publishing my favorite book was a nightmare. You can read it here. The official Women in Horror Month organization has officially disbanded, but I very much enjoyed the focus on diversifying … Read More
The official certificate arrived for Arterial Bloom, naming it a Bram Stoker Award Finalist! Woo hoo! I couldn’t be more proud of the authors and their stories. This was my maiden voyage as sole editor and the authors (and Todd Keisling, who did the cover and interior) made it as easy on me as possible. They were pleasures to work … Read More
So Once Upon An October, Todd Keisling and I were scheduled to have an interview with a podcast host. Or something. And the host kind of stood us up. So Turp Kardling and I decided to interview each other, which was a lot of fun. We talk writer’s block, pandemic, and video games. I hope you enjoy it as much … Read More
I’m delighted to not only be attending the virtual 2020 World Fantasy Convention, but I’m participating on two panels. The first panel will be Creating Monsters. I’ll be moderating this panel (yay!) and we’ll discuss the most fascinating monsters in today’s fantasy as well as how to keep monsters contemporary. That panel will go live on Saturday, October 30 at … Read More
I hate this pandemic, but I love how many conferences are being held virtually! This weekend is Robercon, a science fiction convention. I’m delighted to be on their The Hows and Whys of Horror: Authors Give Their Scariest Opinions panel. I’ll be talking shop with C.W. Briar, Kevin Lucia, and Joe Sullivan. It will be on Saturday, Sep 26,at 2 pm … Read More
So the Internet went out in parts of Las Vegas for about 30 hours, which was difficult enough (kids kicked out of school, people kicked out of work, gamers kicked out of Final Fantasy 15), but I was on tap to teach at the American Night Writer’s Association virtual conference. I hopped into the car and drove across town to … Read More