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Here it is, in total, the Day 20 story. I hope you enjoy it.
Trumpets sounded in the distance, and the hunt is on. Run, little fox, or the dogs will catch you and the men with their rifles will sight you and shoot you and skin you and eat you.
In many ways, it’s the same […]
NOTE: This entry is almost verbatim out of my Moleskine; it is just the words that spilled, as ink, from my fountain pen. A few have been corrected in transition, but mostly these words have not been massaged into a final story. This is from the first day of InkStains.
The moon, overhead, she smiles on […]
Volume 2 contains Beneath Midnight, the very first published Midnight tale, in which we learn about the Spider Dragon and first meet the Wandering Reverend. We also learn some history and legend and lore as we join William Warde on his first date and his sister Mileah as she takes pictures of things she cannot […]
While it may be generally believed that a fairy’s life is filled with luscious green forests, crazy light shows, unmapped roads, and magical shenanigans, and that such a life may be enough for most magically born creatures, this one fairy, whom we’ll call Bob, found it to be unfulfilling and insufficient. Bob the fairy said, […]
It’s finally here.
Tales of the Fantastic and the Phantasmagoric was released for the Kindle and the Nook this week.
An introduction. Afterwords for each of four novellas. Four vignettes. A selection from 6 Nights of Midnight.
The novellas (the stars):
Rare and sold-out Necropolis: when several people spend the night in a cemetery, some by choice, it’s […]
My novel, sold out in pre-sale when it originally came out in limited edition hardcover in 2011, is now available on Kindle. Please enjoy.
If you haven’t already seen, you can find DarkWalker for Kindle. It’s free for a few days. The publisher is excited, I’m excited, and apparently, a lot of other people are excited, too. Enough to propel me to the Top Ten in Horror/Occult on Amazon.
So here’s my promise to you: the rest of the year […]
The life of a southern breeze is usually pretty easy. You pick up a bit of heat off the coast of Guatemala, you take a leisurely spin underneath the Florida Keys, maybe stop for a forbidden dance in Cuba or some Bahamian spiced rum. You caress bathing beauties, tussle hair, catch a sail, and maybe […]
I totally feel like I should be pointing you here.
Because there’s information about my next book:
Pocketful of Smoke, Fistful of Glass
The illusionist steps calmly onto the stage, acknowledges the crowd on his right, then his left, winks at someone in the audience, and stretches out his hands.
His assistants, in pasties and g-strings, step forward from the dark, each grabbing a hand and tying it to the ropes hanging from the […]