Thursday, February 26, 2015

Good News Everyone!

So previously I announced that my story, "Ghosts and Sands", would be appearing in The Big Bad II by Dark Oak Press, and I am happy to say that being part of a really wonderful list of authors has been a really big success all around. If you want to check out my story and other great stories from such heavyweights like Gail Martin, Emily Leverett, Eden Royce, David B. Coe, James R. Tuck, and many many more wonderful writers, you can pick it up here:

The Big Bad II

But I have more great news! I am proud to say that I have recently signed a contract to have my story, The Gem of Acitus, published by Mocha Memoirs Press! I will be posting more content soon talking about that, but I wanted to share this big success!

And that's not all, but I have sold another story! Swords and Sorcery Magazine, now into its fourth year, has decided to accept my short Sword & Sorcery story, Stout, for publication in their February Issue. I will post a link as soon as it is up!

I'll see you all soon, and hopefully with pictures from Connooga! Remember, if you like what you see on this blog, check out my Twitter or press that "G+" button to the left. Either helps get the word out about this blog and shows me that you like the content you find here every week.

Thanks and stay safe!

Monday, February 23, 2015

The Big Bad II!

Hey all! (Sorry I've been MIA. There have been some real technical issues that had to be resolved.)

I am proud to say that my story, "Ghosts and Sands", will be appearing in Dark Oak Press' The Big Bad II.


I talked previously about writing the sequel for "The Chase", the story in the first Big Bad that featured the revenant Conjer battling a cadre of vampire gangsters. While I loved and still love that story, I got to work writing the follow-up. And it's going to be available in the Big Bad II, coming tomorrow on February 24th, 2015!

Here is the cover:

This amazing anthology features stories by David B. Coe/DB Jackson, Gail Martin, Misty Massey, Emily Leverett, James R. Tuck, Selah Janel, Eden Royce, Matthew Saunders, and some of the best up-and-coming names in Fantasy and Horror!

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