Launch day for Distant Flickers has arrived! I've shared the two videos below to represent the two short stories of mine that are included in the anthology. ("Let the Rest of the World Go by" was originally recorded in 1919, which is within the timeframe of my story, but the sound quality of the contemporaneous … Continue reading Launch Day for Distant Flickers!
I am delighted to host a stop on Diana Peach's blog tour for her latest/upcoming release, The Necromancer's Daughter. ~ ~ ~ The Blurb (Sure to Tempt the Fantasy Reader) A healer and dabbler in the dark arts of life and death, Barus is as gnarled as an ancient tree. Forgotten in the chaos of … Continue reading Blog Tour Stop: The Necromancer’s Daughter
Short Story Publication I am pleased to share that my short story "New England Gothic" has been published in the September 10, 2021 edition of The Chamber Magazine. How the Story Came to Be Several years ago, I became interested in flash fiction, thinking I could salvage a failed novel that had an episodic structure--too … Continue reading Another Writing First: Horror?
My Review Mark Bierman‘s novel Vanished opens in a Haitian prison with a game of cards turned violent, followed by an earthquake. The chapter ends with the escape of a prisoner who will play a pivotal role in the novel. Enter young widower Tyler and his father-in-law John, two Americans newly arrived to help build … Continue reading #BookReview: Vanished