Monthly Archives: September 2009

Free Fiction on Monday

Hey, everybody.  I told you a free story would go up on October 1st, if I decided to do the free fiction thing.  Well, I have decided to post my old stories on a month-by-month basis, but I won’t have … Continue reading

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Drawing Lines

The past year or so has taught me a lot.  Between the publication of Just Like Hell and Broken Skin, I received several offers for collaborations, appearances in anthologies, and magazine publications.  I’ve scored a contract for a novel and … Continue reading

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A few copies of Broken Skin available

Paul at Thunderstorm has announced that he has a few (very few) copies of Broken Skin left.  Anybody interested should shoot him an email at

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Terror is my co-pilot, or learning to ride

Last summer, while riding around Texas in my broken down car that lacks air conditioning, I started to think that I needed a new vehicle.  When I looked at rising gas prices, I decided I need something with good mileage.  … Continue reading

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Broken Skin at Overlook Connection

Overlook Connection now has several copies of Broken Skin available for sale.  If you missed the pre-order period for my debut collection, this is a great place to pick up a copy.

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Bits and Pieces

Almost all copies of Broken Skin have been shipped.  Watch your mailboxes. I’m adding links to available copies to the bookstore as various book sellers place Broken Skin up for order/pre-order. I’ve been speaking back and forth with Thunderstorm Books … Continue reading

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Broken Skin and Short Stories

Broken Skin is officially shipping this week.  Everybody who ordered copies should have them soon, unless you ordered from Horror Mall, in which case you’ll get your copy once they’ve received their allotment.  I’ve already updated the bibliography portion of … Continue reading

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