Just a friendly reminder that my collection of short stories, Dark Journeys, is available as an ebook through both Amazon and Barnes & Noble for only $.99 US! The paperback version will be available in a couple of weeks, and I'll also be recording an audiobook version for those of you who prefer to have… Continue reading Dark Journeys Update
Now that I've finally gotten my short story collection published I've decided to switch gears and return to an old friend. Almost two years ago I completed the first draft of my novel, Repercussions. It was...okay. I mean, for a first draft of a first novel, it wasn't terrible. And full disclosure here - I've… Continue reading Unfinished Business
My short story collection, Dark Journeys, is now available at the Barnes & Noble website. I'm hoping to have it uploaded to the Apple bookstore later this coming week (more hoops to jump through). I'll also have a paperback version available in the next few weeks (just in time for the gift-buying season...hint, hint!). And… Continue reading Dark Journeys is now on Barnes & Noble!
So I’ve published my first book, a collection of short stories that I’ve written over the past fifteen years. A few of them were previously published in magazines and anthologies, but the majority of them were never submitted or published. I’ve found the "submit and wait" game was becoming tiresome. I’d send out a story… Continue reading An Interesting Self-Publishing Experience
I've finally published my short story collection, Dark Journeys. It's an eclectic selection of horror, sci-fi, and weird/surreal speculative fiction. It isn't mainstream fiction by any stretch of the imagination, so it won't be for everyone. But if you're interested in fiction that's outside the norm, then please pick up a copy. It's only $.99!… Continue reading Dark Journeys is Now Available!
Back in September I began looking for something interesting to read to get me in the mood for Halloween. I wanted something a little different from the popular vampire and zombie stories, something a bit more eldritch. I ended up stumbling across a post on a literature message board that recommended Thomas Ligotti. I’d never… Continue reading Review of Songs of a Dead Dreamer & Grimscribe
I love libraries. Growing up, I spent hours in my local libraries, roaming the aisles between the shelves, inhaling that comfortable old-book smell, pulling titles that caught my eye. I researched school papers (this was before the internet, of course) and topics for stories I wanted to write. I learned how to read the Dewey… Continue reading E-Book Drama
My beta-reader got her comments/suggestions/edits back to me, so I've started working through them to get the manuscript updated. I'm still shooting for the end of August as my publishing date. It's weird to be so damn close to the (self-imposed) deadline. I'm nervous, anxious, excited...I feel both wired and tired when I think about… Continue reading Dark Journeys Update
I have an ongoing debate with my partner about books. Specifically, about which is better...a physical book or an e-reader. I guess this is an argument that only book nerds can have. And yes, that describes us perfectly. I bought her one when they first hit the market many years ago. At the moment, I… Continue reading Paper or E-Reader?
I've gotten the third episode of my podcast loaded up, so please give it a listen and let me know what you think. Also, my new microphone has arrived. This will help the sound quality. You can find The Prometheus Project Podcast on Spotify, GooglePlay, and iTunes. Oh, and on PodBean. The short story collection… Continue reading A Quickie