Welcome to the end of another week, and another FIVE FOR FRIDAY interview! This week I welcome Marc Watson to the table to talk about remastering his CATCHING HELL duology, writing during a pandemic, and how not to be an author. Click CONTINUE READING below to check it out!
FIVE FOR FRIDAY: Five Questions for Kassandra Flamouri!
Welcome to the end of another week, and another FIVE FOR FRIDAY interview! This week I welcome Kassandra Flamouri to the table to talk about the parallels between writing music and writing fiction, celebrating Greek Independence Day, and her latest book, MAGISSA. Click CONTINUE READING below to check it out!
FIVE FOR FRIDAY: Five Questions for Craig DiLouie!
Welcome to the end of another week, and another FIVE FOR FRIDAY interview! This week I welcome Craig DiLouie to the table to discuss the meaning of Horror in the modern milieu, the importance of being bored once in a while, and his latest book, EPISODE THIRTEEN. Click the CONTINUE READING button below to check it out!
FIVE FOR FRIDAY: Five Questions for Steve Stred!
Welcome to the end of another week, and the start of something new here! FIVE FOR FRIDAY is a new weekly feature I’ll be running, with posts loosely based on the number five. One manifestation of this will be five-question interviews with fellow creatives, and to kick things off I’d like to welcome Steve Stred to the stage! Steve wears many hats – writer, reviewer, interviewer, Type O Negative – and his latest book CHURN THE SOIL is available, well, today. Hit READ MORE to check out Five for Friday: Five Questions for Steve Stred!Continue reading
LAUNCH DAY for PENITENT’S GOLD!
Good morning, friends and fiends! Today is launch day for TERRACE V: PENITENT’S GOLD, wherein you’ll find my latest short story, “The Envoy’s Blessing!”Continue reading
Coming Soon: PENITENT’S GOLD!
It is with cromulent pleasure that I stop in to share the news that my next short story, “The Envoy’s Blessing,” will be released in a few short weeks in TERRACE V: PENITENT’S GOLD by The Seventh Terrace!Continue reading
REVIEW: KILLING FLOOR, by Lee Child
It was about as distinctive as the most distinctive thing you could ever think of.
This is an actual sentence you’ll find in this book.Continue reading
REVIEW: SEDITION, by E.M. Wright
Taryn understood the plight of the biomaton. They were slaves, humans who needed clockwork parts in order to survive. Their modified bodies somehow made them less than human, and that was the part she did not understand. Why weren’t they human? What did losing a limb and having it replaced have to do with one’s humanity?
Taryn Roft lives with a secret she doesn’t even fully understand herself. After barely surviving a fire as a child, her arm was replaced with a clockwork prosthesis. She is a biomaton. She is also missing six years’ worth of memories between the fire and finding herself on the streets of London. What she can’t remember could change the world.Continue reading
The Nightshade Cabal is a Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence Finalist!
My debut novel The Nightshade Cabal has been named a finalist for the Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence ‘Best Crime First Novel’ award!Continue reading
Ask Me Anything on Friday, Jan 29th!
This Friday on Reddit my publisher, Parliament House Press, is doing an Ask Me Anything event as part of r/Fantasy’s Small Press Friday spotlight series.Continue reading