Phrenic Press has just released my standalone short – The Dead of Penderghast Manor! What would you do if you knew the Dead could talk? For Chester Penderghast, it’s not the easiest of questions to answer… Ensconced in the basement of his family’s mortuary business is the last place he wants to be, but when… Continue reading The Dead of Penderghast Manor Releases!
Today I have the pleasure of presenting an interview with author Heath Stallcup. Let’s take a moment and get acquainted with Heath… Heath Stallcup was born in Salinas, California and relocated to Tupelo, Oklahoma in his tween years. He joined the US Navy and was stationed in Charleston, SC and Bangor, WA shortly after junior… Continue reading 7 Questions with Heath Stallcup
Today I have the pleasure of presenting a guest post by Cassiel Knight. I’m an author myself and I’m always wondering about the experience of others in the field. So with that in mind, I asked Cassiel a question: What is your biggest challenge with writing/publishing and the greatest reward thus far? This is what… Continue reading A Monday for Anything: Guest Post by Cassiel Knight
In Memoriam by Brent Abell Andi Winters never had an easy life; each moment of her existence has been an exercise in heartache and pain. When a night of passion results in pregnancy, Andi must make the hardest decision she’s ever had to make. What she doesn’t realize is the consequences of her decision could… Continue reading Sunday Spotlight: In Memoriam by Brent Abell
Today the FlipSide welcomes author Michael Kanuckel for an interview. For those of you unacquainted with Michael, here’s a little info about him… Michael Kanuckel is an author of fantasy, with an edge of horror. He lives in rural Ohio with his two sons and a vast library of books and cheesy old movies. Welcome… Continue reading 7 Questions with Michael Kanuckel
Originally posted on The Sirens Song:
With the number of emails we’ve received from authors who have just seen the open call for the 14th issue of The Sirens Call, we’ve decided to extend the deadline to March 31, 2014! So… Here it is again! Old School Horror For this issue, we want horror. We…
Conspirators of the Lost Sock Army and the Loose Change Collection Agency Dan O’Brien (Illustrated by Steve Ferchaud) You’re never too old to have one more adventure. Brought to life by Steve Ferchaud’s vibrant drawings, this story for all ages by Dan O’Brien lets us know that it is never too late to have one… Continue reading Sunday Spotlight: Conspirators of the Lost Sock Army and the Loose Change Collection Agency by Dan O’Brien