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06 May 2019 Convention Update

A lot of people have asked if I'm going to Stokercon and I'm sorry to say I will miss it this year, but know everyone attending will have a blast. In addition to launching the audiobook of The Isle and promoting the anthology The Seven...

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06 May 2019 Gilda calls to mind The Tell-Tale Heart

A.E. Siraki gave us a glowing review! Book Review: The Seven Deadliest, edited by Patrick Beltran and D. Alexander Ward Here's the review on my novelette, Gilda, and a link below to the full review. "Batting for Avarice, we have “Gilda” by John C. Foster. This story reminded me of getting...

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25 Apr 2019 Notes from the Narrator

Linda Jones narrated the audiobook of The Isle and shared her process with the good folks at Ink Heist. After her article is a great sample from the audiobook. You can read the article and hear the sample here...

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11 Apr 2019 Breakin’ the Law

Author of the brand new crime thriller LAWBREAKER, Ryan Wick shared his review of The Isle:   An absolute MUST READ for fans of gothic New England Horror John C. Foster has written an incredible mystery / gothic horror novel, that is an extraordinary mix of atmospheric suspense,...

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27 Mar 2019 Which sin is mine?

I'm absolutely thrilled to announce that THE SEVEN DEADLIEST will be released by Cutting Block Press on May 7. A collection of seven novelettes addressing the big baddies, the book includes stories by Brian Kirk, Bracken MacLeod, Richard Thomas, Rena Mason, Kasey Lansdale, John FD...

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13 Mar 2019 Karloff and Cushing!

A wonderful review of The Isle on Amazon: "This book wasn't what I expected at all. It was far better. The depictions of the Island and the townsfolk were so entrancing and real that I have expected the likes of Boris Karloff and Peter Cushing to...

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