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21 Feb 2022 Ye Gods

The second draft of Spite House is off to an array of beta readers and I'm excited for the April release of LEECH at the Ghoulish Book Festival in San Antonio. Which leaves me sitting. Facing the realization that I have to settle on a new book...

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21 Feb 2022 Reading for Fantastic Fiction at KGB Bar

I've missed in-person reading events like the great Fantastic Fiction series at KGB in the East Village, so finding out not only that they're resuming live readings in March but that I'll be reading alongside Leanna Renee Hieber is as exciting as hell. March 16 Get there...

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07 Nov 2021 Don’t Say His Name

Writing the short story and then adapting that into the novel that became MISTER WHITE remains one of the most enjoyable writing experiences in my career. It's an understatement to say I'm excited it's still finding new readers and more so that a writer of...

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04 Nov 2021 2022 Conventions

In a fit of optimism I've been organizing my convention schedule for 2022 and have arranged the details for: Ghoulish Book Festival in San Antonio, April 30-May 1 *I'll have some news about this soon Scares that Care in Williamsburg, VA, July 30-August 1 Bouchercon in Minneapolis, September...

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19 Sep 2021 Many Things: A Round Up

We kicked off our official Halloween viewing last night with 1979's AMITYVILLE HORROR, a perennial favorite. Tonight we'll catch the new Candyman then it's back to the hard work of holiday viewing. Recently completed one of the best short stories I've written in awhile, I think....

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31 Aug 2021 Humbled

I'm absolutely humbled by this Goodreads review by one of the excellent hosts (James) of Boneheads Weekly podcast: "Rooster did something I rarely feel books do. While one is watching the character of Rooster crash through the seedy underworld with brutal efficiency fed by his lived...

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