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Dark Oak Releases Luna’s Children Double Anthology

Dark Oak Press has recently published two werewolf anthologies! Full of hair-raising horror, the two-book set was edited by D. Alan Lewis. Check it out online today! The ebooks are an amazing $2.99 for kindle! Luna’s Children: Stranger Worlds features my … Continue reading

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Rat-a-Tat: Short Bursts of Pulp Available Now

“Like Bullets from a Tommy Gun, Pro Se Productions delivers Pulp like no one else in Rat-A-Tat: Short Blasts of Pulp! Today’s best Genre Fiction authors pull their fedoras down tight, charge their laser blasters, and barrel full speed ahead … Continue reading

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Alabama Phoenix Festival After Action Report

Birmingham: a little southern city with little southern charms. We arrived just after 6:00 Friday night with little time to spare. I had traveled with good ol’ Alan Lewis,  a valued writing partner and fellow Conventioneer. We were just in … Continue reading

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New York City and A Good Marriage

As many of my readers and friends know, I had the opportunity to go to New York and sit in on a cast and crew screening of A Good Marriage. The film was great! Produced by Reno Productions and directed … Continue reading

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A Good Marriage & Alabama Phoenix Festival

I am thrilled to be heading off to NYC tomorrow, where my wife and I will attend a cast & crew screening of the new film A Good Marriage, based on the Stephen King story of the same name. We … Continue reading

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Ravencroft Springs Released!

David Dunbarton needed a change. Following the unexpected success of his first novel and subsequent destruction of his marriage, David wanted somewhere nice and quiet to settle down. He wanted to surround himself with art, not people, and just maybe … Continue reading

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Connooga 2014

Chattanooga, here we come. Again! I had a blast doing Chattacon just a few scant weeks ago, and now it’s time to head for the hills once more.  I will be at Connooga this weekend with some of my best … Continue reading

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Capes & Clockwork

So, January of 2014 has seen the release of my first professionally published short fiction, a story called “Clockwork Demons” in the anthology Capes & Clockwork. Edited by my good friend and writing partner D. Alan Lewis and published by … Continue reading

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Taming the Fickle Writer’s Muse

There’s this thing: writer’s block. Some very smart writers suggest that it’s a curse. Other, likewise intelligent folks, insist it doesn’t even exist. In spite of that honorable group, most writers encounter the phenomenon. It can show up out of … Continue reading

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Ravencroft Springs coming soon from Pro Se Press

This news has been spilled on the ol’ social networks, and made its rounds in meatspace, but I have been remiss (busy?) in not posting it here. Thanks to some cool cats and great events, the stars have finally aligned … Continue reading

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