Lemme Get a Dog – new horror comic at Adrenaline Shots Comic

Be sure to check out my latest contribution to the wonderfully sinister Adrenaline Shots Comic, hosted by the weird and wild Mistress Morphine, which is out now! My story, “Lemme Get a Dog,” offers a short creeper of a tale featuring food trucks and time travel. Read it free here!

Creepy new comic!

I’m excited to announce I’ve scripted a flash horror comic for the folks at Adrenaline Shots Comics. Hosted by the ghoulishly fun Mistress Morphine, my story is Ray Jay, a sordid tale of a pickpocket who sees more than he bargained for. Read the short comic, illustrated by Smart Cookie Design, below! And be sureContinue reading “Creepy new comic!”

Christmas horror in December

Blood Rites Horror, in honor of their first anthology, is putting out a special edition of “Bitter Chills” this holiday season. Not only will it feature my original horror story, “The Violent Snow,” but an all-new sequel written just for this new holiday edition titled, “The Cruel Heat.” Each story in this special holiday editionContinue reading “Christmas horror in December”

OUT NOW: 100 Word Horror – Rock Band

New from Ghost Orchid Press, with my drabble (100 word) piece, “Dick Done Hung Himself, is their anthology “100 Word Horror: Rock Band.” Read the blurb below and order a copy here! Grunge, pop, danceā€¦ Whatever your genre, music can be a huge source of inspiration for writing. For this anthology of Hundred Word HorrorContinue reading “OUT NOW: 100 Word Horror – Rock Band”

Out Now: Wild Violence

Blood Rites Horror released their latest anthology, “Wild Violence,” April 13th. The horror anthology features my prickly cactus story “Grand Daddy Saguaro” and a wealth of other great authors. All proceeds from the book go toward Wildlife Protection and Conservation. Grand Daddy Saguaro follows Van, a border coyote, after delivering his passengers across the MexicanContinue reading “Out Now: Wild Violence”

Collective Darkness: a Horror Anthology book review

For a horror anthology, starting with a sense of affection may seem a bit off genre, but when you crack open the book and read the forward, the introduction, and the summation, the passion for the project shines. We’ve all read the following words before, but this book is indeed a labor of love. WithContinue reading “Collective Darkness: a Horror Anthology book review”

Review: Abandon All Hope grabs you by the throat

Abandon All Hope: Gate 1: Book 1, by Lizzi Cruz and Royce Steele, is a grabber with blue collar hands. The book features an assortment of nine fast-paced rural horrors, similar in spirit to the early tales of Stephen King, but with a dash of Joe R. Lansdale thrown in for good measure, not toContinue reading “Review: Abandon All Hope grabs you by the throat”