Dark Things II (Anthology) – Now Available!

Dark Things II, the anthology I’m sole Editor on, is now available for purchase.

Product Description:

Embrace your dark side with this eclectic collection of horror stories. Murderers, haunted houses and a dabbling of the occult; devilish creatures, scuttling spiders and evil incarnate. Giddy doses of dark terror are spilled onto each page. Drenched in the dark and dreary, this volume contains the following short stories: You’re Gonna Die by Derek Muk, Death Twitches by Indy McDaniel, The Weeper by Tim Lewis, The Devil’s Footprints by Jack Horne, Polarity by David W. Landrum, R.F. by Mel Clayton, The Old Man of Weevil Creek by Adrian Ludens, Doll’s House by Lisa J. Marcado, A Strange Turn of Events by John Grover, The Chevalier Sisters: A Tale of Voodoo by C.J. Sully, “ROT-ROT-ROT” by A.J. French, Now Playing by George Wilhite, Bug Boy by Matt Kurtz, Dummies by Sean Graham, The Interview Nobody Wants by Scott M. Sandridge, Delicious Morsels by Piper Morgan, The Welcoming by Shane McKenzie, Doubt by Matthue Roth, J.P. Gilman by Adam P. Lewis, Cutting Class by Thomas A. Erb, Yesterday’s Sins by Joseph Mulak & Pale in the Night by Kurt M. Criscione.

You can pick up a copy from the Publisher or Amazon.


Daily Flash 2011 (Anthology) – Now Available!

Daily Flash 2011: 365 Days of Flash Fiction (Anthology), which contains my short-short story, ‘Future Fall-of-Famer’, is now available for purchase.

You can pick up a copy from the Publisher or Amazon.

A Novella for Severed Press

I’ve agreed to terms to write a new Post-Apocalyptic novella for Severed Press.  I’ll be starting this one right after I’m finished with the current novella I’m writing (and for those of you that follow me on Facebook, yes, these are two seperate stories…and, yes, I’ll be able to announce soon who will be publishing the zombie novella).

Taxi Ride (tentative title) is slated for release in early 3rd Q 2011.

Akron Magazine Article

Yours truly is featured in a full-page article entitled, ‘Master of the Macabre’, by David Ritchey in the October issue of Akron Life & Leisure Magazine.  If you live in Northest Ohio; you should now be able to pick up the issue at your local newsstand.