Part of (another) Club


Exactly two years ago I was welcomed as an Active Member of the Horror Writers Association.

Today I was accepted as the newest active member of the International Thriller Writers.

You can learn about the ITW here.

March Plug #11 — Joshua Lisec


The Phoenix Reich by Joshua Lisec


When underachieving college student Max Meyers learns that the death of his father, a popular United States Senator, has been prematurely ruled a suicide, he sets out on a mission to learn the truth—a mission that leads him to uncover an international conspiracy dating back to the final days of Nazi Germany.
Author Joshua Lisec’s title, “The Phoenix Reich,” seizes readers’ imaginations through a tangible combination of contemporary action coupled with mysterious archival revelations found in Nazi history. As a source of suspense and intrigue, “The Phoenix Reich” results in an electrifying adventure. Lisec’s novel transports readers to the front seat of action through well-crafted characters who simultaneously appear both familiar and enigmatic; all of which is delivered in tightly woven narrative.
Joshua Lisec is a novelist and freelance writer from Dayton, Ohio. Inspired by his love for the classic action-adventure novel, Joshua decided at age seventeen to embark on an adventure of his own—to write the first epic tale of a young hero whose story would be nothing less than terribly wonderful. Three years later, The Phoenix Reich was born. You can learn more on his website.

You can Pre-Order the Trade Paperback here.

Relics & Remains — Now Available!

Relics & Remains. Edited by Ty SchwambergerSynopsis

People have always been fascinated about the past. Some even going to great lengths to uncover what’s taken place long ago. But sometimes when people venture into locations that aren’t suitable for the living, bad things can happen.

That’s when these self-proclaimed explorers start to unearth strange looking, ancient artifacts and the cursed remains of the once-living. They think they’re going to be rich and famous. But, that might just be the furthest from the truth. To them, taking that risk is what it’s all about…until things start to go wrong.

So, for those of you into ‘finding’ strange things, here are some words of advice…

Proceed with caution when digging up someone else’s Relics & Remains.

Table of Contents

“Good For What Ails Ya” by Mike Oliveri

“Many Faces” by Wrath James White

“Centuries of Torment” by Adam P. Lewis

“The Black Diamond” by Michael Laimo

“Caroline’s Playhouse” by Dean Harrison

“The Painter” by Deborah LeBlanc

“Rachel Alhazred’s Tablet” by Steven L. Shrewsbury

“Adrift” by Dora Machado

“Monkey Paw 2.0” by Tim Deal

“Pickin’ & Grinnin’” by Thomas A. Erb

“Whispers at the End of Creation” by Maurice Broaddus

“Nailed” by John Everson

“’Chomp’ A Cautionary Tale” by Jeff Strand

Click here to check out the book trailer. Then go download this anthology to your Kindle or Nook.

The Trade Paperback will be available for purchase next week.