Horror

Is it any wonder I love the Halloween season?

FREE STORY: A Sci-Ant-ific Problem

June 25, 2011 No Comments »

Cube-Square Law be damned — I was staring down the mandibles of a fifteen-foot long ant and in no mood to argue about science. I drew my automatic and fired... Read More »

My Capricon 2011 Schedule

February 7, 2011 No Comments »

As those of you who follow my free newsletter know, I’m appearing at Capricon 2010, in suburban Chicagoland this weekend.  (February 11-13, 2010) Here’s a rundown of the events/panels I’m... Read More »

New Editions of Old Favorites

New Editions of Old Favorites

January 25, 2011 No Comments »

In the midst of everything else I’ve been doing (working on Frost Harrow, finalizing Snowraven, publishing Paul McComas’ book, Unforgettable), I’ve also found time to do 3 new editions of... Read More »

As the Muse Commands…

As the Muse Commands…

November 18, 2010 No Comments »

Sometimes, while I’m working on one project, one of my Muses (I have at least two) demands that I suddenly find time for something else.  The cover above is one... Read More »

Is Gothic Horror in Your Future?

Is Gothic Horror in Your Future?

November 3, 2010 1 Comment »

I’ll put up a full-length post about this project soon, but for now I thought that you might want to see the cover I’m working on for my new Frost... Read More »

Just in time for Halloween!

October 29, 2010 No Comments »

Just in time for Halloween, Tricks & Treats a collection of horror stories (from my Martian Knights book) and a new e-book edition of Uncanny Encounters: Roswell.  They’ve available on... Read More »

Manwolf Shreds Wolfman

February 26, 2010 2 Comments »

What the hell happened with The Wolfman?  The new film had everything it should have needed to succeed: some big stars (Benicio DelTorro, Anthony Hopkins, Hugo Weaving, Emily Blunt), a... Read More »

The Trouble with Twilight – A Review

July 19, 2009 No Comments »

(There are SPOILERS below.  And hard-hitting opinions.  You’ve been warned.) Twilight is not a very good book.  It has numerous problems that I’ll go into below, but there is one... Read More »