Here are my reviews for the first week of the zombie movie marathon Gaynor Stenson and I are doing over at the Vamplit Blog. You can read both my and her reviews over there too. This will be quick. First of all, I’m glad I spared my son on this one and watched it alone. Yes, Zombie Nation rates with some of the worst horror movies I’ve seen. Yes, the acting sucked. The set looked … Read more
Every Wednesday I lead #humpday #horrorchat on Twitter for Vamplit Publishing. It’s a way for us all to share our favorite things about horror while tweeting on Twitter. THIS WEEK’S TOPIC Mad Scientists We’re discussing the crazy geniuses in both movies and literature (Mad scientists are also our theme for #fridayflash) Our horror chat is open to everyone whether you are a writer, publisher, film maker, artist, gamer, magazine or just someone who loves horror. … Read more
After 4 days off of doing about nothing this week, I’ve been back editing the last few days. Am up to 19 hours, a few hours further than the challenge suggestion of 16.5. What did I do during my 4 days off, in between naps? Comedy therapy via Trailer Park Boys. I’m a little embarrassed to say I’ve sat through a little over 3 seasons since last Friday. But, hey, laughter is the best medicine, … Read more
I’m just sick after hearing this morning about a prize elk shot with an arrow within Estes Park, Colorado. We spend A LOT of time there and have seen him. This is especially sad after we watched an equally impressive bull elk defend his heard against two other giants a couple months ago inside Rocky Mountain National Park. People come from all over the world to see these magnificent animals. There is no punishment too … Read more
I found this on io9 in How Walking Dead made the lip-less zombie girl a reality.
R.J. found this film and it looked interesting, so I put it in the Netflix queue. Actually watched it a couple weeks ago and am now getting to finish up a quick review. First of all, her’s what it’s about per Amazon: A notorious bank robber kills his wife and flees the police, only to be captured by a mysterious group of figures in an abandoned town. His beautiful daughter, Lila Lee (played by the … Read more
The first part of Bloodleggers has been published on Blood Reads. READ IT… WIN A FREE EBOOK In honor of our first release, we’re holding a drawing to win a free eBook published by eBookUndead. Leave a comment on Blood Reads before the release of part 2 on July 28th and you’re entered to win. Hope you’ll drop by Blood Reads to read.
We’re pretty sure the Colorado vampires are coming out to read the first part of Bloodleggers tomorrow. Here’s the proof: Western Slope woman blames vampire for car crash
Last week, after R.J. posted Searching for Billy Knox, introducing one of our main characters, I promised to do the same for Regina Todd, and here it is. Regina’s interview is also included in a character interview blogfest on Echoes of a Wayward Mind. I found this fest yesterday thanks to Roland D. Yeomans. So please follow the links after you read here to support other authors interviewing their characters. Regina’s interview is written from … Read more
We’re on day 4 with no sun here in Denver and I feel like all my energy has been sucked out of me. The good thing…I’m wearing a sweater in June. Hate the heat. It’s supposed to clear up today, and I can see the mountains, so at least no walking beagles in the rain today. Anyways, I’m lacking motivation to write today, so I put in Drag me to Hell right before I sat … Read more
“I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity.” Edgar Allan Poe I hate to admit I often wonder if I’m losing my mind, which is why this quote jumped out at me. Thanks Mr. Poe! There is more comfort in insanity.
We wrote short stories at the Wicked Writer’s blog last week. My post was Served Up Short with a Side of Gore. Read the other blogger’s opinions: C. J. Ellison was out this week and Kerri Nelson was her guest blogger in Does Size Matter? Greg Marshall Smith, The Short and Long of It (Sort of) David Sartof, My First Time… (or the Virgin Short Story Writer) Supriya Savkoor, Keeping ’em Short Brande Waldron Book … Read more
A quick thanks to Randall Stone for mentioning The Courier in his blog. Read about a bunch more stories and writers in Fabulous E-Books.
WHOO HOO!! The Courier has been selected as a FINALIST in the Textnovel Online Fiction Contest. You can still support The Courier by subscribing to the story and voting a thumbs up at http://www.textnovel.com/story_detail.php?story_id=864.
Teased as a child, she sought absolution by marrying God. As a nun, she devoted her life to retribution and spared no tiny knuckle to her ruler. Now, her penance is disdained as life’s last breath leads her to judgment. For her, the rod is eternal punishment in hell.
The Courier has been selected as a semi-finalist in the Textnovel Online Fiction Contest. Support The Courier by voting a thumbs up at http://www.textnovel.com/story_detail.php?story_id=864.
Button the Maltese began the morning ritual of yapping and waking neighbors when he saw Digger the Beagle poke his nose through a small rounded hole in the fence. Digger followed suit, baying back at his neighbor, but unlike most morning, the commotion abruptly stopped a few seconds later. The dogs’ owners didn’t care why the barking stopped. They were instead content with the silence until an hour later when Chang, Button’s owner, decided to … Read more
This story was submitted to a writing contest a couple months ago and made it to the top 100 judging, but didn’t place. Everyone has something to hide, but they can’t hide it from me. I see their secrets in a cloud, literally hanging over their heads. I suppose that’s why I became a private detective. I started seeing people’s secrets after serving in the Army during the height of the 2003 invasion of Iraq. … Read more
The Courier has moved to its own website at http://thecouriernovels.wordpress.com
In one of my networking groups, we were challenged to write a fifty word story. Down the Dark Staircase below is my contribution. The second half came out a little to poetic though. She flipped the switch, but no light illuminated. A tight grip on the banister would guide her down the staircase, and unknowingly into a breakneck slash. It pulled her into the darkness and bit, not knowing its death strike missed. She trashed … Read more