Check out the first Tuesletter ... updates from the Tuesday Mayhem Society! TMS Consists of myself, April Hawks, Peter N. Dudar, and Emma Gibbon. Tuesday Mayhem Society - Winter 2018 Tuesletter - http://mailchi.mp/ad998ff7cbe6/tuesday-mayhem-society-winter-2018-tuesletter-481909 If you would like to join our list, click here. We'll be sending fiction, blogs, and poetry, as well as news, recipes, … Continue reading Tuesletter Has Officially Launched!
Thrilled to be part of Flametree's next anthology, Endless Apocalypse. Here's the information that was posted on their site: http://blog.flametreepublishing.com/fantasy-gothic/successful-submissions-endless-apocalypse-alien-invasion Due for release next March, Endless Apocalypse and Alien Invasion are the newest additions to our series of short story anthologies, and we’re excited to already share the list of authors chosen for inclusion in … Continue reading Endless Apocalypse
One thing that has really got me excited this week is the fact that Abode was reviewed--and recommended--in the Library Journal. I'm so honored to be included in this! Below are screenshots of the actual magazine. Stoker Award winner Tom Deady, author of Haven, also got recommended. These were part of a Halloween series about … Continue reading Abode
A TERRIFYING HAUNTING This is the place where the harrowed ghosts of a dozen generations whisper in the shadows of their ancestral home, where one family’s dreams of a new beginning turned into a nightmare that ended in tragedy. A CURSED BLOODLINE This is the place where a line of witches bound themselves—in blood—to a … Continue reading ABODE
COVER REVEAL - ABODE by Morgan Sylvia, created by the multi-talented Renaissance Man, Kealan Patrick Burke "This multi-layered, darkly poetic tale of a what initially appears to be a haunting in Maine is Morgan's first novel. It will be released by Bloodshot Books in July, just in time for its debut at Necon."
Last night's panel event was both fun and interesting. I joined John McIlveen, Bracken Macleod, Tom Deady, Pete Kahle, Andrew Boylan, and my Tuesday Mayhem Society cohort April Hawks at Pandemonium Books for a lively discussion of the horror genre, writing stuff, and other topics. I didn't get pictures myself, but someone else snapped this … Continue reading Pandemonium Event
New England has a rich, dark history with the supernatural. From this region many writers of dark fiction have fueled their stories. One chapter in history has been the stuff of legends and nightmares: the Witch. Look to ancient mythology or your next door neighbor and you will find them, practicing arts both Dark … Continue reading Wicked Witches – Available now!
Sorta. I pretty much abandoned my livejournal blog in 2012. No particular reason; I just didn't feel like blogging. Recently a spam comment led me back to an old lj post where I was ruminating about blogging and why I started one in the first place. Reading it made me realize why I lost interest. I approached that … Continue reading New Year, New Blog