What’s that, another podcast wants me to guest? Wow! Word must be getting around about what a super-fantastic podcast guest I am. Well, okay, maybe not, but I guess they don’t think I’m all that bad.
Mark your calendars because on July 5th I’ll be chatting with the talented and prolific Tim Niederriter on the Alive After Reading Podcast.
I hope you’ll tune in when the episode drops.
I couldn’t be more pleased with the recent review by David Watson over on HorrorAddicts.net! There is nothing better than knowing someone enjoyed reading something I wrote. It’s the entire reason I do this. That and all glare of the paparazzi camera and stacks of dolla-dolla bills. (At least one of those statements is true). Continue reading
It’s always nerve wracking to send a book out for review. As a reviewer myself, I’m keenly aware of the critical eyes that search out flaws in writing like a pig sniffs truffles. This is the way it should be. My writing has already been though the sniff test on my end… but sending it out to be tested by someone another’s truffle sniffer inevitably has me biting my nails.
Have I ever explained, Dear Reader, why I decided to team up with A.J. Brown for our project The End Is All We See / All We See Is The End? It’s not just because he’s a great person. It’s not just because he’s supportive of other writers, and does his best to help others when he can. It’s not even because he and I hold a similar frame of mind when it comes to, I think, most things. Well… it might be a bit of all of these, but the real reason is because he’s a fantastic writer.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The End Is All We See, a novelette I put together with the prolific A.J. Brown, is finally here! Both the paperback and eBook are available on Amazon, but you can get the ebook for free when you sign up for my newsletter–no strings attached.
I wrote and published this review for Dread Central.
See the original post here.
Written by Clark Ashton Smith
Edited by Scott Connors and Ron Hilger
Published by Night Shade Books
The End of the Story is, ironically, the beginning for author Clark Ashton Smith. If you’re not familiar with CAS, he was one of H.P. Lovecraft’s contemporaries. He was also one of Weird Fiction magazine’s largest contributors, focusing mainly on horrific fantasy tales and dark sci-fi.