“DEAD LINE” NAMED SCARY STORY OF THE WEEK ON PARANORMAL, EH?
Paranormal, Eh?—a Canadian-based online paranormal discussion group which now has a brand new regular website (see link below)—has named my ghost story “Dead Line,” which was published in Death Head Grin’s May 2010 issue, as its “Scary Story of the Week” the week of my birthday, Feb. 5. What’s super cool is it’s on the list with Stephen King’s novel Bag of Bones and Clive Barker’s Books of Blood. Always a great birthday gift!
Please do check out Paranormal, Eh? if you like all things supernatural—there are discussion groups on everything from UFOs to Black-Eyed Kids and the Salem Witch Trials, interviews with paranormal celebrities, a near-constant paranormal news feed on its Facebook page, and all kinds of other great stuff, including a podcast—then you don’t want to miss this. You can check out its website here: https://sites.google.com/site/paranormaleh/about-us
If you’d like to read “Dead Line,” through the Paranormal Eh? page so you can check out the site, the link is here: https://sites.google.com/site/paranormaleh/weekly-specials/scary-story-of-the-week
Just wanna read “Dead Line?” Go here: http://www.deathheadgrin.com/id121.html
“DEAD LINE” NOW AVAILABLE IN DEATH HEAD GRIN
A couple of slightly off-kilter paranormal investigators may end up paying more than just the phone bill in my short story “Dead Line,” which is now available in Death Head Grin Issue #11, released May 1.
You can read it here.
“DEAD LINE” ACCEPTED; ‘GUEST BLOGGER’ FOR WRITER TAMARA LINSE
My short story “Dead Line”—about paranormal investigators who start a paranormal crisis hotline and get unexpected results—has just been accepted for the May issue of Death Head Grin.
In other news, writer Tamara Linse, whom I met at the Miami Writers Institute last May, has asked me to write an article for her blog. I’m thrilled, and am hard at work on something now. It’s an honor to be asked by a writer who’s so enormously talented—her work has appeared in Word Riot, Prick of the Spindle and the Georgetown Review, among others. Tamara’s latest short story, “Revelations,” makes its debut in Fried Chicken and Coffee this month, and it’s quite a ride (nice and dark and right up my alley)! You can check that out here.