Hell Notes–a site dedicated to horror in fiction, art, and the movies–gave Dark Passages II: Tales from the Black Highway, which contains my story “Mujina,” a great review! You can read the full review here: http://hellnotes.com/30016-2/
If you haven’t yet gotten your copy of this collection, don’t miss out…you might think twice about all those night drives (it’s also the only place you can read my latest ghost story at the moment, so…) You can get Dark Passages II: Tales from the Black Highway here: https://amzn.com/1539813878
So I can finally announce this…my story “Mujina” will appear in Dark Passages 2: The Black Highway from Skinwalker Press.
Set in Maui, “Mujina” centers on a woman struggling with her loss of identity after a car crash leaves her lame and with permanent damage to her eyesight and memory…until she buys a painting of the Hana Highway.
I’ll be sharing the table of contents with some excellent people: Mj Preston, Jon Michael Kelley, B.e. Scully, Kyle Rader, Patrick Lacey, Gregory Norris, Tony Tremblay, Philip C. Perron, and Cody J. Spagrud!
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Yeah, I know, running behind again…two weeks in Texas, three to catch my breath, then off to Disney just about killed me and I’m still catching up. But at least summer’s here!
This Writing Life Episode 5: Ups and Downs was supposed to be released in May, but it just didn’t happen. That said, here it is now…if you’re not happy with your writing life right now, maybe this’ll give you some hope. Enjoy!
MJ Preston, author of The Equinox and Acadia Event, has started a new podcast called The Quiet Room, which will feature informal conversations with writers about current events in the industry, trends, creativity, process, and…all sorts of stuff!
You can find Episode 1 here.
I was the guest on Episode 2, and you can tune in to listen here.
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The cover of Great Old One’s Publishing’s BUGS anthology, due out later this year. Cover design by MJ Preston.
My short story “Shitty Almonds” was accepted to Great Old Ones Publishing’s Bugs anthology due out later this year.
I don’t want to spoil what it’s about—Great Old Ones Publishing anthologies always contain a diverse number of pieces on their given topic, so when it comes out I’d encourage everyone to just pick it up—but I will tell you Read the rest of this entry