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THE TERROR PROJECT: SALE and a RELEASE PARTY VIDEO TREAT!

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Want some great summer chillers to enjoy at the beach? Now’s your chance to get nine great novellas and pay less…and scroll down to get a peek at the private Three on a Match Release Party!

Books & Boos Press is offering the first two books in The Terror Project series—Triplicity, which contains stories by Stacey Longo, Rob Smales and Tony Tremblay—and Three on a Match, which contains my J-horror inspired piece “Splendid Chyna” and tales by G. Elmer Munson and Melissa Crandall—for a special sale price TODAY (June 4) through June 10 (next Sunday).

Triplicity and Three on a Match will be $9.99 (30% off) for the paperback and $1.99 for the ebook (50% off).

In addition, the third volume, Three A.M. Wake-Up Call, hits Amazon on Tuesday, June 5 (tomorrow) and is available for pre-order today. This third installment showcases novellas by Nick Cato, David Daniel, and Rob Watts.

Here’s where you can get your copies (click on the titles):

Triplicity

“Brando and Bad Choices” by Stacey Longo

“Steel” by Tony Tremblay

“The Christmas Spirit” by Rob Smales

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Three on a Match

“Splendid Chyna” by Kristi Petersen Schoonover

“All’s Well That Ends” by G. Elmer Munson

“Thicker Than Water” by Melissa Crandall

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Three A.M. Wake-Up Call

“Chew Toys” by Nick Cato

“Clinton Road” by Rob Watts

“Roons” by David Daniel

Want them on audio? Guess what? Audio books are on their way! I’ll post on this blog when those are available.

Below, get a peek at the private Three on a Match Release Party, which was held at my house in September. Don’t miss out, and happy reading!

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THIS WRITING LIFE EPISODE 9: TAPING THE TACO SOCIETY

In the latest episode of This Writing Life, Stacey Longo and I hit the road for New Hampshire, where we will be featured on an episode of the YouTube series The Taco Society. Some things we do as writers are more play than work (fighting with cocktail swords comes to mind) … and damn, green screens are cool!

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Toasting to a job well done following the taping of The Taco Society Episode 12!

The Taco Society is a crew of writers (Tony Tremblay, Philip Perron, Sydney Leigh and Gardner Goldsmith) who interview other writers of dark fiction. Some episodes also feature readings of the writers’ work. You can check them out on their channel here.

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Getting gussied up…writer Sydney Leigh brought us the coolest nail art to put on before the interview! Writer Stacey Longo checks it out.

HELL NOTES has high praise for highway horrors!

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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

 

“Mujina” slated for DARK PASSAGES II: THE BLACK HIGHWAY

 

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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 PrestonJon Michael KelleyB.e. ScullyKyle RaderPatrick LaceyGregory NorrisTony TremblayPhilip C. Perron, and Cody J. Spagrud!

Here’s the full Read the rest of this entry

Take time out for the Taco Society Presents!

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A close-up of one component of the “set,” which is computer-generated imagery (yes! CGI!)

Recently, friend and fellow writer Stacey Longo and I had the privilege of traveling to Goffstown, New Hampshire, to appear on The Taco Society Presents!–a local access television program showcasing genre writers and their work.

The Taco Society’s name is inspired by Read the rest of this entry

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