Happy Halloween! What a perfect day to announce the availability of my new anthology, Unnatural Disasters.
Floods. Earthquakes. Tornados. Asteroids. Nature can be vicious. But when you combine natural disasters with the very unnatural imaginations of the authors in this collection, you get terrors worse than anything Mother Nature has ever thrown at us, forays into nightmarish worlds that make a hurricane look like a light summer breeze.
Join Scott Nicholson, William Meikle, Daniel Pyle, Robert J. Duperre, Danielle Bourdon, Keith Gouveia, Ruth Francisco, J.A. Titus, and Robin Morris for nine horrific tales that will leave you cringing, gasping, and so scared of the outdoors you’ll never want to leave your house again.
Dark Tomorrows, Second Edition contains my short story, “New and Improved,” and the ebook version is available now for only 99¢. The other authors in this anthology are some of my favorite new writers; I really think this is one you’ll want to grab. Pick it up now from Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
Now that The Gate is out in paperback, “Blight” has an accompanying illustration. Jesse David Young, a fantastic artist, drew all the pictures for the collection. Here’s the one he did for “Blight,” shown here with his permission:
Copyright © 2011 by Jesse David Young
The paperback version of The Gate, which includes my short story, “Blight,” is now available.
Just got the final cover for the short story anthology I’m editing, Unnatural Disasters. Take a look. I think it turned out great:
The paperback version of Freeze is now available.
Dismember got a great review today over at BigAl’s Books and Pals. Click here to read what BigAl had to say.
It’s here! My new novella, Freeze, 37,000 words (that’s about 150 pages to you tree killers) of suspense and monstery goodness. Head over to the Freeze page to read the synopsis!
Poe Little Thing Presents In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream, which includes my short story, “A Scrape,” is now available.
Just ran across another great review of Down the Drain. Check it out at Rediscovering Horror Fiction.